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PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:30 am    Post subject: LIFE * The SIN of ABORTION, MURDER of INNOCENT  Reply with quote

       Thou shalt do no murder
Exodus 20

What does the Bible say about abortion?

Before I formed you in the womb I knew you,
before you were born I set you apart.  
Jeremiah 1:5

For You created my inmost being
You knit me together in my mother’s womb
Your eyes saw my unformed body.
All the days ordained for me were written in Your book
before one of them came to be.
Psalm 139:13, 16

Do not shed innocent blood.
Jeremiah 7:6

That verse is one of the 10 COMMANDMENTS, not suggestions.
It is commonly Do not kill, but that is not the meaning behind this command from the Finger of GOD Himself.
It does not refer to war or self defense.
It refers to killing an innocent human.  
It DOES NOT refer to killing an animal.  Yes some actually believe that!


9 Things You Should Know About Roe v. Wade
January 2013
On the fortieth anniversary of the landmark abortion decision, Roe v. Wade, a new poll shows the majority of people under 30 can't name what the case was about. Only 44 percent among those ages 18 to 29 know it dealt with abortion. In an attempt to help fill that knowledge gap, here are 9 things young people—and everyone else—should know about Roe:

1. Contrary to the popular conception, Roe does not limit abortion to the first trimester but institutionalized abortion on demand in all 50 states. As the Supreme Court wrote in the 1992 case Casey v. Planned Parenthood, "we reject the trimester framework, which we do not consider to be part of the essential holding of Roe."

2. Another abortion case that was decided the same day as Roe was Doe v. Bolton. The Court's opinion in Doe v. Bolton stated that a woman may obtain an abortion after viability, if necessary to protect her health. The Court defined "health" as follows:

Whether, in the words of the Georgia statute, "an abortion is necessary" is a professional judgment that the Georgia physician will be called upon to make routinely. We agree with the District Court, 319 F. Supp., at 1058, that the medical judgment may be exercised in the light of all factors - physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the woman's age - relevant to the well-being of the patient. All these factors may relate to health.

As Ramesh Ponnuru has explained,

The 'attending physician'—in real life, very often an abortionist with a financial stake in the decision—can always say that in his medical judgment, the abortion was necessary to preserve the woman's emotional 'health,' especially considered in light of her 'familial' situation. Any prosecution would have to be abandoned as unconstitutional. In other words: The Supreme Court has effectively forbidden any state from prohibiting abortion even in the final stages of abortion.

In the Roe decision Justice Harry Blackmun said that the two opinions—Roe and Doe—"of course, are to be read together."

3. Even legal scholars who agree with legalized abortion have admitted that the reasoning in the Roe decision—which was written by Justice Blackmun—was shoddy. Edward Lazarus, a former clerk for Justice Blackmun, has written that, ". . . as a matter of constitutional interpretation and judicial method, Roe borders on the indefensible." Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who is now herself a Supreme Court Justice, wrote in a 1985 law review article that, "One of the most curious things about Roe is that, behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found."

4. The majority of American states were not moving toward liberal abortion laws before Roe. In 1971, on the eve of Roe, legislation to repeal abortion laws was voted down in Colorado, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, and Ohio.

5. Because of the Roe decision, America is (along with Canada) one of the only Western countries in offering no legal protection to the unborn at any stage of development.

6. In a 1971 resolution on abortion, the Southern Baptist Convention resolved that "society has a responsibility to affirm through the laws of the state a high view of the sanctity of human life, including fetal life." However, the largest Protestant denomination in America had a peculiar definition of sanctity of human life, for the very next sentence called upon Southern Baptists to "work for legislation that will allow the possibility of abortion" under such conditions as 'fetal deformity' and 'damage to the emotional, mental, and physical health of the mother.' Three years later—and two years after Roe codified this position into law—the SBC reaffirmed the resolution. It wasn't until 1980 that the SBC finally condemned abortion as a grave evil.

7. "Jane Roe" was the legal pseudonym for Norma McCorvey the plaintiff in Roe v. Wade. In the 1980s, McCorvey claimed she had been the "pawn" of two young and ambitious lawyers who were looking for a plaintiff with whom they could challenge the Texas state law prohibiting abortion. In the late-1990s, McCorvey was working at a Dallas abortion clinic when the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue moved its offices next door. She says Rev. Phillip Benham, Operation Rescue's national director, started "sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ" with her. She later became a Christian and committed pro-life advocate.

8. No one knows precisely how many illegal abortions there were before Roe, but in 1981 three researchers estimated a range from "a low of 39,000 (1950) to a high of 210,000 (1961) and a mean of 98,000 per year." In 2009, 784,507 legal induced abortions were reported to the Centers for Disease Control from 48 reporting areas.

