Entries Tagged ‘New york Magazine’

Cosmo girls: “We hook up, then next day take Plan B together”

She sees social butterflying as part of her job. “That’s where I get my ideas. I don’t get my ideas from reading other people,” she says. “I talked to the daughter of a friend of mine the other day who is at an Ivy League college. And I said, ‘Tell me about life and what’s […]

Pro-life news brief 12-13-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Indiana/Illinois abortionist Ulrich Klopfer will lose his “Physician Designee” in Fort Wayne after failing to quickly report statutory rape and for admitting he encourages victims of statutory rape to go to other states. This means Klopfer may not be able to legally perform abortions in Fort Wayne in the new year:

    The Allen County Patient Safety Ordinance requires that doctors who practice but don’t live in the county to have a relationship with a local doctor who can legally practice in Allen County. State law requires abortion doctors to have local admitting privileges or have entered into an agreement with a physician who has admitting privileges at a hospital in case of an emergency.

    Dr. Geoffrey Cly, OB/GYN, notified Dr. Ulrich Klopfer in a letter dated December 12 that he will no longer serve as the “back-up” physician for Klopfer effective December 31, 2013.

    Big thanks to RH Reality Check for posting the article in which Klopfer admits he encourages victims of statutory rape to go out of state.

Pro-life blog buzz 11-22-13

by Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • Live Action News discusses the Supreme Court’s decision this week to allow a lower court’s ruling to stand, requiring Texas abortionists to have admitting privileges with local hospitals.

Abortion stories reveal “moral bankruptcy” of pro-choice position

by Kelli If the purpose of this article was to assist women to overcome the stigma of abortion, it is hard to imagine that it succeeded. The fact that this article appears four decades after Roe is proof that the decision failed to reset the nation’s conscience on abortion…. For the advocates of abortion, these […]

Pro-life news brief 11-18-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Mollie Hemingway writes about Planned Parenthood’s abortion theater:

    So the question is obvious. If 97% of Planned Parenthood’s services aren’t abortion, why in the world would an abortion regulation cause a dozen Planned Parenthood clinics to close?

    Closing clinics make for great headlines and more dramatic court briefs. But a media mildly more skeptical of savvy public relations campaigns and well-scripted legal wrangling might serve the public a bit more.

Pro-life news brief 7-25-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The Washington Post discovers that most people (including the majority of Democrats) would prefer abortions to be restricted after 20 weeks. The poll also found that only 1% of people volunteered the opinion that abortion should be “always legal” compared to 8% who volunteered “never legal.” Michael J. […]

Author of “Our Bodies, Ourselves”: Post-menopausal pregnancy “irresponsible”

Nancy London finds that she’s in the awkward position of having to reverse herself. As a co-author of Our Bodies, Ourselves, published in 1973 (the year the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Roe v. Wade), London was among those who argued – convincingly – that biology was not destiny, that women should take control of their […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-8-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat According to New York Magazine, George W. Bush’s view on abortion was affected by an incident in which his mother (who is pro-choice) showed him the remains of a child she miscarried. The story will be recounted tonight in an interview on NBC with Matt Lauer: After Barbara […]

  

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