Join The Monthly Call For Life: November 2005

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood

I'm heading down to the Supreme Court where I will be live-blogging about the results of the Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood oral arguments.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Worldview 2

Continued from Worldview Part 1

We left off with this picture of the two Nazi girls


Unlike the Olsen twins, these girls aspire to create a "white" America. Their worldview has been shaped since birth and everyone who is not a pure-blooded white person is scum. I will add to that, anyone who is not a pure-blooded white American.

How is our woldview shaped? I believe there are many factors, such as the home environment and interaction, friends, peers and also what a person becomes attracted to based on one or many of those other factors. So many things help shape a young mind as a person is growing up. I don't believe people are destined to become evil any more than I believe a child conceived of rape will be a rapist, but if a person's mind is molded to become evil he will most likely become evil.

In our modern times, Christianity can be shared with other religions so that one more complete religion is created and life lessons from all are incorporated into their daily lives. This blending of religions allows a person to not have to be responsible to a God, instead it allows the person to take all the good things from all religions and ignore morals and values. I call this the "it's all good" philosophy. If it feels good, do it. People who have this new religion believe that all war is bad but abortion is okay and even convince themselves that it is better for the child to die then to have to be born in a cruel world that doesn't care for him/her.

What kind of worldview do you have? Most likely most of you who are reading this are religious Christian or Jewish. Obviously you would then have a Christian or Jewish worldview.

Or would you?

Here is some information on changing worldview provided by Brannon Howse:


The stats that he quotes are shocking!

From 1988-2000, average scores of Christian school students dropped by 30.3 percent. Results of evangelical family students in public schools dropped 36.8 percent.

Christian students attending public schools now regularly score in the lower half of secular humanism, headed toward a socialistic worldview. Students in typical Christian schools score as a secular humanist. However, the average Christian-school student is just a few points away from having a moderate Christian worldview.

I would guess that the students come from Christian families and even believe they have Christian worldviews so why is their worldview changing?

In my opinion people are being changed by a redefinition of terms and ideology. For thousands of years mankind knew that abortion was killing a human being in the womb, in the 70s it became a matter of "choice" and a "right to privacy". Homosexuality was considered morally reprehensible in the past but now a minister can be jailed for saying this in church. Morality is becoming an option even in the Christian schools. The new Christianity only requires faith in Jesus. "I'll take one cup of Jesus, hold the morality please".

Mr. Howse continues...

Recently, a national leader of a religious broadcasting organization called for his group to be known for theological and spiritual issues rather than political/social issues. Such false thinking is what has caused the average "Christian" in America to sit on the sidelines while 4,000 unborn babies are killed each day because they do not view abortion as a spiritual issue but as a political issue. When I asked this Christian leader if abortion was a spiritual issue, he answered by saying he viewed abortion as a moral and political issue. Are not all moral issues spiritual issues?

Mr Howse documents many important facts and I encourage you to read his complete article.

Abortion is evil and 99% of you reading this article agree with that statement, so what are you doing about it? If Christians truly accepted that abortion is the evil we say it is we would be protesting in the streets every day by the millions until it is ended. It is one thing to talk about how bad something is, quite another to do something about it. Christians are trying to become close to God but in my opinion many are not doing enough to save those who are being torn away from him!

Talk is cheap and only requires the air that I breath. Action is expensive and requires not only my money, but my time and effort as well.

Another 4,000 people were killed by abortion today. Have I done all I could do?

To be continued...

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Sunday, November 27, 2005

Holy "Hour" for Life in Maryland

On Thurs., Dec. 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, St. Mary of the Mills will hold a holy "hour" for life. During this time, we will ask the Blessed Mother's help and intercession for all human life. We invite you to pray with us in the presence of Christ exposed in the Eucharist from 8:30pm. to 10pm. (following the 7:30pm. Mass).

We will pray during that hour for all those in our world today who are potential victims of a culture that does not value human life, as well as for those whose
lives are in peril due to war or unrest. We will pray for unborn children (potential victims of abortion, reproductive technologies such as in-vitro fertilization, and medical research), the sick and the elderly (potential victims of euthanasia, neglect, and maltreatment), and those in harms way (those in war torn areas,
potential victims of terrorist activity or other violence, and our own armed forces). Please join us!

St. Mary's is located at 114 St. Mary's Place in Laurel, MD. This just off
Main Street in Laurel and a couple of miles from the the MD-216 exit off

LIFE Clearinghouse:

The Litmus Test

Why is abortion the hot topic of politics almost 33 years after Roe v. Wade? Why does it seem to dominate almost every single election and political race? Why is it that Democrats primarily object to Republican nominees for the Supreme Court for that reason?

Some might argue it is because there are money people behind each side and they are controlling the puppet strings behind the parties.

I say it is more than that. I believe abortion is still the biggest topic for a very good reason, because we know it is killing human beings.

"We" as in most Americans that is. Most Democrats believe that it is their right to kill human beings if there is a good reason to do it.

I have angered Republicans by pointing out that many Republicans in office feel the same way but hide under a cloak of "Pro-Life speak" and token Pro-Life votes. If you asked them if they would overturn Roe v. Wade many in office would say no. They will do everything possible right up to that point and then stop.

So what do you want? Don't get mad at me for quoting Republicans and pointing out their limited Pro-Life stance. What do you want? If we want to end abortion we have to keep the pressure on all representatives in office, all the time. It's not enough to simply ask "are you Pro-Life" anymore since too many people believe that abortion is Pro-Life, or that simply voting to drug a child before ripping it to shreds in the womb is all it takes. I believe the question should be "will you do your best to end abortion". No more "stealth" nominees and no more games.