9. Slightly more than half (54%) of white evangelicals, according to the Pew Research Center study, favor completely overturning Roe. No other religious group, including white mainline Protestants, black Protestants, and white Catholics, agreed with completely overturning the ruling. In fact, substantial majorities of white Protestants (76%), black Protestants (65%), and white Catholics (63%) say the ruling should not be over turned, the survey found.

Roe v. Wade Norma McCorvey is dead
Feb 18, 2017  
-  Norma McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the United States, died in Katy, Texas.  She was 69.  She died of heart failure in an assisted-living home.

PRAY for the living.  
Its SIN to pray for - or to - the dead!

January 2014 - Abortion news belongs in CHAPEL
There are so many abortion posts I tried to collect them all into ONE thread.
The wrath of GOD is upon all nations who murder their children and accept Sodomy!

The Cost of Abortion
Maafa 21 Black Genocide


Planned Parenthood abortion mills, blood sacrifice to Satan


Doctors can kill - LEGALLY!

HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
When GOD destroys USA, you cant say He didnt WARN us!

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Exclamation    A Culture that Celebrates Abortion Wills its Own Destruction
Obama celebrated Roe v Wade (slaughtering millions of children) in a speech.
Obama was grotesque, celebrating an abominable procedure that ought to be outlawed, not glamorized!
Obama affirmed the right to kill babies.
It is misdirection to argue that abortion opponents are on a crusade against womens liberty. This repugnantly factors out of the equation the innocent child involved.

It is dishonest for Obama to couch this issue in terms of womens health. That isnt the issue.
The only thing interfering with a womans choices about her health these days is Obamacare.
If maximizing health care choices were what is driving Obama, he would repeal Obamacare.

Nor does abortion have anything to do with privacy under any stretch of the English language, I dont care what the misguided Supreme Court said to the contrary in 1973.
55 million babies have been killed since 1973.

Perhaps the most offensive sentence by Obama was the last one, in which he attempted to fold the right to abortion into the American dream. Has he no shame?  (NO he doesnt)  No speech will alter the irreversible fact that 55 million Americans were never given an opportunity to fulfill their dreams.
Are some people so dark-hearted that they consider killing babies an opportunity to fulfill dreams?

ABORTION and Breast Cancer


DO NOT get an abortion - it often leads to breast cancer
Avoid many foods which cause cancer
Live as stress-free as possible  (stop laughing)
Do not get any implants - anywhere in your body
This is only the start of a list

40 Women With Breast Cancer Had This "Cosmetic Ingredient" in Their Tissues
23 Apr 2012  Dr. Mercola

New research has detected the presence of paraben esters in 99 percent of breast cancer tissues sampledi.
The study examined 40 women who were being treated for primary breast cancer.
In 60 percent of cases, five of the different esters were present.
Parabens are chemicals with estrogen-like properties, and estrogen is one of the hormones involved in the development of breast cancer.

Abortion and breast cancer
Another study shows a link between abortion and breast cancer.
A study of research conducted over several decades shows a direct connection between abortion and breast cancer, especially with a first pregnancy. Even so, many organizations refuse to recognize it.

Karen Malec (Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer)Karen Malec, president of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer, tells OneNewsNow about additional confirmation.

"This is a study that came out of Northeast China, and they examined reproductive factors that were associated with different subtypes of breast cancer," Malec explains. "And they found that women who have abortions increase their risk of developing breast cancer later on in life by a statistically significant 17 percent."

Last year, a Turkish study reported a statistically significant 66 percent increased risk for women who had an abortion. The Coalition president reports that both studies involve honest research conducted outside the control of the U.S. National Cancer Institute and other Western groups that insist on refuting or ignoring the research.

Malec argues that the studies are even more relevant, considering healthcare reform which will finance abortions, irrespective of President Obama's executive order which bans use of federal tax dollars for abortion. More abortions, she explains, could equate to increased breast cancer cases in the future.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Following posts are misc from a lot of postings, misc dates

James 3
Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great things. Behold, how great a matter a little fire kindleth!

And the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity: so is the tongue among our members, that it defileth the whole body, and setteth on fire the course of nature; and it is set on fire of hell.

For every kind of beasts, and of birds, and of serpents, and of things in the sea, is tamed, and hath been tamed of mankind:

But the tongue can no man tame; it is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison.
Therewith bless we God, even the Father; and therewith curse we men, which are made after the similitude of God.

Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be.
Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter?

Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? either a vine, figs? so can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh.

