Entries for May, 2012

Pro-Planned Parenthood website forgets cardinal rule in politics: Never ask a question you don’t know the answer to

Yesterday the pro-abortion website Jezebel posted a hit piece against an investigative video released by the pro-life group Live Action that showed a Planned Parenthood employee helping facilitate what she thought was a sex-selective abortion.

Jezebel’s (lame) hit was to be expected. But the headline must have slipped by editors…

“Rascals”? Lol. But the bigger faux pas was asking whether Live Action could prove Planned Parenthood facilitates sex selective abortions. We now know that answer is yes. Oops.

Jezebel editors quickly realized the strategic sin and unpublished the post, although not before one of Live Action’s astute bloggers captured it. Here was Jezebel’s liberally correct redo…

Lunch Break: A hero’s wedding for Tyler and Ashley

by LauraLoo True love stories just put a BIG smile on my face. :D Meet Tyler Southern, a triple amputee, who shares his story about rising above tragedy with a great attitude and the love of a beautiful and devoted fiancé.  They are to be married in July. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iNjUn9zM78[/youtube] Congratulations and our best wishes to you! Email […]

O’Reilly exposes Planned Parenthood’s involvement with sex selective abortion

Last night Live Action’s Lila Rose appeared on The O’Reilly Factor to discuss her group’s new video investigation into sex selective abortions.   Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com   After viewing a cut from Live Action’s first exposé, which showed an Austin, Texas, Planned Parenthood employee helping facilitate what she thought was a sex-selective […]

Democratic hypocrisy in denying human rights

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymXJtEMhWWo[/youtube]So in democratic tradition, Robert doesn’t acknowledge the personhood of certain people. I guess in this case he’s angry about certain conservative blacks and their position on marriage. He tells his readers that we need to understand that this isn’t a gay marriage issue, it’s a “human rights issue”. Okay, first: virtually all you liberals […]

(Prolifer)ations 5-29-12

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  • In our newest addition to the blogroll, Kelly Clinger tells of her difficult decision to confess her two past abortions to her young children.

BREAKING: Planned Parenthood fired employee following sex-selection sting

UPDATE 2p: Planned Parenthood has issued a statement disclaiming any culpability. It states the now terminated employee was “entry-level” and “did not follow our protocol.” So what exactly is the protocol of an organization that claims “[g]ender bias is contrary to everything our organization works for,” yet not wanting (lucrative) sex-selective abortions “curtail[ed]” in any way?

1:26p: See previous post here.

According to the Huffington Post, Planned Parenthood says it fired the staffer involved in Live Action’s new video investigation into sex selective abortions almost immediately after LA conducted its sting.

A Live Action source told me today the sting at that Austin, Texas, Planned Parenthood was conducted April 11, so the employee was fired April 14, 6-1/2 weeks ago:

Lunch Break: 1950’s LSD Research

by LauraLoo Interesting 1950’s clip in which Dr. Sidney Cohen interviews a female research subject who has ingested LSD. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxbXu0sE9vk[/youtube] Email LauraLoo with your Lunch Break suggestions. [HT: Jill]

Congress to vote on federal sex-selection ban TOMORROW; make calls TODAY

In a surprise move, House Republicans announced this past Friday they would call for a vote on a federal ban against sex-selective abortion, aka the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act, H.R. 3541*, tomorrow, May 30.

PRENDA will be considered under “suspension of the rules,” meaning no amendments can be added. The bill must be voted on as is, straight up or down, and a two-thirds majority will be needed to pass it.


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