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New Stanek WND.com column, “On the path to over-the-counter abortions”
On June 17, the FDA's Advisory Committee for Reproductive Health will hold a public hearing to begin the approval process of a new abortion pill, Ulipristal acetate, to be marketed by the brand names ella® or ellaOne®.
ellaOne can be taken up to 5 days after unprotected sex, as opposed to emergency contraception, which can be taken up to 3 days after unprotected sex.
ellaOne has been marketed in the United Kingdom since September 2009 as an emergency contraceptive, but it does not chemically work the same in a woman's body as an EC.
In fact, ellaOne works the same as mifepristone, or RU486, also known as the abortion pill, which can be taken up to 49 days after the first day of a woman's last period....
A "fact sheet" by the Reproductive Health Technologies Project, which is pushing FDA approval of ellaOne, confirms "mifepristone [RU486] and ulipristal acetate [ellaOne] are both selective progesterone modulators."...
ellaOne is an abortion pill. Backers want it considered an EC to make it available first by prescription and then over-the-counter, as was the EC.
If the FDA approves ellaOne as an EC, the day draws closer when abortion proponents push to make RU486 available first by prescription and then over-the-counter....
Continue reading my column today, "On the path to over-the-counter abortions," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND.com column, “No compromise on female genital mutilation”
Looking back on my days as a labor and delivery RN, deliveries of babies to Middle Eastern couples were the hardest.
There was the husband who tried to order me not to let his wife have an epidural.
And there was the 30-something-year-old married to his 15-year-old first cousin who was aborting their (not surprisingly) handicapped baby.
Then there was the laboring mother who had been the victim of female genital mutilation.
FGM is a custom found primarily in Asian and African Muslim countries... but it is coming to America.
There are 4 types of FGM, according to the World Health Organization...
The mother I was delivering had been maimed by the worst, "infibulation," so her delivery was somewhat of a perennial massacre. It was awful.
Traditionally, feminists have strongly opposed FGM, along with all of Western civilization.
But in this new age of cultural sensitivity, attempts are being made to bridge the divide, not necessarily end the barbaric practice of FGM....
Continue reading my column today, "No compromise on female genital mutilation," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek column: “The slimy task of pro-abort men”
The April 29 issue of Newsweek featured a conversation among liberal feminists about the future of the abortion movement.
Surprising to me was a recurring lament about the shortage of outspoken pro-abort men. Hasn't the mantra for almost 40 years been, "My body, my choice"?
Only last week pro-abort FL Rep. Janet Long told fellow legislators to "stand down if you don't have ovaries" when voting on a bill requiring mothers seeking abortions to undergo ultrasounds.
The message has been loud and clear ("hear me roar") that if you don't have female reproductive organs, you have no say in abortion either personally or corporately....
I have no preconceived assumptions about pro-life men. I know exactly what kind of men they are. They are stand-up, not stand-down men. They respect women. They love children. They take responsibility. They are protective.
Unlike pro-abort men, pro-life men have no selfish stock in the pro-life movement. They don't exploit women as sex objects where consequences are dealt away with.
I love pro-life men. They bring valuable, unique God-given gifts to the table to help in the abortion battle.
Feminists have no trouble bragging about strengths women have that men don't, but they cannot admit men have strengths women don't. I have no problem there....
Pro-lifer Gerard Nadal commented on my blog:
... It's easier being a pro-life male. We get to be and act like men ought. And we get great women who aren't at war with their own nature, which means they aren't at war with the men who complement that nature and whose nature is complemented by women's....
Continue reading my column today, "The slimy task of pro-abort men," on WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek column, “Vaccines made with fetal cells causing autism?”
EPA researchers publishing a study in the Feb. 16 issue of Environmental Science & Technology were "surprise[ed]" to find a worldwide jump in the incidence of autism beginning in 1988....
The Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute actually found 3 "change points" in autism trends - 1981, 1988 and 1995....
All those bumps followed the introduction of vaccines containing aborted human fetal cells....
