Anti-choice activist Jill Stanek recently published online the name and photo of a woman who passed away following a late-term abortion at the Maryland clinic of Dr. Leroy Carhart. Beyond being unethical and unbelievably cruel, making her family’s tragedy public without their consent was likely illegal.
Gasp! Ten dollars off on a clinic visit? Say it ain’t so!
Anti-choice activists have an interest in appearing to care about women, but recent events demonstrate that it’s increasingly hard to keep up the facade.
Today, Jill Stanek stood up for life, for justice and for civil disagreement in our political discourse by calling on Flip Benham of Operation Save America to discard those “Wanted” posters he has been circulating of doctors who provide abortion care.
Jill Stanek and the American Life League are running with misrepresented data.
Jill Stanek and Lila Rose urge their supporters to vote for crisis pregnancy centers in Lilith Tour’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign. Lilith cofounder hints that changes may be coming to contest.
In further evidence of the erosion of truth and fact in conservative journalism, two ultra-right websites have recently added anti-choice–and anti-fact–activist Jill Stanek as a contributing blogger.
The myth of the born-alive fetus has long been a weapon in the pro-life arsenal, one “kept alive” by misleading language, and by efforts to pass laws that further obfuscate and mislead.
Using theological arguments might be one way to reach a common ground.
Steven Waldman proposes the following hypothetical situation: more premarital sex and fewer abortions. Would pro-lifers accept this trade-off?