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Pro-life news brief 12-13-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Indiana/Illinois abortionist Ulrich Klopfer will lose his “Physician Designee” in Fort Wayne after failing to quickly report statutory rape and for admitting he encourages victims of statutory rape to go to other states. This means Klopfer may not be able to legally perform abortions in Fort Wayne in the new year:

    The Allen County Patient Safety Ordinance requires that doctors who practice but don’t live in the county to have a relationship with a local doctor who can legally practice in Allen County. State law requires abortion doctors to have local admitting privileges or have entered into an agreement with a physician who has admitting privileges at a hospital in case of an emergency.

    Dr. Geoffrey Cly, OB/GYN, notified Dr. Ulrich Klopfer in a letter dated December 12 that he will no longer serve as the “back-up” physician for Klopfer effective December 31, 2013.

    Big thanks to RH Reality Check for posting the article in which Klopfer admits he encourages victims of statutory rape to go out of state.

Pro-life news brief 6-6-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • In First Things, Clarke Forsythe discusses how the Supreme Court helped create abortionists like Kermit Gosnell:

    Because the Justices foolishly believed that abortion had few risks, and that abortion providers should have complete discretion to decide how to perform abortions in the first trimester, the Justices said that state and local officials could not regulate them in the first trimester. The Justices prohibited state health and safety regulations for abortion clinics in the first trimester of pregnancy when 90 percent of abortions are performed.

Stanek Sunday funnies, “Drone” edition

by Pat Oliphant at GoComics.com

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Backdrop via The Nation, a liberal news outlet, February 6:

NARAL’s new president: Left-wing radical who admits, “We are losing”

by Andy Moore of AbortionWiki.org

main-thumb-4113327-200-M9acS2peUs5T3HwWkwWH11Wyfg026kDHOn January 14 NARAL Pro-Choice America announced it had chosen a new president. The newly-selected leader, Ilyse Hogue, pictured right, is set to take over the reigns of the organization at the end of January.

“So, who is this woman?” is the question most pro-lifers and even many on the other side are asking.

When current president Nancy Keenan (pictured below with Hogue) announced in May 2012 her intention to retire, she said she thought a younger leader would better connect with the Millennial generation.

Liberal hypocrisy: Religion is only a political problem if you’re pro-life

Be very afraid of the evangelical Rick Perry, the Nation writes, stay away from the extremely moralistic Michele Bachmann and even the libertarian obstetrician Ron Paul, who had the gall to describe abortion procedures this weekend in Iowa. The Nation is a left-wing outlet for whom the religion of the Republican candidates – whatever that […]

Weekend question I: What actions can and will the House/state pro-life majorities take?

Pro-abort Katha Pollitt gave a nice run-down November 10 in The Nation of the possibilities before a Congress that will soon have much more pro-life passion coursing through its veins: When the 112th Congress convenes in January it will have at least 53 additional antichoice Republicans in the House and 5 in the Senate…. Supporters […]

Why pro-aborts think they’re losing

Two interesting pieces in the last several days, “Why pro-choice is losing,” at the Academic OB/GYN blog. Basically, everything the pro-life movement is doing is coming together to effectively demoralize and defeat pro-aborts – legislation, billboards, protests, and persuasion(which we excel at here!). Passage of the Stupak Amendment followed by Obama’s executive order codifying the […]

Democrats betray pro-aborts to keep seats… including Stupak’s

In recent days I’ve received fundraising emails from NARAL and Planned Parenthood aimed at getting Bart Stupak out of office. Meanwhile, according to


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