Are there enough solid Pro-Lifers out there to make a difference? We will never know if we don't try will we? At we are uniting solid Pro-Life individuals and organizations who know it is time to end abortion and who are willing to speak out for the unborn, who are silenced at a rate of 1 every 30 seconds.

There are over 1.3 million abortions a year and everyone knows that over 95% of these are because of birth control, not "woman's health issues" or something like that.

If we didn't know it was killing human beings we would have dumped this topic years ago. It's not simply a "moral" issue, it's a life issue and many people instinctively know that killing another person out of convenience is not a good thing.

As we prepare for the battle for the Supreme Court, think about where you stand on this issue. If you are against the murder of 4,000 innocent unborn human beings a day then do everything you can to help stop the madness.

Unite with us in the Monthly March for Life at We call, email and/or march to let our representatives know that abortion is wrong and that we will only get louder until they end it. Join us even if you are already involved in a Pro-Life movement. The purpose of is to unite all individuals and organizations once a month in a united message.

The topic of abortion is not just a litmus test for politicians, it is also a litmus test for us to decide how much we will do for the 4,000 unborn human beings who die every day.

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Friday, November 25, 2005

Que Sera Sera

Do you remember that Doris Day song?

Que Sera Sera
Whatever will be, will be
The future's not ours to see

Que Sera Sera

I know all Pro-Lifers aren't Christian, but excuse me while I make an observation on Christianity and abortion.

So many Christians today have the "Que Sera Sera" outlook. They act as if they don't need to do anything about abortion, genocide or any other major problem. I heard one Christian a while back say "If Jesus wanted to end abortion he would".

A Christian leader/speaker said to me the other day "Jesus walked by many who were suffering, he didn't help them all". This was in response to a statement I made that as Christians we need to defend the defenseless, help the helpless, and do everything we can to stop abortion. He debated in defense of abortion the entire time and at one point even said that it was "for the sake of argument".

I do not expect Christian leaders to argue in favor of abortion, ever.

Not once did he say abortion was wrong or that we should do everything we could to end it. That's because it was obvious he wasn't against abortion. As a matter of fact, he brought up how he discussed abortion with people from "both sides" implying that he understood the feelings of both and they were both valid.

I was caught completely off guard with his pro-abortion attitude when I initially brought up the topic. I showed him a Life Card, which you can find at, and said "This is the ministry I believe God has chosen for me". He answered "YOUR ministry huh?". I knew right away there was something wrong with this picture. He then proceeded to defend abortion in every way that pro-aborts do. I was shocked and had to pull out the usual defenses to defend the defenseless.

I did not expect to have to do this with a Christian leader/speaker.

I've said it before, there absolutely should be a litmus test for LIFE. If we don't demand that our leaders, religious or political, have a Pro-Life view while they are working their way up, don't expect them to have one when they are in power!

There are many ways religious leaders have power, not just as our ministers or priests. There are worship teams, men's prayer groups, women's prayer groups, general prayer groups, home groups and more. If our leaders in the church do not have a solid Pro-Life worldview we can expect to receive opposition or a lack of support instead of support in our Pro-Life efforts.

As a matter of fact, a men's group that I was attending pressured me to stop talking/praying about ending abortion or they would not welcome me anymore. They banded together and told me how it made them uncomfortable and that it was not the place to talk about such issues.

Obviously I don't go there anymore.

Why do churches not want to bring up the Pro-Life topic? Because in my opinion they don't want to lose parishioners. I have heard people in the church say that the first step is to bring people to Jesus and then let him work their hearts.


I believe people should know who Jesus is, what he represents and what he expects from us as we are bringing them to him. If a person is an axe murderer and says he enjoys being an axe murderer we don't say "welcome to Jesus", have a seat and join us", do we?

Aren't people supposed to be challenged to repent for their sins? If a person remains a killer would you really want him to join you in church next Sunday? defines repent as:

1. To feel remorse, contrition, or self-reproach for what one has done or failed to do; be contrite.
2. To feel such regret for past conduct as to change one's mind regarding it: repented of intemperate behavior.
3. To make a change for the better as a result of remorse or contrition for one's sins.

All who have sinned are welcomed by Jesus and should be welcomed by Christians who proclaim faith and belief in God. Shouldn't they be also be challenged to stop sinning? When a person is welcomed into a church shouldn't there be standards? Should a church not have to proclaim a Pro-Life stance and demand certain standards for entry into that church, or do we just say "what the heck, all have sinned and come short of the glory of God, come on in"?

I know we don't expect people to deal with all their sins at once. I do think there are many we should be asked to work on right away though. It could be a short list to start:

1) Are you a criminal?
2) Do you support abortion?
3) Are you a drug addict or alcoholic?

If you answered yes to any of those items, we expect you to stop doing those things and we challenge you to live a moral life, one day at a time.

I don't expect to hear Que Sera Sera when it comes to the topic of abortion from church leaders/speakers.

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Friday, November 18, 2005

Deal with the devil

Since I am Jewish and also a Christian I look at news and subscribe to newsletters from both religions. I recently received a notice from that the ARMDI (American Friends of Magen David Adom) was going to welcome Hillary Rodham Clinton "On the occasion of her historic visit to Jerusalem's regional MDA center".

ARMDI Website

I wrote with this comment:


My name is Peter and I am the founder of the Pro-Life site I find it stunning that Jewish people welcome a woman who is an ardent abortion supporter. Though she pretends to be Pro-Life in some ways, she would never support a ban on abortion.