Why America's abortion debate is murkier and more complex than ever
Feb 2013
 Two-thirds of Americans want to uphold Roe v. Wade. But only 13 percent believe abortion is morally acceptable
During the 2012 election cycle, the Democratic Party enjoyed considerable success staking out strongly liberal positions on gay marriage and contraception. Now, apparently, leading Democrats and powerful liberal interest groups are pondering whether to extend this muscular social-issues agenda to the abortion-rights cause — in some cases, by working to guarantee the availability of late-term abortions. The temptation to lump all social issues together is understandable after liberals' 2012 success. But giving in to it would be politically foolish and morally reckless.

To begin to see why, consider what has enabled Democrats to exploit contraception and gay marriage for political gain.

Nearly all American women (99 percent) have used birth control at least once, more than 60 percent of women currently use it, and a strong majority (63 percent) of all Americans support forcing employee-provided health insurance plans to cover contraception. For the huge numbers of voters in these camps, birth control and the ObamaCare contraception mandate are moral non-issues — and so the Democrats have nothing to lose and quite a lot to gain by portraying themselves as absolute champions of birth control.

The GOP, by contrast, is divided on the topic. Most of those who oppose the contraception mandate are Republicans, and it makes sense to assume that the bulk of the 15 percent of Catholics who follow the Vatican's lead in condemning the use of artificial forms of contraception lean toward the GOP as well. That makes birth control electorally problematic for Republicans in a way this it just isn't for Democrats.

A similar dynamic can be seen with gay marriage. While the issue remains considerably more contentious than contraception — with many Americans, especially traditionalist religious believers of many faiths, opposing it for theological and moral reasons — the tide of public opinion is shifting in gay marriage's favor with astonishing speed.

With roughly 50 percent of Americans now supporting gay marriage (and the rate far higher among those 18-34 years of age), the Democrats (from the president on down) have decided that they now have more to gain by offering robust support for gay rights than by opposing it. And they're probably right.

But from the standpoint of public opinion as well as moral reasoning, abortion belongs in a different category. A recent Pew poll nicely captures America's deeply conflicted views on the issue, with strong support for upholding Roe v. Wade (63 percent) combined with nearly half the country (47 percent) saying that abortion is morally wrong and only 13 percent describing it as morally acceptable.

Abortion is among the most thoroughly tragic issues in our public life. This is not a moral condemnation; it is a moral observation. A tragedy in the classical sense is a situation that pits two legitimate moral claims against each other in such a way that one or the other must be sacrificed, despite its legitimacy. That describes the dilemma of abortion exactly: A woman who learns of an unwanted pregnancy finds that her own good and the good of the fetus lie on a collision course. The woman's moral status is clear, or should be clear, to everyone.

The fetus' moral status, by contrast, is murkier. Some — orthodox Catholics and many other traditionalist religious believers — consider that status obvious. But many others do not — and their views are based on widely shared moral intuitions and cultural practices. Couples do not normally grieve for a miscarried fetus with anything like the intensity that they do for a child who dies after birth. Neither will most couples choose to bury a fetus that has failed to make it to term. It is likewise a firmly established custom to measure human age from the time of birth, not from the time of conception. In these and innumerable other ways, we testify to the significance of birth as a threshold separating distinct phases of life. At birth, we become full-fledged residents of the human world that is governed by morality and law; but prior to birth, we exist in a kind of antechamber to that world, not quite the rights-bearing individuals we will be once we fully commence our lives outside the womb.

And yet, progress in science and technology has been slowly strengthening the case for the humanity — and moral status — of the fetus. Unlike the 13th-century Thomas Aquinas, who believed the soul entered the fetus at "quickening" (the point, usually during the second trimester, when the pregnant woman feels the first stirrings of the fetus inside her), we now know that the fertilized egg becomes an embryo at some point between 10 and 14 days after conception — and that the embryo is genetically a distinct person, albeit an immature one. The old debate about whether "life begins at conception" is now beside the point. Evil or Very Mad  The science of embryology clearly shows that personal identity begins roughly two weeks after conception — something brought home to most parents several weeks later when they get to see actual images of their baby in increasingly sophisticated ultrasound scans. To terminate a pregnancy after two weeks terminates the life of a person at a very early stage of development. We can argue about the moral status of this person, but not about its status as a person.

Given the ambiguity in the moral status of the fetus and the fact that it resides within the body of a human being with inviolable rights, it makes sense that public opinion about abortion is so untidy, with strong support for a first trimester right to choose, but less and less support for that right later in pregnancy, the closer the fetus comes to viability. Many people unwilling to describe as murder the termination of a microscopic clump of cells become quite confident in doing so when contemplating an abortion during the third trimester. That moral judgment is neither deluded nor misogynistic. Twisted Evil

Such judgments also shift in response to the motive for seeking out an abortion. When the life of the mother is at stake — perhaps the most tragic trade-off of all — there is great sympathy and support for the pregnant woman's choice. On the other hand, many Americans are deeply troubled by the thought of women using their reproductive freedom to procure abortions — especially serial abortions — for frivolous reasons. What counts as frivolous? Above all, the use of abortion as an after-the-fact form of birth control.

