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Pro-life blog buzz 9-2-14

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

  • Americans United for Life board member Monique Chireau was quoted in a piece at the New York Times, but AUL says the NYT failed to report some pertinent information:

    Abortion data in the United States is VOLUNTARILY reported by abortionists – and some states don’t report at all.

    In contrast to most important health indicators – births, deaths, cancer, HIV, STDs, etc. – there is no national reporting law requiring that abortions or their complications be reported to national health officials or agencies. Our model legislation has been designed to address this void. And to require women and girls be given all the information available before having an abortion or taking a life-ending drug.

Pro-life news brief 11-20-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • A Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Pennsylvania has temporarily halted surgical abortions until they can comply with the state regulations for abortion clinics.
  • Three pro-life student groups have been recognized at universities in Australia. For some oh-so-tolerant pro-choicers, this could be dangerous:

    The National Union of Students opposes the group, and president Donherra Walmsley said she would be watching closely to see if the movement continued to expand.

    “Whether it will spread outside NSW is the next big question for us,” Ms Walmsley said.

    “Students should be allowed freedom of expression, but our concern is, despite what they’ve said, these clubs do appear to be promoting an explicitly pro-life agenda.

    Imagine that, a pro-life group promoting a pro-life agenda. The horror!

Stanek weekend question: Can we discuss minority abortion genocide without being called racist?

Maya at Feministing wrote on September 20:

Wow. We’ve seen horribly racist anti-choice ads targeting African American and Latina women in recent years, but this might take the cake. Native American students at the University of New Mexico organized a protest after graphic anti-abortion posters popped up on campus that read “Abortion Extinction. Today, an Indian boy was killed the Indian way. Hey ya hey!”

Here’s news video…

Three abortion groups admit sex-selective abortion a problem in U.S.

Until now pro-abortion groups have opposed state and federal bans against sex selective abortions by simply denying they exist, for instance Jezebel only six days ago:

[I]n the U.S., there’s no evidence or noteworthy numbers to indicate that women are having abortions based on the sex of the infant….

Apparently, abortion industry leaders have decided they can no longer carry on the ruse. Public opinion is so persuaded against sex-selective abortion, the other side must have decided they have to enter the conversation in order to remain players and try to influence the outcome.

The first to fall was Guttmacher Institute in its Spring 2012 Policy Review, published sometime after May 1:

Life Links 5-11-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell leveled the name “forces of darkness” at people opposed to America’s leading abortion provider while speaking at a Planned Parenthood fundraiser.
  • An Indian woman was found alive after being thrown into a river with her arms and legs bound. She was allegedly tortured and thrown in the river after refusing to have an abortion:

    The woman had reportedly worked as a domestic help for the Bhubaneswar-based retired district judge, Sameer Ray for five years and had allegedly married his only son, Satyabrat. The marriage was reportedly never accepted by the family. According to the victim, she told the family that she was pregnant when they decided to fix Satyabrat’s marriage with someone else. The family then allegedly hired goons to eliminate her.

(Prolifer)ations 1-20-12

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. At Catholic Herald, Barbara Curtis recalls her own story of transformation from a pro-abortion feminist (viewing her “right to choose” as “a sacrament”) […]

Life Links 11-8-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Pittsburgh area abortion protester and sidewalk counselor Meredith Parente. Parente is accused of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Act for allegedly shoving two abortion clinic escorts. Looking over the FACE Act, I’m struggling to see how shoving volunteer […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 7-22-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat A district court judge has issued a temporary restraining order on legislation in North Dakota which would have prevented the off-label use of the RU-486 abortion drug. Testimony is over in the ethics case against Phill Kline: During a break in testimony, Kline said actions by [lead juror […]


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