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Abortion supporters clash on whether late term abortions are tragic or trivial

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It was pro-abortion President Bill Clinton who first coined the term “safe, legal, and rare” in the early 1990s to describe his supposedly moderate view on abortion.

The phrase served Clinton well during the years-long partial birth abortion debate, making him sound reasonable even as he vetoed a ban against the heinous procedure twice. The conflicted masses liked it as well.

But abortion zealots got stuck on that word “rare.” As proponent Jessica Valenti wrote in The Guardian last year:

Pro-life blog buzz 6-28-13

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  • Right to Life of Michigan says abortion advocates like to portray their views as mainstream, but they aren’t – not even among women:

    According to the 2013 Gallup poll on abortion, 57% of women believe abortion should be illegal or legal in only a few circumstances, along with 59% of men.

    Only 28% of women agree with abortion advocates that abortion should be legal in every circumstance.

Pro-life news brief 3-21-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • A mother writes to Dear Abby, wondering why she has taken her daughter’s abortion so hard:

    Abby, I have taken this really hard. I have cried every day since she had the abortion, and I’m torturing myself thinking this is my fault because I went against everything I believe in when I supported her in her decision.

Hey angry feminists, believe it

On January 28 Planned Parenthood of the Gulf Coast (currently being sued for Medicaid fraud) featured author and founder of the blog Feministing, Jessica Valenti, at its 40th Anniversary Roe v. Wade Luncheon. Valenti’s speech was about being an “angry feminist,” and during it she showed the following photo, explaining, “It really perfectly captures the sentiment […]

Pro-life news brief 6-22-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • The Indianapolis Star has a puff piece on Planned Parenthood of Indiana CEO Betty Cockrum.
  • The Kansas State Board of Healing Arts has revoked the medical license of late abortionist George Tiller’s one-time “rubber stamper” abortionist, Ann Neuhaus:

    The administrative judge concluded in February that Neuhaus performed inadequate mental health exams in 2003 on 11 patients, aged 10 to 18. The judge said Neuhaus’ records didn’t contain the information necessary to show that she did thorough exams, and the patients’ care was “seriously jeopardized.”

    “Her actions clearly show a disregard for her patients’ safety and care, which causes her to be a threat to any future patients she might have,” said Reese Hays, the attorney on the board’s litigation team who presented the case against Neuhaus.

Life Links 4-19-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Jordan Sekulow and Matthew Clark on Planned Parenthood’s abortion prayers:

    While admitting that aborted babies are “our children — even those we decide not to bring into the world,” Faith Aloud cannot debunk the claim that abortion is murder. Faith Aloud’s Web site states, “When you hear something over and over, like ‘abortion is murder’, it can get into your head — like a commercial. But if you really believed that abortion was the same as murder you probably wouldn’t even be considering it.”

    All Planned Parenthood and Faith Aloud can do is rationalize the taking of another human’s life under the guise of prayer.

Life Links 3-29-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Here’s a quote you wouldn’t normally see at RH Reality Check:

    Yet both sides agree there is a moral urgency to ending the contamination of human beings from toxic chemicals, beginning in the womb. Government interest in fetal life shouldn’t be limited to blocking women’s right to choose. Instead, governments should choose to protect the interest in a healthy fetus by protecting women’s health, specifically women’s right to bear children and their right to a healthy pregnancy.

    Interestingly, Margie Kelly thinks that “by separating fetuses from the fetal environment [by displaying prenatal photos and ultrasounds], [pro-lifers] make women into enemies of the fetus.”

From India: a lesson in true feminism

by intern Heather B. On June 26, 10k students from 12 schools trekked 3 km to promote a timeless message: life is precious. The march for life in Coimbatore, southern India, bore a unique mission: to be an advocate for the annual 5 million victims of abortion in the world’s most gender-imbalanced country: girls….

  

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