The EPA study relied on previous studies to deny a link between autism and vaccines whatsoever. But there is a new wrinkle. NaturalNews.com reported April 12:
One of the central figures in the CDC's claims about vaccine safety is reported to be under investigation by Danish police after almost $2 million turned up missing that was supposed to have been spent on research....
Liberals, who believe there is a link between autism and mercury in vaccines, called for an investigation:
"Questions about Thorsen's scientific integrity may finally force CDC to rethink the vaccine protocols since most of the other key pro-vaccine studies cited by CDC rely on the findings of Thorsen's research group," Robert F. Kennedy Jr. wrote on the Huffington Post. "The validity of all these studies is now in question."
It would be ironic if the liberal demand for additional research helped lead to a confirmed link between autism and vaccines containing aborted fetal cells....
Meanwhile, pro-aborts lambasted a blog post I wrote on the questionable link between autism and vaccines containing fetal cells. Amanda Marcotte at Pandagon blogged:
[A]nti-choicers are running with a bull---t story that vaccines are made with aborted fetuses, and that's what causes autism. This article and the one it banks off of from Jill Stanek are both amazing examples of what can be produced when a person has no respect for their audience's intelligence or the truth.
Marcotte began by disputing that the aforementioned vaccines are made from aborted fetal cells....
So let's clear up that they are....
Continue reading my column today, "Vaccines made with fetal cells causing autism?" at WorldNetDaily.com.
[Marcotte photo via Seal Press]
New Stanek WND column, “The consequences if Komen Foundation admits ABC link”
In my previous column, I revealed that the son of the founder of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is in a joint business venture with Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest....
Eric Brinker wrote me that only "20 of Komen's 122 US affiliates fund breast health services through local Planned Parenthood clinics."
Coincidentally, 2 of those 20, Komen Puget Sound and Komen Boise, fund Brinker's business partner, PPGNW (corroboration at links)....
All 5 PPGNW clinics involved with Komen either commit or refer for abortions. All dispense birth-control pills and emergency contraceptives....
A 2009 study... showed that the risk for women under 40 of contracting a newly identified and virulent form of the disease called triple-negative breast cancer rose by 320% if using hormonal contraceptives for a year or more.
That same study, co-authored in part by 2 of the very National Cancer Institute researchers who in 2003 denied a link between abortion and breast cancer (read more on that here and here), also acknowledged a 40% increased risk of contracting breast cancer under the age of 40 if a woman had had an abortion....
Tragically, Susan Goodman Komen was only 33 years old when contracting breast cancer, dying 3 years later. Her sister Nancy, Komen's founder, contracted breast cancer at age 39. She is now a 25-year survivor.
Both were under 40.
Would recognition that one's reproductive history may be implicated in breast cancer be too hard to handle within the upper echelon of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation?
Would it make the disease less noble?
Read my column today, "The consequences of admitting ABC link," in its entirety at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Planned Parenthood deepens link to breast-cancer group”
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation had noble beginnings, launched by Nancy Goodman Brinker in response to a promise she made to her dying sister, Susan Goodman Komen, to do all she could to eradicate breast cancer. Komen succumbed to the disease in 1980 at age 36. Nancy went on to contract the disease herself and is now a survivor.
SGK has a noble mission, "to save lives and end breast cancer forever."
But for years pro-lifers have opposed contributing to SGK because it not only denies that induced abortions may cause breast cancer, it also bestows financial grants to Planned Parenthood affiliates....
Three days ago a diligent pro-lifer in Washington state discovered on Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest's IRS 990 forms that it has held a 12.5 percent share in Metro Centre, a mall in Peoria, IL, since 2006.
PPGNW is Washington's largest abortion provider. (It is also currently under investigation for Medicaid fraud.)
Metro Centre is owned by Eric Brinker.
Eric Brinker is the son of Nancy Goodman Brinker, the founder of SGK. Eric also sits on SGK's board....
Continue reading my column, "Planned Parenthood deepens link to breast cancer group," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Can pro-lifers ever support Democrats again?”
