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Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs…

  • From Culture Campaign: a NJ high school student has brought suit against her school administrators for violating her free-speech rights. According to the AP, the principal of Bridgeton High School banned the student from wearing a “LIFE” armband or participating in the Pro Life Day of Silent Solidarity because doing anything “religious” was not allowed. The Alliance Defense Fund has taken up her case….
  • ProWomanProLife discusses how normalizing teen pregnancy in society is not necessarily a bright idea:
  • If we are going to say teens will be teens – they are going to have sex anyway, then I’d advocate for teaching them about marriage, making their already very serious sexual commitments permanent, and worrying less as a society about whether our kids have advanced degrees…. Enough already with engaging in adult behaviors while studiously avoiding – or glorifying – the sometimes difficult adult outcomes.

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  • According to Catholic Review, the Baltimore, MD City Council is busy harassing pro-life pregnancy care centers.
    A new bill, to be voted on after Thanksgiving, “would require centers to post signs if they do not provide abortion or birth control. Failure to do so could result in a $150 daily fine.”
    Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake (pictured left) claims she introduced the bill to promote “truth in advertising” to “make sure no one is intentionally or unintentionally misled.” The bill (not surprisingly) has the backing of Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland. An attempt to broaden the bill to require abortion clinics to post their services was rejected.
    Pro-lifers have organized a petition drive in an attempt to prohibit the City Council from passing any such measures.

  • Wesley J. Smith writes about the pro-suicide Dutch Right to Die Association in the Netherlands, which has recently made “humane” suicide tips available online. Oh, but no worries: the information is supposedly only available to paid, logged-in members. That just makes it all better, doesn’t it?
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