Entries for September, 2010

NARAL’s scary sham ad and other desperate fear tactics

Pro-aborts are both afraid of and pleased by the large bloc of pure pro-life congressional candidates who have no rape/incest exception – 63 at last count. Pro-aborts are afraid because they know pro-life stalwarts like these won’t weaken, won’t compromise, if elected. Pro-aborts are pleased because they know a number of Americans have trouble with […]

American Life League and Rock for Life part ways amicably

I posted competing public statements in May. While American Life League wrote it had “temporarily suspended the operations of our Rock for Life project,” Rock for Life’s Jeff White and Erik Whittingham wrote on Facebook the 2 organizations “separated ways on Thursday, May 20th, 2010, ending an 11-1/2 year relationship.” I am aware that leaders […]

Lila Rose to be featured in CNN documentary October 2

Pro-life heroine Lila Rose will be featured on a CNN documentary Saturday night that will profile “young conservatives taking on ‘mainstream media.’” From CNN: Guerilla journalists, conservative agenda Armed with video cameras and a right-wing agenda, a new generation of conservative activists is taking on the mainstream media with what they say is old-school guerilla […]

Jivin Jís Life Links 9-30-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Alan at the Stand to Reason Place blog provides a helpful flow chart which groups defenses for abortion into 3 categories and lists how to respond to them using STR techniques. An AL man has been found guilty of killing his girlfriend and her unborn child:Timothy Stallworth of […]

Alan Grayson’s “Taliban” ad backfires

That’s not my headline, that’s Politico’s. To refresh (read my previous post here), here is an ad Democrat pro-abort FL 8th District Rep. Alan Grayson began running last week: And here was opponent Daniel Webster’s “submit to me” line in context:

Lunch Break: Cheerleader engulfed

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How liberal bloggers are helping stop abortion

A September 29 Politico story identified liberal bloggers as the “professional left” President Obama, VP Joe Biden, White House chief-of-staff Rahm Emanuel, and WH spokesman Robert Gibbs have been complaining are kneecapping Obama and his agenda by their constant complaints. Politico linked to a September 27 post by liberal blogger Peter Daou entitled, “How a […]

Quote of the Day 9-30-10

Danco Laboratories, which markets RU-486 as Mifeprex, says more than 1.2 million U.S. women have used Mifeprex to terminate a pregnancy by blocking the hormone progesterone – needed to continue a pregnancy. After swallowing three Mifeprex pills in their healthcare provider’s office, women return two days later to take two tablets of misoprostol. ~


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