Ladies for Life

Dec. 2 round-up

Posted on: December 2, 2008

The Mississippi Baptist Convention has a Memorial to the Missing, using 50 million pennies inside a glass structure to mark the number of abortions in this country since Roe v Wade.

Giacomo at Joust the Facts, a doctor in his day job, has some info on how scientists made a new windpipe for a woman, using stem cells from her own bone marrow. I’d take exception with Giacomo where he says we should tread carefully when looking at research using embryonic stem cells (as opposed to the adult stem cells used in this case). I don’t think treading carefully helps much if you’re heading where you shouldn’t go…

Reasoned Audacity has a round-up of some of the bloggers and others who are fighting FOCA by mentioning the Fight FOCA petition (which now has over 295,000 signatures).

The Paragraph Farmer notes opposition to FOCA from people otherwise solidly in the Obama camp. To put it another way, you don’t have to be pro-life to see what a bad idea this bill would be.

A woman who owns abortion centers that target Hispanic women in California has been arrested. She has entered a plea of no contest to charges of pretending to be a physician, and doing abortions without a medical license.

The next Monthly Call for Life is this Friday.

As always, feel free to expand the round-up by leaving a comment.


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