Entries for November, 2005

Alito: “[T]the Constitution does not protect a right to an abortion”

From today’s Washington Times: Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr., President Bush’s Supreme Court nominee, wrote that “the Constitution does not protect a right to an abortion” in a 1985 document obtained by The Washington Times. “I personally believe very strongly” in this legal position, Mr. Alito wrote on his application to become deputy assistant to […]

Alito and Roe

A few of my pro-life friends are tentatively taking a position against President Bush’s current Supreme Court nominee, Samuel Alito, because three of four abortion rulings he has made during his tenure as a circuit court judge were anti-life. I’m not. I support Judge Samuel Alito’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Here are a couple […]

New WND column, “Moe v. Wade”

My WorldNetDaily.com column this week takes a hard look at men and their participation in abortion. “Moe v. Wade” analyzes the flip side of Judge Alito’s decision that a married man should be notified of his wife’s pending abortion. What about all the men involved in promiscuous sex who give inward thanks for the abortion […]

Howard Dean runs from “pro-choice” label

Hardball with Chris Matthews featured Democrat National Committee Chairman Howard Dean on October 31, discussing the Samuel Alito nomination to the Supreme Court. We increasingly see Democrat Party leadership shy away from being known as the pro-abort go-to political party. In the interview, Dean said he hesitated being labeled “pro-choice” because, “I think it’s often […]

Don’t forget Frontline tonight: “The last abortion clinic”

From AUL: “On Tuesday November 8 at 9pm ET, PBS’s Frontline series will present a documentary chronicling the 13-year effort in Mississippi to reduce abortion by passing common-sense laws such as parental involvement and informed consent.” The title of the program is, “The last abortion clinic.” Read PBS’s description of the program. Read World Magazine’s […]

On WYLL today

I’ll be on Scott Thomas’ show today on WYLL-AM from 3p-4p CST to discuss pro-life issues. Special guest will be pro-life hero Joe Scheidler, of Pro-Life Action League. The show can be heard via the Internet. Joe is coming on to discuss Catholic teachings about contraception, while I present what I believe should be the […]

Back

October is a big banquet month for pro-life groups, and I appreciate your patience as I travelled extensively speaking last month and just couldn’t do it all, which meant I had to forego blogging. I met hundreds of pro-lifers and spoke to thousands more. If pro-lifers only understood how vast our U.S. network is, we’d […]

New WND column, “All’s not quite well that ends well”

In retrospect, President Bush’s 1999 statement to the Associated Press explains his inattention to Roe v. Wade when picking Supreme nominees: “America is not ready to overturn Roe v. Wade because America’s hearts are not right. And so, in the meantime, instead of arguing over Roe v. Wade, what we ought to do is promote […]


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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