In a post about 2 weeks old, pro-choice blogger Dadahead goes after Scott Klusendorf and prolife arguments in general by creating a strawman ("Killing people is always wrong (and should be illegal)") and doing the exact thing he accuses Scott of ("So what the anti-choice movement is trying to do is to impose the normative implications of their pet metaphysical theory (highly influenced by their pet religious ideology) on the rest of society, without giving us any reason to believe that their theory is, you know, true."). I've jotted off a quick response to Dadahead in the comments section, maybe Scott will do the same.
Another boost for stem cells from umbilical cords.
"The newly discovered human cells, named "cord-blood-derived embryonic-like stem cells" or CBEs, are not quite as primitive as embryonic stem cells, which can give rise to any tissue type of the body. But they appear to be much more versatile than "adult stem cells" such as those found in bone marrow which repair damaged tissue during life." HT: Wesley Smith
The Raving Atheist goes to town on Planned Parenthood's commercial which features cartoonish violence against prolife protestors.
"The cartoon cannot be dismissed as an mere aberration or accident. It plainly represents the official policy of PPGG, and was funded out of its $20 million budget. The protagonist "Dian" is deliberately modeled after the organization's president, Dian Harrison. To date, Planned Parenthood's national organization has not renounced it or even commented on it.
For nearly a year I have volunteered for a Crisis Pregnancy Clinic. It provides medical assistance, shelter, diapers, toys and other supplies for new and expectant mothers. Some of its clients are recruited from in front of abortion clinics by the "ghouls" so ignorantly portrayed in Superhero. But as demonstrated by the baby pictures lining the CPC's walls, their "victims" join the ranks of the living rather than the dead."
His post has sparked a lively discussion in the comments section.