Entries for September, 2013

Pro-life vid of the day: Meet the Students for Life of America

Wilberforce2013-1024x682by LauraLoo

Today we feature Rachel Bush, a fellow of Students for Life Wilberforce (and a†mentee of†Jill’s) who is a journalism major.† Rachel made a video for one of her classes at the University of Texas. The video highlights the story of Lizzy, one of the young moms at Annunciation Maternity Home

Jenna Bush Hager on ending her maternity leave

After a wonderful summer with few work obligations, but mainly pure, sweet [baby] Mila time; my maternity leave [was] over. It is a day millions of women across America experience every year. It is however, a day I [found] nerve-wracking, and bittersweet… a bit like the first day of school…. I think about the enormous […]

Stanek weekend video: DS super model

karrie-brown_maggie-medema-photography-620x574by Hans Johnson

Karrie Brown has Down Syndrome and autism. In the first week after her birth she suffered kidney failure and her respiratory system crashed. And then there was heart surgery. Though she recovered, her doctor was still not encouraging in her prognosis.

Well, look at her now! The 17-year-old high school junior from Illinois is an honor student who volunteers at the library and the YMCA. And that’s not all.

Pro-life blog buzz 9-27-13

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. Reggie Littlejohn of Women’s Rights without Frontiers addresses claims that China’s one-child policy has ended as “false.” This is the 33rd anniversary of […]

Pro-life vid of the day: Preborn found in jar in classroom

by LauraLoo As reported by Fox4 Fort Myers/Naples, Florida…. A Cape Coral High School teacher made a mysterious discovery upon returning to his classroom after summer vacation. Robert Snyder opened up a cabinet and found ďa human specimen in a mason jar filled with formalin, inside a brown paper bag.”† The preborn was reported to […]

Pro-abortion Eva Longoria not feeling the need to procreate

No, Iím not one of those women thatís like, ĎOh I must procreate!í So, no. I think kids are a product of love, so if you find the right person and you want to have a family with that person then thatís when the time is right… I donít think if Iím 50 and single […]

Pro-life video of the day: IVF procedure done on live TV

article-2430481-183A09E500000578-667_634x412by Hans Johnson

Editor’s Note (9-30-13): The use of this video as an informational piece in no way means that we endorse the use of IVF. IVF is not a pro-life procedure. Hopefully this will put to rest any further questioning on the matter.

Tuesday morning on TODAY, contributor Jessica Menkhausen had eggs removed live on the program. When mixed in a petri dish with her fiance Derek Manion’s sperm, she will have “viable embryos” inserted in her uterus† live on Friday.

This was Tuesday’s segment on TODAY:

New book reveals foundational flaws of Roe v. Wade

clarke-forsytheSuch promises as reduced maternal mortality, divorce and spousal abuse, and the disappearance of “back-alley” abortionists have not materialized.

… [P]rior to the court’s ruling, leading medical associations had been warned about abortion’s many and serious risks. But the Supreme Court, in its 7-2 decisions, simply ignored them. Instead the justices relied, for example, on a flawed 1961 report supposedly attesting to the safety of abortion that was repeated so often it became a mantra. The court swallowed it wholesale….


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