The Suzy B Blog

Jul 18, 2013
A Journey to Peace
Pro-life activist Abby Johnson has announced that one of Kermit Gosnell’s former employees is beginning her journey to discover healing. After testifying against Gosnell and confronting the truth of abortion, the anonymous individual embraced the pro-life movement. Johnson, former Planned Parenthood director and founder of an organization that supports those who leave the abortion industry, And Then There Were None, welcomed her with open arms. Johnson quoted the worker as saying, “When...Read More

Tags: abby johnson, ATTWN, Kermit Gosnell
Jul 17, 2013
Virginia's busiest abortion business closes
The busiest abortion facility in Virginia is shutting down this month.  This is a huge victory for pro-life Virginians, who for years have prayed outside Nova Women’s Healthcare in Farifax, Virginia during 40 Days for Life campaigns.  Nova Women’s Healthcare was sued by its landlord twice in the past three years and has a long history of substandard, dangerous medical practices that have repeatedly required abortion patients to be hospitalized.   A new Virginia law holding...Read More

Tags: VA, virginia
Jul 16, 2013
A Hope from Harry
Last month, the US House of Representatives passed the historic bill to protect the lives of unborn children who feel pain by banning abortion after 20 weeks.  At that time, many pro-lifers were highly doubtful that formerly “pro-life,” currently pro-abortion Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid would bring up similar legislation in the Senate.  At least until next year, the Senate is controlled by an ardently pro-abortion Democratic majority.  The chances of Reid allowing a vote on...Read More

Tags: Late-term abortion, U.S. Senate
Jul 15, 2013
Friday, the Last and Fateful Day
Friday was the day everyone was waiting for. The Texas Senate could potentially pass the bill and send it to Governor Perry’s desk. Both sides were aware of the possibilities and planned accordingly.The line to enter the gallery started at 5 am. Reportedly, it started with many pro-abortion advocates. Students for Life did not arrive until 11am in order to be a part of the second wave of activists and to stay later for the vote. I passed out red life tape to pro-lifers: whoever entered the...Read More

Tags: fetal pain, Student for Life, Texas
Jul 15, 2013
Maryland Abortion Clinic Sends Another Woman to the Hospital
Although the passage of H.B. 2 in Texas claimed a victory for women and children, the fight to protect these victims of the abortion industry is far from over. Just last Tuesday, late-term abortionist Leroy Carhart sent another woman to the emergency room—the second known incident this year alone. According to reports, the most recent victim of Carhart’s negligence and misconduct is a young woman who went to the Germantown Reproductive Health Services on July 8 for a two-day abortion procedure...Read More

Tags: abortion, Maryland
Jul 12, 2013
HHS Final Rules Does Little to Protect Freedom of Conscience
On June 28 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the final rules to the contraceptive mandate. The long awaited measure does nothing to protect religious liberty and freedom of conscience. Recently Archbishop Lori, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty, Russell D. Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics  & Religious Liberty Commission, and a varied assortment of religious leaders and scholars...Read More

Tags: abortifacients, HHS Mandate
Jul 11, 2013
Be a Man, Bro
Much fun of Ben Sherman’s silly recent blog post has been made.  Most of his article contains typical stale pro-abortion arguments.  But Sherman adds a little spice and swaggers out, admitting (nay, boasting) that it’s all about his sex life.  “Don’t be surprised,” he warns of the current Texas bill, “if casual sex outside relationships becomes far more difficult to come by.”  Alright, then. So Sherman wants to have as much casual sex outside relationships as possible....Read More

Tags: Texas
Jul 9, 2013
On the Ground in Texas!
Yesterday, I embarked on a historic journey to Austin, Texas to support pro-life Texans, women, and the unborn! On a bus trip organized by Students for Life of America, we arrived at the capitol Monday around noon. Immediately, we set out for the rotunda where the Texas Stand for Life rally was taking place. [Read more here about why Texas needs our pro-life support.] Pro-life advocates stood up and shared their stories with everyone as a sea of blue gathered to support them. Some abortion...Read More

Tags: fetal pain, Students for Life of America, Texas
Jul 3, 2013
This July 4, We Must Protect Everyone's Inalienable Rights
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
                          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
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