The Suzy B Blog

Jul 16, 2014
Standing for Life at the S.1696 Senate Hearing
On Tuesday, Senate Democrats advanced a radical bill, deceptively titled the “Women’s Health Protection Act” (S.1696), which seeks to wipe out almost every pro-life law on the books, including those aimed at protecting women undergoing dangerous abortions and state limits on abortion after 20 weeks. Watch pro-life congressmen from the House and Senate standing up to the pro-abortion Senate and shedding light on the true nature of S.1696:Diane Black (R-TN)”I strongly urge you to...Read More

Tags: abortion, Blumenthal, Diane Black, Lindsey Graham, Marsha Blackburn, Ted Cruz
Jul 16, 2014
Krauthammer: S.1696 a "Two-Edged Sword" for Democrats
On Tuesday's Special Report, Krauthammer discussed the so-called "Women's Health Protection Act" (S.1696) which seeks to wipe out almost every pro-life law on the books.Our research arm, the Charlotte Lozier Institute, just completed an in-depth analysis of the atrocious, far-reaching ramifications S. 1696 would have on unborn babies and their mothers.Just a few examples:Limits on abortion after 20 weeks – or after 5 months of pregnancy – based on the child’s ability to feel...Read More

Tags: abortion, Blumenthal, Democrats, Krauthammer
Jul 10, 2014
Newly Unearthed: NFL Players Condemn Abortion in 1992 Video
Members of the Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills address the heartbreaking reality of abortion... in football terms! Tim Tebow's not the first NFL player to stand up for every child's right to life. But it goes back even further! Check out these bold pro-life statements from winners of the 1986 Super Bowl: Read More

Tags: abortion, Buffalo Bills, Football, NFL, Redskins
Jul 8, 2014
Rep. Bill Cassidy's Pro-Life Reaction to Teen Daughter's Pregnancy
Representative Bill Cassidy, considered Louisiana's top pro-life challenger to abortion extremist Senator Mary Landrieu, responded to his 17-year-old daughter's unexpected pregnancy as a supportive father. On July 3 he told the New Orleans Times-Picayune:Earlier this year, Laura and I learned we will become grandparents this summer. Our children have been the greatest blessing of our lives and we welcome our grandchild as a joyous addition to our family. Our daughter now faces a more...Read More

Tags: abortion, Cassidy, Landrieu, teen pregnancy
Jul 3, 2014
How Can We Protect Unborn Babies with Down Syndrome?
This week the Charlotte Lozier Institute released a new paper, “Improving Joyful Lives: Society’s Response to Difference and Disability,” which makes policy recommendations to protect unborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome and to educate and support their families.Mark Bradford, author and president of the Lejeune Foundation USA, writes that oftentimes the information expectant parents receive following a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome heavily favors aborting the baby. Bradford...Read More

Tags: Charlotte Lozier Institute, disability, down syndrome, Lejeune Foundation, prenatal diagnosis
Jun 10, 2014
SEXED - Live Action's Undercover Investigation into Planned Parenthood's Sex-ed
In classrooms and advertising across the country, Planned Parenthood styles themselves the "sex experts" for teenagers. So teenagers turn to Planned Parenthood for sex advice and eventually, if they conceive a baby, for a lucrative abortion.But what exactly is the sex advice Planned Parenthood gives teenagers? Live Action, founded by president Lila Rose, investigated. And what they found was so disturbing they had to include a disclaimer: Warning. The following content is not suitable for...Read More

Tags: Lila Rose, Live Action, planned parenthood, sex education
Jun 9, 2014
Defending Unborn Girls Is... Racist?
Defenders of sex-selective abortion, which usually targets unborn girls, are desperate to distract from their support of gendercide, an atrocious human rights abuse. Their latest trend is to accuse those who stand for these unborn women of racism. Chuck Donovan, of the Charlotte Lozier Institute, our research arm, called out this despicable tactic in National Review.Protecting the Human Right to Be Born FemaleBy Chuck DonovanJune 6, 2014 11:34 AMIn a remarkable case of inauspicious timing...Read More

Tags: Charlotte Lozier Institute, Sex selective abortion
Jun 5, 2014
Who is Steven Brigham?
“Inside a dingy storeroom, officers pried open a freezer filled with red bio hazard bags that contained thirty-five advanced-gestation fetuses—medical remains that had not yet been disposed of. Some of the fetuses were past twenty-four weeks’ gestation, the point of viability. This ghoulish discovery triggered a grand-jury investigation...” - The New Yorker Does that sound familiar? But this terrible scene isn't from Kermit Gosnell's House of Horrors. This is the atrocity in Steven...Read More

Tags: Brigham, Gosnell, Terry McAuliffe, virginia
May 29, 2014
Remembering Maya Angelou, a teen mom who chose Life
Yesterday, celebrated writer and poet Maya Angelou passed away, leaving a rich literary legacy behind... and a son, Guy Johnson. While you may have heard of Guy, an accomplished author himself, you may not know Maya was a single teen parent, and could have had an abortion. Instead, Maya chose life for Guy, and years later would tell Oprah, "My greatest blessing has been the birth of my son."Here is the story of Maya and Guy in her own words, originally published in Family Circle Magazine.“...Read More

Tags: Maya Angelou, teen pregnancy
May 29, 2014
Live Action launches investigative campaign against Planned Parenthood
The “war on women” is a phrase that is used regularly by Planned Parenthood and other abortion advocates to describe the prolife movement. But according to Live Action, Planned Parenthood needs to look no further than their own front doors to find the real war on women. This Wednesday, Live Action held a press conference introducing their comprehensive investigative report detailing the past six years of their undercover investigations inside Planned Parenthood. The report titled “Lies,...Read More

Tags: Lila Rose, Live Action, planned parenthood
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