Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Pro-Life News, July 2, 2013

Wendy Davis Won’t Filibuster Second Attempt to Ban Late-Term Abortions Should Texas legislators get another bill to ban late-term abortions to the floor of the state Senate, pro-abortion lawmaker Wendy Davis says she will not filibuster the bill a second time. The bill was filed yesterday in the Texas legislature and legislators hold the first hearing on the measure today in the state House. A representative of Davis tells U.S. News and World Report that a second special session filibuster is not forthcoming. Read More

Obama-Linked Abortion Group Pulls Ad Paying for Texas Protesters Last week it was revealed that the raucous crowd that disrupted legislative proceedings in Texas last week, derailing a law that would ban abortions after 20 weeks, was whipped into an angry mob by leftist socialists and hold-ons from the anarchy-driven Occupy movement. Now it has been discovered that a radical left-wing group with ties to the Obama re-election campaigns sought to hire outside agitators for pro-abortion mischief at the Texas Capitol as a new session has begun that will again attempt to pass abortion restrictions aimed at increasing safety for women and protecting late-term babies that can feel pain. Read More

Pro-Abortion Wendy Davis Backers Tell Legislator “I Hope Your Daughter’s Raped” The paid protesters opposing the late-term abortion ban in Texas are doing more than rallying outside the legislature against the pro-life bill. They’re threatening pro-life state legislators and their staffers. Death threatens, harassing emails and phone calls and calls for their daughters to be raped are among the hate targeted at pro-life lawmakers from the small contingent of abortion activists upset that Texas would consider banning abortions on babies at viability. Read More

“Hoes Before Embryos:” The Pro-Abortion Sign That Says it All If ever there was a sign that showed the priorities of abortion advocates, it is this one that appeared at the rally with Wendy Davis and other Texans who oppose the bill to ban late-term abortions. He paid protesters opposing the late-term abortion ban in Texas are also doing more than rallying outside the legislature against the pro-life bill. They’re threatening pro-life state legislators and their staffers. Read More

Ireland Takes First Step With Vote to Legalize Some Abortions Although polling data and massive public rallies show the Irish people are opposed, the Ireland Parliament today took the first step to legalize some abortions with a 138-24 to allow abortions in rare cases. The Pro Life Campaign said it is disappointed at the result of this evening’s Second Stage vote on abortion in the Dáil but welcomed the fact that an initial four Fine Gael TDs voted against the bill. Read More

Baby Died Five Years After Botched Abortion, Injections in Her Head Failed In July of 1993, a 15-year old mother was brought to Women’s Health Care Services to abort her little girl in the late stages of pregnancy. In fact, so far advanced was the pregnancy that the baby was already in position for delivery. Not having yet perfected his induction method of abortion, according to accounts, Tiller “injected the baby’s head, in two places, the left side of her forehead above the eyebrow and at the base of the skull, with Potassium Chloride, leaving permanent burn marks and needle track scars.” Read More

Will the Senate Let Abortionists Like Kermit Gosnell Continue? Many abortion supporters have been careful to condemn the actions of Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of murder for killing babies born alive after botched abortions. Yet similar actions are legally committed everyday in our country as long as they are completed inside, rather than outside, the womb. These late-term abortions inflict excruciating pain on the unborn child, and unfortunately are not rare occurrences. U.S. Rep. Trent Franks’s (R-AZ) recently-passed bill, the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 1797), would end this inhumane practice by banning abortion past the point at which the unborn child can feel pain, at 20 weeks. The bill is headed to the Senate. Read More

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