Entries Tagged ‘National Right to Life News’

“House of Cards” episode features photos of abortion victims

House_of_Cards_Season_1_PosterI’m suddenly hearing and reading about the television series, House of Cards, everywhere.

The show’s backdrop, quoting Wikipedia:

Set in present-day Washington, D.C., House of Cards is the story of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), a Democrat from South Carolina… and House Majority Whip who, after getting passed over for appointment as Secretary of State, decides to exact his revenge on those who betrayed him. The series also stars Robin Wright….

House of Cards is produced by Netflix, which releases an entire season all at once for viewing via its livestream service. Netflix dumped all 13 episodes of season two on February 14. This season Underwood has been appointed vice president.

Pro-life blog buzz 12-7-12

by Kelli

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  • Down on the Pharm juxtaposes the story of a man who has been jailed for putting live kittens into a freezer with our own Jill Stanek’s testimony of living aborted children left to die in the soiled utility room at Christ Hospital in a Chicago suburb.

Landmark: House to vote on DC fetal pain ban

I wrote July 19 that the District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR 3803) was in danger of not getting a vote in the House in the final days of session.

But now word comes from National Right to Life that a vote will indeed be held July 31:

Life Links 5-31-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • At the Huffington Post, Cassie Farrell responds to a piece by Canadian abortion proponent Joyce Arthur:

    What Choice Joyce and her cronies need to understand is that their lies simply aren’t cutting it in Canada anymore. Instead of formulating a sound argument, they attack the legitimacy of the debate. However, the debate is on, and isn’t going away until the right to life for all Canadians is acknowledged and ensured.

Abortion makes lonely toys cry on Christmas billboard

An AdWeek blogger is one of those who doesn’t like a new pro-life billboard now on display in Toronto, Canada: OneToronto’s Niagara Region Right to Life organization blames abortion for the “coarsening of politics and civic life,” but they’re the ones guilt-tripping people with sad-toy-themed billboards a week before Christmas. If this is the only […]

Breaking: Judge enjoins NYC rule attacking pregnancy care centers

UPDATE, 1:40p: Just spoke with Tom Glessner, founder of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates and also an attorney, and he had great insights: “The court victories against these anti-pregnancy resource center ordinances serve as a turning point in this legal battle. Let all municipal councils beware that attempts to restrict the free speech […]

Stanek Sunday quote: “It takes three to make a baby: a man, a woman and the Holy Spirit.” ~ Rev. Jesse Jackson, 1977

[O]nly once in a while do the egg and sperm bring about fertilization. Some call that connection accidental, but I choose to call it providential. It takes three to make a baby: a man, a woman and the Holy Spirit…. Human beings cannot give or create life by themselves, it is really a gift from […]

Newly empowered House pro-life leader calls for investigations of Obama/Clinton for exporting abortions worldwide

On December 21 the “worst nightmare” of abortion proponents was realized when pro-life leader Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ) was named chairman of a House subcommittee that is very important to pro-lifers.  I’ll let pro-abort Jane Roberts explain their fears, who wrote at RH Reality Check right after the November election: And if Chris Smith (R-NJ), […]

  

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