Entries Tagged ‘ron Paul’

TONIGHT! Televised Presidential Prolife Forum

UPDATE, 7:52p: Personhood USA Life-stream choppy. CNN has great live-streaming here. UPDATE, 7:15p: @thomas_hall tweets that over 40 media outlets are present… UPDATE, 7:03p: The live-stream can be enlarged to full screen, if you didn’t notice. Sound isn’t great. I can hear better with earbuds. Tweet at hashtag #ProLifeForum.

Ron Paul supporter: Informed consent is “belittling”

When I asked her personal view on the sonogram law, she said: “It’s kind of invasive. It’s belittling to sit in a doctor’s office” waiting to hear “what’s going on in my body.” ~ Lori Stahl and Mary C. Curtis, noting the remarks of mother, college student, and Ron Paul supporter Kayla Crisp regarding Texas’ […]

New Stanek poll: Which GOP presidential candidate will be the next to drop?

UPDATE, 11:55a: Well, that was quick. Despite her pre-Caucus protests, Michele Bachmann has suspended her campaign in the wake of her poor showing in Iowa yesterday. I’m posting a new poll with her name omitted. Congrats to the 20 of you who got it right on this short-lived poll! 9:34a: The Iowa Caucus results are […]

Pro-lifer not exactly a fan of Ron Paul

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6fxDS3dBwo[/youtube] Speaking of Ron Paul being an OB-GYN, that doesn’t make him pro-life. And as my father-in-law would say, “Ron Paul delivering 4,000 babies doesn’t make him pro-life. It just makes him rich.” ~ Alfonzo Rachel skewering Ron Paul’s foreign policy and pro-life positions, PJTV’s ZoNation, December 26 [discussion begins at 4:10, Content Warning]

Breaking: Three Four Republican presidential candidates sign Personhood Pledge

UPDATE 12/15, 6p: Rick Perry became the fourth Republican candidate to sign the pledge today. 12/14, 12:04p: Personhood USA announced this morning that three Republican presidential contenders have signed its Personhood Pledge. Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum have all signed the pledge, which states: I stand with President Ronald Reagan in supporting “the […]

Gingrich: Life does not begin at conception

UPDATE 12/3, 7:49a: In light of Gingrich’s comment yesterday, Dr. David Prentice has listed all the presidential candidates’ statements on embryonic stem cell research at the Family Research Council Action blog. 12/2, 3:41p: For such a supposedly smart man, presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich sure is stupid on the subject of biology. Gingrich told ABC’s Jake […]

Stanek weekend question: Does Ron Paul’s position that abortion is a state (not federal) issue matter?

I’ve asked a question similar to this before. Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul believes the abortion issue should be settled at the state level. From his campaign site: Ron Paul believes that the ninth and tenth amendments to the U.S. Constitution do not grant the federal government any authority to legalize or ban abortion. Instead, […]

(Prolifer)ations 10-4-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Down on the Pharm points out the inconsistencies in the Obama administration’s concerns over food safety (tainted cantaloupes recently caused 13 deaths and […]


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