Entries Tagged ‘Sam Brownback’

Phill Kline, the man who knows too much, and how he can be saved from martyrdom

We hear about corrupt politics, kangaroo courts, crime cover-ups, and the silencing of Silkwood-type whistleblowers. In these days of the Internet, new media, and instant exposure, one might think such underhanded tactics would almost be too hard to pull off, particularly on a large scale. But in Kansas the last vestiges of the corrupt pro-abortion […]

Breaking: All three Kansas abortion clinics have failed health inspections, do not meet licensing requirements

I read this glorious point to ponder by pro-abort Robin Marty at RH Reality Check the other day: All of this time, we thought South Dakota would be the first state to unofficially go “abortion free”…. Turns out Kansas may beat it to the punch. It turns out Marty may be right.

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-12-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat In an incredibly superficial post on Planned Parenthood’s services, Washington Post blogger Ezra Klein notes he thinks PP’s services are needed because supporting poor people’s children is costly: It’s somewhat cold to put it in these terms, but taxpayers end up bearing a lot of the expense for […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 12-24-09

by National Review that he’s not going to get bought off: Stupak tells us that he’s disappointed that Democratic leaders have offered him legislative favors in exchange for supporting Obamacare. “This shouldn’t be a bill where you use hush money,” says Stupak… On abortion, Stupak says that the language of the health-care bill must be […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-19-09

by Yuval Levin has an interesting piece in the National Review pointing out how Obama‘s rhetoric at Notre Dame should at least slightly encourage pro-lifers. Levin points out how the popular self-interest arguments formerly used by leading pro-choicers have gone by the wayside: But his speech should leave pro-lifers optimistic, because it illustrates the transformation […]

(Prolifer)ations 5-04-08

by Kelli Spotlighting good information gleaned from other pro-life blogs…

Brownback the stubborn mule

UPDATE, 10:20a: Susan B. Anthony List just released a statement, based on Sebelius’ veto yesterday of “woman-centered legislation” further regulating late-term abortionists: “If there was any doubt about how a pro-life Senator ought to vote on the Sebelius nomination, there should be no doubt now,” said SBA President Marjorie Dannenfelser [pictured right]…. SBA spearheaded a […]

Tiller started PAC with $200k to elect Sebelius guv; Brownback: “troubling”

Recall KS Gov. and HHS Secretary nominee Kathleen Sebelius greatly misunderestimated the amount of $ late-term abortionist George Tiller contributed to her. From the Associated Press yesterday: … Brownback… said recent questions about Tiller’s past political support for her are “very troubling.” But he told the AP at an anti-tax rally in Wichita that he’s […]


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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