My mother's family, who were Jewish, were all killed by people who believed that those who were undesired, different or weaker should be eliminated.

Abortion is no different.

The Democrat party is the new Nazi party in my eyes.

Jewish people ought to be ashamed of themselves for supporting a political party of death.



A person from responded and told me that my letter was going to be in the next issue of the JewishTimes.

Today, no letter. I asked why. The response I got was that they could't reprint my letter because as a 501(c)3 organization they couldn't make statements regarding political figures.

This was my response to them:

Let me get this straight, you can make political statements via email to your email list proclaiming a welcome message to a politician like Hillary Clinton who supports abortion, but you cannot print an opinion which opposes this embracing of someone who supports abortion, a procedure which takes the lives of over 1 million Americans a year?

I believe the 501(c)3 status holds religious entities hostage so they won't announce their moral views regarding political issues and representatives. Churches and synagogues accept the bribe of the government to keep quite so as not to affect elections.

Or do they? Bill Clinton and other Democrats regularly preach their political agenda in Christian churches. They openly chastise Republicans and Republican policies and promote their agendas and policies to parishioners with church leaders clapping their hands while shouting hallelujah!

Planned Parenthood and other 501(c)3 organizations who support Democrats contribute to and also regularly come out in favor of Democrats, and in opposition to Republicans.

In my opinion, no church or synagogue should make a deal with a government in exchange for their silence on moral issues, especially those as important as abortion. This is tantamount to making a deal with the devil.

I thought we learned something from the times of Hitler. I guess I was wrong.


Thursday, November 17, 2005

Candadian Pro-Life Conference Still On

Eric from Island Catholic notified me that the Pro-Life Conference is still on!

Fortunately, the Conference has not been cancelled. It has been relocated to another venue. You can read the updated report here.

LifeSite Article

We Canadians have our problems for sure but the pro-lifers here are just as stubborn and resilient as the US types. :)

Stay Strong Canada!

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Narnia Preview

I met Mark Joseph at the GodBlogCon in California last week and he was promoting the upcoming movie "The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" He showed us a preview of the movie and also some behind-the-scenes clips.

Mark told us about the ability for us to preview the movie on December 8th through a new offering from BarnaFilms called "BarnaFilms Preview Night".

I don't know if the preview is still available but it wouldn't hurt to try if you are interested. Regardless, watch for more family movies at BarnaFilms Preview Night™ and support them when you can!

The following is a Special Announcement From George Barna:

Over the years, outstanding films like Ben Hur, Chariots of Fire and ThePassion of the Christ have captivated millions of Americans from all walksof life. Many other films might have had significant influence on peopleslives as well, but they got lost in the shuffle of life. Unfortunately,there has not been an organized and intentional means of making sure thatoutstanding films receive the attention they deserve

Thats why I am excited to introduce BarnaFilms Preview Night to you. We want to make sure that some of these wonderful films get discovered and enjoyed by families before they disappear. Beginning this December we will be offering a BarnaFilms Preview Night each quarter to give all Americans, including those involved in faith, civic and educational institutions, an opportunity to purchase tickets to screen a new film that we believe will educate, entertain and inspire. We will hold these previews in selected movie theaters around the US.

On December 9th, 2005, one of the most anticipated films in the history of cinema, the first film in C.S. Lewis' beloved Chronicles of Narnia series will be released in the United States. The day before, on Thursday December 8th, BarnaFilms Preview Night will be hosting a special preview screening for those who are interested in watching the film as a group. This will be the first in our on-going series of quarterly previews.

Any group* (civic, educational, religious, film societies, etc) is welcomed to join us for this special day. Simply e-mail the information requested above, including the location and time you'd like to view the film, along with the size of your group (must be 50 or more) and we will check on availability and get back to you to complete your purchase. The BarnaFilms Preview Night will take place four times per year and we look forward to having you join us in the future for other outstanding films.

Reserve your tickets early and be among the first to experience this
wonderful film.

For more information or to make your ticket reservation go to: or call (877) 77Barna

Eugenics in America

Headline from Article:

Earlier Screening for Down’s Syndrome May Fuel Eugenic Pogrom Against Disabled

Right underneath the headline:

89% of Down Syndrome babies in Canada, and 90% in U.S. are killed before birth

"'May' Fuel Eugenic Pogrom"?

I've been saying for years that detection of birth defects in the womb has been responsible for children with disabilities to get an early ticket to heaven.

The word "Popgrom" sure is fitting isn't it?

An organized, often officially encouraged massacre or persecution of a minority group, especially one conducted against Jews.

Just think, if this keeps up, someday you and your spouse will be tested and our government will let you know whether or not they will even let you have children!

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Sunday, November 13, 2005

June Maxam's Father - Update


Update (11/12/2005): From June Maxam - "My father died this evening about 7 p.m. Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers and efforts on his behalf. He died with dignity, not dehydration." Our thoughts and prayers are with you June.

I would like to encourage all of those would fought for the life of Terri Schiavo to help June Maxam, editor of North County Gazette, and co-publisher of The Empire Journal.

June's father suffered a massive stroke at Eden Park Nursing Home in Glens Falls. He was not hospitalized - instead the nursing home claims they are "maintaining his dignity" and plan to place him in a hospice, withhold all nutrition and hydration and wait for him to die.

Read the rest of the article here.

Help promote a culture of Life. Respond to the calls for life whenever you see them. I'm glad Ms. Maxam's father died with dignity and not of dehydration.

