Entries Tagged ‘Randall Terry’

Pro-life blog buzz 4-3-15

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli Right to Life of Michigan says Michigan abortionist Alberto Hodari, who is now retired and no longer licensed, “unlawfully left thousands of patient files unattended at [his] former abortion clinic in Flint. Pro-Life NZ believes New Zealand’s population decline can be attributed to […]

Randall’s Terry’s micro-targeted ad campaign to defeat Obama

The October 22 issue of The Weekly Standard magazine features a lengthy article about pro-life activist Randall Terry.

Writer Matt Labash spent a week with Terry, his family, and Terry’s band of pro-life renegades at Terry’s “bunkhouse” in West Virginia (formerly a Catholic group home for adults with Down syndrome).

The result was a well-written piece that keeps one engaged to the end. Labash captured Terry’s eccentricities without dismissing him as a nut and left open the door that Terry just may be a pro-life savant.

The impetus for Labash’s article was Terry’s latest project, which is to air his uniquely produced pro-life ads in strategic areas across the U.S., with a simple goal of suppressing Obama supporters from voting and losing Obama the election.

Before the explanation, here are the ads. The first is entitled, “Uncle Tom Jackson: Carrying water for racists,” taking on actor Samuel Jackson for his “WAKE THE F*** UP” pro-Obama ad

Pro-life candidate draws death threats over graphic ads

Pro-life activist Gary Boisclair is creating quite a stir in his primary bid against Muslim Democrat incumbent Congressman Keith Ellison in Minnesota’s 5th District, up to and including death threats.

Boisclair freely admits he is running against Ellison solely to take advantage of federal law that forces television stations to air federal candidates’ ads uncensored.

Boisclair is airing three graphic ads, one on Ellison’s support of abortion, one on the underbelly of Ellison’s religion, and one on a combination of the two issues….

Pro-life activist disrupts Sebelius’s Georgetown University speech

UPDATE 5/19, 8:10p: LifeSiteNews.com is reporting that former Georgetown University alum and writer of the book, The Exorcist, is filing a canonical suit against the school.

5/18, 12:30p: LifeNews.com is reporting that the pro-life activist who interrupted pro-abortion Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’s speech today at Georgetown University was with Randall Terry

Stanek weekend question: Is it time to change pro-life tactics?

UPDATE 5/6, 6a: Dustin has emailed me a link to a clarification he wrote of his original post, here.

5/5, 11:53: Dustin Siggins, associate producer with The Laura Ingraham Show and co-author of a forthcoming book about the national debt, authored a piece that piqued my interest in CrisisMagazine.com on May 1, “Time to change pro-life tactics?”

I usually don’t post my opinion when asking weekend questions but frankly, Siggins’ op ed ticked me off, and I can’t contain myself.

Randall Terry, Obama spoiler? Wins 18% of the Democrat vote in Oklahoma, 15 counties

Let’s just say the November presidential election is close, perhaps as close as the 2000 election. In such a case, Barack Obama would need every vote he can get. Now let’s say there is a pro-life Democrat in the race, one with name recognition. You see his name, you think pro-life. And you know there […]

First graphic abortion Super Bowl ads air

Ads showing the graphic reality of abortion have begun airing during Super Bowl pre-game shows in various parts of the country. Three pro-life activists registered as federal candidates have placed ads in 11 metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. to air during the Super Bowl and/or during pre- and post-game shows as well as during NBC […]

DNC claims Randall Terry is illegitimate; Gloria Allred demands equal time

Just as the cacophony of hate toward Tim Tebow’s ad garnered the pro-life issue millions of dollars in free publicity leading up to the 2010 Super Bowl, so we are seeing with Randall Terry’s ad leading up to the 2012 Super Bowl. Yesterday came the news that the Obama machine was trying to block television […]


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