Entries Tagged ‘US Supreme Court’

Obamacare to fund congressional, staff abortions

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Paging Bart Stupak.  On March 24, 2010, he and other congresspersons calling themselves pro-life Democrats smiled for the camera as they watched President Obama sign an executive order no one but them believed would keep abortion out of Obamacare. (Stupak is in the photo above off of Obama’s right shoulder, wearing a grey suit. Click to enlarge.)

Pro-life blog buzz 9-17-13

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. Clinic Quotes shows that Planned Parenthood has never had a problem with sex-selective abortions. From PP spokesperson Lisa Andrusko (1985): … [O]nce the […]

BREAKING: IL Supreme Court upholds 18-yr-old parental notification law

breakingToday, in a unanimous ruling, the Illinois Supreme Court issued a decision to uphold a parental notification law enacted way back in 1995.

This is FABULOUS news, since Illinois has become known as the abortion dumping ground of the Midwest – the only state without any parental involvement law in force, while all surrounding states have such measures.

Thomas More Society, the pro-life legal team based in Illinois that has been pushing enforcement of this law, has posted a synopsis of this incredibly drawn out court battle.

Abortion is “no more a political issue than slavery”

Two Posters on Not a HUMAN BeingOddly, at its root, abortion really isn’t a political issue at all. It’s a cultural revolutionary ideal and tactic. It has been indispensable in advancing radical feminism. It becomes political to the extent that it was thrust on this nation by the US Supreme Court in one of the most raw acts of judicial activism. Strictly speaking, it is a state’s rights issue, and the people have been robbed of their ability to decide this at the ballot box, or through their elected representatives.

(Prolifer)ations 5-8-12

Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • At Ethika Politika, Mandy Jade Kramer describes the “real war on women”:

    Femininity, not just femininity, but true femaleness, in its purest, most natural, genuine form, is being attacked. It is downright hated. Real life-giving, life-affirming, God given femaleness is being ragingly stamped out, and those who possess this trait (females) are punished and forced to change. Under the guise of equality with men, those who claim to advocate better, or equal, treatment for women, are actually not treating them equally to men at all. They are treating them worse.

Ohio: New statewide pro-life organization forms over Heartbeat Bill dispute; Willke VP

Read backstories here and here. The Middletown Journal reported today: Advocates for the “Heartbeat” bill have formed a new statewide group, Ohio ProLife Action, to urge Senate passage of the legislation to ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. They say it would be the nation’s toughest restriction on abortions. The Wednesday development underscores […]

Author of “Our Bodies, Ourselves”: Post-menopausal pregnancy “irresponsible”

Nancy London finds that she’s in the awkward position of having to reverse herself. As a co-author of Our Bodies, Ourselves, published in 1973 (the year the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Roe v. Wade), London was among those who argued – convincingly – that biology was not destiny, that women should take control of their […]

President elected in 2012 will likely swing the US Supreme Court one way or the other – for a very long time

Curt Levey of the Committee for Justice blog always writes insightful pieces. His op ed in The Hill yesterday was yet another one. An excerpt:


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