Entries Tagged ‘women’s health’

Pro-life news brief 8-5-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Kirsten Powers has a column in the Washington Post on the Delaware Planned Parenthood whistleblowers:

    After [Joyce] Vasikonis and [Jayne] Mitchell-Werbrich aired their complaints at the first state Senate hearing in June, the abortion-rights Web site “RH Reality Check” said that, “The nurses’ allegations have not been substantiated by any other source.” How many sources are needed? What better “source” is there than two abortion-rights nurses who saw it first hand? Vasikonis told me, “I am a liberal, and I have been shocked that liberal Democrats, who I thought had supported women, would turn their backs on women’s health safety just to support abortion rights.”

    Yes, it is sad that the people who are always lecturing us about how they are the only ones who care about women ignored the pleas of their own employees. Until they went public, of course. Makes you wonder how many other clinics are operating like this.

Pro-life blog buzz 7-2-13

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

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  • Fletcher Armstrong shares commentary from Center for Bio-Ethical Reform director Gregg Cunningham regarding Biola University’s discipline of nursing student Diana Jimenez, who posted graphic abortion signs on campus. Cunningham says at least one child’s life was saved as a direct result of Diana’s display.

Goldberg: Only “women’s health” issue libs care about is abortion

Conservatives want to leave it to women to make their own choices: about what to eat, whether to smoke, how fast they can drive, whether they can own a gun, etc. Many conservatives would also like to see women live long enough to have the chance to make those decisions, rather than be snuffed out […]

Inaccurate female genitalia display to counter accurate abortion display

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No surprise, a Planned Parenthood panel will tonight kick off a two-day event to be held March 7 and 8 at the University of Cincinnati, sponsored by UC’s LGBTQ Alliance and UC Feminists.

Planned Parenthood pushes for Do-It-Yourself abortions

… Planned Parenthood has spent the last few years vigorously campaigning for less medical oversight on abortion drugs…. When they say “limit[ing] access to abortion drugs,” they mean “requiring basic medical safeguards.” This is pro-choicers’ current cause célèbre: they demand less involvement by trained physicians. Less oversight by the FDA. Fewer requirements to ensure the […]

Pro-life blog buzz 12-4-12

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

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  • The Passionate Pro-Lifer discusses her civil attempts to communicate with a company who does business with Planned Parenthood, yet claims to be pro-life. Fr. Frank Pavone once said we could end abortion if everyone refused to do business with the abortion industry. Are we “just doing our jobs” when we do business with an industry who kills babies?

Stanek weekend question: What would your e-card about Obama say?

9/30, 8a: Here’s a good submission by reader David N.:

9/29, 7:13a: Per The Weekly Standard, September 28:

The Obama campaign has created a series of electronic greeting card aimed at women voters. “President Obama summed up the Republican Party’s approach to women’s health when he said ‘they want to take us back to the policies more suited to the 1950s than the 21st century,'” the Obama campaign website reads. “Send an eCard to say you won’t go back.”

Perhaps the oddest card in the series, though, is this one:

which my daughter was good enough to send to me…

Pro-life blog buzz 8-31-12

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

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  • Wesley J. Smith notes that the Democratic Party’s abortion platform is extreme, even for the majority of Democrats:

    While solid majorities of Democrats back some limitations on abortion — 59 percent would ban partial-birth abortions, for example, and 60 percent endorse a mandatory waiting period — the official position of their party is that even common-sense restrictions are unthinkable….

    If Obamacare remains in effect, eventually Congress will revoke the abortion restrictions currently in the law. Then, we’ll see a “Free Abortion Rule,” patterned after the Free Birth Control Rule.


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