Entries Tagged ‘NARAL NY’

Pro-life news brief 6-29-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Deng Jiyuan, the husband of the Chinese woman who was forced into a 7-month abortion has resurfaced in Beijing after leaving his hometown and is seeking help to get his wife released from the local hospital:

    Despite her requests to leave, Ms. Feng has been held in Shanxi Zhenping County Hospital watched over by local government officials, since being forced to abort her seven-month-old fetus on June 2.

    In a sign that local officials may be bending to public pressure, Ms. Feng’s sister-in-law, Deng Jicai, said by phone Friday evening that doctors had told her Ms. Feng would be released from the hospital following a final check up on Saturday. “Right now there is no one blocking us from leaving,” Ms. Deng said. “Those government people have been gone since yesterday.”

New York pro-aborts bicker over bill authorizing late-term abortions

10% of all U.S. abortions are committed in the State of New York. (NY Dept. of Health’s latest figures have it at 118.381 abortions annually.) But that’s not enough. Even though pro-aborts consistently downplay the number of late-term abortions, NY pro-aborts want the gateway opened for more. Although the US Supreme Court in 1973 basically […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-22-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, has been found guilty of killing his girlfriend after she had an abortion against his wishes. A Eleanor Clift writes in Politics Daily about EMILY’s List and how the change in leadership also has supposedly changed their endorsement criteria…

  

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