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Baby Butcher Found Guilty

May 13, 2013

After ten days of deliberation, the jury in the Kermit Gosnell infanticide case found him guilty on three counts of first-degree murder.  Gosnell, the abortion doctor who delivered these babies before killing them savagely, even saved some of their detached feet in a jar!  Absolutely horrible. Philly’s own Dr. Mengele faces the possibility of the [...]

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Live Action Strikes Again with 3rd Video

May 2, 2013

While the jury in the Kermit Gosnell case continues to deliberate on the eight counts of murder against the “doctor,” pro-life advocate Lila Rose and her group Live Action continue to use the opportunity of the trial to draw attention to the outright infanticide taking place at Planned Parenthood (as well as other) clinics around [...]

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Drawing Attention to the Gosnell Trial Might Expose Extensive Abuse

April 29, 2013

The jury in abortionist baby-killer Kermit Gosnell’s murder trial heard closing arguments today.  Based on ridiculously scant media coverage of this trial, most wouldn’t have noticed it.  Demonstrating the depth of the MSM blackout, NewsBusters revealed that in the last 42 days Good Morning America spent 109 minutes on other sensational trials, while spending NO [...]

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40 Years of Roe

January 22, 2013

January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court handed down the Roe v. Wade decision, 7-2, with only Justices White and Rehnquist dissenting.  Since then an estimated 50-54 million babies’ lives have been ended as a result.  Today, issues of religious freedom, sex-selective abortions (aka gendercide), paying for other people’s abortions, and a seriously pro-abortion President in [...]

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One Black Friday Deal Should Be Aborted

November 24, 2012

You know things are getting out of hand when you can just look at the top left corner of Drudge on the day after Black Friday and see people surrendering their Thanksgiving and their dignity in exchange for cheaper plasma televisions.  Some, like Jill Haltigan, have wondered if the phenomenon is a sign of the [...]

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Newt Tackles Akin/Media Bias on “Meet the Press”

September 3, 2012

Here’s your Labor Day palate cleanser!  I love when Newt looks the MSM in the eye and takes it to them. This time Newt lectures them regarding media bias on Akin and the abortion issue.  Enjoy the subtle discomfort of the libs on the panel (go to about 4:48):

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Todd Akin’s “Legitimate” Gaffe

August 20, 2012

The GOP’s candidate for the Senate from Missouri, Congressman Todd Akin, gaffed on the Jaco Report talk show yesterday when he said this: Face palm. Umm… if pregnant women could miscarry any time they were under serious emotional stress, abortion wouldn’t even be an issue! Reapply face palm. It’s the perfect sound byte to reinforce [...]

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The Contraception Mandate Begins

August 1, 2012

Today, August 1 is the day when Obamacare’s contraception mandate goes into effect.  This mandate doesn’t give “women control of their health care” as HHS Secretary Sibelius said; women have had that ability regarding birth control since 1965.  Instead, this mandate essentially forces religious institutions to unreasonably violate their consciences in providing birth control coverage [...]

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Idaho Pro-Lifers Spread the Word, Through Ultrasound, that Life is Beautiful

March 22, 2012

A group of pro-lifers in Idaho, led by Brandi Swindell, have taken a novel approach to making the case in favor of the right to life: performing ultrasounds before an audience of women in the State Capitol. The pro-choice movement always tries to avoid discussing what an abortion actually does.  That’s because the most powerful [...]

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“October Baby” Film Set for Wide Release in 2012

December 4, 2011

Surfing through my regular Internet haunts, I discovered this story on The Blaze about a movie called October Baby set for wide release next year.  Check out the trailer: In its struggle for intellectual converts, the right has virtually abandoned mainstream pop culture outlets as a way to get its messages out there — this [...]

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What’s a Slacker to Do?

August 13, 2011

Every generation has some positive and negative characteristics they’re known for.  In my case, Gen Xers may be street savvy, pragmatic and shrewd (all useful social survival skills), but we can be a bunch of disinterested slackers too. Why not?  Our formative years in the ’70s and ’80s where those where childhood was an ideal, [...]

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38 Years of an American Silent Holocaust

January 22, 2011

Thirty-eight years ago today, on January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade was handed down, legalizing abortion and overturning 46 state laws which restricted it.  The “logic” of the 7-2 decision sounds almost comical when read today.  Since then, an estimated 52 million abortions have taken place in the United States either [...]

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Infanticide in the City of Brotherly Love

January 21, 2011

A Philadelphia Grand Jury recently issued an indictment against Dr. [sic] Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortionist, accusing him, among other things, of six counts of murder, multiple counts of infanticide, abuse of corpses, and several other charges.  Gosnell is being charged with murder because in at least six cases, he delivered a third-trimester otherwise viable [...]

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“Replace” Legislation Begins

January 20, 2011

Yesterday’s House vote to repeal Obama Care opened the door today for suggestions on how to stop the bad parts and expand on the good parts of the law.  Keeping ideas fresh and flowing will give the public new ideas to chew on, as well as blunt arguments about the GOP doing nothing to solve [...]

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HHS Backs Off Federally-Funded Abortions for Now

July 19, 2010

In lieu of the uproar last week about Obama Care’s mixed messages regarding federally funded elective abortions, the administration (or as Rush Limbaugh calls them, “the regime“) has clarified that the executive order stands and that federal funds being used for Obama Care’s high-risk insurance pools will NOT cover elective abortions. But, I don’t trust [...]

