Entries for September, 2013

Stanek weekend video: Give, and it shall be given to you

by Hans Johnson This commercial from Thailand for a cell phone company has an age-old message. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s22HX18wDY[/youtube] Email dailyvid@jillstanek.com with your video suggestions. [HT: TheBlaze]

Pro-life blog buzz 9-20-13

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.

  • Wesley J. Smith explores the dark side of Big Fertility that “has also helped create a destructive view that people not only have a right to a child, but to the child they want.” Besides ethical concerns and the health risks associated with this industry, the failure rate of IVF in the US is almost 70%:

    It is time to rein in the hype and take a more realistic look at the taboos and myths surrounding infertility and science’s ability to “cure” it.Smith recommends instead focusing on the “parentless children” waiting for adoption and a forever home.

Pro-life vid of the day: Legal battle brews over embryos’ future

by LauraLoo As reported by DailyMail UK: A doctor who froze embryos with her boyfriend after she was diagnosed with cancer is now battling him in court after he broke up with her and said he no longer wants children. Karla Dunston, 42, maintains that she has the right to have her biological children and […]

Pro-life video based on singer’s adopted child’s experience

How often do we see the entertainment culture take a stand against abortion — especially one as powerful as John Elefante’s “This Time”? The former lead singer of Kansas offers an incredibly personal missive based on the story of his own adopted daughter in order to bring attention to Online for Life, which works to […]

Pro-life video of the day: Two dads, two choices

Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravensby Hans Johnson

Just before noon on Sunday, quarterback Joe Flacco was with his Baltimore Ravens teammates preparing for the game with the Cleveland Browns when he got a phone call. It was his wife, Dana, calling from a hospital in New Jersey to say she had just given birth to Daniel, their second son.

Flacco was thinking about joking to his coach John Harbaugh that morning that he was going to rush to his wife’s side, though he never intended to do so

IN RTL prez: Failure to report underage abortion raises “red flags”

Klopfer’s failure to report this abortion raises serious red flags about his abortion business. If he fails to send in a one-page form when he does an abortion on a 13-year-old, how can anyone know if he is following state abortion law in other areas such as informed consent, facility standards and appropriately determining the […]

Pro-life vid of the day: The obituary of Marianne Johnson-Reddick

by LauraLoo When a person leaves this earthly life, we hope that our loved ones will have many wonderful things to say about us and how we touched their lives with love and joy. But when Marianne Theresa Johnson-Reddick passed away, her children (whom she ex­posed to her “evil and vio­lent life”) posted a scathing […]

Catholic institution invites pro-abortion speaker to its campus

It would be difficult to find a speaker who contradicts the teaching of the Catholic Church on more levels than Angela Davis [pictured right]. Stalin maybe? She is a notorious feminist, Marxist, communist, socialist who engages in pro-abortion, pro-same-sex “marriage” activism. Yet, despite Davis’ dismal record, Seattle University — a Catholic institution — plans to […]


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