Entries for August, 2013

GOP’s pro-life weapon is liberals’ biggest target for 2016

Liberals are smart. They target our greatest weapons. But too many Republicans see our greatest weapons as our greatest weaknesses. Our pro-life stance is one of our greatest weapons, but the moderates in our party discourage us from knowing how to effectively use our great artillery. The moderates say we need to stay away from […]

Refuting the false claim that babies don’t survive abortions

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RH Reality Check’s Andrea Grimes and Sharona Couttwrote a piece last week deeming it a “myth” that babies survive abortions:

Pro-life blog buzz 8-27-13

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

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  • At Live Action News, Calvin Freiburger warns abortion advocates not to party too much over RH Reality Check’s (I’m sure totally nonbiased) analysis claiming abortion is completely safe and already extremely regulated, so pro-life legislation is a waste of time:

    … A-OKs from state agencies don’t automatically settle the issue. No pro-lifer denies that the average abortionist has basic common sense about avoiding punishment and lawsuits, getting paid, or ensuring repeat customers. The bigger issue is that when abortionists do skirt the rules, liberal government officials and abortion movement leaders can’t be trusted to hold them accountable.

    The least-acknowledged detail of the Kermit Gosnell case, after all, is that both the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the National Abortion Federation deliberately ignored Gosnell since the early 1990s. Indeed, when faced with those supposedly-nonexistent born-alive abortions, the current occupant of the White House decided nothing should be done about them.

Pro-life video of the day: Abortion rage

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We’ve all heard of road rage: sudden bursts of anger because of supposed slights by another motorist. Some also can’t control themselves around others with differing points of view.

Donna Holman knows this quite well from past experience – and most recently from her experience on the morning of August 21 when she was protesting in front of a Planned Parenthood in Iowa City, Iowa. Mrs. Holman, of Missionaries to the Preborn of Iowa, was struck in the back of her shoulder by a man, sending the literature she was holding to the ground. He then kept walking without saying a word.

Radical pro-abortion professors push for more hospital abortions

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In a statement set to be published in the September issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 100 ob-gyns condemn new state restrictions on abortion as a “political regression.” The article… criticizes hospitals for relinquishing abortion to stand-alone clinics that are easily targeted by abortion activists, and calls on the medical community to integrate the procedure into women’s-health services and medical training.

March for Life expands direction

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With attendance estimated to range between 200,000 to 500,000, the March for Life is the largest annual civil rights event in the world.

NellieatpodiumFor 40 years, founder Nellie Gray, pictured right, dedicated herself to the March for Life. “The last call she made before she died was about the March,” new M4L president Jeanne Monahan told me in an interview. Jeanne was appointed to her position after Nellie passed away in August 2012.

Jeanne and her team are now exploring ways to expand on Nellie’s vision and to capitalize on the innate power M4L holds. With advances online, in texting, and social media, I’ve hoped for the day when M4L would tap into the strength of its vast yearly crowd of mostly young people to promote the sanctity of life year-round in a greater capacity. Jeanne agrees. “We want to make March for Life a year-round thing,” she quipped.

Pro-life vid of the day: Kanye West debuts photo of baby girl North

by LauraLoo Kanye West was the special guest on Kris Jenner’s new show (Kris) .  He debuted the first photo of his daughter with fiancee Kim Kardashian. Their daughter (North West) is nicknamed Nori. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IciJbbIi300[/youtube] Not only does Nori look just like Kim, she’s even decked out like Kim in black (for that matter, Kanye too).  […]

Pro-life Catholic blasts liberal bishops’ agenda

BishopsYou liberal bishops have helped create this culture of death directly, by the work of your own hands. Don’t think that the blood of those babies, of those souls that fall into Hell because of their evil sexual practices will not weigh in the scales against you on your judgment day….

You have supported a political system which has brought morality in this country to its knees and made a virtuous life the butt of jokes. Yes, you! Do you think you will escape responsibility for your deeds and their consequences – your sins of omission and commission – what you have done and what you have failed to do?


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