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How Many Abortions Did You Pay for Today?

July 14, 2010

CNS has reported that President Obama’s Executive Order prohibiting the taxpayer funding for abortions is ostensibly worthless.  Remember, that Executive Order (aka Bart Stupak’s pound of flesh) was issued to plug a loophole in Obama Care that would use taxpayer money to fund abortions.  Perennial passage of the Hyde Amendment since the 1980s continued the [...]

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Fifty Years of the Pill: “Unplanned” Outcomes

May 11, 2010

Fifty years after the FDA approved use of the birth control pill a funny thing happened:  suddenly science has 50 years of data to look through, cutting through the old propaganda. Today I found a really interesting article by Daniel J. Flynn at The American Spectator which puts some counter-intuitive arguments under the statistical light [...]

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Pro-Choice Movement Tries to Hide That Which They Defend

April 29, 2010

When you want to know how effective a conservative argument is, look no further than liberals’ reaction to it.  When the liberal response is to try to stop the conservative argument from being made, then the argument is obviously a winner and should be repeated.  The most well-known example of this dynamic is the Democrat [...]

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NOW Aborts Its Sense of Reality Over Tebow Ad

February 8, 2010

The willingness of liberals to look you in the eye and tell you “night is day” can be astounding.  Take the National Association for Gals (Rush’s term) response to the pro-life ad featuring Tim Tebow that ran during yesterday’s Super Bowl.  Apparently we pro-lifers are too stupid to notice that the ad was really a [...]

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A Right to Life

January 22, 2010

Today marks the 37th anniversary of one of the worst legal decisions to come down from the Supreme Court in the history of this nation – Roe v. Wade.  So much has been said about the issue of abortion, and regular readers of this blog know where myself, Mike, and Ryan stand on the issue.  [...]

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Martha Coakley: Practicing Catholics “Shouldn’t Work in an Emergency Room”

January 15, 2010

I told myself I wasn’t going to post anything on the Massachusetts Senate race today.  Yet somehow, Martha Coakley continues to step in it.  Today’s gaffe occurred after Princess was asked whether health care legislation should include a conscience clause to protect  health care workers opposed to abortion on religious grounds.  Coakley responded that “[y]ou [...]

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Ben Nelson’s About-Face

December 19, 2009

I guess we all have our price.  I guess sometimes the weight of the Liberal world is too much for those not grounded in principle to withstand for too long.  I guess we should have expected Ben Nelson to capitulate to Harry Reid and Obama’s powerful minions and agree to vote cloture on Harry Reid’s [...]

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Planned Parenthood’s Orwellian Tactics

December 10, 2009

Planned Parenthood tries to position itself as a woman’s health clinic that happens to perform abortions, rather than an abortion center.  They talk about the importance of a woman’s “choice” and abortion being one option in that choice.  Yet, their clinic actively promotes abortion to those it counsels, and even uses Orwellian tactics in its [...]

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The Catholic Bishop’s Complicity in Pushing ObamaCare

November 9, 2009

Every time I write a post that is critical of the Catholic Church, a part of me feels uneasy.  After all, I am a committed Catholic who believes in and follows the teachings of the Universal Church, and usually defer to the authority of the Bishops in most matters.  However, after serious consideration and reflection, [...]

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Hopeful Pro-Life Trends Emerge

October 1, 2009

Pew Research came out with a poll (pdf) indicating that support for abortion is now tied at 50-50.  The poll’s sampling size was over 4000, so statistically it’s a pretty decent size (no one’s poll is perfect, though).  However, the largest demographic shift they found was amongst Catholics, who may have started actually listening to the homilies at [...]

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Abortion as Eugenics

July 9, 2009

Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave an interview with the New York Times, which will be published in this Sunday’s New York Times magazine.  A portion of the interview is already available online.  In the interview, Ginsburg makes a rather incredible claim about the purpose, in her mind, of the landmark Roe V. Wade decision. JUSTICE GINSBURG: [...]

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George Tiller Gunned Down

May 31, 2009

Controversial late-term abortionist George Tiller was shot and killed by a lunatic earlier today at a church in Kansas.  Today’s shooting is tragic because it ended a human life and will undermine the  pro-life cause. In coming weeks, the mainstream media’s long-standing pro-choice bias will resurface.  The media will attempt to lump all pro-lifers together [...]

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Sarah Palin’s Choice of Life

April 17, 2009

Sarah Palin spoke last night at a pro-life fundraiser in Indiana.  While there, she gave a very real, human accounting of the thoughts that went through her mind when she found out that she was pregnant with her fifth child Trig, who also suffers from Down Syndrome. In it, Palin admits to briefly contemplating an [...]

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Sebelius Appointment Represents Obama’s Radicalism

March 2, 2009

The appointment of Kathleen Sebelius to Secretary of Health and Human Services represents an insight into the radical designs of this administration in regards to health care.  Sebelius presents a major problem for Catholics and other Christians, as she is known for tight associations with Doctor George Tiller, an abortionist in Kansas on trial for [...]

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Pelosi: Contraception is Economic Stimulus

January 26, 2009

According to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Contraception funding is an economic stimuls, apparently because less babies will save the states money.  In an exchange George Stephanopoulos on This Week: STEPHANOPOULOS: Hundreds of millions of dollars to expand family planning services. How is that stimulus? PELOSI: Well, the family planning services reduce cost. They reduce cost. The [...]

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