Entries Tagged ‘Dallas’

Abortion supporters alarmed by surge in abortion clinic closings

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The growing number of abortion clinic closures in recent years has apparently reached critical mass. Liberals and the mainstream media are taking notice with alarm.

And either the clinics are closing at such a fast pace abortion supporters can’t keep up, or there have been so many they can’t count them all.

Either way, They can’t get the numbers straight. And it’s all good.

Think Progress, August 26:

TX pro-abortion bus tour cancels last stop; orange uprising was staged

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So today’s the big day, the culmination of recent pro-life efforts in Texasto ban abortions after 20 weeks and enact stricter abortion industry regulations. From the Associated Press:

Live Action “Inhuman” investigative video #5: hotel room abortions

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Today Live Action released the fifth in its Inhuman investigative video series on late-term abortions in America.

LA’ new video exposes an abortionist at Southwestern Women’s Options abortion clinicin Albuquerque, New Mexico, admitting that part of the process of a late-term abortion may be delivering one’s expectantly dead baby alone in a hotel room (beginning at 3:55) – but in that event, for goodness sakes, don’t call 911….

Andy Moore: Speaking for the speechless on two continents

Many of you know the story of my son-in-law, Andy Moore. But you may not know what he’s been up to since marrying my daughter Daena and settling in America. Today New Zealand’s Sunday-Star Times features a full-page spread on Andy.

Apparently immigrating to the U.S. has only increased Andy’s public persona back home. The Lord is giving Andy a louder voice in New Zealand than he had while living there! I know Andy gets homesick and hope knowing this brings him comfort. The Lord works in mysterious yet wonderful ways!

The article is quite good. I’m very proud of my SIL. Read below the screen shot.

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The article:

Obama’s contraceptive mandate sparks nationwide demonstrations

 On March 23 at high noon thousands of Americans will gather in over 60 cities with one simple message for President Obama: Back away from the First Amendment. On that day pro-life and religious groups will gather at federal buildings in Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and more to demonstrate in […]

“You need to be out here”

I met Andrew Smith 12 years ago when he worked at Priests for Life in New York. It wasn’t long before he became one of my bffs. The pro-life world is a small place. Andrew ended up in Dallas, Texas, where his wife Jacquelyn (who he met at a pro-life conference – she was working […]

(Prolifer)ations 10-25-11

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. US News and Hot Air report on ousted Ohio Democratic Rep. Steve Driehaus, who is now suing the Susan B. Anthony List because […]

Life Links 10-21-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat UK’s The Guardian is covering the news of a Chinese woman’s death after a forced abortion. The story was broken by Women’s Rights without Frontiers. Pro-life legislation passed in Russia’s parliament: The law passed on Friday limits abortions to 12 weeks of pregnancy except for women who […]


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