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Pro Life thoughts in a pro choice world through the eyes of a convert. I took early retirement after working in the social work and Human Resources fields but remain active by being involved in pro life education, lobbying and speaking .



Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Pro Life Blog Buzz 3-12-13

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

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At Life Training Institute, Jay Watts addresses the pro-choice argument of using abortion as a means of “self defense.”

At Catholic Vote, Michael New discusses the results of a recent poll showing that the majority of New Yorkers aren’t nearly as pro-choice as their governor. New also points out the under-reported demographics of the poll, which show strong trends toward the pro-life position.

Reggie Littlejohn of Women’s Rights without Frontiers spoke four times at the recent United National Commission on the Status of Women, calling uponChina’s incoming president, Xi Jinping (pictured left), to “abandon all coercive population control and to end this bloody reign of terror” wrought by the One-Child Policy.

Pro-Life Action Leaguerecommends hosting a Way of the Cross prayer vigil on Good Friday, in front of your local abortion clinic.

Stand True has an opportunity for spring/summer internships for adults aged 18-28. Travel, learn, and contribute to the pro-life cause with Stand True and Priests for Life’s youth outreach.

Reproductive Research Audit discusses the importance of closely analyzing the various surveys conducted on abortion view.

… [T]he composition of the sample – whether it is composed of only likely voters, the general population, etc. – can influence the results… [and] the structure of the specific questions can influence the results of a survey.

Suzy B applauds pro-life TN Rep. Diane Black (pictured right) for introducing legislation opposing the HHS mandate and the assault on conscience rights and religious liberties:
Additionally, more than 50 national and statewide groups have joined the recently launched coalition to mobilize grassroots in response to the assault on conscience and religious liberty. Hundreds of thousands of Americans were mobilized last week to urge Congress to include language to defend conscience and religious liberty in any must-pass funding legislation.

Pro-Life in TN says Canadian Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose finds herself in a difficult situation: she opposes gendercide, which is skewed toward females, but feels pressured to vote for the right of women to commit gendercide against their own daughters via abortion.

Reflections of a Paralytic addresses misconceptions about disabled people and sex, stating that “life with a disability is not as awful as it is made out to be.”

Secular Pro-Life provides their perspective on the case of the teacher at a Christian college who was fired for engaging in premarital sex and becoming pregnant, violating her teaching contract. What makes this case really shocking is the fact that the college then hired her husband – the man who got her pregnant – for her old position.

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