Poll Shows Christine O’Donnell Surge in Delaware

Friday October 29, 2010 Poll Shows Christine O’Donnell Surge in Delaware By Peter J. Smith WILMINGTON, Delaware, October 29, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A new poll suggests that despite weeks of relentless hammering in the media, pro-life congressional candidate Christine O’Donnell has cut her opponent’s lead in half in two weeks. However, the poll was conducted before the internet gossip site Gawker published an unsubstantiated sex smear on the Republican woman, the effect of which for O’Donnell’s campaign remains to be seen. A Monmouth University Poll shows O’Donnell has narrowed the gap to within 10 points of pro-abortion rival Democrat Chris […]
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“Pastor to the Unborn” Rev. Hunter Tells Pro-Lifers to “Persevere No Matter What Happens”

By Patrick B. Craine OTTAWA, Ontario, November 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In an impassioned address to hundreds gathered on Friday night at the International Pro-Life Conference in Ottawa, Ontario, black pro-life leader Rev. Johnny Hunter exhorted pro-lifers to trust totally in God and proclaimed that He has a “great reward” for those dedicated to saving the lives of the unborn. The “pastor to the unborn,” as he calls himself, began his speech by describing how he recently suffered a massive heart attack and underwent open heart surgery; only after the fact did he learn that when the surgeons opened him […]
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Bill to Allow Euthanasia Legalization Introduced in Australia: Senator Hopes for Vote before Christm

By Hilary White and John Jalsevac MELBOURNE, November 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Senator Bob Brown of the Australian Green Party has introduced a private senator’s bill that would overturn a 1997 law that restricts the ability of the Northern Territory, the ACT and Norfolk Island to legalize euthanasia, reports the Herald Sun. The law would not itself legalize euthanasia, but would permit the individual states to do so. “It ought to get to a vote before Christmas, but that really depends on the good offices of the Government and the Opposition,” Brown said, according to the ABC News. “And if […]
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Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission to Appeal Case against Pro-Family Activist

By Thaddeus M. Baklinski REGINA, November 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has been granted leave to appeal a Saskatchewan Court of Appeals ruling in favor of conservative activist Bill Whatcott to the Supreme Court of Canada. The SHRC brought Whatcott before the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal in 2006 over his practice of distributing flyers about the dangers of abortion and homosexuality. They launched their case following several complaints over a series of flyers that he had delivered in Saskatoon and Regina in 2001 and 2002. These flyers criticized the promotion of homosexuality in Saskatoon public […]
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A Round Up of Pro-life Governor’s Races

By Peter J. Smith WASHINGTON, D.C., November 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – As we await tonight’s election results, here are several pro-life governor’s races worth looking at. LifeSiteNews.com (LSN) will keep readers abreast of the results of these races and others as the night progresses.  Pennsylvania: Tom Corbett (R) v. Dan Onorato (D) A pro-life Catholic and state attorney general, Corbett leads Democrat Oronato in all pre-election day polls. Corbett is one of 19 state attorneys general suing the federal government over the national health care law. Oronato, on the other hand, has stated that he is only “personally pro-life” and […]
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“100% Pro-Life” Rand Paul Wins Kentucky Senate Race: Claims “Tea Party Tidal Wave”

By John Jalsevac November 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Republicans are one step closer to a possible takeover of the U.S. Senate with the election of Rand Paul in the state of Kentucky, part of what Paul tonight labeled a “Tea Party tidal wave.” The victory for Paul, who has declared himself to be unequivocally, 100% pro-life, also bodes well for pro-life activists, who are hoping that Tuesday’s election will put an end to any hopes of President Obama to further a radical pro-abortion agenda. As of 9:10 pm., with 77% of Kentucky’s votes being counted, Paul is comfortably ahead of his […]
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Republican Senate Hopes Dim as West Virginia Senate Seat Goes to Pro-Life Dem Manchin

By Peter J. Smith CHARLESTON, West Virginia, November 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pro-life Gov. Joe Manchin III has bested pro-life Republican challenger John Raese in the special election for U.S. Senate. Manchin (D) carried West Virginia with 53 percent of the vote, while Raese came short at 44 percent, with 90 percent of precincts reporting. Manchin’s win makes it unlikely the GOP will gain the 10 pickups they needed to seize control of the U.S. Senate chamber. Ordinarily the race would have been a slam-dunk for a Democrat, especially for Manchin, who has enjoyed enormous popularity in the state. But […]
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LifeSiteNews Daily News for Thursday October 8, 2009

Thursday October 8, 2009 SHARE THIS PAGE: E-mail Print Commentary on October 8 News Hiding Behind Hyde: More “Deception” and “Smokescreens” from the White House on Abortion U.S. Bishops Will “Vigorously” Oppose Health Care if Abortion Concerns Not Addressed Outrage: Footage Shows Pro-Abort Students Shouting Down Pro-Life Presenter Gender Theory a “Lethal Ideology” Alien to African Culture African Prelate tells Synod Relativism in Europe has Created Demographic Crisis: European Bishops Irish Priest Blasts Self-Righteous “Holier-than-Thous” on Kennedy Funeral French Abortions Do Not Decrease Despite Increase in Contraception: Study Aquinas Catholic College to Host “All Day Long” Homosexualist Event Commentary on […]
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