Guest Author - Rebecca Pearce-Banks
Google the term “pro-life” and you’ll find nearly ¾ of a million listings on the web engine. Many of them are great, top-rated, informative sites, but a lot of the listings contain overboard, graphic imagery and conjecture, instead of researched, factual articles.
I’ve scoured the web looking for well-written information on abortion and the pro-life movement, and seen it all.
Recently, I came across a great blog - conservative in nature, articulate, investigative – written by Jill Stanek. Not afraid to tell the truth, Stanek started out as a registered nurse at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois. After discovering deplorable abortion standards, she took a public stand against the hospital’s apparent lack of ethics. She ultimately lost her job, but became one of the country’s leading pro-life advocates.
Her blog, Pro-Life PulsePro-Life Pulse, and weekly columns for WorldNetDaily.com are journalistic in style and tackle tough topics that aren’t readily distributed by the Associated Press. (Odd because some of the headlines are startling beyond what one reads on supermarket tabloids. Still think we have an unbiased media? I let you be the judge of that…)
The articles on Pro-Life Pulse are easily researchable to the public, and everything I have read on her blog is accurate. I would highly recommend it to people interested in learning more about the pro-life movement and the abortion industry’s undisclosed practices.
One sensible caveat: Stanek’s columns and links sometimes cover subject matter that is inappropriate for children and other sensitive readers. I have never seen a graphic photo on the website, and I doubt you’ll ever be exposed to explicit material without being forewarned with detailed captions or headlines. Just be on the lookout; abortion is an ugly subject and you can’t fully expose it without first showing some of those horrible details.