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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Pro-life blog buzz 9-17-13

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by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli
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Live Action News compares the passage of legislation regulating tattoos in Washington D.C. to the capital’s lack of abortion regulation: Consider the 66 new pages of regulations the District of Columbia is thinking about imposing on tattoo parlors, which include prohibitions on minors getting tattoos, limits on the kind of body piercings minors can get, mandatory informed consent for health risks, and a 24-hour waiting period.
Yes, that would be the same Washington, DC which is run by pro-aborts, has no parental consent or notification requirements for minors seeking abortion, and no waiting period for abortion, all of which adds up to one of the country’s highest abortion rates.
They are for regulating everything except the right to end the developing life in the womb. Amazing.

Clinic Quotes shows that Planned Parenthood has never had a problem with sex-selective abortions. From PP spokesperson Lisa Andrusko (1985):
… [O]nce the state of the fetal diagnostic art moves from second to first trimester, so abortion falls within the menstrual extraction…. Planned Parenthood will increasingly connote planning the sex as well as the spacing of offspring.

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition reports on the efforts to sell assisted suicide to the Australian public.

At Abortion Pill Risks, Monty Patterson (father of RU-486 victim Holly Patterson) discusses an Oklahoma case coming before the US Supreme Court on the use of RU-486 without regard for FDA recommendations of use. While the abortion industry contends that the off-label use of the drug is done all the time, women’s safety is put at risk by doing so: The Oklahoma law does not ban the use of the Mifeprex regimen, nor does it ban any abortion before or after 49 days gestation. It simply requires that the medical abortion regimen be administered in the way deemed safest by the FDA. The Act imposes no obstacle or undue burden to women seeking access to an abortion….As part of this Supreme Court case, I submitted an “Affidavit of Monty Patterson, father of Holly Patterson” in support of the “Brief of Women and Families Hurt by RU-486.”

Abstinence Clearinghouse links to a blog which warns parents to be aware of the Snapchat social media app, which “was based on a lie” and “was created as a ‘safe’ way to SEXT.” Hmm… sounds like it could be something that Planned Parenthood might eventually use to market themselves to teens.

[Snapchat meme via]

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