pro-lifeby Kelli

  • Right to Life of Michigan reports that Democrats in the U.S. Senate “voted to block the Justice for Victims of Human Trafficking Act because it did not include abortion funding.”
  • At ProWomanProLife, Andrea Mrozek points out a “mistake pro-lifers frequently make” – assuming that a woman experiencing an unplanned pregnancy really cares about whether or not she is carrying another human being:

    If you ask counsellors who see a lot of women facing unplanned pregnancies, they will confirm that fetal development is not something women are asking about. I believe it would be wise to recognize this as the pro-life movement….

    A woman in this situation, she says, is most concerned about her own survival.


  • Survivors has a good post on how to answer the hard pro-life questions, like, “Would you force a woman to carry her rapist’s child?”

    The other day, I got into an hour-long conversation about abortion with a man and a woman. They seemed interested to get their questions answered and to find out my views and the team’s views on abortion and the hard questions. As we moved through our discussion, we came to the conclusion that since the fetus has human parents and is growing, it must be a living human being. Abortion, they agreed, is wrong since it would kill that living human being, but they had one major issue with our cause that was preventing us from moving further in our discussion. Their biggest issue was rape.

    “What about rape? Would you force a woman to carry her rapist’s child? What if the woman looks into her child’s eyes and sees her rapist? It’s hardly even a child to her, it’s a monster. Why can’t she get an abortion to be rid of the monster?”

    How would you answer this question?

  • Wesley J. Smith shares some shocking (but not altogether unpredictable) news out of Belgium:

    A study out of Flanders, published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that 18% of patients deaths come either from lethal injection/assisted suicide or from being put into a deep coma and left to die.

    “Recent Trends in Euthanasia and Other End-of-Life Practices in Belgium,” reports that 6.3% of Flanders’ deaths involved “physician-assisted death.”…

    If the same percentages were applied to the United States, it would mean that roughly 150,000 would die yearly from euthanasia/assisted suicide (6% of 2.5 million annual USA deaths) – and a whopping 450,000 when terminal sedation was included.


  • Secular Pro-Life has discovered that an abortion clinic may have actually violated a Disney trademarked service:

    For those of you who haven’t visited a Disney park, FastPass is a program that allows you to skip to the front of the line for rides. In essence, it saves your place in line while you do other things in the park. It’s a free service.

    That is not the description you’ll find on the South Wind Women’s Center website….

    Front of the line for your abortion! Enjoy fond memories of your family summer vacation!

    Unsurprisingly, Disney has trademarked the FastPass name. It has a small army of intellectual property lawyers and takes this kind of thing very seriously. I have made them aware.

[Images via Survivors and Disney/Secular Pro-Life]

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