Friday, April 10, 2015

The tide has turned to #PERSONHOOD across the U S

I, Gloria Poole,RN, artist of Missouri and Georgia, am posting news snippets of the policies and events that affect the #prolife and #personhood causes. As you read all of these collecively, you will understand that the tide has turned in the U S, away from the prodeath viewpoint to the right of all HUMANS to be born alive. I am numbering for reference. At the end of the prolife news is also news of the pro-death groups' acivities as they affect prolifers directly so we #prolife activists can know the enemy.

1) Kansas became the first state Tuesday to ban a common second-trimester abortion procedure that critics describe as dismembering a fetus.Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, a strong abortion opponent, signed a bill imposing the ban. The new law takes effect July 1."

Read more here:

2) "Model" for law to reverse chemical abortions :

3) Arizona requires abortionists to tell women if they change their mind during the 2 step drug process of killing baby-in-womb, they might be able to save the baby :

4) In Oklahoma a bill that would prohibit a common second-trimester abortion procedure has easily passed the Oklahoma Senate.

The Senate voted 37-4 on Wednesday for the “Oklahoma Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act” by Tulsa Republican Rep. Pam Peterson.

5) Quote: "The West should stop its cultural imperialistic policy of promoting abortion, homosexuality, and gender confusion in Nigeria, a leading Catholic archbishop said at a press scrum on April 8. Most Reverend Gabriel Abegunrin, Archbishop of Ibadan, slammed what he called the relentless promotion of Western ideas about "sexuality and reproductive rights -- a euphemism for abortion, artificial family planning,and a culture of contraception" by international organizations "as deceptive and unacceptable.” From :

6) NC's prolife delegation filed H.B. 465 which extend the state’s waiting period for abortion to 72 hours and only allows OB-GYNs to provide abortion care, and prevent University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and East Carolina University medical schools from training students on how to provide abortion care. Wahoo! That is real progress in the prolife momentum!

7) East Carolina Univ is allowing prolife protests on campus:

8) "This morning the national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List announced the details and speakers for their eighth annual Campaign for Life Gala and Summit. Both events will take place next Thursday, April 16, 2015 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) will address SBA List supporters at the Summit on Thursday morning. That evening, Carly Fiorina will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies at the Gala, keynoted by Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC), lead sponsor of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in the U.S. Senate. Freshman Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will receive awards for their pro-life leadership." Read:


9) Personhood for preborn is the goal:

10) From : this quote: "The Democratic leadership of Oregon’s Legislature, including Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, has killed a bill that would have ensured a woman’s access to abortion and blocked sponsor and Health Chairwoman Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson, D-Gresham, from even holding a public hearing, in effect silencing the debate." This is the FIRST time I have ever read of a democrat doing anything prolife. That is progress too.

11) One of my efforts on the #personhood cause is to push the idea that every person can and should educate themselves on the hard sciences that will persuade you that humans in womb are human from fertilization of egg with sperm, and should be protected by all governments. So here is the list I compiled some time ago, of Medical textbooks to get you started:

1) Early Pregnancy

2) Fetal Therapy by Mark Kilby,Anthony Johnson,Dick Oepkes

3) Obstetrics & Intrapartum Emergencies by Edward Chandrahara,& Sabaratnam Arulkumaran

4) Analgesia,Anesthesia & Pregnancy by Steve Yentis & Surbhi Malhotra

5) Pregnancy after Assisted Reproductive Technology by Eric Jauniaux & Botros Rizk

6) Atlas of Oocytes, Zygotes & Embryoes in Reproductive Medicine &;by Marc Van den Bergh & Thomas Ebner, & Kay Elder

7) Infertility Counseling by Sharon Covington & Linda Hammer Burns

8) Ectopic Pregnancy by Isabel Stabile

9) Gametes by J.G. Grudzinskas & J.L. Yovich

10) GenEthics by Kurt Bayertz & Susan L Kirkby, & H Tristam Englehardt,Jr

11) Prenatal Care by Marie McCormick & Joanne Siegel

12) Ethical issues in Maternal -Fetal Medicine by Donna Dickenson

13) Preterm Labour by Jane Norman & Ian Greer

14) The Fetal Matrix by Peter Gluckman & Mark Hanson

15) Environmental impacts on Reproductive Health & Fertility by Tracey Woodruff, Sarah Janssen,Louis Guillette,Jr, & Linda Giudice

16) Biology & Pathology of the Oocyte by Alan O Trounson & Roger G Gosden

17) Biology & Pathology of the Trophoblast byAshley Moffett, Charlie & Lake & Anne McLaren

18) The Sperm Cell by Christopher J De Jonge & Christopher Bartlett

19) Infertility & Assisted Reproduction by R Botros, m B Rizk, Juan Garcia_-Velasco,Hassan Sallam & Antonis Makrigiannakis

20) The Healthy Embryo by Jeff Nisker, Francoise Baylis, Isabel Karpin,Carolyn McLeod, Roxanne Mykitiuk

21) Gametes--The Oocyte by J. G. Grudzinskas & J.L. Yovich

22) Textbook of Clinical Embryology by Kevin Cpward & Dagan Wells

23) Handbook of Human Oocyte Cryopreservation by Eleonora Porcu & Patrizia Ciottis, & Stefano Venturoli

24) Neonatalogy by Richard A Polin & John M Lorenz

25) Handbook of Obstetric Medicine by Catherine Nelson-Piercy

26) High Risk Pregnancy--Management Options by Phillip J Steer, Carl Weiner, Bernard Gonik, Caroline Crowther, & Stephanie Robson

27) Dewhurst's Textbook of Obstetrics & Gynaecology by Keith Edmunds

plus many,many more. 12) And also other #prolife blogs I own and create one by one are:

and others also.

And news on the prodeathers so Prolifers know the enemy:

Fargo, [ND] students who want a prolife-club were blocked by their respective schools, who "decided to classify the pro-life clubs as “outside agencies” rather than approving them as official school clubs, meaning that the pro-life clubs cannot use the school name in their clubs’ names, cannot host events, and cannot put up posters at school to advertise or spread their message." ..." Jocelyn Floyd, Associate Counsel, of the Thomas More Society, a national public interest law firm" contacted the schools about their violation of first amendment


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