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Pro-life blog buzz 2-4-14

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

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  • Americans United for Life notes that the Guttmacher Institute’s latest report shows a decline in abortion numbers, along with a record number of pro-life laws enacted. And yet, Guttmacher claims the laws had no impact on abortion. AUL also notes that the reporting of surgical and chemical abortions is still voluntary, by state, and California chooses not to participate at all.

Chris Hemsworth: Fatherhood “greatest thing I’ve ever been part of”

Itís the greatest thing Iíve ever been a part of. When I am at work, sheís what Iím thinking about, and when Iím not at work, sheís who Iím hanging out with… I think [parenthood] brings out the child in all of us. Thatís whatís so beautiful. It reminds you of the fascination you had […]

Planned Parenthood abortionist not happy pro-lifers protesting at his private practice

1275590085Abortionist Emil Felski kills babies at the Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando clinic.

But Felski also has his own private ob/gyn practice in Casselberry, Florida, where he also covertly commits abortions.

Pro-life activists often pray and protest at Felski’s office, to let his patients and the public know about his side job, and to†encourage†him to stop murdering babies.

On October 1, Felski was not happy when spotting two pro-lifers holding signs as he came to work†(in what looks like a Corvette).

As the video below shows, Felski stopped his car on a 6-lane highway to first snap photos of the pro-lifers and then abscond with the “Repent Dr. Felski!” sign….

“EastSiders” web series creator: Abortion “not always difficult”

Q: Did you have the feeling that abortion was something that needed to be portrayed more realistically on screen? A: The most realistic examples I can think of are Parenthood or Friday Night Lights, but both of those shows were dealing with teenage pregnancy, which is a very different situation. Several of my friends have […]

Planned Parenthood: “Refreshing” to see reality of abortion on tv show?

Last night in an ironically titled episode, “Small Victories,” the NBC show Parenthood included an abortion story line, after one of the characters playing a high school girl found she had been impregnated by her teen boyfriend.

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards was ecstatic, because her abortion biz was mentioned and featured prominently, including its new logo (see screen shot above)!

Planned Parenthood Action was a little less obvious, simply retweeting that the episode was “refreshing”…

As long as these two lists don’t match, we will have abortion

In every society, there are two critical lists: acceptable conditions for having a baby, and acceptable conditions for having sex. From time immemorial, the one thing that almost every society had in common was that their two lists matched up.

It was only with the widespread acceptance of contraception in the middle of the 20th century, creating an upheaval in the public psyche in which sex and babies no longer went hand-in-hand, that the two lists began to diverge. And now, in 21st-century America, they look something like this:

Conditions under which it is acceptable to have sex:

  • -If youíre in a stable relationship
  • -If you feel emotionally ready
  • -If youíre free of sexually transmitted diseases
  • -If you have access to contraception

Conditions under which it is acceptable to have a baby:

“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” in theaters today

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bf_2yiuQoE[/youtube]Inspired by the perennial New York Times bestseller of the same name and the first book in a series that has sold over 32 million copies worldwide, What to Expect When You’re Expecting is a hilarious and heartfelt big screen comedy about five couples whose intertwined lives are turned upside down by the challenges of […]

Should men have the right to choose “financial abortions”?

As costs rise and opportunities disappear, shouldn’t men have the same rights as women to control their entrance into parenthood? Does that make them any less responsible than mothers who drop off their infants at hospital backdoors, no questions asked, because they realized they were not ready for motherhood? Financial abortion, in the strictest sense, […]


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