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  • Americans United for Life points out how Politifact supports AUL’s assertion that the government cannot accurately account for taxpayer funding given to Planned Parenthood. The fact that this “nonprofit” receives an apparently incalculable amount of money should demonstrate why they need to be investigated.

  • The Culture Vulture takes ALRANZ (New Zealand’s foremost abortion rights promoter) to task for refusing to speak out against eugenic or sex-selection abortion. In their recent newsletter, ALRANZ stated: “… NZ’s abortion law should be decriminalized, giving women the right to make their own abortion decision for their own reasons.”
  • Generations for Life shares the eye-opening video, It’s a Girl, which exposes sex-selection abortion worldwide. One has to wonder – where is the National Organization for Women? Where is Secretary of State Hillary Clinton? Where are the feminists? They’re burying their heads in the sand, hoping the dearth of girls in certain countries will magically disappear:


  • Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life reports on the San Jose Articles, a document “refut[ing] the claim that there is a right to abortion under international law that all nations must accept.” Professor Robert George of Princeton explains: 

    The Articles will support and assist those around the world who are coming under pressure from United Nations personnel and others who say falsely that governments are required by international law to repeal domestic laws protecting human beings in the embryonic and fetal stages of development against the violence of abortion.

  • The Anti Abortion Gang demonstrates the “me first, with no responsibilities” attitude so prevalent in our culture, referencing a recent post at the Thought Catalog, in which a co-ed writes of her experience with sex and becoming pregnant:Taking the test is like preparing for a funeral. Everyone always tells you that sex changes things, that it’s the death of your innocence and you can never take it back. Sitting there staring at that pee-soaked stick, you know they were lying to you. This [positive pregnancy test] is the loss of that innocence. You feel damaged, dirty, nauseated. Nothing will ever be the same after those lines appear.

    Instead of recognizing the sexual behavior as the problem, the blame is transferred to the baby created, who will pay the ultimate price.

  • Live Action commends pro-lifers who prayed outside a Virginia Beach Planned Parenthood during 40 Days for Life. This particular PP posted a nonsensical sign reading, “Planning for parenthood is sacred work.”
  • Catholic Vote asks, tongue-in-cheek, why not subsidize abstinence? Given the mandate by Health and Human Services for insurance coverage of sterilization and contraceptives at 100% – putting pregnancy in the category of a disease necessitating prevention – why not pay people to abstain from sex?
  • Moral Outcry shares the testimony of a woman who saved a child from abortion during a “chance encounter” at a beauty parlor. We need to always be ready to speak effectively and with compassion to mothers considering abortion.
  • Euthanasia Prevention Coalition calls out an article in the Huffington Post which erroneously claims assisted suicide is legal in Hawaii:This is an interesting claim considering that in the past few years there have been several bills to legalize assisted suicide in Hawaii that were all defeated. During the most recent legislative session, a bill to legalize assisted suicide was defeated in the state Senate Health Committee by a 4 to 0 vote.

    Perhaps the HuffPo subscribes to the theory “If you say it often enough, people will believe you.”

  • Abby Johnson recounts the two-year anniversary of her departure from the abortion industry and the support she received from pro-lifers.
  • LTI spots some cognitive dissonance in California where minors have been banned from using tanning beds. One of the bill’s sponsors said of the passage: “I praise Governor [Jerry] Brown for his courage in taking this much-needed step to protect some of CA’s most vulnerable residents – our kids – from what the ‘House of Medicine’ has conclusively shown is lethally dangerous….”Too bad the health of minors isn’t considered in California abortion law.
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