Entries Tagged ‘Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice’

Jesus’ parable shows abortion a valid choice?

Rev. Matthew Westfox of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice… actually twist[s] one of Jesus’ parables into a pro-abortion defense…. Westfox wrote: In the parable of the sower, Jesus reminds us that seed alone does not bring about new life — that all aspects of the conditions into which the seed are cast must be […]

Pro-choice pastor’s reflection on Easter

Easter reminds me of the respect and reverence for life that is at the core of my theology, that I am in my heart a deeply “pro-life” person. Today, most of us won’t use that term because it has been co-opted by those who oppose reproductive choice and abortion access. In the spirit of Easter, […]

Pro-abort lobby day: Small, Pepto pink-clad, lily white angry mob

UPDATE 2:46p: Even the New York Times agrees pro-aborts could only muster “hundreds” of supporters yesterday. [HT: moderator Gerard] 10:22a: I didn’t take these pictures. United Press International did.

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-13-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Does Carlton Veazey not understand how ridiculous this sounds? Respect for all human life is a basic principle of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice – but the facts are that these embryos were created for fertility treatments, are no longer needed, and are slated by those who […]

Whoopsie: Pro-aborts plan anti- “Blacks are an endangered species” billboard presser on same day new campaign is launched in TX

I love it. Little did the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice know when it scheduled a press conference today at the National Press Club in DC – to decry in part the “Blacks are an endangered species” billboard campaign – that the accused  would also be announcing a new billboard campaign in TX.

MSM’s (mis)coverage (or lack thereof) of the March for Life 2010

UPDATE, 1/24, 6:50a: Newsbusters’ Matthew Balan has written a getting hammered in the comments section, including one from me. UPDATE, 1/23, 4:23p: Jack Cashill has a good piece on MSM’s biased coverage of the March at the Newsweek blog post about the March for Life entitled: What garbage! Note the author’s post was published at […]

Victory we didn’t notice: Pro-abort acceptance of Hyde Amendment as “abortion neutral”

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Breaking: Nelson-Hatch Amendment filed in US Senate

UPDATE, 3:57p: Tsk, tsk, Politico, which generally is a lot less biased in its reporting. Here’s the headline… And here are those “religious groups” opposing Nelson-Hatch according Politico, reason enough for pro-lifers to support it without even looking…


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