Entries Tagged ‘Africa’

New Ebola Czar believes in population control

by Carder I think, I think the top leadership issue in the world today is how to deal with the continuing, growing population of the world and all the resource demands it places on the world and uh uh burgeoning populations in Africa and Asia that lack the resources to have a happy healthy life […]

Pro-life blog buzz 10-14-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • American Life League’s Judie Brown contrasts the indifference toward the slaughter of 3,000 humans daily by abortion in America to the outcry over the euthanasia of an Ebola patient’s dog in Spain. Brown is a dog lover, but even she was shocked at the huge response to save the life of one animal:

    Here is the first sentence of a news report that came to my attention recently: “With more than 3,400 people dead in west Africa and 7,500 infected in the latest Ebola outbreak, 300,000 people sign a petition demanding action… to save an infected dog.” This was twice as many people as those who signed a petition demanding a cure be found for the deadly virus….

    As it turns out, the dog was “put down” Wednesday by Madrid’s regional government. But the fact of the matter is that the plight of this one pet generated more interest and involvement than a single preborn child threatened and then killed by the act of abortion.

    There is something dramatically wrong with this picture.

Abortion backers launch “Taco or Beer Challenge,” because ice water is so cold and wet

2014-08-25_1128Around the world, famous and nonfamous people alike are filming themselves dumping or having dumped ice water on their heads in the new fad called the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

The dunkee then pays it forward by challenging others to do the same. Party poopers are supposed to donate $100 to the cause.

Pro-lifers oppose donating to the ALS Association because it supports research of human embryos and aborted fetal cells.

Our opposition has even made national news, which is helpful in bringing attention to ALSA’s deadly research.

Pro-lifers are still enjoying the ice bucket challenge, they just donate to ethical causes. My own pastor took the challenge this weekend, asking people to donate to a clean water initiative in Africa.

But then there are abortion supporters.

Pro-life blog buzz 11-19-13

by Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • At Coming Home, Dr. Gerard Nadal shares some thoughts on the abortion industry’s opposition to admitting privileges and certification for abortionists:

    … [D]o we see the surgeons militating for lower standards of care, less accountability, no admitting privileges? These are the truly essential, not optional, lifesaving surgeries.

    And what of the cosmetic surgeons, whose procedures are elective? Do we see them militating for lower standards of accountability?

    Why is it that the abortion lobby consistently militates for lower standards of care, of accountability?…

    Wasn’t this supposed to be about taking abortions out of the hands of butchers and providing the highest standard of care for women?

(Prolifer)ations 10-7-11

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. Personhood USA, our newest blog addition, links to an editorial by Gualberto Garcia Jones, explaining reasons for supporting the Personhood movement. Jones writes: […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 7-5-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The UK’s Department of Health has finally released late term abortion statistics: The Dept. of Health statistics, which go back almost a decade, were released after a 6-year legal battle. They reveal that between 2002 and 2010 there were 17,983 terminations on the grounds that there was a […]

Save your health, life, and country: abort!

In Ethiopia – one of the poorest countries in Africa, with a per capita GDP of $398 – abortion is covered in their public health service because the government recognizes that fertility control is crucial to a woman’s health and survival, her children’s health and survival, and ultimately, her country’s development. But the United States, […]

Sexploitation symmetry: Come here to conceive, go there to incubate

From Slate, August 23: Reproductive tourism in India is now a half-a-billion-dollar-a-year industry, with surrogacy services offered in 350 clinics across the country since it was legalized in 2002. The primary appeal of India is that it is cheap, hardly regulated, and relatively safe. Surrogacy can cost up to $100,000 in the US, while many […]


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