Entries Tagged ‘Stupak’

(Prolifer)ations 10-25-11

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. US News and Hot Air report on ousted Ohio Democratic Rep. Steve Driehaus, who is now suing the Susan B. Anthony List because […]

Emanuel says Stupak bloc had them beat and EO does “not exist by law”

1/18, 7:36p: David Freddoso at WashingtonExaminer.com has a comment on this, as does Kathryn Lopez at NRO Online.

1/18, 7:26p: Well, Lawdy, Speaker Boehner’s office has picked up on the Emanuel admission in a fact check:

Dem Claim: ObamaCare does not promote taxpayer funding of abortion, and legislation is not needed to keep abortions from being funded by taxpayer dollars under ObamaCare.

Weekend question I: What actions can and will the House/state pro-life majorities take?

Pro-abort Katha Pollitt gave a nice run-down November 10 in The Nation of the possibilities before a Congress that will soon have much more pro-life passion coursing through its veins: When the 112th Congress convenes in January it will have at least 53 additional antichoice Republicans in the House and 5 in the Senate…. Supporters […]

Mother Jones: Only one member of Stupak bloc may survive election

From Mother Jones, this morning (a liberal mag, if you didn’t know, hence its interjection that it is false to say Obamacare includes taxpayer funded abortion): Remember Rep. Bart Stupak? The MI Democrat was a source of immense frustration for liberals during the health care debate. He spent months leading a small group of pro-life […]

Targeted pro-life Obamacare Democrats: “Nowhere to go for help”

* Make sure you read on to the 2nd article for the shockingly low amount of money Democrats for Life is contributing to its candidates this election cycle. From Time’s Swampland blog on October 6: … At the same time, there has been a parallel movement within the pro-life world this cycle. Just as Tea […]

Making Hyde Amendment into law a new priority (and possibility) thanks to Obamacare

There has been a lot of chatter about the Hyde Amendment since Obamacare was introduced and passed. Since 1976 the Hyde Amendment has banned federal taxpayer funding of most abortions. It is named after its original sponsor, pro-life Congressman Henry Hyde, pictured right. But Hyde isn’t a law; it must be approved every year.  Nor […]

National Right to Life vs. Democrats for Life

As Jivin J FactCheck.org yesterday agreed with the Democrats for Life of America issued a fundraising appeal, making harsh accusations against NRLC in the process. Click to enlarge…

New Stanek WND.com column, “Obama toadies vs. abortion freeloaders”

Obama sycophant Media Matters, quickly hurled a 1,700-word tome into the blogosphere with such cocky subtitles as (emphasis mine), “[Glenn] Beck repeats discredited claim that Obama admin has OK’d federal funding for elective abortions”…. The only problem is the abortion industry agrees with (all) pro-lifers (other than Democrats) that Obama’s executive order didn’t apply to […]


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