Entries Tagged ‘Center for Bio-Ethical Reform’

BREAKING: Johns Hopkins grants rights to student pro-life group

breakingnews2The Thomas More Law Center has announced that the Student Government Association Judiciary Committee of Johns Hopkins University issued a unanimous decision last night overturning an SGA ruling of March 24 that denied recognition to Voice for Life as an official student club of the school.

Pro-life blog buzz 3-1-13

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

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  • Live Action comments on the recent Al Jazeera appearance of Lila Rose, who was the sole representative of the pro-life cause on the program. Rose was pitted against several abortion supporters, including Katie Stack (formerly of MTV’s “No Easy Decision”), who is now employed as a clinic escort yet seems to be both struggling with and seeking to justify her past abortion:

Pro-life blog buzz 2-1-13

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

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  • Abstinence Clearinghouse happily reports that the controversial Oxygen show, “All My Babies’ Mamas”, is being cancelled before its debut and is no longer in development. The show would have showcased rapper Shawty Lo’s relationships, which resulted in 11 children with 10 different women. Many pro-family groups – including several in the African American community – expressed disgust with the concept of the show. Star Parker remarked:

    The destruction of the black family in only 40 years is not normal and it should not treated as entertainment for vulnerable children and young women. The consequences of living without responsibility perpetuates poverty and it’s cruel.

Pro-life blog buzz 11-13-12

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

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  • Live Action looks at Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards’ post-election interview with the Huffington Post. She suggests that the Republican party return to former President Richard Nixon’s family planning program initiatives.

    Interestingly, audio tapes have now made public the knowledge that Nixon was a racist and saw family planning as a way to control the African-American population. Others have reported that Nixon was pro-choice in his thinking, and he shared the same eugenic agenda at the root of Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger.

Wisconsin: Abortion planes incoming

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform announced today it will fly 50′ x 100′ aerial billboards displaying photographs of first trimester, ten-week-old aborted babies over Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Racine and Waukesha, Wisconsin, from November 2 through Election Day, November 6:

Masked abortionist threatens legal action for exposure

Denver abortionist Reid Goodman really, really doesn’t want anyone to know he commits abortions at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, so much so that he wears a mask to work. Looks somewhat like Jason’s.

This is because Goodman is part of a legitimate practices, Mile High OB/GYN (although it, too, commits abortions).

Pro-life activist Tony Massey discovered Goodman had posted a promotional video for his practice on YouTube (removed this past weekend).

Tony decided to juxtapose Goodman’s happy face (pictured left) with his masked face (pictured above right) in his own video

Abortion chain claims it’s broke, cannot reimburse for failed lawsuit

Attorneys for a chain of three Michigan late-term abortion clinics are claiming their client cannot afford to pay $350,000 in attorney fees to lawyers who successfully defended Gregg Cunningham and the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform in Northland’s frivolous lawsuit against them.

In 2011 Northland Family Planning Centers sued CBR for posting what it called “the most shocking 4-minute abortion debate you will ever see,” which juxtaposed a video produced by Northland touting “the goodness” of abortion with cuts showing the reality of abortion.

Northland claimed copyright infringement, and CBR counterclaimed protection under the Fair Use trademark law.

Six weeks ago Judge James Selna of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California dismissed Northland’s lawsuit on a Motion for Summary Judgment, meaning he thought Northland’s case was too weak to even bring to trial.

Because Northland’s case was deemed frivolous, attorneys at the American Freedom Law Center, which represented CBR, filed a petition for award of its fees of $350,000.

Breaking: Federal judge dismisses abortion clinic’s lawsuit against pro-life group for video parody

Read my previous posts on this here and here. In January 2011 the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform posted what it called “the most shocking 4-minute abortion debate you will ever see.” CBR juxtaposed a video produced by Northland Family Planning Centers touting “the goodness” of abortion with video cuts showing the reality of abortion. Northland […]


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