Entries for the ‘Video of the day’ Category

Pro-life vid of the day: “There’s a great future for them”

by Hans Johnson Some new non-invasive tests for mother and in-utero child have a “search and prepare” mindset behind them. But last week a Swiss company called Genoma displayed a large ad in Spain (pictured right) for a blood test with the Orwellian name “Tranquility.” Hardly masking its “search and destroy” intent in a country […]

Pro-life vid of the day: Kyler Kiessling’s “hard case” story

by Kelli In this YouTube video, pro-life activist Rebecca Kiessling’s adopted son, Kyler, shares the circumstances surrounding his birth to a drug-addicted young woman. Kyler’s story is considered one of the “hard cases.” In the video, his friend Eogenio Ytuarte from Mexico translates his testimony into Spanish: [youtube]https://youtu.be/lYnPt907Qtw[/youtube] Email dailyvid@jillstanek.com with your video suggestions.

Pro-life vid of day: Pregnant to bringing home baby in 90 seconds

by Kelli YouTube features a viral video from a man who wanted to chronicle his wife’s pregnancy: When I found out my wife was pregnant, I thought it would be a great opportunity to capture her growth via photography, but what I really started to notice was how things started to change around me. [youtube]https://youtu.be/J9hBXvOoS5s[/youtube] […]

Pro-life vid of the day: Frozen ovary restores woman’s fertility

by Hans Johnson A young Congolese immigrant to Belgium was diagnosed with sickle-cell anemia, and when at age 13 a bone-marrow transplant was in order, another procedure was done. Too often chemotherapy can damage or destroy future fertility, so one of her ovaries was removed and frozen. Now recovered a decade later, she asked for […]

Pro-life video of the day: Abortions decline in most states

by Hans Johnson Despite the  frustration of many on the pro-life side, statistics show a decided and steady drop in the number of abortions since 2010 – a 12% average nationwide. While pro-choice advocates will point to better access to birth control (while decrying its unavailability at the same time) as an explanation, they also […]

Pro-life vid of day: Abortion – a human rights debate

by Hans Johnson HEAL (the acronym stands for Human Earth Animal Liberty) is an organization geared to a youth audience. Its main focus appears to be on teen abuse, but encourages activism on a wide range of issues, including environmentalism and animal rights. It shows a definite left of center, anti-Israel and anti-Catholic viewpoint on its […]

Pro-life vid of day: Clinic escorts deny facts from IL DOH report

by Kelli Pro-Life Action League representatives recently visited Albany Medical-Surgical Center, a Chicago late-term abortion facility, and presented the clinic escorts there with information that the facility has been fined $50,000 by the Illinois Department of Health and is operating under a revoked license. Their reaction? What you’d expect. No interest in the facts. Instead, […]

Pro-life vid of the day: Beating cancer with adult stem cells

by Kelli The big push for embryonic stem cell research seems to have taken a nosedive as adult stem cells (which are ethically derived) continue to show amazing advances – advances which were promised yet never materialized from embryonic stem cells. Right to Life of Michigan shares the story of Paul Wagle, who beat cancer […]


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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