Entries for May, 2009

Understanding Obama: His liberal use of straw men

By Helene Cooper,

CUA debate between George/Kmiec

UPDATE, 5/29, 5:30a: The Catholic University of America states the video can be viewed on its site, but the link isn’t working for me at the moment. _______________ UPDATE, 5/28, 6p: Professor Michael New (who got me in to this gig!) wants to say a few words about the debate: Jill is being very brave […]

Stanek to attend George/Kmiec debate tomorrow tonight

Thanks to Professors Michael New and Robert George, I received clearance last week to attend a debate tomorrow from 5p to 6:30p EST at the National Press Club in DC between George and Catholic Obama apologist Doug Kmiec. I flew in yesterday. Entitled, “The Obama Administration and the Sanctity of Human Life: Is There a […]

Bi-partisan House committee to investigate DHS “domestic terrorist” report

by intern Andy M. In March, “Rightwing extremism: current economic and political climate fueling resurgence in radicalization and recruitment,” referred to as

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-28-09, Part II

by LA Times has an article regarding the concerns of abortion rights groups in regards to Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Sonia Sotomayor: “I simply don’t know Judge Sotomayor’s view on Roe vs. Wade. I will be very concerned if the question is not asked and answered during the Senate hearings,” Nancy Northup, president of the […]

The fight over Sotomayor: both sides of abortion issue engaged

If I were watching only t.v. news, including Fox, I’d think the fight over Barack Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor, was over before it started. All I hear are warnings for Republicans to back away for fear of losing the Latino vote. (Where were warnings for Dems to back away when they […]

Lunch Break: Car for ladies

by Bethany Kerr, to give us a break from the daily grind… Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions!

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-28-09, Part I

by University of Washington’s paper covers a visit by the Genocide Awareness Project. Some pro-choice students protested the exhibit (one appears to be holding a sign which reads “Pro-Choice is Pro-Life”) while others used other means: The tone of the protest shifted when one student egged the exhibit, and another scribbled on the signs advertising […]


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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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