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Help June Maxam's Father

The editor of North County Gazette, and co-publisher of The Empire Journal is asking for help. posted her email which reads:

My father is currently a resident at the Eden Park Nursing Home in Glens Falls. According to the nursing home, he suffered a massive stroke yesterday morning. They claim they found him that way when they got him up yesterday morning. Why no one checked on him during the night is unknown. They currently have him on morphine and I don't know what other drugs. They have him totally drugged---they claim he is unresponsive---that's because they have him drugged. The person I spoke with and I'm not sure what her capacity was supposed to be, said he couldn't swallow. That is untrue. I watched him. He was routinely swallowing his own saliva. She told me that he would be transferred to a hospice, nothing would be given him and it "wouldn't be long", in other words, they have every intent of starving and dehydrating him without making any effort of recovery. They never transported him to the hospital, therefore no tests have been done to determine just how "massive" this stroke is if indeed he has had a stroke at all. They have done nothing for him. I last saw him yesterday afternoon.

Click here to read the entire article at

Do you agree that June's father should suffer the same fate as Terri Schiavo?

If not, call the Eden Park Health Care Center in Glens Falls at 518-793-5163 or send a fax to 518-793-5165. Tell them not to kill June's father by starvation and dehydration.

Friday, November 11, 2005

Trust Politicians?

This will come as a surprise to you, we can't trust our politicians.

I know, you're shock with this sudden realization!

It used to be said that we Pro-Lifers had 7 out of 9 Supreme Court Justices who were Pro-Life and many thought the end of Roe vs Wade was near. After we learned that Souter, Kennedy, Stevens and O'Connor weren't interested in defending life, you would think we would have learned that we can't trust the Justices.

Why does the Declaration of Independence guarantee us the "Right to Life" and yet our own Supreme Court doesn't agree?

Why does Illinois have the opposite view of Life compared to our Declaration?


Sen. Richard Durbin will vote against Supreme Court nominee John Roberts in the Senate Judiciary Committee if Roberts disagrees with the Illinois Democrat's view that the U.S. Constitution guarantees a right to abortion. But that vote would directly contradict Durbin's beliefs as expressed in a 1989 letter to a constituent. "

RUSSERT: "If he (Roberts) said he did not see a right of privacy in the Constitution, would that ... ?"
DURBIN: "I couldn't vote for him."
RUSSERT: "That would disqualify him?"
DURBIN: "It would disqualify him in my mind."

"It's true that my position changed," Durbin admitted.

Would-be Senators and Presidents will promise the world to get into office. Then when they get there they will give us some speech how they now see things differently.

Stop believing our representatives will end abortion without your voice demanding this change! Our vote is only part of the equation. Voting Pro-Life doesn't necessary guarantee Pro-Life policies.

32 years have gone by. We have elected plenty of Pro-Life individuals and what did we get?

1) No change in Roe vs Wade
2) Laws allowing our children to get abortions without our permission and notification
3) 45 million dead

I won't downplay the many Pro-Life successes, including the closing of 6 out of 8 clinics in Milwaukee. I will hold up the many successes as evidence that it takes people speaking out to make things happen.

To make matters worse, our children can kill their children as young as they are able to conceive, without our permission. Human butchers like Planned Parenthood are allowed to pass out promotional material to our children, they teach our children sex education, they teach condoms are "safe and sexy" and they encourage their future customers, again our children, to go to them for an abortion if they ever get pregnant, which they will.

Look how hard it is to get a Supreme Court Justice in place. Not only do we have to elect a Pro-Life president, but that president has to nominate a Pro-Life justice. To make it even more difficult, a justice can only be nominated when another one dies, retires or is unable to perform his/her duties. Finally, just because a Pro-Life justice has been nominated by a Pro-Life president doesn't mean he/she will support Pro-Life issues.

We have to accept the fact that the odds of coming up with a perfect combination of all representatives in government is almost 0.

So many politicians promise us they will fight abortion. Then, after they are elected, they show us their true colors.

"I don't think the culture has changed to the extent that the American people or the Congress would totally ban abortions,"

President Bush

Our president is more interested in being a "uniter not a divider" then he is in ending abortion. Prove me wrong, name me one statement that shows President Bush will push forth a bill to end abortion.

When our representatives in Congress put forth legislation to give people sedatives before they are ripped apart in the womb, many said it was to show that what is in the womb has feelings and therefore is a human being. They reasoned that this would be a transitional bill that would eventually result in a life supporting bill. The problem with that thought is, you are assuming people don't acknowledge that what is inside the womb is a baby. Wrong. Even presidential nominee John Kerry admitted what is in the womb is a human being, he just didn't see a problem killing him/her.


"I oppose abortion, personally. I don't like abortion. I believe life does begin at conception. But I can't take my Catholic belief, my article of faith, and legislate it on a Protestant or a Jew or an atheist . . . who doesn't share it. We have separation of church and state in the United States of America."

This is the current view of probably 99% of the Democrats and half of the Republicans. Yes, I said Republicans. Just because a person says he/she is a Republican doesn't mean he is Pro-Life like you or I might define the word. I have met many Republicans who are "Pro-Life" and when you ask them to help end abortion they say "I don't believe I have the right to tell a woman what to do with their body".

I know. I discuss Life and ending abortion almost daily with just about everyone I meet or know. Yes, this drives many of my friends and family nuts. By doing this though I have gotten a really good understanding of where we are as a country.