I'm proud to be a Republican, but I'm pro-life first.
After making a couple observations about 2 years ago, I decided to work harder at being a nonpartisan pro-lifer.
First, it seemed to me Republicans were taking our support for granted and had wasted political capital, particularly when they owned all 3 branches of government from 2000-2006 (save for the 17-month Jeffords Senate flip blip).
Second, I thought Rahm Emanuel gave us an opening in 2006 when forced to recruit pro-lifers to run in conservative districts so House Democrats might win back the majority. Could we germinate life in the Party of Death?
Thereafter I bolstered Democrat pro-lifers whenever I could in my writing. It was hard, but I tried to catch 'em being good.
Then health care happened, and the importance of Democrat pro-lifers became more apparent than ever before. We were on the brink of advancing abortion to an extent not seen since the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. The Supremes made it legal; socialized health care would make it much more available through regulations and much more affordable through public funding.
Republicans in the minority were basically helpless to stop it, but could the small Democratic pro-life band of brothers and sisters?
It was at this point I wrote two blog posts I now regret - "Remain calm about Nelson" and "Remain calm about Stupak." A proverb I knew but cast aside in hope: Never "remain calm" about any politician....
Continue reading my column today, "Can pro-lifers ever support Democrats?" at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Publicly funded eugenics”
... In motion is a dizzying array of both legitimate and nefarious factors that might sway some votes. But the Democratic pro-life caucus is key, one way or the other.
Pro-abort Democratic leadership stopped trying to strike a compromise with Stu-PAC late last week, finally realizing, as House GOP Minority Leader John Boehner put it, abortion is "one of those issues that, literally, can't split the baby." (Well, pro-aborts wouldn't mind, but pro-lifers do.)
But along the way, pro-abort Democratic leadership apparently engaged Stupak in some interesting conversations....
According to National Review Online, quoting Stupak:
... What are Democratic leaders saying? "If you pass the Stupak amendment, more children will be born, and therefore it will cost us millions more. That's one of the arguments I've been hearing," Stupak says....
The Democratic Party wants publicly funded abortion available to the poor and minorities - so as to abort the poor and minorities. Sen. Dick Durbin was amazingly candid during a Senate committee meeting last July when arguing in favor of publicly funded abortions in the District of Columbia....
Continue reading my column today, "Publicly funded eugenics," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “The copycat who stopped live tweeting her abortion”
Last week I wrote about Angie Jackson, who began live tweeting her RU-486 abortion on Feb. 18 to "demystify" us, thinking it would be a "4 hour bleed out."
We learned together Jackson was grossly uninformed about the medical abortion process.
For 9 days Jackson tweeted about recurring headaches, nausea, vomiting, bleeding, pelvic pain, backaches, and cramping so bothersome she went through an entire bottle of 20 Tylenol with codeine in a week and had to ask for more (which she was apparently denied, tweeting Feb. 27, "This is definitely the most pain so far. It's distracting & makes me unhappy... Ibuprofin is a joke, ya'll")....
Meanwhile, a copycat named Next Thursday, inspired by Jackson, decided to begin tweeting her RU-486 abortion on Feb. 25....
When the day came for Next Thursday to begin her RU-486 abortion, it had first to be determined whether she was too far along....
That the abortion mill qualified Next Thursday for an RU-486 abortion by ultrasound tells me it may have fudged on dates.... a red flag for events to follow....
Three days into Next Thursday's RU-486 abortion, something bad happened. Her second-to-last tweet ominously reads: "I've been bleeding like a stuffed pig all day."...
Continue reading my column today, "The copycat who stopped live tweeting her abortion," on WorldNetDaily.com...
New Stanek WND column, “Live tweeting abortion”
Be careful what you attempt to demystify.
At 4:08 p.m. on Feb. 18 micro-blogger Angie Jackson began posting the blow-by-blows of her RU-486 abortion on Twitter. "I took the first pill a little under 2 hours ago," she tweeted.
