Category Archives: Pro-life

When you do not have a SuperBaby

This is a must read. “When I was pregnant, I tried to make a SuperBaby. I did not realize I was doing this. I believed I’d long ago shed the theory that a body could be made perfect. “ I know I play the must-read card more than once or twice a month, but I mean it. […]

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Quality of Life Arguments

You have a child with severe disabilities which will someday prove fatal, how much intervention would you accept, or push for?   Various ideas about not wanting to live like that, about natural death, about quality of life, about suffering, and the usual generally expressed. Random thoughts pulled from another discussion, a mess of stream […]

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Redefining Pregnancy for Political Purposes

This is a fund-raiser, for which I apologize, but it makes an important point. In addition to the problems ObamaCare causes for businesses like Hobby Lobby, it also puts Christian colleges in an ugly pickle: “…the Obama Administration’s abortion pill mandate has the potential to destroy much of Christian college education in America. This mandate […]

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Abortion After Birth And Other Reasons To Be Pro-Life

‘Ethicists,’ as I have mentioned, are  now arguing for ‘abortion’ after birth- something the pro-life community pointed out would happen when the hoax case of Roe V Wade allowed the murder of the unborn back in the 70s. And why not? Killing innocent human beings is killing innocent human beings.  Bret Hume is shocked.  I’m […]

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This is beautiful

Believe it or not, it’s a commercial for lingerie, produced in Thailand for the company’s customers there.  It’s perfectly safe for family viewing, although you should probably have tissues. The ad is part of a 3-part series by Wacoal, entitled “Beauty Inside,” that highlights secret sacrifices made by women that reveal their true inner beauty – the […]

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