And this judgment, too, makes sense. Before the sexual revolution of the 1960s and '70s, contraception was often hard to come by, while a pregnancy out of wedlock would in most cases lead a woman to be socially stigmatized. That is not true today. Women have more ways than ever to prevent unwanted pregnancies, as well as a greater range of socially acceptable options for dealing with one when it happens. And that means, oddly enough, that the sexual liberation of the past few decades has helped to create an environment in which there are now fewer situations in which choosing to have an abortion seems morally justifiable.

All of these moral considerations contribute to America's conflicted views on abortion. As long as these views remain conflicted, staking out extreme positions will be politically unwise. That certainly holds for anti-abortion absolutists on the Right (especially when they begin speculating about "legitimate rape" and whether some pregnancies following sexual assault are "something God intended to happen"). But it also applies to liberals eager to become champions of an equally absolute right to choose.

Abortion Kills Mom as Well as Unborn Child in Planned Parenthood Clinic
July 2012  In yet another abortion mishap, the life of the mother was lost in the same procedure she chose to murder her unborn child.  This time the botched procedure occurred in a Chicago area Planned Parenthood clinic.

Last Friday, 24 year old Tonya Reaves, the mother of a year old son entered the Loop Health Center Planned Parenthood clinic with the intention of aborting her unborn child.  She evidently signed whatever consent forms the clinic required and then laid her body as well as her life down and prepared for the procedure.

According to Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue:
“She died later that evening of hemorrhage related to a D&E (dilation and evacuation) abortion.  They did the autopsy the following day, and they confirmed that this was an abortion-related death.”

“We believe this is most likely an error on the part of the abortionist, because women do not hemorrhage to death unless there has been some misadventure during the abortion, and if there’s a delay in calling 9-1-1.  We know that she was finally pronounced dead at 11:20 pm.”

I wonder if women having this same D&E procedure are aware of exactly how it is performed.  In most instances, the D&E is done during the second trimester of pregnancy.  Basically, the person performing the abortion does so by disarticulating the unborn child and removing it piece by piece.  How many adults would like to be torn limb from limb and then have the pieces of their body tossed in the medical waste disposal bin?

Illinois allows two types of abortion clinics: pregnancy termination specialty centers and ambulatory surgical center.  The ambulatory surgical centers have to comply with strict standards similar to those of a hospital and the pregnancy termination specialty centers do not have to meet those same high standards.  However, Planned Parenthood uses the ruse that they are a multifunctional facility and that abortions are only a small part of their business, therefore they are not considered to fit either category.  The result is that they have very little regulation and rarely ever see any type of health or government inspections.

Tonya Reaves death is not the only incident of an abortion gone wrong.  Our site has previously reported on a couple of other cases, one in which a woman nearly died and the other where a woman did die.  At one time, hemorrhaging was the third most frequent cause of death from legal abortions.  I haven’t seen any current figures but from what I’ve been reading, I would not be surprised to see that hemorrhaging is now the leading cause of death during legal abortions.

The day Tonya Reaves died at the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Chicago, just happened to be the same day that James Homes killed 12 and wounded 58 people at the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.  President Obama made it a campaign point to stop in and visit the surviving victims and the families who lost loved ones and extend his campaign felt condolences.

However, when it comes to acknowledging Tonya Reaves, who hails from his hometown of Chicago, the president not only ignored her but told a crowd in Portland, Oregon that he wants his daughters to have the same choices that Tonya had.  Speaking to the Portland crowd on Tuesday, Obama said:

“Mr. Romney wants to get rid of funding for Planned Parenthood. I think that’s a bad idea.  I’ve got two daughters. I want them to control their own health care choices.”

So let me get this straight.  In light of the death of Tonya Reaves, Barack Obama criticized Mitt Romney for wanting to cut funding to an uncontrolled and unregulated Planned Parenthood so they can continue to kill women like Reaves without any recourse.  Worse yet, he wants his daughters to have the same choices to endanger themselves by murdering unwanted babies, most likely the result of careless sex outside of marriage.

If I were one of his daughters, I would be hurt and infuriated that he didn’t care enough to protect me from the dangers of abortion or for suggesting that I take sex and pregnancy that lightly.

If I were a woman in America, I would feel the same way, hurt and infuriated that he doesn’t care enough about the women in our country to take the necessary measures to protect them from harm.

As a man in America, I am not hurt, but I am infuriated that this man, who claims to be a caring leader, cares nothing for the American people, let alone his own daughters.  The only thing Obama cares about is himself.  He doesn’t care about you, me or anyone else.
If I were a painter, I would paint Obama looking in a mirror and title it: Narcissus 2012.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Southern Bapist Convention (once) supported Abortion
5/19/12  Churches shift positions on abortion

Two years before the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, the largest Protestant group in the United States made a powerful statement on abortion.
The Southern Baptist Convention wanted to make it legal.

