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Stanek weekend Q: How to respond to assertion abortion isn’t in the Bible?

Pray-In

Rev. Harry Knox, CEO of The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, recently posted an op ed at Talking Points Memo, using the Bible to support abortion as an act of†compassion.

Ironically, the photo accompanying his piece included me, from a†day earlier this year when pro-life activists†conducted a prayerful sit-in at Speaker Boehner’s office, which resulted in arrest.

From Knox’s piece:

Stanek weekend Q: Explain breathtaking liberal blind spot on abortion vs animal cruelty?

These tweets are literally posted one on top the other in pro-abortion Democrat Ted Deutch’sTwitter feed:

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The practice of animal crushing is a sexual fetish of the sickest kind.

About his introduction of the PACT Act,†Rep. Deutch wrote:

Stanek weekend Q: Is feminism losing to multiculturalism?

article-1319804-0B952A16000005DC-450_306x423The hypocrisy of feminists when it comes to the true war on women in Muslim cultures is on flagrant display.

On a daily basis we hear of atrocities committed against women, or shocking prejudices displayed against women, to utter silence on the Left.

Meanwhile, feminists find†ghost sexism in every nook and cranny of the West.

I had†chalked†their hypocrisy up to abhorrence of†Judeo-Christian values to the point of absurdly supporting Islamic values.

But an April 30 article by M. G. Oprea at The Federalist†entitled, “Feminism is losing its cage fight with multiculturalism,” points to something much more obvious:

Stanek weekend Q: Do you agree “abortion-centered feminism is dying”?

Quoting from US News & World Report, April 17: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in the opening days of her presidential candidacy and in the veiled statements that preceded it, suggested her platform would focus at least in part on the economic issues that affect women Ė equal pay, paid family leave, minimum wage […]

Stanek wkend Q: What questions should media ask Democrats on abortion?

This week Senator Rand Paul turned a question by an AP reporter attempting to brand him as a pro-life extremist back on him by asking: Why donít we ask the DNC: Is it OK to kill a 7-pound baby in the uterus? You go back and go ask (Democrat National Committee head) Debbie Wasserman-Schultz if […]

Stanek weekend Q: What should a “pro-choice display” include?

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University of Texas-Arlington pro-abortion students have tried shutting down the Pro-Life Mavericks’ cross display with both petitions and vandalism, but to no avail.

They’ve now decided if they can’t beat ’em, they’ll join ’em. From The Shorthorn, March 21:

Stanek weekend Q: Pro-lifers, do you care if you’re liked?

In a March 13 LifeSiteNews.com article, Canadian pro-life activist Jonathon van Maren quoted Center for Bio-Ethical Reform leader Gregg Cunningham’s observation, that “liked reformers are rarely effective and effective reformers are rarely liked. I often think of this, for obvious reasons, sometimes referring back in my mind to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which lists the […]

Stanek weekend Q: What if it had been pro-life activists who mailed that “glitter bomb”?

From JournalStar.com, March 5: Lincoln police are investigating who sent a so-called glitter bomb letter to Congressman Jeff Fortenberry’s Lincoln office Wednesday. The glitter was in a standard envelope sent to the office at 301 S. 13th St. and was “unleashed” when the envelope was opened about noon, Lincoln Police Sgt. Brian Agnew said. The […]


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