Entries Tagged ‘Rachel Maddow’

Pro-life activists wreak havoc on New Orleans’ pro-abortion peace

Pro-life activists descend on New Orleans to remind abortion crowd, no justice, no peaceThis week 300 members of the groups Operation Save America and Abolish Human Abortion†have descended on New Orleans for OSA’s annual gathering and to remind the pro-abortion world, “No justice, no peace.”

Holding prayer meetings by night and prayer vigils by day, the pro-life/abolitionist activists have been busy – protesting two†abortion clinics, a†Planned Parenthood†construction†site, the homes of two†abortionists (Mary Gardner and Roshanda Dean), the day care business of an abortion clinic manager (yes, you read that right), a pro-abortion church, and more. I can’t keep up. They also held a wake for an aborted baby.

Pro-life blog buzz 3-14-14

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Right to Life Michigan†is proud to bring transparency and peace of mind† despite the histrionics from†Rachel Maddow††who claimed that beginning today the women of Michigan will have to purchase rape insurance to provide for their abortions:

    So what will happen when the†Abortion Insurance Opt-Out†law takes effect on March 14? The sun will rise and Michigan will join 23 other states that have opted out of abortion being a standard part in health care policies offered through the national health care exchanges. Michigan will also join nine other states that have opted out of abortion as a standard part of private health care plans.

Surprise! Court reinstates most of Texas’ new abortion restrictions

shutterstock_138150899-375x250In a move that took both sides of the abortion divide by surprise, the 5th District Court of Appeals†yesterday reversed†most of a lower court’s decision to block an impactful portion of Texas’ new anti-abortion law. From USA Today:

Pro-life news brief 7-11-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • At National Review, Michael J. New discusses an increase in pro-life sentiment:

    Three separate surveys by Rasmussen, Gallup, and NBC/Wall Street Journal show that support for the pro-life position has increased anywhere from four to eight percentage points since January.

  • PoiltiFact Ohio gives Rachel Maddow a “pants on fire” rating for her recent comments about a pro-life ultrasound law in Ohio:

    In interpreting some of the budget’s more-ambiguous abortion language, Maddow contended that the new regulations included a “mandatory vaginal probe at the insistence of the state.”…

    In other words, not only are external methods such as transabdominal ultrasounds allowed under the new law; they are required. That sinks Maddow’s claim of a “mandatory vaginal probe.”

    We reached out to MSNBC and asked representatives if Maddow had anything more to say, but we did not hear back from them.

Pro-aborts fume about ultrasound legislation that mirrors Planned Parenthood’s protocol

up_7fr0lnUPDATE 3:50p: From Huffington Post, today:

Indiana state senators have dropped a requirement that would force women to undergo an ultrasound procedure both before and after having a medication-induced abortion, after the legislation attracted national criticism.

Could it be legislators added that second ultrasound to have something to compromise on and still get what they really wanted? Or maybe it was accidental. Still, an ultrasound bill moves forward.

10:09a: I read a piece last week by RH Reality Check’s Robin Marty complaining about pending ultrasound legislation in Indiana, which…

Stanek wkend question: How will the landscape change when we see our 1st abortion-free state?

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The last standing abortion clinic in Mississippi, Jackson Women’s Health Organization, pictured above, may be forced to close next month, thanks to a commonsense new law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at local hospitals.

Pro-life blog buzz 8-14-12

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN and Kelli

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  • Big Blue Wave reprints an essay on abortion entitled, “The Cause of Life Canít be Severed from the Cause of Freedom,” written by WI Rep. Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s pick for Republican VP candidate.

    Pro-lifers, we need to get busy supporting this ticket.

  • Kelly Clinger discusses a recent viral photo (pictured left) of a woman waiting to abort her 20-week twin girls (because she wanted boys) at the Orlando Women’s Center. The photo has received mixed reactions – mostly disbelief and horror that procedures like it are legal and occurring every day here in America. Perhaps this horror is a starting point to help people understand that early abortion is no different – it’s just a matter of size.
  • Father Frank Pavone discusses the reasons why he believes the Catholic Church’s invitation to President Obama to attend the Al Smith Dinner in October is “not appropriate at this time.”

Pro-life sting exposes Voice of Choice as all talk

On June 5 Voice of Choice’s Todd Stave received an email complaining that pro-life activist Tony Massey was harassing caterers delivering orders from Udi’s Foods in Denver to the Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains mega-abortion clinic.

The reason I know the date Stave received that email is because in actuality it came from Tony, who decided to conduct a little reconnaissance mission to test Voice of Choice’s potency.


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