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OSU student found guilty of destroying pro-life display

946879_526377030754856_868729005_n In April, Hans posted video of a woman at Ohio State University knocking down signs that had been erected by Created Equal showing the atrocity of abortion.

The vandal was identified as OSU student Calysta Santacroce, and Created Equal filed charges.

On May 7 criminal charges were lowered to “disorderly conduct” on the condition that Santacroce plead guilty and pay restitution of $126 to Created Equal, which she paid in cash that day.

When the judge asked Santacroce to explain herself, she said it had been a bad day, and she  did something she knows she shouldn’t have. “He [CE staff member] provoked me,” Santacroce claimed.

When the judge asked how so, Santacroce responded, “He asked me, ‘What do you think of my signs?’”

Santacroce was fined $50, in addition to the restitution.

Here again is that video. Warning: Profanity

35,000 Obama lovers see truth about abortion

On October 17 President Obama campaigned at Ohio State University in Columbus for beleaguered Gov. Ted Strickland, trailing in the polls to pro-life Republican John Kasich. (Click photos to enlarge.)

August AJOG: Induced abortion causes preterm births

The August issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology contains the article, “Care for women with prior preterm birth.” The lead author is Jay D. Iams, MD, MFM, Professor and Vice Chair of Ohio State University Dept. of OB/GYN. In the article is this statement: Contrary to common belief, population-based studies [34-36] have […]

Weekend question I: How valuable is debate now that pro-lifers lead in the polls?

A reader who works for New Mexico State University posed an interesting question in an email to me: “Now that the pro-lifers hold a slight lead in most popular opinion polls, how valuable is it really when it comes to turning hearts in a discussion?” S/he based her question on a recent study posted at […]

  

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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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