Thursday, June 03, 2010

Blasts from the past: Old posts worth revisiting

I've been struck by a spambot, which is requiring me to go to all my old blog entries that he spammed to remove the spam. But some of them are worth going back and visiting again, so I'll share them with you:

The Harassment of a Smiling Baby: The pro-life club at the University of Victoria that is in danger of losing its status over accusations of harassment. What form of "harassment"? Check out what the strong, independent women of the university are too fragile to walk past.

Two abortion supporters who get it. Sort of.: A response to the Tebow Superbowl ad gives an opportunity to reflect.

Here's one where I gotta agree with the ACLU: A Florida woman went to the hospital at 25 weeks to be assessed for premature labor. They ordered bed rest -- COURT ORDERED bed rest in the hospital, away from her children!

Planned Parenthood admits to live births.: An admission by a PP worker that some of the babies they abort are born alive brings an examination of how far off those ultrasound estimates can be, and what the odds are of long-term survival for these babies.

Astonishing new levels of abortion advocacy cluelessness: If one person believed this enough to post it, you'd do well to be aware and be ready to correct them.

Read complaints against Tiller and associates: The recent anniversary of Tiller's murder had his fans out lamenting the loss of their hero. Read here what kind of man they consider worthy of their admiration.

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