Friday, June 28, 2013

Pro-Life News, June 28, 2012

Court: Hobby Lobby Doesn’t Have to Pay Fines While it Challenges HHS Mandate A court ruling today says Christian-run business Hobby Lobby does not have to pay fines under the HHS mandate while its legal challenges continue. A federal appeals court in Denver has reversed a lower court’s decision to deny Hobby Lobby Stores Inc.’s quest for an injunction against part of the Affordable Care Act that requires it to cover the cost of emergency contraceptives for some of its employees. Read More

Obama Admin Releases Final Draft of Pro-Abortion HHS Mandate The Obama administration today released the final draft of the HHS mandate that will force religiously-run groups and companis to pay for abotion-causing drugs and birth control in violaton of their consciences. The initial versions of the HHS mandate have already been the subject of multiple lawsuits from colleges and businesses that will be forced to comply because the HHS rules have very limited exceptions. Read More

Abortionist Killed Baby Born Alive After Abortion, Hid Evidence Cremating Body Some time ago, Live Action published a series on babies born alive after abortions. The series highlighted cases where children were born after abortions and not allowed to survive. One article discussed the accusations made by a former clinic worker against Dr. Tommy Tucker, who has since lost his license after being implicated in the death of a woman at his clinic. Many people in the pro-life movement are aware of the allegations against abortionist Douglas Karpen. Three abortion clinic workers released a video in which they testified that the abortionist has killed many babies who were born alive. Read More

New York Times All But Runs Fundraising Piece for Texas’ Pro-Abortion Wendy Davis It must be nice to be an obscure Democratic state legislator when a major liberal newspaper runs a puff piece in your favor. Such was the case in a June 27 story in The New York Times highlighting the filibuster of a Texas abortion law by Democratic state senator Wendy Davis. In total, the 18-paragraph piece read more like a campaign letter to donors than an actual news article, with the substance of the bill buried in the 16th paragraph of page A23. Read More

Born With No Arms, Chet McDoniel Says “I’m Not Perfect, But I’m Worth It”“I’m not perfect, but I’m worth it.” To read these words through the lens of a pro-life message is powerful. Despite what the world around us may try to communicate about the standard of perfection set for us in today’s day and age, as human beings, we are, in all actuality, perfectly imperfect. Read More

Margaret Sanger’s Eugenic Legacy: Abortion and Planned Parenthood Dr. Angela Franks, author of the incredibly well-researched and scholarly book “Margaret Sanger’s Eugenic Legacy,” is perhaps the nation’s foremost authority on the issue of Margaret Sanger’s troubling history of eugenic activism. Franks spoke to attendees at this year’s NRLC Convention about the eugenic roots of Planned Parenthood’s founder in a talk entitled “Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood: The Eugenics Connection.” Read More

Abortion “Rights” Not Synonymous With Women’s Health When your grandmother gets some bad news, do you tell her: “Well, at least you have your abortion rights”? Why not? Maybe it’s because whatever you think of abortion, the right to have one is not synonymous with a woman’s health. Read More

Outspent 12-1 by Emily’s List, Right to Life Still Beats Pro-Abortion Group In a March 3, 2013, poll conducted by the polling companyTM, inc., only 12 percent agreed with the statement, “Abortion should be legal for any reason at any time during a woman’s pregnancy,” and yet this is the extreme position held by EMILY’s List. Read More

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