Entries Tagged ‘IN’

Abortionist’s wife gone wild – with lawnmower

How do you spend your holidays? Members of an IN pro-life activist group called Intercessors for Life spend theirs picketing the Noblesville, IN, home of abortionist Michael S. King, who slices and dices at 3 Planned Parenthood mills in Indianapolis. View video here of their November 26, 2009 picket. Word to the wise: a lawnmower […]

Democrats losing the “God” vote

When you look at “tickling the ears.”) But now they’re back, as the aforementioned and following polls indicate, but it’s not a phenomenon pro-lifers should take for granted. Part of our strategy must be to cement the fickle pro-life beliefs of the mushy middle. Obama has also given us an opening to attract liberal Jews….

Pro-abort pressure fails: Lilith Fair keeps pregnancy care centers on list of charities

First, what is the Facebook page…

TV show Family Guy: “Terri Schiavo, The Musical”

UPDATE, 6:55p: The Schindler family has issued a Family Guy opened with a truly shocking scene: a preschool school play entitled, “Terri Schiavo, The Musical.” Watch the 1st 5 minutes, and see for yourself. WARNING: Vulgar… The rest of the episode

Pro-life Democrat voting stats on healthcare bill

Noteworthy… The only pro-life Democrat to change his vote from a yes to a no due to the failure to include the Stupak-Pitts amendment was Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-IL), pictured left. (Lipinski is the congressman for the district in which Christ Hospital, my former employer, is located. His father, Congressman Bill Lipinski, was a co-sponsor […]

Saturday night’s all right for fighting: Stupak bloc still holding; Dems bluffing?

From

Susan B. Anthony List launches $250k weekend tv ad campaign targeting undecideds

Got this press release yesterday: Today the

“Some anti-abortion Democrats soften stances”

Either we’re starting to lose ground, or the other side is bluffing and trying to make it look like we’re starting to lose ground. I will say the person sending me this article only sends me stuff he thinks is serious. Whatever, please make your calls, send your emails, protest at offices, etc. Coming down […]


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