Entries for August, 2007

Safe, Legal, and Rare

[HT: RealChoice]

(Prolifer)ations 8/27/07

On the pro-life blogs…. Are those attorney jokes hitting too close to home? Want to make a change, give your life purpose? web page and then check out her blog post from Saturday: Flashpoint, she describes “ignorant rhetoric” she found on John Edwards’ website showing he “hasn’t a clue about the science of….” Canada’s Dawn […]

“The one-year anniversary of hell breaking loose”

On testified before an FDA committee against making the MAP available over-the-counter. My focus was on the danger to underage girls. To celebrate the one-year anniversary, Christina Page at RH Reality Check

Coverage of Aurora Planned Parenthood protest

I was pleasantly surprised news organizations covering the Aurora Planned Parenthood protest Saturday approximated our numbers accurately, calling it “huge” even. Good photo in the Daily Herald. But there were other signs of bias. Sometimes it is subtle, but it’s usually there.

Two federal lawsuits filed against City of Aurora

The pro-life protest against Planned Parenthood Aurora was scheduled for Saturday, August 25, at 9:00a. But to ensure that constitutional freedom, Chicago’s Thomas More Law Center, this morning. Tom said they filed the lawsuit against Aurora ordinances that are clearly unconstitutional and subjectively enforced. There are two contentions….

Gag me

The headline of this August 26 CNN story triggered the first gag:

Did Planned Parenthood commit fraud against Aurora, or are officials in on it?

Backdrop…. From the Aurora Beacon News, July 29, 2007: Aurora’s Planning and Development Committee approved the final plan for the medical complex on Nov. 16, 2006…. The owner was listed as Gemini Office Development LLC, a subsidiary of Planned Parenthood…. It’s one thing to play cards close to the vest; it’s another to intentionally conceal […]

Pro-life protest at Aurora Planned Parenthood

by Jill Stanek


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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