The members of the convention listed in a 1971 resolution when it should be allowed: “rape, incest, clear evidence of severe fetal deformity, and carefully ascertained evidence of the likelihood of damage to the emotional, mental, and physical health of the mother.”

Three years later, they affirmed that statement and, recognizing the complexities of contemporary society, asked for “God’s guidance through prayer and study in order to bring about solutions to continuing abortion problems in our society.”

By 1980, the middle ground was gone. The Southern Baptists now supported a U.S. constitutional amendment banning abortion except to save a mother’s life.

That reversal was a marker in the rise of the politically potent Christian Right, for which many say abortion has become a proxy for bigger divides in American culture.
Timeline from 1971 on their "stances"

And that was before/shortly after Roe V Wade was made law of the land in 1973, that is...to clarify - they didn't change their stance completely until around 1980.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Most of these were posted by BA in conspiracy section

And I thought I was the one needing my head examined over the last 20 or so years.
Embarassed Seriously, just about every news item is just so crazy for anyone's tastes nowdays.
As it was in the Days of Noah and Lot...

Abortion Workers Use Scissors to Stab Babies Born Alive
Many abortion advocates have no clue what goes on at the clinics they endorse, nor do they really want to know.  They believe that women have this God-given right to say what happens to their body even if it means murdering an unborn child.
But what about the babies?  Do they have any rights?

Sadly, and profoundly perverse is knowing that many people who favor abortion and the right to kill an unborn child are also animal rights activists.  Many members of PETA are pro-abortion.  They protest and picket cosmetic manufacturers and research labs concerning the treatment of the animals while at the same time they are all in favor in the slaughter of innocent lives that never get the chance to see the light of day.

Vegans won’t eat anything related to animal products, including eggs, milk, meat, fish, poultry or even a clear chicken broth.  They believe to do so is cruel to the animals.  I’ve listened to interviews with vegans who were protesting for the right of a woman to have her unborn baby sucked or dragged out of her body a piece at a time and then stand there and declare it’s cruel kill a chick and eat it. But no, not unborn babies.

UN Report Claims Not Offering Women Abortion Equals Torture
 On International Women’s Day, the United Nations is coming under criticism for a report claiming that nations that fail to allow legalized abortion are allowing the “torture and ill treatment” of women.
Juan E. Mendez, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on Torture, and Other Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading Punishment, says not allowing women a chance to detect fetal abnormalities before birth, and having a chance to kill their baby in an abortion if such problems are detected, is wrong.

“International and regional human rights bodies have begun to recognize that abuse and mistreatment of women seeking reproductive health services can cause tremendous and lasting physical and emotional suffering, inflicted on the basis of gender. Examples of such violations include…denial of legally available health services such as abortion and post-abortion care,” he said in the report, saying he was promoting “the reproductive rights practices in health-care settings that he believes amount to torture or ill-treatment.”

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MSNBC Host: ‘I Thank God and Country Abortion Was There to Save Me’
1/25/13  During MSNBC’s “The Cycle” on Friday, co-host Toure celebrated the 40th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision to legalize abortion by telling the story of when he and an old girlfriend decided to have an abortion 15 years ago.
“In some ways that choice saved my life,” Toure said.

He said he was extremely thankful abortion was an option because wasn’t ready to be a dad and going through with the pregnancy would have just made “a mess of three lives” because she “wasn’t the one.”
“I thank God and country that when I fell into a bad situation, abortion was there to save me and keep me on a path toward building a strong family I have now. And I pray that safety net stays in place,” Toure said.
Being able to choose to have an abortion makes for a “stronger America,” he concluded.

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Four Doctors: We’re Proud to Be Doing Third-Trimester Abortions
1/23/13  This is one of those stories where it helps to take a deep breath and remember that because of the lies surrounding abortion, many people simply don’t realize what they are defending. Abortion supporters think they are on a moral crusade, one which they would say is about defending women’s rights.

That being said, however, sometimes the gap between “good intentions” and actions is harder to understand. Such is the case when artists set out to tell “a more human” story about abortion, and end up leaving out crucial information that any journalist would naturally find important. This is pretty much the definition of propaganda.

The Los Angeles Times reports:
Premiering today at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the U.S. documentary competition, “After Tiller” is an intimate and heartfelt look at the four doctors performing third-trimester abortions in the United States, doing so even after the 2009 assassination of such a physician, Dr. George Tiller. … the film brings an emotional clarity to an issue in which every nuanced turn of phrase has been made politically complicated.

