Entries for July, 2010

Politico: Pro-lifers “bullish,” pro-aborts “skittish”

There’s a good National Right to Life Committee warned that elective abortions would be covered under a PA insurance program created by the health care reform law….

Stanek mini-vacation

UPDATE 7/29, 1:20p: Am sitting in the screened-in porch eating lunch with Grandson #4, who did not go home last night after VBS as previously planned. He’s explaining the sound locusts make to me, among many other things. So bear with me as I take one more day of blogging vacation… :) 7/26, 1:08p: We […]

Quote of the Day 7-27-10

In the beginning, we cried a lot. Now, looking back, we realize what idiots we were. Spain’s World Cup-winning coach Vicente del Bosque, remarking on the 1989 birth of 2nd son, Álvaro, who has Down’s syndrome; as quoted by MommyLife]

Quote of the Day 7-26-2010

If I want to murder my fetus, it ain’t nobody’s business but my own. ~Pro-abort commenter Jenna, on Stanek Post:

Sunday funnies 7-25-10

Political cartoonist Michael Ramirez was on a roll this week. Here were his contributions to

Quote of the Day 7-25-10

On July 25, 1968, Pope Paul VI issued the encyclical letter Humanae Vitae, which means, “Of Human Life.” In that relatively short document… he outlines the Church’s vision of human life, marriage, and the connection between human love and the creative action of God. Love and life are 2 very simple and very similar words, […]

Quote of the Day 7-24-10

Abortion and How to Choose a Correct Clinic… It is conjointly confusing to succeed in correct information online, concerning the procedures and ways to get the abortion done…. [Y]ou may be flooded with results that can guide you to centers dispensing medical data on the process, primarily created to frighten you to relinquish up the […]

Weekend question: Are pro-lifers going to adopt all the unwanted babies?

Read the following email chain… So what is the pro-life answer to the question, “Why don’t you people put up or shut up – pay for the care of pregnant mothers in crisis and adopt the unwanted or “defective” babies?”


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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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