Entries Tagged ‘Super Bowl’

Pro-life blog buzz 2-3-15

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli At Suzy B, SBA List president Marjorie Dannenfelser compares two female leaders – Rep. Renee Ellmers and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina – and how they responded to the life issue recently. One showed courage and one had what some are calling “the […]

The one Super Bowl ad NARAL didn’t have an opinion on

54cec682e7bcf2ae15394ce6_super-bowl-nationwide-ad-dead-kidBeing from Chicago, I had no vested interest in last night’s Super Bowl, other than to care about the score at the end of each quarter in hopes my husband might win a chunk of his office pool (which he did!).

So I amused myself by watching the ads and reading Twitter critiques about them by the feminist pro-abortion crowd.

I thought the Nationwide ad was serious but worthwhile, although it was quickly and summarily excoriated by the rest of the world as possibly “the worst Super Bowl ad ever,” which ”sucked the mood out of the game and was generally crappy.”

I didn’t see the ad that way. I saw it as as an important reminder to parents, although I do see how families who have lost children in home accidents could have been traumatized.

Here’s the ad, in case you don’t know what I’m talking about….

First graphic abortion Super Bowl ads air

Ads showing the graphic reality of abortion have begun airing during Super Bowl pre-game shows in various parts of the country. Three pro-life activists registered as federal candidates have placed ads in 11 metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. to air during the Super Bowl and/or during pre- and post-game shows as well as during NBC […]

Super Bowl graphic abortion ad campaign expands

Since I wrote a week ago that Randall Terry’s dream of airing graphic abortion ads during the 2012 Super Bowl was becoming a reality, liberals and MSM nationally and internationally have been abuzz with the story. Terry reports ad contributions have been rolling in. He is eligible as a presidential candidate to purchase ads in […]

(Prolifer)ations 1-13-12

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. John Smeaton posts on North Carolina’s reparations to its past victims of state-mandated eugenic sterilization: Hundreds of women… forcibly sterilised under a now-defunct […]

New Stanek poll: Which GOP presidential candidate has gotten the biggest boost from the debates so far?

I have a new poll question up: There have been 13 Republican presidential debates since May. The last debate before the January 3 Iowa caucus was just held. Which of the candidates left standing do you think got the biggest boost from these debates overall? Vote on the lower right side of the home page. […]

New Stanek poll: Which would be the more persuasive pro-life Super Bowl ad, graphic or nongraphic?

I have a new poll question up: Which type of pro-life Super Bowl television ad would be more persuasive, in your opinion? There are 2 options listed: “Graphic” and “Nongraphic.” Vote on the lower right side of the home page. Here were the results of my previous poll about Father Pavone and Bishop Zurek, not […]

Stanek weekend question II: If you were invited to the White House by this president, would you go?

The above photo, taken October 7 at the White House, with President Obama and the 1985 Super Bowl winning Chicago Bears, did not include former defensive tackle Dan Hampton. As I reported here, Hampton declined the invitation because his family was not invited, adding he was “not a fan of the guy in the White […]


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