Entries Tagged ‘Google’

Five reasons Mississippi’s personhood initiative lost (aside from the other side’s whopping lies)

As the dust settles after the defeat of Mississippi’s personhood initiative  last week, here are five reasons I think it lost. These  have nothing to do with the whopping lies the other side told. In other words, these are constructive criticisms. I ran my thoughts past Keith Mason of Personhood USA, who took them well. […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-27-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat There appear to be at least a couple of San Francisco supervisors who aren’t raving pro-aborts. Proponents of legislating the advertising activities of pregnancy centers didn’t get everyone on their side: Supervisors, after being briefed by the city attorney, said that in order to mount a strong defense […]

Google “murder,” get “abortion”

Click to enlarge… Googlebombers turn “Abortion” into second result for “Murder” Someone has spoofed Google into making the Wikipedia entry for “abortion” into the second result in searches for “murder.” However you feel about abortion, this Wikipedia page is pretty clearly not the second-most relevant document regarding murder on the entire English-speaking World Wide Web. […]

A Christmas letter to post-abortive mothers

Dear Moms, If you have had an abortion you regret and are in need of help, I am thinking of you this Christmas season. You are always on my mind but this season as family gets together I think of you and wonder if you are remembering a child that might be alive today that […]

Follow-up: Teratoma, schmeratoma; and I’m less worthy than an embryo?

This is in follow-up to my September 4 post, “Holiday Weekend question I: Is embryo testing equatable to animal testing?” I informed Magda that I had posted his/her email and that s/he might find comments helpful. Here was Magda’s response: I’ll let you address Magda’s 2nd paragraph, but I’ll handle the 1st. Magda was complaining […]

Weekend question: Why is “abortion” googled more in pro-life states?

Our pro-abort friends are all a-Twitter this morning about findings of a new study “that Google searches on ‘abortion’ rise in areas with more conservative abortion policies or where the procedure is less available,” as recounted by the Boston Herald. The reason pro-aborts are recommending this reading is because of the authors’ conjecture why, again […]

New Stanek poll: How often do you Google yourself?

I have a new poll question up (lower right side of home page), this week just for fun: How often do you Google yourself? We now know the answers to the previous poll question were no and yes, just as you predicted, as it turns out…

Jeff Bridges, a family man

Last night fellow actors and friends introduced the best/supporting actor/actress Academy Award nominees, which I thought was a nice touch. So Michelle Pfeiffer introduced longtime friend Jeff Bridges, nominee for Best Actor. The 2 became friends when filming


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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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