January, 2011

Jan 19, 2011
Philadelphia Abortion Doctor Charged With 8 Counts of Murder
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CBS News in Philadelphia reports that last night infamous abortionist, Kermit Gosnell (pictured right), along with his wife, and eight other colleagues were arrested following a grand jury investigation. Dr. Gosnell has quite a history performing illegal abortions at his ‘Women’s Medical Center’ in Philadelphia.  Indeed, his resume would make even the coldest of serial killers shudder:Gosnell faces eight counts of murder charges in the deaths of a patient and seven babies who...Read More

Tags: Kermit Gosnell, Murder
Jan 19, 2011
Rahm Emmanuel Reveals the Truth About Abortion in ObamaCare
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Pro-life activist Jill Stanek highlighted this information from the Chicago Tribune's interview with Rahm Emanuel, part of a feature on the candidates for Chicago mayor.In the interview, the former White House chief of staff reveals that there were not enough votes for ObamaCare without support from the "pro-lifers" who ended up voting yes. Former-Rep. Bart Stupak has claimed that ObamaCare was going to pass, and that the executive order signed by the President was the best they could get in...Read More

Tags: abortion, obamacare, rahm emmanuel
Jan 18, 2011
NARAL "Blog For Choice Day:" FIGHT BACK!
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This Friday, January 21st marks NARAL’s Sixth Annual “Blog For Choice Day.” NARAL explains that this day “gets more people reading and talking about reproductive rights online on one of the most important days surrounding a woman's right to choose: the Roe anniversary.” NARAL goes on to warn about the new Congress, revealing our true victories last November. At least they are honest that we cleaned their clocks in November. As they so kindly observe, Speaker Boehner and Rep. Joe...Read More

Tags: dishonesty, NARAL, pro-life
Jan 18, 2011
Ohio Law Would Limit Late-Term Abortion
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As reported by LifeNews.com, Ohio introduced a measure yesterday to the state legislature that would place a ban on abortions past twenty-four weeks (or even twenty weeks if the baby were considered viable.)  LifeNews included Michael Gonidakis’ (executive director of Ohio Right to Life) opinion of the legislation:"[Gonidakis] says his group supports the legislation and told the newspaper that this is one of the first major efforts to limit late-term abortions in Ohio following a 1997...Read More

Tags: Late-term abortion, LeRoy Carhart
Jan 14, 2011
Woman Reaches Out to Find True Cure for Breast Cancer
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A two time breast cancer survivor, Edie Eason heard that Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the largest breast cancer charity in the world, was contributing funds to Planned Parenthood. She followed up on this information and discovered the connection did exist and she decided to do something about it. This seventy-two year old woman is writing letters to every single one of Komen’s corporate partners. In a recent email to the Susan B. Anthony list, Eason said, “I have no way to ensure that these...Read More

Tags: planned parenthood, Susan G. Komen
Jan 14, 2011
Amazing research shows unborn twins interacting at 14 weeks
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An Italian research team has released new 4D ultrasound footage showing unborn twins interacting with each other in the womb as early as 14 weeks into the pregnancy.The study was led by Dr. Umberto Castiello and entitled “Wired to Be Social: The Ontogeny of Human Interaction”. The introduction to the report says “Newborns come into the world wired to socially interact,” then asks the question, “Is a propensity to socially oriented action already present before birth?”“Unlike ordinary siblings,...Read More

Tags: Research, ultrasound
Jan 13, 2011
UPDATE: Vanderbilt Makes Changes to Abortion Policy
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As The Christian Post and the Student Free Press Association have reported, Vanderbilt University has updated its nurse residency application after a student filed a discrimination complaint with the Department of Health and Human Services.Up until today, the application for the program stated, "If you are chosen for the Nurse Residency Program in the Women’s Health track, you will be expected to care for women undergoing termination of pregnancy.”With the help of the Alliance Defense Fund,...Read More

Tags: lawsuit, pro-life, Students, victory
Jan 13, 2011
Virginia's Pro-Life Activists Jump-Start The State's New Legislative Session
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Today, as Virginia Lawmakers initiated the first day of the 2011 legislative session, Pro-Life activist groups rallied outside of Richmond’s capitol building. In the upcoming year, many hope that Governor Bob McDonnell will lead the legislature to implement new regulations and exercise tighter control on centers that perform abortions. Delegate Bob Marshall, a republican from Prince William County, has been one of the most outspoken opponents of abortion during his term in the legislature. This...Read More

Tags: Bob Marshall, rally, virginia
Jan 12, 2011
Euthanasia: A Thing Of The Past Or Future?
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In December 2008, after a semester studying abroad in Europe, I spent a week roving the historic streets of London before returning home to the States.  With a thin wallet that is common enough for students at the end of their study abroad semesters, I found the publicly funded, free-admission museums of London particularly alluring.  While wandering the corridors of South Kensington’s Science Museum, I came across a display that evoked feelings previously unfamiliar to me as a museum...Read More

Tags: Britain, Euthanasia, Museum
Jan 12, 2011
Pro-Life Student Files Civil Rights Complaint Against Vanderbilt
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A pro-life student is bring a civil rights complaint against Vanderbilt University's nursing program with the help of Alliance Defense Fund (ADL), a Christian legal group. The anonymous fourth-year student, who is hoping to apply to Vanderbilt's nurse residency program, must promise to participate in abortions as part of the admissions process.The Christian Post reports that according to Vanderbilt’s nurse residency application, chosen nurse residents must “care for women undergoing termination...Read More

Tags: activism, pro-life student, Vanderbilt
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