Entries Tagged ‘Steve Ertelt’

Stanek weekend question: Which GOP presidential candidate is strongest on the life issue?

During Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate, candidates Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann got into a couple scuffles, one involving abortion. Bachmann accused Pawlenty of using the pro-life issue to get a tax hike… Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com During the same debate candidate Rick Santorum eloquently explained why he opposes a rape/incest exception to […]

Under the bus: The Planned Parenthood concession Obama and Reid did make

UPDATE 4/12, 8:52a: It has also occurred to me that this concession by Obama and the Democrats demonstrates their bond with Planned Parenthood is not impermeable. I’m sure PP was not at all happy about this. But apparently Obama/Democrats felt forced to give Republicans a bone on PP. 4/11, 1:20p: While pro-lifers lament Planned Parenthood wasn’t defunded […]

It is what it is

Ok, Republicans and Democrats have agreed on a Continuing Resolution that will fund the government through the end of September. A government shut-down has been averted, whether one cares about that or not. The dust has not settled but here are some apparent take-aways for pro-lifers….

Today! “Ask Them What They Mean By ‘Choice’” Blog Day

FINAL UPDATE, 1/24, 5:30a: I continued to receive requests to participate in our “Ask Them What They Mean By ‘Choice’” Blog Day from pro-lifers even as the day ended. I have updated the list to showcase the 111 pro-life bloggers who used January 21 to expose “choice” as the code word for killing preborn innocence […]

Two more RU-486 deaths

Steve Ertelt at LifeNews.com today spotted an innocuous letter to the editor in the New England Journal of Medicine dated September 30 from the Centers for Disease Control dropping huge news: Two more women have died from infections after taking the RU-486 abortion cocktail. This brings the total number of known U.S. deaths to at […]

Stupak has 8 no’s; “hopeful” about executive order caves

UPDATE, 5:56p: From DC House insider: The Executive Order does not apply the principles of the Hyde amendment. Instead it reiterates the Senate language that allows subsidies for insurance policies that cover abortion by collecting a special abortion fee from every person who enrolls in a plan that covers abortion. This approach is contrary to […]

NRLC and LifeNews.com spotlight NYT abortion photo exposé

I was pleased to see both the New York Times October 10 photo essay of aborted babies. I wondered if they would acknowledge the piece since both, the last I knew, opposed the use of graphic photos of aborted babies in pro-life advocacy [clarification: in public protests]. Hopefully as time goes on, maybe even thanks […]

  

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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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