Entries Tagged ‘Ted Turner’

Top 10 2011: Stanek’s most commented posts

Thanks to web administrator Andy for compiling these stats. Always interesting to look back at hot button topics. All of these comments are now closed, sorry! 10. Stanek weekend question I: Would Jesus carry graphic signs of aborted babies, June 18 – 262 comments 9. Stanek Sunday extra: Eucharist flash mob, June 27 – 272 […]

Is pro-abortion website RH Reality Check violating IRS nonprofit rules?

Imagine if your pastor got up in the pulpit next week and said: Ok, I don’t think your pastor would use those words, but what if he said, “Randall Terry is running for president? Yuckity yuck.” You’d say to yourself, “I don’t think my pastor supports Randall Terry running for president.” And even if you […]

Ted Turner defunds pro-abortion website

Ted Turner must have promised funding to RH Reality Check for only five years. Either that or he’s not happy with the product. Or perhaps he has decided to stop promoting abortion, which would be the best news of all. For whatever reason, Turner’s United Nations Foundation is dropping the abortion-pushing website he launched in […]

(Prolifer)ations 8-12-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Our newest blog addition, Right to Life of Michigan, summarizes new polling information from Gallup regarding life issues. Most people favored restrictions and […]

(Prolifer)ations 12-31-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN As always, we welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs! Please email Susie@jillstanek.com. Parenting Freedom nails wealthy, father-of-5 population control advocate Ted Turner on his hypocrisy. Turner espouses China’s 1-child rule for everyone, especially the poor. Eugenics, anyone?

Pro-aborts stumble into sinking sand while seeking “common ground”

In June 2009 the RH Reality Check launched penned by then editor Scott Swenson, speaks of a naive time that seems so long ago and far away, although it was only last year: In so many ways, the election of President Obama is viewed through a lens of its healing potential…. President Obama is asking […]

Departing pro-abort blog editor considers himself a “mid-wife”

12/10, 8:15a: There is interesting controversy raging in the comments section of this post on the age of the preborn baby whose ultrasound photo I displayed. On closer inspection, the age listed is likely off, but only by 1-2 weeks at most. Here are photos of babies aborted at 7 weeks after fertilization from the […]

New Stanek WND column, “Is Hollywood tipping pro-life?”

When I read NBC’s Law & Order was airing an episode last week “ripped from the headlines” of an abortionist shot in church, i.e., Dr. George Tiller, I, of course, anticipated the plot would not go well for pro-lifers. The most I expected was milliseconds of fairness with pro-abortion clichés ruling the hour. My, was […]


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