From my discussions I have learned the following:

> People believe you can "elect" the end of abortion without having to do anything else
> The majority of people whom I have spoken with believe abortion should be allowed in cases of rape and incest
> Many people believe prayer alone is the answer
> Many say we will never end abortion
> Many don't understand what embryonic stem cell research is
> Most don't know that in vitro fertilization kills innocent people
> Almost all don't know that the birth control pill is an abortion pill
> Nobody knows that America is now selecting children by sex. If a couple wants a boy, they kill the girls to accommodate their desire.

In 28 years of discussing this topic I have not met one single Democrat who is Pro-Life, believes abortion should end and is willing to do something to end it, no exceptions, no compromise. I'm not saying they aren't out there, I'm saying I've spoken with probably hundreds of Democrats about this issue and almost all believe abortion is a right and the few who believe abortion is wrong believe that it is a woman's right to choose or believe that there should be many exceptions.

Many Republicans I have met believe abortion is wrong and call themselves Pro-Life, but don't believe they have the right to tell a woman what to do with their body. By Pro-Life they mean they personally wouldn't abort their children, or as I mentioned earlier, won't do more then push the R button.

I hear Pro-Lifers say all the time that we must "change the hearts and minds of those who don't know". I believe in most cases this is not reality. They know, they just don't want to change. The small percentage who don't know and will be changed by education pales in comparison to the probably 99% who do know and aren't interested in what we have to say.

Pro-Life America has to unite and speak out. There are many of us, but we have to join forces for our voices to be heard over the day to day background noises of life.

The only way things will change is when we demand change!

I'm not interested in waiting another 32 years allowing another 45 million people to die, just so we can be back in the same place.

Are you?

How "Pro-Life" are you? Are you willing to pick up a phone and/or send an email once a month to end abortion? I challenge and implore you to join us at and do so. Abortion will only end by our determined efforts to end it.

Every 30 seconds a person is killed in America by abortion. Please don't take too long to make up your mind.

Join us, let's March Together for Life until we end abortion

Whom do we trust if we can't trust the politicians? Trust in God. You can't go wrong there.

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Veterans' Day - Thank You for Serving Our Country

In honor of those who have & will fight for freedom around the world

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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Charmaine Yoest & Heidi Fleiss

The prostitution debate. I think Rita Cosby wants to change jobs.

It's over 11 MB. I hope you have a high-speed connection!

Click here to open or save the debate file.

My take on "The Last Abortion Clinic"

PBS is going to show a documentary called "The Last Abortion Clinic". PBS is one of the most liberal media organizations in the world and I'm supposed to somehow believe that suddenly they have become Pro-Life? I don't think so.

Sorry if I'm a sceptic, but I just don't see a change of heart about abortion coming from them without it being forced upon them.

I can almost imagine how this is going to be presented. I hear dark music playing and a person with a warning tone in her voice telling America how our "right to choose" is being threatened by extremists. I see interviews with women who are crying because they can't afford to go to a clinic that is now too far away because the ones in her area were closed by religious extremists.

"The programme, which takes a decidedly pro-abortion angle, focuses on a Supreme Court case, scheduled for November 30, that could indicate whether Chief Justice John Roberts will allow states to keep laws restricting abortion which in the past have been routinely overturned."

Do you think maybe they want to influence US politics? Nooo, PBS would never do that. They are non-partisan aren't they?

"Regulating abortion facilities to force them to operate according to the same standards as other outpatient surgical clinics has also helped close the private facilities which are notorious for their unsafe and unhygienic conditions."

Why shouldn't abortion facilities be required to maintain medical standards? It seems obvious to me if they can't do so then they have no right to be in business.

PBS Article

"In Mississippi, Medicaid offers support for women seeking to continue with an unintended pregnancy, but no state funds or facilities may be used for abortion services."

Encourage the delivery of a human being and support him/her and the mother when the child is born? Seems to be the logical thing to me.

"It's like even before Roe v. Wade for these poor women," says Pat White, a nurse-midwife who has been working in the Mississippi Delta for decades. "We are making decisions for them. These women have no option except to continue with the pregnancy, whether they can afford it, or whether or not it's wanted, or whether or not they can emotionally provide for the child."

Sorry ma'am, your option is not one that I would wish on anyone. Murder in the womb is not an "option".

PBS will deliver a partisan pro-abortion message to America in the hopes that it will cause peole to rise up against the Pro-Life movement. It's not going to happen. Only hard core pro-aborts will cheer the obvious pro-abort message PBS will present to us.

I have to give PBS credit for one thing though I'm sure it was by accident. At you see a picture on the left of protesters in front of the Supreme Court. The caption reads "Anti-abortion and pro-abortion demonstrators hold signs in front of the Supreme Court". In case you don't know what's wrong with that picture, the pro-abort crowd NEVER says pro-abortion, they ALWAYS say pro-choice.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Passion for Life

This is where the passion is. I don't have a passion for abortion/death, I have a passion for Life!

(Insert Religious commentary here) :)

When I seek God I do everything I can to be patient, kind, loving and helpful.

I love the life I live through my faith in Jesus Christ. He comes first, everyone and everything else come second, third and so on. I tried it the other way around. I tried it with me first and I tried it with my wife first; neither worked because Jesus has to be #1.

What does this mean? It means I serve Him first. Life is an everyday ministry helping people find their way to Him. It's like when you were a kid and you had some incredible toy, you just couldn't wait to show it to all your friends!

Jesus is my toy, and I want everyone to know how great He is! Relax, He isn't really my toy, it's a metaphor! :)

As I said, my passion isn't for abortion, it's for Life and the Lives that can be saved if we join together to save them. We all have a responsibility to defend the defenseless, to help the helpless and to save people from certain death. We must unite for this cause. America is just like Nazi Germany and history is repeating itself.

