Hillary Clinton is not happy that Marco Rubio called her out at this weekend’s Republican primary debate by asking:
Here’s what I find outrageous. There have been five Democratic debates. The media has not asked them a single question on abortion, and on abortion the democrats are extremists. Why doesn’t the media ask Hillary Clinton why she believes that all abortion should be legal, even on the due date of that unborn child? Why don’t they ask Hillary Clinton why she believes that partial birth abortion, which is a gruesome procedure that has been outlawed in this country, she thinks that’s a fundamental right? They are the extremists when it comes to the issue of abortion and I can’t wait to expose them in a general election.
Clinton responded that Rubio’s challenge was “pretty pathetic”…
As Live Action News has reported, pro-abortion group NARAL Pro-Choice America, and a state affiliate, NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio, took to Twitter Sunday night during Super Bowl 50 to further their own agenda, using the hashtag #NotBuyingIt. Unfortunately for them, a lot of people just didn’t buy what they were selling, and NARAL revealed just how anti-child they are.
Dr. Robert George, a pro-life professor at Princeton University, responded to NARAL’s whining against Doritos for daring to show an ultrasound during the Super Bowl:
I gather that the really big news, as always, had to do with a commercial advertisement that was broadcast in the course of the game. Evidently, a potato chip manufacurer, or some such profit-driven purveyor of packaged foodstuffs, showed a video image of an unborn baby. This shocked and appalled the folks at NARAL, the big abortion lobby, who promptly accused the company responsible for the ad of “humanizing the fetus.” Since, however, the fetus in the video was, by all accounts, a human fetus, the offspring of human parents, and not a bovine, canine, or feline fetus, it’s less than clear how it is that the potato chip company (or whatever it was) is to blame for the humanization. Surely NARAL’s complaint would be more fairly lodged against God, or nature, or plain old biological reality.
As John Jalsevac of LifeSiteNews says: “Memo to NARAL: that’s what an unborn baby actually looks like.”
In addition to being a pastor at Offerings Community of First United Methodist Church in Lexington, Teddy Ray is an avid blogger, writing on a wide range of issues related to Christian faith and the life of the church. One of his articles, however, has prompted more response than all of the others combined.
While New Jersey Governor Chris Christie drew pro-life criticism for referring to abortion as “an act of self-defense” in cases of rape during last week’s Republican primary debate, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush also raised eyebrows for making his own case for rape and incest exceptions.
Bush opened his answer by declaring himself to be “the most pro-life person” on the stage “because I’ve acted on it for eight years as governor of the state of Florida,” citing his role in enacting a parental notification law, “Choose Life” license plates to raise money for adoption, taxpayer support for crisis pregnancy centers, and stricter abortion clinic regulations.
In 2009, Esquire reporter John H. Richardson wrote an article about late-term abortionist Warren Hern after touring Hern’s Boulder, Colorado, abortion facility. Richardson observed abortion workers going about their business and interviewed Hern at length. Since most abortionists tend to try and hide the actual carnage in their facilities from the press, it is probable that Hern didn’t show Richardson an abortion; at any rate, there is no description of a late term abortion procedure in Richardson’s article.
This is not surprising. After all, Hern does abortions all the way up until birth and even advertises it on his website. An eyewitness description of one of these abortions would be bound to turn the stomach of an editor or, in fact, any sane person.
Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart has sent another patient to the hospital – the third in less than three months. An ambulance was called on February 4 to Carhart’s facility in Bellevue (hear the 911 call here), Nebraska (this patient’s health status is currently unknown) – but his Germantown, Maryland, facility has seen its share of ambulance calls as well.
In fact, Operation Rescue reports that the two other most recent emergencies occurred in Germantown on January 19, 2016, and on December 15, 2015.
Following Jeb Bush campaign surrogate Lindsey Graham attacking Ted Cruz as too uncompromisingly pro-life, Chris Christie is trying the same attack on Marco Rubio. It’s likely to be similarly ineffective against the target, because both Cruz and Rubio tend to make the extremism of the other side the focus of their discussion rather than emphasizing their opposition to abortion in rape and incest cases, but a number of factors make this a move Christie may come to regret…
A proposed petition to make abortion a homicide in Oklahoma has drawn condemnation from Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s camp as an “unrelenting attack” on women’s rights.
Thomas Hunter of Noble, Oklahoma, filed paperwork on the ballot initiative last week. If it is not challenged in court within ten days, pro-lifers will have 90 days to collect signatures from over 120,000 registered voters, in order to place the question on the November ballot.
A disturbing new video released by the Center for Medical Progress alleges financial incentives for abortion providers that harvest the body parts of aborted children. The admissions reveal how the National Abortion Federation and its members “know somewhere” where middleman procurement companies can obtain quantities of salable aborted fetal organs.
The new tapes expose the alliances between the National Abortion Federation, Planned Parenthood, and abortion providers in regards to fetal tissue procurement. NAF is the professional organization for abortion providers, with reportedly 50 percent of Planned Parenthood membership.
There are countless people who get excited about seeing which team will be this year’s world champion at every Super Bowl, but the commercials are also a big draw for viewers. As there are millions of people tuning in for the Super Bowl, ad agencies spend big bucks to present the best commercials of the year. One commercial that got a lot of attention was from Doritos, which featured a preborn baby who apparently already loves the chips:
Seems like a harmless, funny little ad, right? Wrong — this ad made NARAL furious.
During Saturday night’s GOP debate, one question focused on the issue of abortion, as moderator Mary Katherine Ham acknowledged that most Millennials support restrictions on abortion.
But Chris Christie – who had earlier stated that he was pro-life for all life, including “when it’s a lot more complicated” – made an outrageous error. Christie’s pro-life bona fides have been questioned before, as years ago, he referenced a personal donation to Planned Parenthood. The New Jersey governor had seemed to possibly redeem himself with his bulldog approach to Planned Parenthood’s sale of baby body parts and his commitment to defund the abortion giant.
But during Saturday’s debate, Christie inexplicably called one form of abortion “self-defense.”
Planned Parenthood is America’s largest abortion chain, performing over three hundred thousand every year. But given some recent comments, you might think they’re running an MMA promotion instead.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders gave that impression, anyway. He highlighted Planned Parenthood’s martial prowess last month, saying, “They’re standing up and fighting the important fights that have to be fought.”
Earlier, Sanders had said Planned Parenthood represents “the political establishment,” something the folks there weren’t too pleased with. In response, they tweeted about their willingness to throw down for “women’s health.”
The U.S. Supreme Court will hearWhole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt on March 2, which will examine if Texas’s law (HB2) requiring abortion centers to be held to the same standards as surgical outpatient centers and requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at hospitals places an “undue burden” on women seeking an abortion. While HB2 has been in effect, an estimated 10,000 lives have been saved in Texas from abortion. Many would forget that these children are living, breathing human beings.
Abortion advocates claim that women dangerously self-abort when they can’t access abortion or birth control (ignoring the dangers of even legal abortions performed at abortion centers). They even came up with a faulted study to support these claims.
But now, seemingly overnight, they’ve changed the argument – they’ve decided that Texas women have actually just been having a whole lot of children they can’t support.