Monday, September 16, 2013

Pro-Life News, Sept.16, 2013

Obama Nominee for Judge Says Abortion Frees Women From “Conscription Into Maternity” The United States Senate Judiciary Committee will vote this week on President Obama’s nomination of Cornelia Pillard to the court that many consider the second-most powerful and important in the land, the Court of Appeals of the D.C. Circuit. Of President Obama’s judicial nominees who have exhibited hostility towards unborn children, perhaps none is as flagrant, or as out-of-touch, as Cornelia Pillard. In a 2007 law review article, Pillard wrote that “[r]eproductive rights, including the rights to contraception and abortion, play a central role in freeing women from historically routine conscription into maternity” (emphasis added). She believes there is an “equal protection” right to abortion—a position never adopted by the United States Supreme Court. Read More

As Pro-Lifers Remember Aborted Babies, Cecile Richards Recalls Wendy Davis’ Shoes Yesterday, thousands of pro-life advocates went to memorial sites across the country to remember babies who were victimized by abortion. As they did, the president of the Planned Parenthood abortion business recalled something different — Wendy Davis’ tennis shoes. Read More

Pro-Life Group: Newest Obama Judicial Pick More Pro-Abortion Than Ginsburg Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the heart and soul of the pro-abortion justices on the Supreme Court. Ginsburg not only favors Roe v. Wade and abortion, but wants the high court to reargue the basis for legalized abortion in a way to make it even tougher to overturn and to strike down pro-life laws nationwide. In Cornelia Pillard, his nominee for the D.C. Appeals Court, President Barack Obama appears to have found a judicial nominee even more pro-abortion. That’s what National Right to Life legislative director Douglas Johnson tells LifeNews. Read More

Obama Wants Us to See Graphic Images of Kids Killed in Syria, But Not of Aborted Babies WARNING: Graphic images appear at the bottom of this opinion column. There probably isn't a pro-life activist alive who didn't think what I thought when watching President Obama give his speech about Syria this week. To garner support for his plan to attack that country, Obama implored the American people to view the images of innocent children who had been poisoned to death by their own president. It was clear Obama wanted us to emotionally invest in their tortured deaths: Read More

Shocking Video: College Students Say “Women Need to Have More Abortions” Students for Life’s Planned Parenthood Project has just started our 2nd week, and we are heading to Michigan right now -visiting 4 campuses in the next 4 days with our message of truth – truth about what Planned Parenthood is really about…abortion. You see, last week was a whirlwind – we were in Colorado, New Mexico, and New York! And the verdict is in – our Planned Parenthood Project is making waves on campuses and causing student think about abortion and the abortion industry’s Goliath in a way never done before. Read More

Abortion Workers Talk About “Sucking the Brains Out” of Babies in Abortions It isn’t easy to hear the words day in and day out, or to see over and over the tiny bodies ripped apart or burned to death. It’s gut wrenching. It’s heartbreaking. And for Sarah Terzo of ClinicQuotes.com, it’s part of her life’s mission to expose the truth of abortion from the mouths of those who kill for a living. As a young teenager, Terzo saw a picture of a child who had been aborted at eight weeks gestation. It had been ripped to pieces and Terzo instantly realized that this was a child who had been killed. The photo roused within her a deep desire to do whatever she could to protect babies from abortion. Read More

Head of Down Syndrome Group: I Chose Life Despite Counselor Pressuring Me to Abort A mother’s love for her child goes beyond genetic makeup — a truth Michelle Sie Whitten knows all too well as she beams about her 10-year-old daughter, Sophia, who just happened to be born with an extra chromosome. Whitten, the executive director of the Global Down Syndrome Foundation in Denver, Colorado, spoke with Townhall about her passion for improving the lives of people with Down syndrome, including her own precious daughter, whom she gave life despite a counselor prompting her to terminate her pregnancy. Read More

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