Entries Tagged ‘Arlen Specter’

Playing pro-life political chess

  Guest post by Joel Brind, Ph.D. Many pro-lifers donít trust Rick Santorum because of his 2004 support of Arlen Specter for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania in the 2004 primary election. On its face, it appears that Rick wandered off the reservation and put party before life by endorsing pro-abortion Specter against pro-life Pat Toomey. […]

Stanek endorses Santorum for president

I met Rick Santorum in 2000 when as U.S. senator he sponsored the Born Alive Infants Protection Act. Senator Santorum also sponsored the Partial Birth Abortion Ban, when during Senate debate he discussed my testimony (page S12918). So I have always had a soft spot for Rick Santorum, but not only for his vast pro-life […]

Bachmann, Gingrich spar on Partial Birth Abortion, Planned Parenthood, support of pro-abortion candidates

Last night an issue that infuriates most pro-lifers – that of Republican leadership promoting pro-abortion candidates – arose by means of the most vile example possible: partial birth abortion. During Fox’s Republican presidential debate, Michele Bachmann accused Newt Gingrich of campaigning for pro-pba candidates, and just as bad, of using his power as Speaker of […]

Targeted pro-life Obamacare Democrats: “Nowhere to go for help”

* Make sure you read on to the 2nd article for the shockingly low amount of money Democrats for Life is contributing to its candidates this election cycle. From Time’s Swampland blog on October 6: … At the same time, there has been a parallel movement within the pro-life world this cycle. Just as Tea […]

Embryo research funding bill dead for the year; third bill sponsor fights to keep seat

Arlen Specter (pictured right), the Senate sponsor of a bill that would force taxpayer funded embryo and cloning research, lost his seat several months back. And last week 1 of 2 House sponsors of the same bill, Mike Castle, met his congressional demise. Now I’m thrilled to report the 2nd House sponsor of that bill […]

Sunday funnies 5-23-10

Couldn’t find any political cartoons directly related to our issue this week, although there were many other good ones. Here are my top 5 favs… by Mike Luckovich at Townhall.com…

(Results of) four races to watch on Semi-Super Tuesday

UPDATE, 5/19, 6:23a: Results: Obama: 0-4 (has now lost endorsed races in MA, NJ, VA, PA) AR Democrat US Senate primary: Incumbent Blanche Lincoln faces run-off against Bill Halter, since neither got 50% of the vote KY Republican US Senate primary: Tea Party-supported Rand Paul beat establishment-supported Trey Grayson PA Democrat US Senate primary: Joe […]

Pro-abort (and fake pro-life) Democrats on the run

Wall Street Journal today…


Who Is Jill Stanek?

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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