Entries Tagged ‘American Idol’

Simon Cowell: Fatherhood “puts things in perspective”

by Carder Maybe because it puts things in perspective having two people in my life who I am responsible for. There were times last year when I would live in two rooms, y’know kitchen and bedroom, in your house. It is a weird existence when you live on your own…. On the phone all night, […]

Sad news: Inspirational pro-life blogger passes away

I’m so sad to report one of the bloggers we feature in our top blogs section (right side of home page) has passed away.

(Prolifer)ations 10-4-11

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. Down on the Pharm points out the inconsistencies in the Obama administration’s concerns over food safety (tainted cantaloupes recently caused 13 deaths and […]

Singer Fantasia announces pregnancy

And I share this with you because I can relate to you. For a while I walked around thinking, ‘What will they say? What will they think about me?’ But now I tell you, I don’t live my life for folk. So I tell you, this child that I carry, God has given me this […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-4-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat At National Review, Kevin Burke writes about Aerosmith lead-singer and American Idol judge Steven Tyler’s (pictured below left) experience with abortion which was cited in the band’s autobiography: When Miss Holcomb and Tyler conceived a child, his longtime friend Ray Tabano convinced Tyler that abortion was the only […]

Fantasia’s post-abortion suicide attempt

I’ve not followed the life and times of Fantasia Barrino, American Idol’s 2004 Season 3 winner. But when I read the tragic revelation last week that Fantasia attempted to kill herself in August following an abortion, I brought myself up to speed. Little did LifeNews.com know the backstory when originally reporting Fantasia’s suicide attempt, particularly […]

Abortion activist complains, “There aren’t enough of us”

On the Serena Freewomyn (pictured right) wrote a post entitled, “An appeal to the silent majority.” At 1st I was confused. We’re not so silent. And what in the world could Serena want from us? Oh, wait, Serena was speaking to her own peeps? She must not have gotten

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-26-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Guttmacher Institute has a study on OB/GYNs who planned on performing abortions once they started practicing but didn’t: … The majority were unable to provide abortions because of formal and informal policies imposed by their private group practices, employers and hospitals, as well as the strain that doing so […]


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