pro-lifeby Kelli

  • Abstinence Clearinghouse points out how the Boston Globe surprisingly admits that part of the nation’s abortion decline is likely due to “an ’empathy-driven reaction’ for all of the Americans that grew up in a world of vivid ultrasound images and miraculous neonatal medicine for preemies.”
  • At Live Action News, Susan Michelle promotes the upcoming #ProlifeYouth tweetfest, to be held on Thursday, June 25th. The goal is to engage more people in the pro-life movement and to “show the world that youth are pro-life, contrary to what the media portrays.”


  • Culture Campaign highlights the recent march in Selma, Alabama, across the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge “as pro-lifers from across America protested Dr. Samuel Lett who continues to perform unlicensed abortions in Selma.” Among the marchers were Dr. Alveda King, Star Parker (both pictured left), and AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest. Women are dying at the hands of unaccountable abortionists, and this march was meant to send the message that #BlackWomenMatter.
  • Down on the Pharm mentions a new drone program meant to smuggle abortion pills into countries where abortion is illegal. Women on Waves, the same group that sails women into international waters for abortions, is behind the program:

    Women on Waves plans to… drop packages of mifepristone and misoprostol combos to targets in Slubice, Poland. Women there are expected to take the pills, which frequently don’t complete the abortion process. Without medical oversight, they will manage their side effects, ranging from hemorrhage, infection, and death, in the privacy of their own abodes….

    Most certainly, the women who use the drone dropped pills will be facing legal consequences in Poland, if they reveal the information when they appear at hospitals to manage disastrous outcomes. This, of course will inhibit women from seeking medical care, as they would if they lost a baby through natural causes.


  • American Life League’s Judie Brown says it isn’t just conservative pro-lifers who see the connections between the pro-abortion and pro-gay marriage movements – it’s those movements themselves:

    We live in a nation that values diversity and choice no matter who suffers or how offensive we are toward God. Ryan Bomberger, founder of the Radiance Foundation, recently pointed out that many see the abortion rights movement and the gay rights movement as a united front. He wrote “I can’t see the (co-opted) rainbow colors of the LGBT movement’s flag without seeing the blood that drips from the fabric of its hypocrisy. You can’t demand ‘equality’ while proudly stripping it away from millions of others. No one should ever take pride in violence. It diminishes all of us—born and unborn.”

    The proponents of America’s cultural slide toward hedonism are effective because the vast majority of people seem mesmerized, if not hypnotized, by the idea that everybody should be allowed to do what he wants, regardless of the price the innocent or misguided might have to pay….

    Ryan Bomberger’s points must be taken seriously in this war with evil. Regarding Planned Parenthood, he writes, “The nation’s soon-to-be-leading-national-abortion-chain promoted homosexuality as a means to reduce our population, not to illuminate any kind of equality or worth of an individual.” He goes on to say, “Planned Parenthood is so enmeshed in the ‘gay rights’ movement, it’s hard to separate the abortion chain from this political juggernaut. LGBTQPP activists, as Lambda Legal articulated, see the freedom to choose abortion and the freedom to choose sexuality as a political and inseparable marriage.”

[Photos via Saynsumthn’s Blog,]

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