“Anyone who has proclaimed violence his method inexorably must choose lying as his principle,” is the way Alexander Solzhenitsyn – a man of some emotional clarity – referred to the “nuanced turn of phrase” to hide the slaughter of innocents. Yes, killing human beings en masse does result in, among other things, political complications.

More U.S. women using the "morning-after" pill
2/13/13  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More U.S. women are taking the "morning-after" pill, but generally just once, according to the government's first report on how the emergency contraception drug has been used since regulators eased access to it in 2006.

About 11 percent of sexually active women, or 5.8 million, used the pill between 2006 and 2010, compared to about 4 percent in 2002, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in its report released on Thursday.

Among those who used the pill during those four years, 59 percent said they took it just once, while 24 percent said they used it twice, the report said. Seventeen percent said they used it three times or more.

Emergency contraception has been available by prescription in the United States since 1999. One version of the morning-after pill, known as Plan B, has stirred the most political controversy.

Plan B, much like regular birth control, stops pregnancy by blocking the release of a woman's egg, or it may prevent fertilization or implantation in the uterus. But it must be taken within days after intercourse to work.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved sales of Plan B to adult women without a prescription in 2006 after years of contentious debate. It later loosened the restriction to include 17-year-olds.

Women's health groups lauded the move as a way to prevent unwanted pregnancies. But conservatives warned it could lead to promiscuity, especially among youth, and more sexual assaults.

Amy Allina of the National Women's Health Network said CDC's findings show morning-after pills are not replacing conventional birth control methods for most women, although "there are some for whom it's clearly not a one-time thing."

Activists are still pressing for over-the-counter access and no age restrictions.

The pill is sold by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd as Plan B. It also is available as a generic. In 2010 the FDA approved another emergency contraceptive called ella, a prescription drug now owned by Actavis Inc.


CDC's findings showed the reasons for emergency contraception use varied depending on race and education levels.

Hispanics and blacks were more likely than whites to report using the drug after unprotected sex. More white women said they used it because they were worried their other birth control method had failed, CDC said.

Those with at least some college education were more likely to use the pill than those with a high school education or less, according to the report, which is based on data from the CDC's National Survey of Family Growth.

"The women who are less likely to have access to healthcare are more likely to say 'I didn't use another method, and I turned to emergency contraception to protect myself,'" said Allina.

Some women may choose to use it occasionally if they cannot afford other methods, she added.

In a separate report on Thursday, CDC looked at overall contraceptive use and found that while the number of women using regular birth control pills has remained flat over time, the use of injections, patches and intrauterine devices has grown.

The number of women whose partners have used condoms also rose, the findings showed.

That trend may reflect increased wariness among Americans to have children amid the 2007-2009 economic recession, the effects of which are still being felt by many, according to researchers at the Guttmacher Institute, which also tracks birth control use.

"At the same time, it can make it harder for people to have access to birth control because of costs," especially for disadvantaged women who face higher rates of unintended pregnancies, said Lawrence Finer, head of domestic research for the reproductive research group.

That situation could change in the wake of the 2010 healthcare overhaul that required health insurers to begin covering birth control last year, although the law faces legal challenges.
Religious groups, particularly Catholics, charge that the provision violates their belief against artificial birth control and are fighting to block it.

Psa_22:9  But thou art he that took me out of the womb: thou didst make me hope when I was upon my mother's breasts.

Psa_22:10  I was cast upon thee from the womb: thou art my God from my mother's belly.

Psa_71:6  By thee have I been holden up from the womb: thou art he that took me out of my mother's bowels: my praise shall be continually of thee.

Psa_127:3  Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.

Psa_139:13  For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother's womb.

Rom 9:20  Nay but, O man, who art thou that repliest against God? Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus?
Rom 9:21  Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour?

Judge strikes restrictions on "morning-after" pill
4/5/13  NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday ordered the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to make "morning-after" emergency contraception pills available without a prescription to all girls of reproductive age, while blasting top Obama administration officials for interfering with the process.

The ruling in a Brooklyn court is the latest step in the years-long legal saga over the pill known as "Plan B," which has sparked political controversy.

Currently, only women age 17 or older can obtain emergency contraception pills without a prescription. Point-of-sale restrictions require that all women present identification to a pharmacist before obtaining the drug.

In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Edward Korman said the FDA's rejection of requests to remove age restrictions was "arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable."

FDA spokeswoman Erica Jefferson declined to comment on the ruling, saying it was an ongoing legal matter.

The Center for Reproductive Rights and other groups had petitioned the FDA to strike down age and access limits, saying there was no scientific proof that girls younger than 17 could not safely use the drug without supervision.

Nancy Northup, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights, hailed the ruling. "Women all over the country will no longer face arbitrary delays and barriers just to get emergency contraception," she said.