The 27-year-old's intention, she later told ABC News, was to "demystify" RU-486 abortions....
RU-486 abortions are the coming rage, much less hassle for abortion profiteers than surgical abortions. The mother takes an RU-486 pill at the clinic, which kills the baby, and follows up at home with 1 or 2 doses of misoprostol pills to cause contractions to expel the baby. All for $480, as Angie tweeted.
The bonus for abortion clinics is if an RU-486 abortion doesn't work, which occurs 7.9% of the time according to RU-486's label, there is no guarantee, so mothers must then undergo and pay for surgical abortions - abortion double-dipping.
Notwithstanding that, along with serious, life-threatening complications that can lead to death, as has happened at least 8 times in the U.S. since RU-486 was legalized in 2000, are RU-486 abortions generally less hassle for aborting moms?
Jackson thought so, basing her decision on the fact her abortion would... be a "4 hour bleed-out," as she tweeted beforehand....
But the first rule of demystifying is one must herself be demystified before attempting to demystify. If not, the demystifying process may not go as anticipated, which is what happened in Jackson's case.
Only because Angie decided to live tweet her RU-486 abortion did we learn in actuality it's a long, drawn out, painful process. For that reason I thought Angie's exposé was a worthwhile educational experience for us all....
For 9 days, from Feb. 19-27, Jackson tweeted about such severe cramps she had difficulty walking across the room. She went through 17 Vicodin in 6 days and at a point soon after requesting a prescription for another 20.
Jackson tweeted nausea, vomiting, backaches, headaches and bleeding. 5 days into her abortion experience, Angie commented on another blog, "Honestly I had no idea this would go on so long. I thought the entire abortion would take a few hours, as I'd read in a few stories...."
At the bottom of this column you can read what Jackson's suffering looked like in real time, where I've synopsized the pain of her tweets....
Continue reading my column, "Live tweeting abortion," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “The abortion clinic and other novel ideas of Adolf Hitler”
... Next week Polish pro-lifers will unveil a huge billboard in one of Poland's large cities (unnamed now so as not to jeopardize the plan) reminding the public of Adolph Hitler's push for abortion during the Nazi occupation....
Translation: Abortion for Polish women introduced by Hitler on March 9, 1943
... Under Hitler's guidance, the Berlin Chamber of Physicians loosened the Nazis' abortion policy in 1933 so as to use abortion as a tool to exterminate nondesirables. It determined "the health of the mother - considered from all angles - is the decisive factor" for abortions.
Flash forward to the US Supreme Court's definition of the abortion health exception in its Jan. 22, 1973, Doe v. Bolton decision, which was, "all factors - physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the woman's age - relevant to the well-being of the patient."
Great minds think alike, or plagiarize sometimes.
Hitler also introduced the novel concept of free-standing abortion mills in a 1942 policy statement:
It will be necessary to open special institutions for abortions and doctors must be able to help out there in case there is any question of this being a breach of their professional ethics.
What vision. Hitler would no doubt have approved of locating American abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods....
Continue reading my column today, "The abortion clinic and other novel ideas of Adolph Hitler," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Wednesday-morning quarterbacking the Tebow ad”
It all turned out so well, I have a hard time making much of the fact that Focus on the Family's Tebow ad, billed as pertaining to the pro-life issue, didn't have anything to do with abortion.
But looking back, Focus never said it would.
In fact, Focus said it wouldn't. CEO Jim Daly told USA Today on Feb. 5 the ad was "an open discussion on the sanctity of human life - not just the issue of abortion... [with] a bit of humor in it - in fitting with the Super Bowl theme."
Focus gave exactly what it promised.
People like Jeff Emmanuel at RedState.com commended Focus for PR genius:
The job done by Focus and the Tebows with their much-
publicized Super Bowl advertisement was nothing short of masterful. In fact, I'm not sure that word describes the level of mastery Focus showed with their domination of the pro-abortion left through last night's ad and the public relations battles leading up to it....
