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|Archived Since:||May 21, 2008|
by Kelli Often the message she hears is: Have an abortion or drop out of school…. For her and her child’s future and well being, our goal should be to make sure she graduates…. [A] child born into poverty is seven times more likely to live in poverty his or her whole life. Show More Summary
by Kelli Life Site News columnist and speaker Jonathon Van Maren took heat from both Christians and non-Christians when he voiced his opposition to Fifty Shades of Grey, a book that romanticizes domination, bondage, and sadomasochism. Show More Summary
It’s rarely a straightforward pro-choice or pro-life anthem. The best songs that take on the subject explore the painful decision. But subtle or direct, be warned. These aren’t songs for your commute if you’re not into public crying....Show More Summary
Good morning, and Happy Sunday! Here were my top five favorite political cartoons for the week. Be sure to vote for your fav in the poll at the bottom of this post! by Michael Ramirez at Townhall.com… by Glenn McCoy at Townhall.com…...Show More Summary
The abolitionist story behind treasured Christmas hymns, Wk 1 of 4… “Go Tell It on the Mountain” John Wesley Work, Jr., an African-American professor at Fisk University in Nashville, first published the lyrics and music to this slave spiritual in 1907. Show More Summary
This beauty of a photoshopped graphic accompanied a Think Progress article on December 12, with an equally beautiful title: “Inside the highly sophisticated group that’s quietly making it much hard to get an abortion.” Click to enlarge…. The post Pro-life photo of the week: Group responsible for all those shuttered abortion clinics appeared first on Jill Stanek.
Rock singer Ted Nugent took heat for wondering why those outraged about the grand jury’s decision in Ferguson, Missouri, not to indict a white policeman for killing a black “thug” aren’t equally outraged over black genocide via abortion:...Show More Summary
If you really think that my sole consideration for whether I should bring a life into this world was based on how my body would look afterwards, then I am sorry for your lack of logical reasoning skills. ~ Plus-size supermodel Robyn Lawley, clarifying on Facebook her reasoning for carrying her surprise pregnancy to term. Show More Summary
by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli Big Blue Wave discusses a Finnish study on reducing suicide risk following abortion. While most in the pro-choice camp deny there is any link at all to an increased risk of suicide, this study recommends a mental health checkup two to three weeks […] The post Pro-life blog buzz 12-5-14 appeared first on Jill Stanek.
by Kelli Advokate is a group from British Columbia which seeks to “promote the inherent worth and dignity of every human being” by speaking out and supporting people dealing with life issues such as abortion, euthanasia, and assisted suicide. Show More Summary
I identify as VERY pro-choice in my political views, however once I became pregnant, I realized that I also found the idea that pregnant people deserved the right to their own bodily autonomy during childbirth to be integral… I identify...Show More Summary
by Hans Johnson Comedian, commentator, and radio host Steven Crowder reflects on the worth of every life, pointing out the eugenic mindset that is still alive and well, targeting those with special needs: Email email@example.com with your video suggestions. The post Pro-life vid of day: Steven Crowder on targeting the disabled appeared first on Jill Stanek.
by Kelli Abortion’s now-sacred status is symptomatic of something far more sinister: the sweeping success of the Sexual Revolution. So-called “sexual rights” are now considered to be the most important “rights” our society has, and take precedence over all other rights, regardless of how fundamental they are…. Show More Summary
by Hans Johnson During a discussion of Choice vs. Life at Indiana Wesleyan University, which claims to be an evangelical, “Christ-centered academic community,” Dr. Greg Fiebig straightforwardly admitted to having “cognitive dissonance” on the topic. Show More Summary
I would not use the Eucharist or as they call it the communion rail as the place to have those discussions or way in which people would be either excluded from the life of the church. The Eucharist is an opportunity of grace and conversion. Show More Summary
by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli Saynsumthn’s Blog says the CDC and Guttmacher abortion numbers don’t agree, and here’s why: the CDC gathers only data that is reported voluntarily from certain states. Guttmacher...Show More Summary
In The American Prospect, Cherisse Scott, founder of SisterReach, an African-American “reproductive justice” group centered in Memphis, laments the passage in Tennessee of Amendment 1 this past month. Amendment 1 undoes a 2000 Tennessee Supreme Court decision that blocked any pro-life laws from being passed in the state. Show More Summary
by Hans Johnson Victor Hugo said, “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” Whether we sing, dance, or just tap our toes, life and music seem to be inextricably tied. K-Mart uses this principle effectively in their Joe Boxer ads during the holidays. Show More Summary
by Kelli We need to talk about abortion because the phoney war (small groups of vigil-antis outside clinics, praying, thrusting rosary beads and plastic foetuses into women’s hands, giving out leaflets packed with fake science and scare stories) – is over. Show More Summary
In a November 26 Washington Post essay, political scientists John McTague and Melissa Deckman reported news of epic proportions to pro-lifers while dissecting why the “war on women” meme bombed in the 2014 Midterms: Democratic campaigns...Show More Summary