I won't go down the gloom & doom trail in this article, but the point is valid. Abortion, gender selection, cloning and embryonic stem cell research are just a few of the things that are happening and too many Americans are hiding from the reality of what those things mean.

They all mean death to millions of innocent human beings every single year in this great country.

Look at this picture


It's a picture of my daughter 20 years ago. Her bright blue eyes just make you feel all warm & happy don't they? This is the kind of Life I am speaking of that gives me passion. I look at that picture and I remember the day she was born. The doctor put her in my arms and she was quiet, calm, and trusting. I was covered from head to toe in hospital garb and all she could see of me was my eyes. And that was exactly what she looked at. I held her close and her big blue eyes just stared into mine as mine stared into hers. It was one of the most beautiful experiences I've ever had in my life. Twenty one years later I still feel that way about her & love her just as much.

My passion is Life! Physical and spiritual.

So what has God called me to do? He has called me to help unite his people through our common desire to save Lives. Who do you think most of the Pro-Lifers in the world will be? Of course they will be Godly people. Who do you think 99.999% of the people who encourage our ministry are? Godly people of course.

Sure, I may get discouraged sometimes and I may say things that aren't necessarily encouraging. No matter what though, my faith spins up the engines again and I get back on track.

As the Blues Brothers said, I'm on a mission from God. :)

Have a great day!

United we Stand

Divided they Die

Pass it on

Passion for Abortion?

People often say to me things like "you have such a passion for the abortion issue". Much of the time this is not what I want to hear.

Don't get me wrong, I'm glad that people acknowledge the countless hours I spend working on the many Pro-Life projects, but "passion" is not exactly the word I would use.

I think I would use something like determination to end abortion. I don't know if it's the word "passion" or something else that bothers me. When people say "it's what you do" or "it's what you're interested in, not me" or things like that I have a simple response. I say I would rather be in the Bahamas snorkeling right now.

Let's look at all the meanings of the word at

# A powerful emotion, such as love, joy, hatred, or anger.
# 1. Ardent love.
2. Strong sexual desire; lust.
3. The object of such love or desire.

# 1. Boundless enthusiasm: His skills as a player don't quite match his passion for the game.
2. The object of such enthusiasm: Soccer is her passion.

# An abandoned display of emotion, especially of anger: He's been known to fly into a passion without warning.
# Passion

1. The sufferings of Jesus in the period following the Last Supper and including the Crucifixion, as related in the New Testament.
2. A narrative, musical setting, or pictorial representation of Jesus' sufferings.

I think when people are using the word passion they are thinking of "boundless enthusiasm". I don't think of it that way though. To me abortion is something that God put in front of me and said "Here, I want you to help me with this", and to add a bit more "you have a responsibility to help others when you see wrongdoing". I accept God's task for me willingly and put everything I can into it in order to help save his children who die at a rate of 4,000 a day in the United States alone.

Boundless enthusiasm? Probably more in the direction of "The sufferings of Jesus", though not even close obviously.

When people say to me "that's what you do, it's your passion", I wonder why they aren't doing whatever they can to help end abortion. Why do so many people leave this to others? How can so many people say "abortion is horrible" and "abortion is murder" and then not do a single thing to help end it?

That must be it. I think it bothers me because I'm wondering why they don't have that same "passion" to end abortion.

Thank God for the Internet. I know you got a chuckle out of that. No, I mean it. The Internet was where I saw that there are millions of others out there like me. I'm not by myself, just a freak of nature walking around babbling that abortion is wrong and we must end it. There are plenty of other Pro-Lifers out there babbling with me. :)

The annual March for Life at also helped me learn that I'm not alone. Hundreds of thousands of us gather in D.C. every year on January 22nd, the anniversary of Roe vs Wade and we all have the same goal, end abortion. The exact date of the march changes so if you are going to come make sure you go to the web site for information. This coming January it will be held on the 23rd.

Realizing that there were millions of us Pro-Lifers out there was what inspired the project. Our goal is to unite those who know abortion is wrong and to help us speak up as one once a month. Our voices will get louder and louder as people join together in our common goal of ending abortion.

I also believe Christian walls will come down at the same time, because we are Christians first. I think the "we are Christians first" concept has been lost for hundreds of years as 10s of thousands of churches have popped up around the world, each proclaiming to be the "true" church.

We need Pro-Life unity. We need Christian unity. Let's forget about our differences and concentrate on our commonalities. All of us in all of our churches want to help bring people to Jesus right? It's a good place to start.

Unite with us at and help end abortion through our Pro-Life unity. Encourage others to join every month on the first Friday of the month.

United we stand - Divided they die

Pass it on

Sunday, November 06, 2005 Friday Recap

On Friday the 4th of November we marched at the Supreme Court as will be doing every first Friday of the month until abortion is ended.

For those of you who don't know, you don't have to march if you don't want to. At the web site we provide you with all the information you need to contact your representatives on that day.

Many Pro-Life people came up to us with words of encouragement and were curious about the project.


Unlike last month the weather was beautiful and we were only mildly interruped by the Supreme Court police who just wanted to find out who we were. One policemen said "pro-choice group right?". My wife accidentally responded yes which made me jump!

"Pro-Life!" I said to the officer.

We were joined by another person today but I forgot to ask his permission to state his name so I won't do so, but he prayed for the unborn and spoke briefly with us.

Bound4Life was there as usual. They are there every day from noon till 1:00 pm.


