The Suzy B Blog

Jul 3, 2013
This July 4, We Must Protect Everyone's Inalienable Rights
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Unborn children will be spared from abortion tomorrow only because most abortion centers will be closed so that their employees can celebrate Independence Day.  In the past few years, the abortion lobby has increasingly moved away from its rhetoric about “choice,” toward rhetoric about “reproductive rights” and “reproductive justice.”  Abortion-supporting writer Natasha Chart recently wrote an article titled Just Have the Baby?  A New Mom Reveals Why There is No ‘Just,’ and Not...Read More

Tags: independence, right to life
Jul 1, 2013
Texas Update: Urgent Action Needed
christina
                          The Texas Legislature convenes for the second special session today, and abortion legislation is sure to occupy the spotlight. Last Tuesday, a disruptive mob of abortion radicals stormed the state senate, stopping the bill from being passed in time. However, stalwart pro-life leader Governor Perry is confident that SB5 will succeed this time around. “It...Read More

Tags: abortion, legislation, Texas, tweetfest
Jul 1, 2013
The One Child Policy Drives Human Trafficking in China
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To this day, China’s atrocious One-Child policy has resulted in 400 million forced abortions and sterilizations.Due to a cultural preference for sons, baby girls are more likely to be aborted or killed shortly after birth. In 2012, it was estimated that there were 40 million more men than women in China. This gender imbalance has created a high demand for women which has lead to even more human rights abuses in China, like human trafficking.China was given the lowest ranking in the U.S. State...Read More

Tags: abortion, China, human rights
Jun 28, 2013
Despite Pro-abortion Mob, Texas Fights for Life
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On Tuesday, abortion advocates in Austin, Texas defeated a pro-life bill that would’ve protected the lives of unborn children 20 weeks and older.  Democrat state senator Wendy Davis led the charge against defenseless unborn babies.  It’s sometimes interesting to examine the leaders and supporters of a particular movement.  Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, like Martin Luther King, Jr. organized peaceful protests and civil disobedience to fight the injustice of segregation;...Read More

Tags: Karpen, Perry, Texas
Jun 28, 2013
North Dakota Legislation Defends Basic Constitutional Rights
christina
Although the Texas late-term abortion bill captured the spotlight this week, North Dakota also faced challenges to abortion legislation on Tuesday. In March, Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed three pro-life bills that require abortion “doctors” to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals; ban abortion after the detection of a fetal heartbeat; and ban abortion for the purpose of gender selection or genetic abnormalities. On Tuesday, the Red River Women’s Clinic, North Dakota’s last remaining...Read More

Tags: abortion, constitution, legislation, North Dakota
Jun 25, 2013
Supreme Court Takes Sidewalk Counseling Case
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This week, attention is focused on the Justices of the Supreme Court as they release their last decisions before summer break. While much of the hullabaloo centers on this term’s blockbuster cases involving affirmative action, the Voting Rights Act, and same-sex marriage, the Court also announced that it would hear a particularly important case next term.In Massachusetts, as in many places, pro-lifers offer sidewalk counseling outside abortion clinics to pregnant mothers who are considering,...Read More

Tags: supreme court
Jun 25, 2013
H.R. 1797: Pro-women, Pro-life
christina
During the House Debate for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and in its aftermath, abortion supporters evaded the scientific reality that abortion inflicts excruciating pain on babies by hiding behind their go-to “war on women” slogan. Although I firmly believe that we cannot and should not ignore the unborn victims of the abortion industry, I also believe H.R. 1797 is—in and of itself—a crucial piece of pro-woman legislation. On June 17, 2013 the Obama administration released an...Read More

Tags: H.R. 1797, pro-life, pro-woman
Jun 20, 2013
Abortion supporters make ridiculous comments about HR 1797
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The historic passage of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Tuesday didn’t transpire without some excellent remarks from pro-life Congresswomen—and, of course, some incredibly misleading statements from abortion supporters.  After opening with a ramble about Miss Utah, Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) told the House: “When you consider the subject at hand, women’s right to a medically safe abortion, we once again see men taking leadership roles in invading the privacy and medical...Read More

Tags: DeGette, Lofgren, obama, Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Jun 19, 2013
Unborn Baby Helps Shape Pain-Capable Act Debate
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Years from now, one little boy will be told how he helped fight abortion even though he was yet to be born. When Minnesota Representative, Michele Bachmann, took to the House floor yesterday in support of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR. 1797), she used this picture:The 4-D ultrasound picture caused excitement in the Susan B. Anthony List office. The baby shown in the photo is Billy and Natalie Valentine’s 20 week old, unborn baby boy. Billy is our Director of Policy &...Read More

Tags: HR 1797, michele Bachmann, Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, unborn
Jun 19, 2013
Video: Pro-Life House women lead the fight to pass Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
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Yesterday, the pro-life women of the House of Representatives led the effort to pass HR 1797, the historic legislation that will protect women and unborn children after 20 weeks from the excruciating pain of abortion.  Check out the floor speeches from our outstanding pro-life congresswomen.Rep. Marsha BlackburnThank Rep. Blackburn: Thank you @MarshaBlackburn 4 standing 4 guarantee 2 life by supporting HR 1797! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmxWE4tvRBE&feature=youtu.be Rep....Read More

Tags: Congress, Late-term abortion
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