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by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN

  • Culture Campaign heralds NJ ‘s Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of a bill that would have given a $7.5M grant for family planning to Planned Parenthood….

  • Professor Michael J. New reviews Clarke Forsythe’s book on pro-life political incrementalism, entitled Politics for the Greatest Good. Forsyth (senior counsel at AUL), discusses the incrementalist efforts of both William Wilberforce and Abraham Lincoln which led to the abolition of slavery.
  • Big Blue Wave discusses an Abortioneer’s dilemma about whether she should tell a woman the truth about the abortion pill and what it actually does, or allow the woman to continue to believe it simply “bring[s] on one’s period.” Commenters on the Abortioneers blog think it’s best to keep the woman in the dark. And they accuse PRCs of peddling misinformation?
  • Life Training Institute shows readers how to refute the “don’t like abortion, don’t have one” argument featured in a recent Birmingham Atheism Examiner article.
  • Wesley J. Smith objects to use of the term “murder” when discussing the killing of animals:
  • Murder is defined as the unlawful killing of a human being by another human being with malice aforethought…. Using the word ‘murder’ to describe the unlawful killing of animals is just another way to blur the crucial distinction between us and fauna.

  • The school year is upon us, and Mommy Life features some concerns regarding the National Education Association’s continued support for abortion. It makes you wonder if these teaching professionals even like children.
  • Generations for Life gives us an update on their recent tour and applauds the knowledge and compassion of pro-life teens by including footage of an on-the-street exchange between a pro-life student and a pro-choice man. You can tell this student has been well-schooled in pro-life apologetics:

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