Entries Tagged ‘feministing’

Jivin J’s Life Links 7-23-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, FactCheck.org notes that pro-life groups had good reason to be concerned with abortion being covered in high risk pools: We can see what caused abortion opponents to be concerned. An official solicitation issued by the PA Insurance Department specified that abortions “will” be covered if they are legal under […]

Feminists decry “The Pill Kills the Environment Day”; only politically correct toxins allowed

I am one of American Life League’s BigJournalism.com on this…

Feministing: “The pro-choice movement would fail without young women”

Richer irony comes on the heels of the Feministing, aggravated by pro-abort warhorses complaining that young people aren’t engaged, wrote a response entitled, “The pro-choice movement would fail without young women.” Where to begin? I could remind Jessica that half of those aborted are female, sharply cutting into her prospect list. But wait, I’d be […]

Yahoo’s politically incorrect slip about pregnant Olympic athlete

The 2nd line of this

Jivin J’s Life Links 1-15-10

by this and cover of In Touch magazine featuring Sarah and Bristol Palin (along with their children) with the headline: “We’re glad we choose life.”

China’s abortion-induced gender imbalance

To the right is one of AOL’s headline stories this morning. The “practice” is, of course, abortion. Even the liberal Aljazeera are noting a

Obama supports abortion tax in Senate healthcare plan

We know there is a disparity between the House and Senate healthcare plans on abortion coverage. The House plan draws a clear line of demarcation: No public funded abortions either directly or indirectly. The Senate plan includes an abortion tax, as outlined in the corroborated by pro-abortion DHHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius): On Page 41 (lines […]

Latest feminist cause: Prostitutes’ rights

I don’t know, I just don’t know. The world is a backward place. Lori at


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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