Thursday, May 07, 2009

Life Links 5/7/09

The Wall Street Journal has an article on the meetings and discussions between abortion proponents and opponents selected by President Obama who trying to craft proposals to “prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduce the demand for abortion.” It seems noteworthy that the leading pro-choice voices like NARAL’s Nancy Keenan and NOW’s Kim Gandy are participants while no one from National Right to Life is participating.

Ten years after having surgery while he was in the womb, 9-year-old Samuel Armas talks about his prolife beliefs with FOXNews.
"When I see that picture, the first thing I think of is how special and lucky I am to have God use me that way," Samuel told "I feel very thankful that I was in that picture."

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops are starting a campaign to oppose Obama’s stem cell guidelines. They have a variety of useful resources on their web site.

Greg Johnson calls on Shelby County District Attorney Barry Gibbons to investigate Planned Parenthood of Greater Memphis after Lila Rose’s Live Action undercover investigation and PPGM CEO Barry Chase’s embarrassing attempt to defend his organization. Also, here’s Rose’s letter to Tennessee legislators responding to Chase’s various claims.

In Arkansas, the trial date of a man accused of attempting to run over abortion clinic protestors has been rescheduled .
Jason Bryant Shireman, 42, of 1701 E. Mission Blvd. is charged with aggravated assault, a class D felony that carries a prison sentence of up to six years and a fine of up to $10,000 upon conviction.

During an interview with police, Shireman said that he drove onto the sidewalk to show the demonstrators "what he thought about them." He denied trying to run over them.

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