Entries Tagged ‘RedState’

Pro-life blog buzz 12-9-14

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

  • Suzy B agrees with pro-choice forces on a lawsuit against the alleged discrimination against pregnant employees in the workplace:

    Both pro-life and pro-choice groups have filed amicus briefs on behalf of Peggy Young. The Women’s Law Project and Legal Momentum argued that the previous ruling in favor of UPS was incorrect on the basis of “misconceiving gender stereotypes in pregnancy discrimination.” Americans United for Life has filed an amicus brief, which the Susan B. Anthony List, among other pro-life groups have signed on to, coming from a different approach, standing up for the unborn and women. The brief argues that in creating the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Congress was trying to “protect women from economic pressure to abort their children because of pregnancy discrimination.”

Pro-abortion Pelosi invokes Baby Jesus for illegal immigrants

by Carder Those who have read “The Word,” know that Jesus was not a refugee, never did anything illegal, and, more importantly, is God. Mary, an unwed teenager (whom Pelosi most likely would have encouraged to abort Baby Jesus) was returning to Bethlehem with her betrothed Joseph for a census. There was no violence; just […]

Erickson: Wendy Davis should be known as “abortion Barbie”

All the nation knows about Wendy Davis is that she is ignorant of the horrors of Kermit Gosnell, wears pink shoes, and filibustered legislation to save the innocent in Texas. She joined the long line of Democrats before her to oppose legislation to protect other people while using property rights arguments to do so. The […]

Pro-life news brief 4-4-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Yesterday at the Kermit Gosnell trial, a former employee of Gosnell named Elizabeth Hampton testified about her difficulties working at his clinic:

    Hampton testified that she would pour the jar of red liquid from the machine down a sink drain and turn on the garbage disposal. She said she did not know if the liquid contained fetal body parts.“I left because of things I saw. I went out that night and started drinking at the bar across the street,” Hampton said, her voice choking with emotion. “I fell off the wagon.”

Stanek Sunday funnies 9-25-11

Here are my top 5 political cartoon picks for the week. We begin with one of many liberal complaints about the execution of convicted cop killer Troy Davis in Georgia on September 21. Regardless of the views pro-lifers hold on the death penalty, the almost universal opposition of abortion proponents to it always appalls me. […]

GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski flip flops on federal funding for abortion, backs Planned Parenthood

DeMint tried to warn us. But Lisa lied. Now she’s fighting to make sure your taxpayer dollars are used to kill babies. And how do Washington Republicans respond to this betrayal by Murkowski, who lost the primary, vilified a patriot like Joe Miller, and lied about wanting to use taxpayer funds for abortion? They promote […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 2-4-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat RedState says the Obama administration is not releasing the CDC’s abortion data: Last year, contrary to the long-established practice, November came and went with no report posted on the CDC’s website. Over the following weeks, multiple visits to the site proved fruitless. The possibility the report was not […]

Mikulski healthcare amendment with abortion loophole passes 61-39

UDPATE, 12:23: Specifics on the Mikulski abortion loophole from a DC source: Pro-life leaders opposed the amendment because it provides authority that could be used to mandate abortion coverage in private insurance plans. It specifies that anything classified as preventive care or screenings for women by the Health Resource and Services Administration would become a […]

  

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