Giustina Mizzoni writes:
Asked a colleague to get samples for badges from a few companies. Samples arrived today & the attached was one of the sample badges. Slightly controversial sample product to send to clients?
Via kevin McGee
BY Mick Flavin
— Mallow News (@MallowNews) January 14, 2016
“Abortion mill!” BINGO! #3wisemen
— Fintan O’Toolbox (@FintanOToolbox) January 14, 2016
Pro-life meeting, Wynn’s Hotel, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
What do you mean you ‘weren’t invited’?
Previously: No Womb At The Wynn
Pro life farmer John O’Gorman on The People’s Debate, TV3 last night.
Turns out we were nowhere near full bumpkin yesterday. Mindblowingly backward opinion about how giving birth will reduce the trauma of the rape.
No idea why Vinny [host Vincent Browne] didn’t rush down off the podium and batter him about the head with the microphone, pausing every now and again to ask him if that was Luciferian enough.
Vicky Langan tweetz:
Fresh pro-life flier dropped through my letterbox! This is probably the best one I’ve ever seen.
Outside the Amnesty International council meeting being held at the Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co Dublin.
Eillen King (above) and other members of the Pro Life Campaign hold an ‘awareness event’ to highlight Amnesty Ireland’s call for the repeal of the 8th Amendment claiming it has nothing to do with the organisation’s founding principles.
Update: Placard lettering reads : ‘Amnesty pushes abortion and stays silent when babies born alive after induced abortions are left to die alone in hospital corridors‘
Yesterday: Meanwhile, At Government Buildings
President Higgins delivering the opening address at the Amnesty International Council meeting, ‘Campaigning for Human Rights in the Contemporary World’ at CityWest Hotel.
Kildare Street, Dublin.
Thanks Alan Kinsella
Ad in this week’s The Catholic Voice.
Alan Daly writes:
My favourite part is where she asks people to donate €5…or €10….or €50 or even €100 or €500 or €1000 or why not €5000!
Ringos Dave writes:
An ad on page 6 of this week’s Drogheda Leader from “Drogheda Christians”. I’m guessing that maybe I should hold back on submitting my idea for edible chocolate replicas of Oliver Plunkett’s head from the church gift shop….