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

  • Ethika Politika discusses the undercover investigations of Lila Rose and LiveAction, asking readers if deception is “justified for the sake of saving, or at least limiting the destruction of, what [Rose] and others consider to be innocent life.”
  • LTI’s Scott Klusendorf analyzes the gory AMC series “The Walking Dead” from a pro-life perspective.

  • Lisa Graas hosts a CNS News video interview with Rep. Michelle Bachmann, who believes all life should be protected from the moment of conception and suggests defunding Planned Parenthood and repealing Obamacare would be good first steps toward that protection.
  • Generations for Life has compiled a free informational packet for students writing research papers on abortion, as well as an online Q & A.
  • LiveAction has personal testimony from a formerly pro-choice student who is now a pro-life activist and educator, thanks to the education of LiveAction.

  • Coming Home reminds us that we must stand against the slaughter of the innocents:

    … [A]s we begin to move closer to Christmas, to the timeless narrative of the Nativity, and the story of Herodís evil, we should bear in mind that we are all called to do something about the slaughter of innocents in our day.

    The thousands who staff the more than 2,300 CPCís and PRCís save babies daily from the senseless slaughter unleashed on us by 7 twisted men in 1973. They are the frontline shields between these babies and certain death

  • CatholicVote elaborates on the practice of celebrating the Immaculate Conception:We donít celebrate the Immaculate Implantation or the Immaculate Reaching of the Third Trimester. Gabriel didnít wait until Mary was 20-some weeks in to tell her that the child in her womb was the Son of God. We recognize the moment of conception of Mary in the womb of her mother St. Anne, and Jesus in the womb of Mary as the moment when life began: the moment the new person became a new and unique person.

  • Judie Brown questions NYC’sOrgan Preservation Units,” which appear at fires, accidents and homes of those dying or calling for emergency care. Judie asks, “Should compassion be defined as a willingness to hurry one victim out of his life so that someone else can perhaps benefit from an organ hastily retrieved from that victim?”
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