Pro-life

Behold: Baby Ward, Born Premature at 25 Weeks

by Scott Morales September 16, 2017

Born premature at 25 weeks, baby Ward shows us why every child deserves a chance at life. #RT his story. pic.twitter.com/4l7EE83gEv — Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) September 15, 2017  

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Thoughts on a Torn Poster

by Ellen Kolb August 24, 2017

I heard anecdotes about a man with a pro-life sign being assailed during the recent Boston demonstration/counterdemonstration, and then found that an Esquire writer tweeted a short video of the incident. (Language alert.) The guy was carrying a poster with photos of preborn human beings on the upper half of the poster, visible in the […]

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Democrat Party – well, DO they hate unborn babies or not?

by Skip April 23, 2017

SHOT: Nancy Pelosi: There Is Room In The Party For Pro-Life Democrats “Of course” you can be a pro-life Democrat, Pelosi said. “I’ve served in the House with many members who did not share my very positive, aggressive position on promoting a woman’s right to choose.”…”Why don’t you interview Tom Perez, and not me!” she […]

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NH Women’s ‘Unity’ Rally: Democrat hypocrisy on full display

by Kimberly Morin January 21, 2017

Today, several left wing organizations held a “NH Women’s Day of Unity and Action” rally in Concord. One of the biggest sponsors was Planned Parenthood. They claim to be the voices for all women but women who are pro-life weren’t invited. Even women who agree with the left on every issue other than abortion were […]

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The Silent Holocaust Didn’t Get Me

by Steve MacDonald February 24, 2016
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Gianna Jessen was born April 6, 1977 in Los Angeles, California, during the 30th week of pregnancy, during a failed saline abortion attempt. Jessen’s birth certificate is signed by the doctor who was performing the abortion. She is a life advocate. This is a Great speech.

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Honesty, finally: “Abortion allowed me ‘to live my life’”

by Skip November 9, 2015

Well now, one of the original feminests, Gloria Steinem, finally admits the truth. Whenever the argument comes up between pro-death and pro-death, the normal argument that comes up is around incest and rape – the edge of the cliff.  Always to the extreme of their end where they plant their flag and always, always to […]

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You’re Not Really Pro-Life Unless You Support Higher Taxes

by Steve MacDonald August 3, 2015
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David French| You’re Not Really Pro-Life Unless You Support Higher Taxes Hidden within this argument is the notion that a baby is better off dead than poor, but the Left has been backing off this claim ever since explicit arguments for eugenics fell out of favor. Moreover, the reliance on state-funded welfare as the cornerstone of compassion ignores not just the Christian community’s enormous […]

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Back to politics: Schadenfreude as Dem Wendy Davis / Gabby Giffords replaced by pro-life / pro-gun Repubs

by Skip November 10, 2014

Schadenfreude for real – Drudge headline-a-like time (sorta, sideways): PRO-GUN CANDIDATE HOLDS 341 VOTE LEAD FOR GABBY GIFFORDS’ FORMER SEAT Pro-life candidate wins seat vacated by Wendy ‘Abortion Barbie’ Davis Yeah, that’s right – people the total opposite replaced them in their seats.  Texas Democrat State Senator Wendy Davis, who came to fame in filibustering […]

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I guess that won’t happen here; Walt Havenstein & Scott Brown blew the Pro-Life folks off

by Skip November 1, 2014

That’s what I thought when I saw the below post title at Big Government (reformatted, emphasis mine): KANSAS PRO-LIFE VOTING BLOC COULD WIN RACE FOR PAT ROBERTS The pro-life vote in Kansas is shaping up to be a bloc that could win the race for U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts (R) on Tuesday. As The Hill reports, Roberts, who […]

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GrokBite – Texan Pro-Abortion Activists: “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Us Yet”

by Skip August 5, 2014

That’s nice – so to translate, you are saying: we’ve seen the last of your babies. More abortions, less babies.  Just like the NH Shakers – no more babies, no more Shakers.  No offspring?  Darwin Award winners – self-selecting out of the Gene Pool!

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Brown Swings Both Ways On Abortion

by Mike July 20, 2014

Once more we turn to the Boston Globe for exposure of Brown’s unreliable positioning on key issues. In a 2012 article entitled Brown stresses prochoice stance as abortion foes offer backing,” The Globe demonstrates vividly how Brown tries to have it every which way on the issues, effectively standing for nothing. This quote pretty much […]

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Buffer Zone: Cui Bono? Cui Plagalis?

by Mike June 30, 2014

We are often moved to ask, whenever a law is proposed, or pols are cooking up schemes, “Cui Bono?” or “Who Benefits?” Sometimes, when a constitutional right is protected, such as with the Citizens United decision that had Obama so exercised, or with last week’s unanimous – let that sink in – UNANIMOUS, Supreme Court […]

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We force you to wear a seatbelt because it will save your life.

by Skip January 25, 2013

As stupid an argument as can be said as in “since you OBVIOUSLY won’t take responsibility for yourself, we shall make you take responsibility for yourself”.  And if you do not, the force of Government will take away your money (via a fine) or take away your time (with jail time).  I am glad to […]

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Notable Quote – Ann Althouse

by Skip January 12, 2013

On the idea that if the imagery is embraced and used by Progressives, why can’t we who are Pro-Life do the same? Biden actually said: “There is nothing that has pricked the consciousness of the American people (and) there is nothing that has gone to the heart of the matter more than the image people […]

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