Entries for September, 2005

New WND column: “Darth Durbin”

Many will be surprised that infamously pro-abortion U.S. Senator Dick Durbin was once a warm-blooded pro-lifer. My column today tracks the demise of one of many political figures who sold their soul to get ahead in the Democrat Party, with an interesting paper trail called the Durbin Abortion Papers provided by National Right to Life.

New WND column: “Throwing babies out with the floodwater”

My column today on WND.com, “Throwing babies out with the floodwater,” begins: The good news is that Hurricane Katrina destroyed five of nine Louisiana abortion mills, although their displaced vermin were scurrying around shelters within 72 hours handing out free morning-after pills and abortions. Here, have a little more death and destruction no charge! […]

Crying Wolf bingo card for John Roberts nomination

In preparation for the rhetoric we’ve heard and will hear re: President Bush’s nomination of John Roberts (or any nomination he would make), please get your Crying Wolf bingo cards ready! This comes courtesy of Senator John Cornyn. See page 2 for a sample of the Groundhog’s Day shenanigans, also courtesy of Cornyn:

Roberts’ interrogation – er, testimony – length vs. other Supreme nominees

Factoids on Judge John Roberts’ hearing length and amount of questioning Judge John Roberts testified for approximately 22 hours before the Senate Judiciary Committee, 10 hours longer than William Rehnquist when he became Chief Justice, 5 hours longer than Ruth Bader Ginsburg , and 4 hours longer than Stephen Breyer. William Rehnquist: “In nearly 12 […]

“Ready? Cue the sun…”

Gotta read this column, in today’s New York Times. Hysterical! The column is posted on page 2 if you can’t get the NYT online.

NYT quotes my “March of Penguins” column and comments on movie’s cultural impact

Yesterday’s New York Times included an article entitled, “March of the Conservatives: Penguin Film as Political Fodder.” I am reprinting it on page 2 in case you can’t open NYT online. March of the Penguins is now the second highest grossing documentary ever, behind Farenheit 911. The first paragraph of the piece stated: On the […]

Miranda observations on yesterday’s Roberts hearings/Anti-Catholic bias

Manuel Miranda is former counsel to GOP Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and founder and chairman of the Third Branch Conference, a coalition of grassroots organizations following judicial issues. He writes a thrice-weekly column in the Wall Street Journal. He has three observations on yesterday’s US Senate hearings on the confirmation of John Roberts to […]

Specialized volunteers needed at Baton Rouge prc disaster relief center

To the left is a photo of the Slidell, LA, pregnancy resource center, sent to me by Cindy Collins, its executive director. She writes: Our CPC has been serving the Slidell and surrounding area for 20 years. We averaged between 100 to 160 clients per month… over 20,000 since 1986… over 8500 babies born. Slidell […]


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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