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Friday, November 30, 2012

Pro-life blog buzz 11-30-12

from Jill Stanek.com


by Susie Allen, host of the blog,Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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Pro-Life in TN writes that with all the warring over the looming fiscal cliff,HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is busy doling out $100,000 to teach at-risk girls how to better “negotiate” condom use with their sexual partners.
Abortion in Washington exposed the fact that Group Health Cooperative was running an abortion clinic in Seattle and training future abortionists on site. After filing a public records request (since GHC refused to disclose its data), it was found that 294 babies were killed in 2011 at the facility.
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition publishes a letter from an Oregonwoman who had been diagnosed with terminal cancer and voted for assisted suicide so she could end her life. Her doctor instead encouraged her to choose life and seek treatment. 12 years later, she is grateful to be alive and no longer supports assisted suicide.


Live Action reviews their personal favorite pro-life statements of 2012, including one about Bella Santorum(pictured left with her father,Rick Santorum) fromTime’s Joe Klein, who wrote:


I am haunted by the smiling photos I’ve seen of Isabella with her father and mother, brothers and sisters. No doubt she struggles through many of her days — she nearly died a few weeks ago — but she has also been granted three years of unconditional love and the ability to smile and bring joy. Her tenuous survival has given her family a deeper sense of how precious even the frailest of lives are.

All right, I can hear you saying, the Santorum family’s course may be admirable, but shouldn’t we have the right to make our own choices?

Yes, I suppose. But I also worry that we’ve become too averse to personal inconvenience as a society — that we’re less rigorous parents than we should be, that we’ve farmed out our responsibilities, especially for the disabled, to the state — and I’m grateful to Santorum for forcing on me the discomfort of having to think about the moral implications of his daughter’s smile.
Accepting Abundance points out how preborn children are now routinely – and almost nonchalantly – destroyed in the hopes of curing “more developed” people.
Life Training Institute promotes a great read on raising a child withDown syndrome.
Secular Pro-Life expresses support for the American Center for Law and Justice’s film, Life Happens:


“Life Happens opens with a short, accessible, and useful history of the abortion conflict in the United States. The film’s coverage of the question of when human life begins is also excellent, with numerous expert interviews. But the heart of the film consists of personal stories.

Though some inaccurate adoption language is used in the film, it covers “hard cases” such as special
needs children and rape:



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