As they say on their web site:

The only way abortion will be stopped in America is to mobilize massive prayer, voting, and activism that will strike down legalized abortion and bring compassion and justice to the orphan and the widow.

We couldn't agree more.

And we at believe it will help if all of us Pro-Life individuals and corporations unite.

We will gladly promote your event. Send us an email with the dates and times and we will list it/them on our web site.

We now have another 30 days to prepare for the next Call for Life. Please encourage other Pro-Life web sites and and individuals to unite with us next month on the 2nd of December.

Start thinking about the Annual March for Life in Washington D.C. on January the 23rd, 2006. If you can make it to Washington you won't be disappointed. You will find hundreds of thousands of Pro-Life people and organizations who unite in our common message to end abortion.

If you don't think you will be able to make it, start organizing a March For Life in your town or city. Keep us informed. We will help promote your March at your location. Let's try to get Marches going in every major city in America!

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Friday, November 04, 2005

"Of course he's against abortion." Blogspot

Let me first say that we may disagree on politics, but we agree on Life, and Life must come first.

Judge Alito's mother made the statement "of course he's against abortion." to the press, and both sides of the aisle are jumping on it as ammunition to support or oppose his nomination to the Supreme Court. He may be "against abortion" but that doesn't mean he will do a thing to end it.

I don't believe anything until I see it and hear it myself.

Many people are saying that Judge Alito is Pro-Life. I wouldn't go that far. Since we haven't come up with a definition of Pro-Life which everyone can agree upon, this term is used too loosely.

How about if we use something like this as a definition:

Pro-Life = Stop abortion now / End Roe vs Wade asks if we Pro-Lifers are just in denial. I say yes, and I think it's more than that. I think we are desperate for a Pro-Life individual to be picked for any major position in the Bush administration! President Bush has stacked his administration and his personal life with people who are opposed to ending Roe vs Wade. Can you name one top member of his administration who is Pro-Life and has made the statement "Roe vs Wade needs to be overturned"? brought up a problem that I believe is affecting all of us Pro-Lifers.

Pro-Life Denial

We have been voting for Pro-Life candidates, and for the most part just pressing the R button thinking that Republicans would be the ones to end abortion. The problem is there are too many Republicans who don't believe that Roe vs Wade should be overturned. As I have shown in the articles Pro-Life Regardless at and Pro-Life Republicans? Republicans John Warner and Frank Wolf from Virginia don't believe Roe vs Wade should be overturned.

When Roberts was chosen I wrote the article Roberts is no Rehnquist. Again, just because he is personally opposed to abortion doesn't mean he will do anything to stop it.

I have brought up before how we are in denial about the Bush administration and his supposed Pro-Life stance. He has been in office for 4 years and not once has he showed up for the annual March for Life in Washington D.C., even though the March is held 100 yards from his window.

Hundreds of thousands of us Pro-Lifers show up from all over the world and he can't walk out his front door to speak in person?

As Rodney would say "I (we) can't get No Respect".

President Bush does his yearly token "call-in" supporting Pro-Lifers but that is as far as he goes and that's not far enough!

Let's put "End Roe vs Wade" in the Bush administration to a vote

Condoleezza Rice - nay
Gale Norton - nay
Ann Veneman - nay
George Bush - nay
Laura Bush - nay
President Bush's mother - nay
Edward Gonzales - nay
Colin Powel - nay

And these are just the people who have spoken out in opposition to ending Roe vs Wade.

Now we have to wait until Judge Alito is confirmed and in office before we know if he will work to overturn Roe vs Wade. We won't know what Judge Alito will do because he won't come right out and say that abortion is evil and it needs to end. Why not? If it is evil and it needs to end, why not speak out against it? Why do Pro-Lifers have to play a stealth game of morals hide & seek?

Republicans say there shouldn't be an abortion litmus test. I passionately disagree. I want people who are going who are in the most important offices in our country to be Pro-Life!

Abortion is worse than racism and the Holocaust, but many don't want to elevate it to that status. Many want to keep it as an "opinion" issue so that people can say "let's just agree to disagree". Abortion is worse than racism and the Holocaust because abortion kills 4,000 people every day and corrupts or damages the minds of the 12,000 people who have them / participate in them. The mother has the abortion, the father does nothing about it and the "doctor" performs the act. Most likely the doctor is supported by 1 or 2 nurses, so that would mean at least 12,000 people every single day in this country are directly taking part in the murder of an innocent, helpless human being.

We united to end racism, now let's unite to end abortion!

Friday November 4th is the next Call for Life day at Once a month on the first Friday we unite to call, email, fax, write or march to let our representatives know we want abortion to end.

Pass it on - United We Stand - Divided They Die

Missionaries to the Preborn Press Release


Only two abortion clinics remain in Milwaukee.
Since the Missionaries to the Preborn began in 1988,
6 of 8 abortion clinics in Milwaukee have closed.

Last Saturday, October 29th, 2005, the Summit Women's Health Organization, an abortion clinic located at 530 N. Water St. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, closed it's doors for good. The clinic has not declared any public reason for it's shutting down, but since the year 2000, Missionaries to the Preborn has targeted the clinic with daily pickets. For the last five years, they have been there every day to offer help to the mothers as they approach the clinic. They have also frequently picketed the homes of the abortionists and the clinic workers.

Missionaries to the Preborn has also conducted investigations into the operating procedures of the Summit abortuary, and has publicized the malpractice lawsuits against the abortionists which "practiced" there.