The ruling is also likely to be well received by medical groups like the American Academy of Pediatrics, which recommended last year that pediatricians write advance prescriptions for patients under 17.

But opponents of abortion decried the ruling and warned that the pill's widespread availability could spur criminal activity.

"When these are right out there with the bubble gum, they're going to be part of the date rape cocktail," said Karen Brauer, president of Pharmacists for Life.

Some pharmacists across the United States have refused to dispense emergency contraceptives because it violates their religious faith. Making the pills available over the counter removes the pharmacist's role in dispensing the drug, which Brauer welcomed.


Teva Pharmaceuticals Ltd's Plan B in 1999 became the first emergency contraceptive available for prescription use in the United States. The company also markets Plan B One-Step, a one-pill version of Plan B.

"Teva has received the Court's decision and we are currently reviewing it," said company spokeswoman Denise Bradley. "We have no additional comment at this time."

Emergency contraceptives generally sell for $10 to $80. Although they can work as long as 120 hours after unprotected sex, they are most effective in the first 24 hours.

Sanford Bernstein analysts estimate Teva's 2013 sales for Plan B at just $1.5 million, though, because of generic competition like Next Choice from Actavis Inc.

In 2005 the FDA declined to approve over-the-counter sales of the drug, overruling its panel of outside experts as well as its own scientists.

In December 2011 the FDA reversed that stance and moved to approve over-the-counter sales with no age limits. But Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius overruled it, ordering that girls under 17 could only get the pills with a prescription.

As a result of that policy, women well beyond their teens are often asked to present proof of age to show that they are old enough to purchase the pills without a prescription, Judge Korman said.


In his ruling on Friday, Korman said Sebelius' actions were clearly political.

"Nevertheless, even with eyes shut to the motivation for the secretary's decision, the reasons she provided are so unpersuasive as to call into question her good faith," he wrote.

Representatives of the Department of Health and Human Services were not immediately available to comment on the ruling.

One FDA veteran praised the decision, though.

"This has been a 10-year saga during which the FDA was not allowed to do its role properly, not allowed to make science-based decisions," said Susan Wood.

Wood resigned from the FDA as assistant commissioner for women's health in 2005 over its decision not to approve over-the-counter sales of emergency contraception. She is now director of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health at George Washington University in Washington.

"This decision gives the FDA the chance to reclaim its ability to make decisions based on science, medicine and evidence," Wood said, "not politics."
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Focus on the Family President wants abortion-rights advocate
Focus' Daly wants abortion-rights advocates to help make abortion less common
2/12/2011  THE DENVER POST
Focus on the Family president Jim Daly on Friday said he will bridge a great divide by asking abortion-rights advocates to work with his conservative Christian ministry to make abortion less common.
Reproductive-rights supporters say they want abortion to be legal, safe and rare, Daly said, and so his Colorado Springs-based media powerhouse will try to walk that common ground with them — lessening demand for abortion.

The “let’s talk” offer to reproductive-rights groups signals a sea change in Focus’ uncompromising approach to the abortion issue. It is bound to engender controversy about whether detente advances or hinders Daly’s ultimate goal of making abortion illegal.

However, it is in keeping with his makeover of the house that James Dobson built. Daly has said he wants the ministry, which it says reaches 220 million listeners worldwide with its daily broadcasts, to have more conversations and fewer fights.
And Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains said it is willing to listen.

“As I think about this,” Daly said during his Friday broadcast, “I think about the babies that we’re losing right now because we cannot sit down and say, ‘You want to make it rare — tell us how.’ We won’t agree that (abortion) is safe. We certainly will fight for the day that we can overturn Roe vs. Wade, because we want every life to be sacred.”

In the meantime, Daly said, he wants to work with people who may disagree with Focus but with whom “we can eliminate 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000 of 1.2 million babies lost every year.”

The 1.2 million figure, reported in 2008 by the Guttmacher Institute, originally a division of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, is widely accepted by both abortion-rights advocates and abortion foes.
Guttmacher also reports that 22 percent of all pregnancies, excluding miscarriages, end in abortion.

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains spokeswoman Monica McCafferty said the organization has been working for more than 90 years to improve women’s options.
“We certainly welcome any opportunity to work with anyone who wants to work on the root causes of unintended pregnancies,” she said. “Most of what we do is prevention.”

Planned Parenthood, McCafferty said, takes a comprehensive approach to preventing unwanted pregnancies through education and improving access to affordable birth control. But abortion, she said, must remain legal.
“We certainly never want to see the day when women can’t make this personal, private decision for themselves,” she said.

Michael Cromartie, vice president of the conservative Ethics and Public Policy Center, said Daly’s outreach is a bold move and likely to be misread by many conservatives.
“I suspect he will take a hit on this,” Cromartie said. “People on the right will say he is giving up. But I think it could be effective.”