Continue reading my column today, "Wednesday morning quarterbacking the Tebow ad," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “With Roeder trial, abortion dodges another bullet”
The actual translation of Exodus 20:13 from the Hebrew is, "Thou shalt not murder," indicating a premeditated, uncivil act.
The Bible considers murder the ultimate violation of the sanctity of human life, requiring the ultimate punishment. So Exodus 21:14 makes perfect sense to state, "If anyone schemes and kills someone deliberately," that person shall be "put to death."
I would have had no problem with late-term abortionist George Tiller being sentenced to death by a jury of his peers for committing thousands of murders of preborn children. In recent days both President Obama and his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, have endorsed the execution of alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. KSM's actions were no more heinous than GT's.
But I did have a problem with Scott Roeder murdering Tiller. It was a premeditated, uncivil act.
A pocket of pro-lifers think killing abortionists is just because it stops them from murdering preborn babies when unjust laws or public officials won't. If one believes in the full humanity of the preborn, they say, use of force is as justified to save their lives as it would be to save a classroom of kindergartners from being murdered.
Scott Roeder was obviously a member of that camp.
Roeder's defense team wanted to show that Roeder "reasonably believe[d]... deadly force [was] necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to... a third person," according to KS law, the "third person[s]" being preborn children....
Continue reading my column today, "With Roeder trial, abortion dodges another bullet," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Bill protects preborns after 20 weeks”
On Dec. 3, 2009, NE late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart told the New York Times that after the death of colleague George Tiller in May he began committing abortions "'past 24 weeks."...
The NYT added:
Dr. Carhart's fee schedule lists prices for abortions up to 22 weeks and 6 days (at that point, $2,100 in cash or $2,163 on a credit card), but notes that abortions after 23 weeks are available "after consultation with our doctor," and that abortions after the 27th week may take four days.
The problem is NE has a law banning abortions past the age of viability. Although unspecified, currently a baby is considered viable at 23 weeks.
This wasn't the first time Carhart publicly flouted the fact he allows himself a wide swath of wiggle room on whether a baby he is aborting is viable or not.
Hence the introduction of the Abortion Pain Prevention Act by NE Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood on Jan. 21.
The Abortion Pain Prevention Act takes us into a whole new world of abortion law, banning all abortions after 20 gestational weeks on the basis of a preborn baby's capacity to feel the pain of it all. At this age a baby anatomically "has the physical structures necessary to experience pain," states the bill, based on scientific evidence....
Watch this legislation. It has the potential to be as explosive in the 2000s as the Partial Birth Abortion Ban was in the 1990s, and just as damaging to the abortion movement. Meanwhile, if passed, it would save exponentially more lives.
And once again Carhart, the ultimate loser of the PBA Ban battles before the Supreme Court, is in the middle of it....
Continue reading my column today, "Bill protects preborns after 20 weeks," at WorldNetDaily.com.
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New Stanek WND column, “Obamacare’s biggest hurdle: The Manhattan Declaration”
On Nov. 20, the historic Manhattan Declaration was unveiled, just what my distraught spirit had been yearning. I became its 218,525th signer.
The Manhattan Declaration is a momentous 4,700-word manifesto authored by Chuck Colson, Dr. Robert George, and Dr. Timothy George, with input from many Orthodox, Catholic, and Evangelical leaders. Colson calls it "one of the most important [documents] in my lifetime."
The Manhattan Declaration draws a line in the sand on the 3 paramount issues of our time: the sanctity of human life, the sanctity of marriage as the holy and conjugal union of husband and wife, and the rights of religious liberty and conscience....
Manhattan Declaration drafters are inviting all like-minded believers to sign on, but the potential ramifications for doing so are sobering.
As Dr. James Dobson explained on his Nov. 23 Focus on the Family radio program, insofar as his signing of the Manhattan Declaration pertained to passage of socialized health care with publicly funded abortion:
I don't say this glibly at all. ... Shirley and I will not be able to comply. That is absolutely untenable to us, because it would make us participants in the killing of babies, and we can't and we won't do that. Now I don't know where all of this is leading or what the implications of it are, but if we have to pay ruinous fines, or have to go to prison, or even if we have to leave this beloved country and spend the rest of our lives in exile, that's what we are prepared to do.
