January, 2012

Jan 30, 2012
Santorum Takes Break From Campaign To Be With Sick Daughter
Lucy Feil
Showing that family takes precedent over politics, Rick Santorum took a break from the campaign trail to be with his sick daughter, Bella, aged 3. According to LifeNews, Bella, who has Trisomy 18 or Edwards Syndrome, was admitted to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on Saturday night with pneumonia in both her lungs.Santorum canceled a few of his Florida campaign events to be with his daughter over the weekend, but will return to his campaign “as soon as he can,” according to his oldest...Read More

Tags: trisomy 18
Jan 27, 2012
Planned Parenthood Director Supports Sex-Selection Abortions
Chris Crawford
The horrific, anti-Life remarks from Planned Parenthood directors were on full display as they celebrated the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. In an interview earlier this week, Angie Murie, executive director of Planned Parenthood Waterloo Region in Canada, was asked about sex-selection abortions. She said:“I wrestle with gender-based abortion more than any other reason [for having an abortion]...From a macro perspective, I don’t think it is a good idea for us to be eliminating women. But if...Read More

Tags: planned parenthood
Jan 27, 2012
The Girl Scouts Ties to Planned Parenthood Don’t Look So Sweet
lbutkus
The Washington Times recently published an article of a boycott of Girl Scout cookies in Waco, Texas. Pro-life activists are boycotting the cookies because of the relationship the organization has with Planned Parenthood. Although the Girl Scouts claim to be neutral, there is much evidence revealing their relationship with the number one abortion provider, Planned Parenthood. According to our friends at LifeNews.com, for fourteen years the Girl Scouts in Waco, Texas co-sponsored a sex-ed...Read More

Tags: girls scouts, planned parenthood
Jan 23, 2012
Dannenfelser's 2012 "State of the Unborn" address
babysavingintern
Moments ago SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser posted her 2nd annual "State of the Unborn" address. Check it out!Read More

Tags: pro-life, State of the Unborn
Jan 21, 2012
Dare to ask: What do you mean by choice?
Chris Crawford
Today, led by pro-life blogger Jill Stanek, the pro-life online community will join together once again on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade to ask NARAL, “What do you mean by choice?” Choice has been the operative buzzword for their movement for decades now, but their definition of choice is ambiguous. NARAL, Planned Parenthood, and others use buzzwords like “choice” in order to simplify the issue of abortion. If they can distract from the fact that abortion ends a human life, they can easily...Read More

Tags: abortion, choice
Jan 20, 2012
Doctor Denies Transplant to Three-Year-Old Because of Her Mental Condition
Lucy Feil
Last week, a doctor in Philadelphia told the parents of three-year-old Amelia Rivera that she was not eligible for a kidney transplant solely because she was mentally disabled, and therefore, her life was not worth saving.Chrissy Rivera, Amelia’s mother, posted a blog entry describing her meeting with this doctor at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). According to her blog, she and her husband, Joe Rivera, were at the hospital to discuss treatment for Amelia, who was born with Wolf-...Read More

Tags: denial of treatment, disability, organ transplant
Jan 17, 2012
NC Sterilization Victims May See Compensation
Nora Sullivan
After decades of injustice, victims of a brutal eugenics program in North Carolina may finally see some compensation for the wrongs done to them. Last week a task force recommended that 2,000 victims, who were forcibly sterilized by the state between the years 1929 and 1974 should be awarded $20,000 each.  The legislature still has to approve the recommendation but it is expected to pass.This effort marks the first time any state has made an effort to compensate victims of eugenics...Read More

Tags: eugenics, North Carolina
Jan 17, 2012
Doctor Says Baby's Sex Shouldn't Be Revealed Until 30 Weeks To Prevent Sex Selection
Lucy Feil
How do we keep baby girls safe from death? According to one doctor, the answer may be to withhold the child’s sex until he or she is at least 30 weeks old – too late for the easy “fix,” a no-questions-asked abortion. According to MSNBC, Dr. Rajenda Kale, interim editor-in-chief of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, is arguing that physicians can help prevent sex-selective abortions by simply not disclosing the baby’s sex to the parents until later in the pregnancy. Abortions based on sex...Read More

Tags: female feticide, sex selection
Jan 13, 2012
University Student Union Wants Pro-Life Groups Removed
Laura Mitchell
College pro-life groups have long faced discrimination. Many students have found university administrations to be especially slow in recognizing such groups as official clubs or stingy in providing funds. However, the University of Carlton in Canada has reached a new low: it is considering banning all pro-life student organizations.Last year, Carlton’s student union banned one pro-life group, Carlton Lifeline, for displaying graphic photos of abortion and had participating students arrested....Read More

Tags: college, pro-life
Jan 13, 2012
New Hungarian Constitution Protects Right to Life
Nora Sullivan
The newly instituted Hungarian Constitution went into effect on the first of January 2012, bringing with it constitutional recognition of the value of the life of the unborn child and sparking much controversy. The constitution, which was sponsored by Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his majority Fidesz party, has caused debate all over the world and was approved last April in what has became to be known as the Easter Constitution.Article II of the Constitution states, “Human dignity shall be...Read More

Tags: constitution, europe
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