Entries for May, 2013

Pro-life news brief 5-31-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • The woman from El Salvador whom abortion advocates have been claiming (for weeks) would die if she didn’t get an abortion will have an early Caesarean section delivery of her child next week, according to the Telegraph.

    For some reason, the title of one abortion advocate’s article is claiming a Caesarean delivery is an “emergency abortion” though the writer admits it’s not an abortion in the article. They must have really wanted that “life-saving” abortion.

Pro-life blog buzz 5-31-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • Secular Pro-Life writes that the CEO of Sir Richard’s condom company intends to donate one condom to a developing country for each condom purchased because “if everyone bought our condoms, we could really change the world.” SPL says:

    According to the CDC, while condoms are highly effective at preventing HIV transmission, the typical use failure rate for condoms as a contraceptive is a dismal eighteen percent. People often fail to make that distinction, and therefore do not appreciate the chances of pregnancy as fully as they should. No doubt that misunderstanding will be magnified in a region that has little in the way of healthcare access and sex education.

Pro-life vid of day: Students create “shocking” anti-rape underwear

by LauraLoo Following the violent gang-rape of a New Delhi woman last year that made international headlines, engineering students in India have created anti-rape underwear that they say will prevent sexual assault. Called Society Harnessing Equipment, or SHE, the device will deliver up to 82 electric shocks of 3,800 kV to an attacker, according to […]

Couple plans dolphin-assisted childbirth

It is about reconnecting as humans with the dolphins so we can coexist in this world together and learn from one another…. Having that connection with the pod of dolphins anytime – even if the birth doesn’t happen in the water – still brings peace, comfort and strength to the mother and baby during labor. […]

Pro-life news brief 5-30-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Andrea Mrozek writes about the death of notorious Canadian abortionist Henry Morgentaler:

    Abortion is the “choice” in that critical moment in a woman’s life when hope went on holiday.

    This is Morgentaler’s legacy: The death of a child, renamed a choice, and without limit in Canada.

    He deserves neither all the credit nor all the blame, of course. When the Supreme Court of Canada heard the now infamous Morgentaler case in 1988, their intention was not to bestow abortion as an unfettered right. Instead, the court went so far as to acknowledge a legitimate public interest in restricting abortion, and then threw the question back to Parliament — which has been holding the ball ever since.

Pro-life video of the day: Former abortionist testifies

by Hans Johnson Among the witnesses at last Thursday’s Congressional hearing about a bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks gestation was Dr. Anthony Levatino of New Mexico. He had performed about 1,200 abortions before reassessing his career after the loss of his daughter in a tragic car accident. The bill in question is called […]

If wantedness determines value, newborn’s rescuers wasted time

[W]hat’s notable is that rescuers recognized that this baby’s life was a life worth saving. His mother may have intended to discard and kill him, but those who freed him recognized that the mother’s desire for her child does not determine that child’s value. Ironically, here in the United States – where our human rights […]

Pro-life news brief 5-29-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • The mother of a newborn child found in a sewer pipe in China allegedly alerted her landlord to the child’s presence. She claims she tried to catch the child after delivering him but he slipped into the pipe:

    The state-run, Hangzhou-based newspaper Dushikuaibao said police became suspicious when they found baby toys and blood-tained toilet paper in the 22-year-old woman’s rented room, in the building where Saturday’s rescue occurred in eastern China.

    The woman, whose name was not revealed in state media reports, confessed to police when they asked her to undergo a medical checkup.

    The woman told police she could not afford an abortion and secretly delivered the child Saturday afternoon in the toilet. She said she tried to catch the baby but he slipped into the sewer line and that she alerted her landlord of the trapped baby after she could not pull the child out, the state-run, Jinhua-based Zhezhong News said.


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