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Jivin J’s Life Links 10-18-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat A UK man with multiple sclerosis set his flat on fire after his girlfriend refused to have an abortion. Susan Boyle’s mother was supposedly advised to abort her: International singing sensation Susan Boyle has revealed that she could have been aborted as a baby in her mother’s womb […]

Down to the wire: Pro-life help needed to block taxpayer funding of human embryo research

Pro-taxpayer funded embryonic stem cell research supporter Sen. Tom Harkin held a stacked (only 1 opponent allowed) pro-escr hearing today and said this, according to Bloomberg: Congress will intervene if a U.S. court rules that federal funding for research using human embryonic stem cells is illegal, Senator Tom Harkin said…. Harkin, an Iowa Democrat and […]

Breaking: Appeals court suspends embryonic stem cell research ban during Obama’s appeal

UPDATE, 1:43p: Statement by our side’s attorneys: We are not surprised that the court granted the government a short administrative stay.  The Order itself makes clear that: “The purpose of this administrative stay is to give the court sufficient opportunity to consider the merits of the emergency motion for stay and should not be construed […]

The healthcare issue: As dead as the deer in “Tommy Boy”

I was in a workshop yesterday when the speaker announced Nancy Pelosi had declared the healthcare bill dead. That’s not exactly what I’m reading this morning, although lots of what I’m reading is good. I had a chance last night to ask Rep. Mike Pence what he’d been hearing. As the 3rd ranking Republican House […]

Weekend question: What will the outcome of Tuesday’s elections mean?; plus Scozzafava updates

UPDATE, 11/1, 4:55p: Fallen GOP NY-23 candidate Dede Scozzafava endorsed Democrat Bill Owens today. According to


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