He didn’t attack her physically but he attacked her nonetheless. Keith Olbermann, unsurprisingly, made some fairly obnoxious statements concerning pro-life blogger Jill Stanek on a recent broadcast. He named her the “Worst Person in the World”. Frankly, I think that’s hilarious. Jill happens to be the nurse who blew the whistle when she discovered that the hospital where she was employed as a nurse was performing live birth abortions. She courageously stood up and spoke out against this horrible practice and was instrumental in getting national legislation passed that prohibited such atrocities. Continue reading

I’d like to think that it doesn’t need to be said. But I’ve already heard and read enough to know that it does need to be said, over and over, so I’ll say it again right now: Murder is not pro-life. Murder is exactly the opposite of pro-life. One cannot be pro-life and pro-murder. The two ways are mutually exclusive. One is either pro-life or not, pro-life or anti-life, promoting a culture of life or promoting a culture of death. Continue reading

DHS report on right-wing extremism
Have you read the DHS report on right wing extremism?
I just downloaded the nine page DHS report causing such an uproar right now. Get a copy of the report from this page at Fox News. I’m still reading it, but I have to share a quote with you right now, this footnote on the second page:

Rightwing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements, and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of particular religious, racial or ethnic groups), and those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely. It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion Continue reading

It’s beginning to look like my blog is a pro-life blog. Well, it is, but not exclusively so. It’s just that the pro-life movement becomes more and more important to me and more central in my life everyday. True, it’s Christ who is really becoming more and more central to my life, in every way. But this is exactly why I find myself becoming more involved in life issues, issues that cover a broad spectrum of concerns. Continue reading