Today’s Pro-life Hot Links
‘Tis the season to sock it to Phill Kline. It’s time to beat up on the annoying pro-life Christian attorney again.
In her post today, Jill Stanek shares:
I wrote in my column yesterday that part of Planned Parenthood of KS/George Tiller’s strategy to beat Phill Kline’s rap against them is to file nuisance lawsuits and subpoenas to persecute their prosecutor.
The ink is barely dry on the KS Supreme Court’s latest decision against PP and in favor of Kline, and the Associated Press is reporting PP plans to file its SIXTH subpoena against Kline to go over the same issue: the working copies of records he has…. This is interesting. According to Jill, as she understands it, the subpoena cites no case law or statute. It has been filed without legal precedent. A hearing is scheduled for December 18 before the very same judge, Stephen Tatum – who has yet to schedule a hearing to decide whether Kline has enough evidence against PP to go to trial! Read the entire post here.
Craziness in KS is par for the course – especially when it comes to dealing with foes of the infamous late-term abortionist George Tiller, Planned Parenthood, and Governor Kathleen Sebelius. (recipient of Tiller’s blood money and avid abortion supporter.)
While you’re over at Jill’s, be sure to check out this post: Breaking news: Judge upholds Scheidler libel charges against Planned Parenthood. It details a victory for pro-lifers against a libelous open letter PP ran in the Daily Herald last year.
Wednesday, December 10 marked the 60th anniversary of the U.N.’s Declaration on Human Rights. To make evident the number of people around the world who support interpreting the declaration as protecting the lives of the unborn and the family, a coalition of European groups presented 5.4 million signatures at the U.N. CNA has the story here.
The president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Archbishop Rino Fisichella, said this week, “Life is not something negotiable,” and no politician or political party can attack its inviolability and sacredness. Read the story here.