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Pro-life blog buzz 4-10-15

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • At Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, Reggie Littlejohn shares a WND article which questions the supposed “easing” of China’s One-Child Policy:

    “The core of the problem is not whether the government is allowing one child or two children,” Reggie Littlejohn… told WND on Wednesday.

    “The government is still telling how many children people can have and is enforcing that limit with coerced abortions,” she said. “And it’s not clear to me that there are fewer abortions. Women and babies still are dying.”

    Littlejohn pointed out China still requires a birth permit for the first child and for the second child.

    “Without a permit, there still are forced abortions, unless you’re rich enough to buy your way out,” she said.

The Embryonic Jesus Story

Merry blessed Christmas, everyone! Am reposting my WND Christmas column from 2004, The Embryonic Jesus Story… At this time of year, we focus on Christ’s birth, but there is a fascinating incident the Bible describes near the beginning of Jesus’ human life, several months prior. It is the Embryonic Jesus Story. Luke 1 tells about […]

New Stanek WND.com column, “Graphic abortion ad during the Super Bowl?”

For only three hours a year do Americans actually look forward to watching commercials rather than ignoring them, muting them or running to the bathroom during them, as we do the other 8,763 hours. That is during the Super Bowl. In fact, commercials have become part of the entertainment during football’s annual big game, a […]

New Stanek WND.com column, “Democrats for Life betrays pro-life movement”

Friends sometimes find themselves on opposite sides during political campaigns, when emotions can ride high. Fortunately, just as opponents usually shake hands afterward, so do those friends. But the rift that developed during the 2010 election cycle between Democrats for Life and basically the rest of the pro-life movement is irreparable, at least as long […]

New Stanek WND.com column, “Republican pro-life paradigm shift”

Yes, the Republican Party is the pro-life party. But the abortion issue often seems like its red-headed stepchild. For example, the 1994 House GOP Contract with America, which provided a Republican roadmap out of that decade’s liberal abyss, completely omitted any mention of abortion….

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 […]

New Stanek WND.com column, “Jimmy Kimmel crew tries to fry pro-lifer”

Abortion isn’t very funny, as comedian Jimmy Kimmel is learning the hard way. On June 25 the youth pro-life activist group Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust was holding a Face the Truth event in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, as was their First Amendment right….

New Stanek WND.com column, “No compromise on female genital mutilation”

Looking back on my days as a labor and delivery RN, deliveries of babies to Middle Eastern couples were the hardest. There was the husband who tried to order me not to let his wife have an epidural. And there was the 30-something-year-old married to his 15-year-old first cousin who was aborting their (not surprisingly) […]


Who Is Jill Stanek?

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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