Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN

  • Mark Crutcher discusses a stunning late night talk show conversation suggesting that harvesting parts of aborted babies for research is not only acceptable but honorable:

It was soon obvious that the goal of this show was to use fetal tissue research and embryonic stem cell research to create the illusion that something noble comes from abortion….

[T]he guest went so far as to propose that, even if life does begin at conception, we should all be willing to accept that the unborn are sacrificing their lives for the benefit of all mankind. … [T]he host nodded pensively, switched on her most fawn-like demeanor, looked into the camera and reminded the audience of the Biblical reference about no man having greater love than the one who will lay down his life for others….

Let’s set the record straight. Children who are being killed by abortion are not “laying down” their lives. Their lives are being taken from them through the application of lethal force. Using the corpses of aborted babies for medical research has nothing to do with allowing the unborn to sacrifice their lives to save others. It is about the born hoping that they can improve their own lives by butchering and then mining the unborn.

  • American Papist invites readers to boycott Planned Parenthood corporate supporters. View the boycott list to see if you are supporting businesses who give money to PP.
  • At the start of a new school year, Generations for Life reminds us about their Pro-Life Curriculum manual for forming and maintaining effective pro-life clubs.
  • Live Action reports the Philippines’ rejection of legalized abortion, despite pressures from the Center for Reproductive Rights and other US pro-choice organizations.
  • Life Training Institute disputes a NY Times article touting emergency contraceptive ella, which claims those who “espouse religious beliefs are incapable of looking at the facts here to reach a logical conclusion.”
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