This must be the mettle of Manhattan Declaration signers....
Continue reading my column this week, "Obamacare's biggest hurdle: The Manhattan Declaration," at WorldNetDaily.com.
WND column, “Pro-life need-to-knows on health care in Senate”
For 6 weeks, and behind closed doors, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Democrats have been crafting their own version of a socialized health-care bill.
With the House's passage of its bill, Reid is ready to pull the trigger, now only awaiting a cost estimate from the Congressional Budget Office on two new tax increases his side has proposed to help contain their behemoth.
The CBO report could come at any moment, perhaps before this column is published.
After getting the CBO report, Reid will file cloture (i.e., closure on debate) on a motion to proceed on a "shell," or empty health-care bill.
Right. There will still be no language to see. Reid will introduce a shell bill simply to get the parliamentary wheels in motion.
According to Senate rules, the cloture vote Reid wants can come no sooner than 30 hours after he has introduced his shell bill, as early as Friday. Sixty votes will be required.
This is the first and very important choke point to stop the Senate's health-care bill from proceeding....
Continue reading my column today, "Pro-life need-to-knows on health care in Senate," at WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Might preborns become a trendy cause?”
New Stanek WND column, “Obama’s polar opposite lost Peace Prize”
MI Right to Life's Brian Cusack made the point at a banquet I recently attended that there is a schism between believing what 53% of Americans responded to a December 2005 Zogby poll, that "abortion destroys a human life and is manslaughter," and putting it into practice.
Cusack called it "the great disconnect" that people would willingly stand by and even condone what they consider "manslaughter."
A clear example of the great disconnect came Oct. 9 when the Nobel Peace Prize committee chose Barack Obama as its 2009 recipient.
Obama had only been in office 12 days when nominations closed and had furthermore done "jack and squat" in the nine months following, as a Saturday Night Live skit recently put it.
But the committee awarded Obama because he gave the world "hope for a better future," according its statement.
The disconnect, of course, is Obama is the most pro-abortion president in US history, to the point of advocating postborn baby killing if it would interfere with preborn baby killing.
Actually, from a pro-abortion perspective, Obama has done "jack and pot" since becoming president....
Continue reading my column today, "Obama's polar opposite lost Peace Prize," on WorldNetDaily.com.
New Stanek WND column, “Toys R Us linked to ‘not rape-rape’ Whoopi”
I didn't know the potato heads at Toys R Us were featuring Whoopi Goldberg on the cover of their 2009 "Differently-Abled Kids" catalog and ad campaign until she defended pedophile rapist/sodomist Roman Polanski on The View last week, after which bloggers quickly took note of the paradox.
I could have told Toys R Us Goldberg was a poor fit, certainly not the "child advocate" it boasted her to be in a press release. She's had multiple abortions - between 4 and 7, depending on the account. Serial-killing one's own children is about as child-unfriendly as one can be.
In early stand-up routines and in the book The Choices We Made: 25 Women and Men Speak Out About Abortion, Goldberg stated her first abortion was self-inflicted in a park at age 14, after being impregnated at 13.
That one happened because, "Whoopi led a bohemian lifestyle... and engaged in promiscuous activities," according to biographer Ellesse Chow.
Which brings us to Polanski. Most now know that in 1977 the famous film director at age 43 primed a 13-year-old with drugs and alcohol before raping and sodomizing her, after which he fled the country to escape prosecution....
There is no explanation for Goldberg's shocking statements in Polanski's defense except to recall Goldberg herself had consensual sex at age 13, which apparently was only the beginning. She bragged on The View in 2008 she had gone on to nail "about 50" lovers in her lifetime....
Continue reading my column today, "Toys R Us linked to 'not rape-rape' Whoopi," at WorldNetDaily.com.