Sunday, April 30, 2006

A tour of the sidebar

Just a reminder that the stuff in my sidebar isn't there just to take up space. Here's a quick tour:

Under the Previous Posts and Archives come Links. These are resources for verifying stories, getting more information, etc. They include the DocFinder, that lets you check physicians' (and often other licensed profsssionals') backgrounds. There's a link that helps you to email your US Congresscritter.

Under that are resources for avoiding abortion, including the one and only prochoice resource I've found for avoiding abortion. It's a start.

FAQ and Other Blogs is self-explanatory.

On-the-spot Reporting is for web sites and blogs that dedicate themselves to keeping tabs on a particular abortionist or facility. So far there's only ONE there, people! This isn't hard to do, and I'd be glad to help you. A blog is a spectacularly easy web site to run, for example.

Then there are some quizzes over at FunTrivia. The abortion-related ones are mine, but there's a great one on population control hysteria and another on sorting out false arguments.

Then come the plethora of buttons and banners. Amidst this is a box where you can sign up to get notified when this blog is updated, and a search box so you can look for old posts.

There are some really great links among the buttons, including links to abortion statistics in the US and worldwide.

Then I have the Cemetery of Choice section, with a link to Cemetery of Choice, a randomized abortion death summary, and pictures of women and girls who lost their lives at the hands of abortionists.

I've expanded "Recommeneded Reading" to include recommended viewing as well, with the addition of the Christi's Choice video. Christi was 18 years old when Planned Parenthood referred her for a safe-n-legal abortion that left her in a vegetative state for the rest of her life. Everything there is there for a reason, not just because I like making the links over at These are really good books, folks.

Then come pictures and links for those who survived prenatal attempts on their lives.

Last but not least are three online books everybody interested in abortion should read.

I'm also open to suggestions as to what to add to the sidebar.

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