Entries Tagged ‘religious beliefs’

Pro-life blog buzz 5-1-15

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

  • ProLifeBlogs links to a CNS News report about pro-abortion Hillary Clinton’s recent speech in which she claimed every life matters. Clinton was, of course, not speaking about the preborn. (After all, she “told the audience at the sixth annual Women in The World Summit last week that ‘religious beliefs’ must be changed for the sake of abortion.”) No, she was speaking about cases in which Black men have been killed by police officers. Clinton is a good example of the compartmentalization of abortion proponents. Perhaps if preborn babies could vote or donate to political campaigns, they could warrant some consideration from her.

Hillary Clinton’s “guns and religion” moment on abortion

by Carder Regardless of how one feels about gay rights or the abortion debate, it is interesting that liberals are finally getting around to openly confessing something all of us sort of know — yet few will say out loud: Achieving a liberal social agenda will necessarily require first extirpating many “deep-seated” Christian values and […]

New Stanek poll: Are you willing to commit acts of civil disobedience?

Poll 2.pngMy new poll question comes via Priests for Life:

Are you willing to commit acts of civil disobedience in response to unjust laws?

We already know the Obama administration is trying to force those opposed to abortion based on their religious beliefs to buckle and fund it. The Christian owners of Hobby Lobby have already answered the poll question in the affirmative. Where do you stand?

Last week’s question was:

(Prolifer)ations 8-31-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN Fr. Frank Pavone reminds us that even though many will suggest pro-lifers “agree to disagree” with pro-choicers, “abortion is not about beliefs; it’s about bloodshed. It’s not about viewpoints, it’s about victims.”

  

Who Is Jill Stanek?

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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