Cromartie said Daly just might convince people there are too many abortions in the country.
“I think it’s the kind of step the movement needs to make,” he said.

Focus spokesman Gary Schneeberger said the ministry doesn’t yet have the list of abortion-rights supporters it will contact, but Focus will reach out to that movement.

“It’s something (Daly) is clearly very passionate about,” Schneeberger said. “It’s a ‘Schindler’s List’ moment for us: How many lives can we save on the way to our goal of ending abortion? We don’t know how it will be received.”

Schneeberger said Focus accepts the opposition’s word that it wants to reduce the numbers of abortions.
“I suspect things will happen very quickly. Within the next month, we certainly will have some conversations,” he said. “This is a legitimate attempt to see if there isn’t some overlapping goal.”

Dobson's Successor Praises Obama, Looks for Common Ground
Apr 2013  What did you think of the fatherhood presentation this afternoon?
It was outstanding. There wasn't anything lacking in the president's presentation. He reaffirmed the importance of fathering and the damage done when fathers are lacking in the home. And it's something that is core to Focus on the Family as well. Thought it was gracious for the White House to extend an invitation to Focus on the Family. We're certainly going to have enough areas to disagree on certain policies. But one of the things I want to do as president of Focus is when there is common ground that , we can pull together and say, "This is good. This is a good thing." And personally, I am 47, like the president. I also didn't have a father. So I can identify with what he describes as that hole in your heart. Anything we can do to help kids fill that void, I applaud. It's something we're trying to do every day at Focus and I think it's wonderful for the government to also lend its support in that way.
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Planned Parenthood Marks 96th Birthday With 6 Million Abortions
Oct 2012
Planned Parenthood marks its 96th birthday today and one leading pro-life activists who has been a watchdog of the abortion business for decades estimates Planned Parenthood has denied 6 million unborn children birthdays of their own.

“In 2010, Planned Parenthood did 27 percent of all the abortions in the United States. It has ended the lives of over 6,000,000 human beings in its own facilities since 1970. And, during that same time, it collected over $6 billion in taxpayer money,” says Jim Sedlak of American Life League.

Sedlak says Planned Parenthood has a history of preying on black Americans.

“Planned Parenthood Federation of America dates its beginning to Oct. 16, 1916, when Margaret Sanger opened the nation’s first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York,” he explained. “Sanger had three basic philosophies that are still active within Planned Parenthood today.

One of those was a passion to prevent the birth of “defectives,” which Sedlak says led to her stating in her 1932 Plan for Peace that persons from “dysgenic groups” should be given their choice of sterilization or confinement on a farm for the rest of their lives. Sanger was a member of the American Eugenics Society.

“Planned Parenthood does not make public the race of its abortion clients anymore. In the 1990s, it revealed that 43 percent of its abortions were on blacks and other minorities – who only made up 22 percent of the population,” he explained.

Today, looking at the most recent figures from Planned Parenthood, it did 329,445 abortions in 2010 while it provided prenatal care to only 31,098 women and referred only 841 women to adoption agencies.

The number of women receiving prenatal care dropped significantly from 2009 to 2010, as the abortion business helped 40,489 women in 2009 — meaning almost 10,000 fewer women received prenatal support from Planned Parenthood last year than the year prior, or a drop of almost 25 percent.

The number of women getting adoption referrals also declined — from a low 977 in 2009 to 841 last year, or a decline of 14 percent. Examined another way Planned Parenthood does 391 abortions for every adoption referral it makes and almost 11 abortions for every woman it helps with prenatal care.

The following chart breaks down this same data by type of service performed:

On December 27, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) released its latest Annual Report for 2009-2010. The report indicates PPFA had a total budget of $1.04 billion and  an excess of revenue over expenses of 18.5 million dollars — a net profit. The new report also reveals 46 percent of the total PPFA budget comes from taxpayer dollars in the form of government funding.

Abortions have increased virtually every year since Planned Parenthood started doing them in the states that legalized abortion prior to Roe v. Wade:

1969 0
1970 100
1971 500
1972 1,000
1973 5,000
1974 10,000
1975 20,000
1976 40,000
1977 58,660
1978 70,000
1979 67,000
1980 60,000
1981 79,997
1982 80,000
1983 85,242
1984 88,824
1985 91,065
1986 98,638
1987 104,411
1988 111,189
1989 122,191
1990 129,155
1991 132,314
1992 130,844
1993 134,277
1994 133,289
1995 139,899
1996 153,367
1997 165,174
1998 168,509
1999 182,792
2000 197,070
2001 213,026
2002 230,630
2003 244,628
2004 255,015
2005 264,943
2006 289,750
2007 305,310
2008 324,008
2009 332,278

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