January 13, 2013     Issue 258
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Most retweetable pro-abort tweet of the week...

15 states have a prochoice governor - compared to 30 that have an antichoice one. http:/3/bit.ly/U8qZGn
~ @NARAL, Jan 13





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On January 22, abortion will have been legal throughout the United States for 40 years, leaving in its wake 55 million murdered babies.

The number 40 is significant, Biblically speaking. It is generally considered a period of testing.

  • The Flood lasted rained 40 days and 40 nights. Then Noah waited 40 days after the rain stopped before opening a window of the ark.
  • Moses was on Mt. Sinai with God for 40 days - twice.
  • The Israelites spent 40 years wandering in the Wilderness.
  • The Israelite spies searched out the Promised Land for 40 days.
  • Goliath threatened the Israelite army 40 days before David slayed him.
  • Elijah, strengthened by one angelic meal, traveled 40 days and 40 nights to Mt. Horeb (Sinai) to meet with God.
  • Jonah warned Ninevah they had 40 days to repent, and they did.
  • Jesus fasted for 40 days in the Wilderness.
  • Jesus appeared on earth after his resurrection for 40 days. 
As we pass this grave annual marker of the day the U.S. Supreme Court made its Roe v. Wade decision, let us strive ever harder end this atrocity, beginning first with prayer.

And now, on to my top five most read blog posts this past week!

#1: Autopsy photos released of teen who died during "safe and legal" abortion


My most highly read story this week is a tragic one. I detail the release by Life Dynamics, in cooperation with Operation Rescue and Priests for Life, of autopsy photos of 18-yr-old Marla Cardamone, who died during a "safe and legal" abortion, which we all know it certainly is not.


WARNING: Clicking on the link will lead you to the photos, which are graphic and disturbing.


Also view the heartbreaking interview conducted with Marla's mom Deborah, who gave permission to distribute the photos. 


This week the NBC show Parenthood included an abortion story line.


Planned Parenthood retweeted that the episode was "refreshing," obviously because it was the clinic of choice. 


Read about the "refreshing" reality shown on the show, which in actuality was anything but.


Pro-lifers have always disdained the term "pro-choice," because it is intentionally ambiguous. It lets abortion supporters off the hook.


Now, apparently even "pro-choice" has become radioactive.


On January 9, with carefully controlled fanfare (no press release, hand-picked reporters), Planned Parenthood announced it was abandoning the term "pro-choice." Read details of the press conference and what this means


The cover story in the January 14 issue of Time magazine has stirred a lot of conversation on both sides of the abortion aisle. In particular it has brought to the fore a generational rift within the pro-abortion movement


The article noted the rift as one of several problems the movement is facing. But in the article's wake young feminists have apparently felt freed to launch an open revolt.  


#5: Facebook bans Victoria Jackson for posting graphic abortion photo

is notorious for banning the reality of abortion, even as it promotes the act.

The latest victim of Facebook's censorship is Victoria Jackson, former Saturday Night Live star, now a conservative talk show host.

Read about it here.