From the early to mid-90's, Summit was the scene of countless rescues where the Missionaries and other Christians blockaded the doors of the clinic to defend the helpless preborn from a grisly death. Hundreds were arrested.

"We give thanks to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ for the closing of this death camp. This is proof, that when God's people act in simple obedience to His Word and show love to their neighbor in need, these abortion clinics can be shut down." --Pastor Matt Trewhella, Founder of Missionaries to the Preborn

Missionaries to the Preborn is a Christian Mission which was founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1988.
Since the Mission began, six of the eight abortion clinics in Milwaukee have closed down and the number of abortions committed in Wisconsin each year has dropped by over 50%.

If you would like to support Missionaries to the Preborn, you can write them at:
Missionaries to the Preborn
P.O. Box 26931
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Worldview Blogspot

"The overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world."

Source -

Abortion is not an individual topic, it is part of the big picture, part of the Weltanschauung (worldview) that people have. There are many pieces that make up a worldview. How do we see things such as

> Politics
> Morality
> Sin
> Marriage
> Religion

The different types of worldview include biblical, pagan, secular, humanist, satanic, scientific and more.

All of our experiences from when we are born until the day we die shape our worldview. All of our interaction and learning help shape us as human beings. What if that interaction and learning is distorted?

“As the twig is bent, so grows the tree”

If we receive distorted teaching when we are younger or throughout our lives we will become distorted. When we are born and while we are growing up, if we are taught that sex is safe, if it feels good... do it, abortion is good, Christianity is bad, corporations are evil and so on, those are typically the things we will believe later on.

You've probably heard of the Nazi girls in Bakersfield, CA by now. Here are a couple of things these girls have to say.
"We're proud of being white, we want to keep being white," said Lynx. "We want our people to stay white … we don't want to just be, you know, a big muddle. We just want to preserve our race."


ABC Article

More tommorrow - 4,000 people will die today - Join us and help do something every day to help end abortion

Too Young for Sex, Old enough To Kill Blogspot

A 13 year old girl and a 12 year old boy had sex. I know, they were too young to be doing that, but Planned Parenthood probably held a youth seminar that week.

It resulted in a baby, which the girl delivered and has kept.

That's not the crazy part though.

The crazy part is that she could have had an abortion and killed her child legally.

Wait, no, that's not the whole story.

Another crazy part is that they were convicted of "sexual abuse of a minor for having sex with each other".

Caspertribune Article

Now that's just a little bizarre isn't it?

It was against the law for them to have sex because they abused each other?

Defense attorney Randy Richards contends the felony conviction of the girl violates the constitutional equal protection conviction.

Two 14-year olds having sex may be charged only with a Class B misdemeanor and for 16- and 17-year-olds, intercourse is illegal only if one participant is 10 years older than the other, Richards said.

For now she has a juvenile felony record, he said.
A felony. The girl gets charged with a felony and any violation of probation could add 7 years onto her sentence and she could lose her child.

Yet she could have walked into any abortion clinic in America and killed her child legally.

Talk about encouraging our children to have abortions if they're in trouble! - Join us - Do your part to help end the madness and murder

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

He's no Ruth Bader Ginsburg Blogspot

Judge Alito is a moderate conservative which is why he will make it though the process and will be sitting on the bench as a United States Supreme Court Justice.

The Gang of 14 will schmooze and pat each other on the backs, relishing their self-importance of course.

If Republicans would hold Democrats to a filibuster we wouldn't have the "Gang of 14".

But I digress

Judge Samuel Alito has one of the best records to qualify as Supreme Court Justice in a very long time and is a conservative. His credentials are impeccable as are his confidence and demeanor. The Dems aren't going to be able to deny him even if they hold a closed session every day for a month.

It's about time President Bush showed a little bit of "divider". Don't get me wrong, his idea of "I'm a uniter not a divider" works great in some places, but not in the current environment of the United States Federal Government.

Who was it that President Clinton put on the court? Oh yeah, the biggest divider in the history of this country, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsburg is not only pro-abortion, she will drive you to the clinic. The National Organization for Women pays for her speaking tours and then she follows up by ruling in their favor in cases involving them. Fairly outrageous don't you think?

NOW pays her money and then she rules in their favor...and she's still in office.

Support Pro-Life candidates, but take your vote to the next step. Demand from them that they do everything possible to end abortion once they get into office.

We have two Republicans in Virginia who pretend to be Pro-Life but really aren't. One is Senator John Warner and the other is Representative Frank Wolf. Frank Wolf is only against federal funding of abortion and John Warner believes America is Pro-Death and won't do anything to stop it.

Join us in the Monthly Call for Life at on November 4th.

United We Stand

Divided they die

Help end abortion through Pro-Life Unity

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Swimming the Mainstream Blogspot

Howard Dean made this comment this evening on Fox News:

"We outta find out whether he believes that a woman has a right to make up her own mind about her health care or whether the government should be doing that for her"
He also made another comment on how President Bush is "appealing to the far right by picking someone out of the mainstream".

For Howard Dean to come out and say that President Bush is picking someone out of the mainstream is like a frog telling a bird he shouldn't be flying. Howard Dean is so far out of the mainstream his eyes are going dry and he wouldn't recognize a moderate if one voted for him.

Is Judge Alito out of the mainstream left wing? I hope so. Is he out of the mainstream of the right wing or the rest of America? I doubt it.

I believe Judge Alito should answer the Pro-Life question "Will you overturn Roe vs Wade?" with, "I will handle each case based on its merit". I don't want a judge to walk in and say he is going to swing the gavel to suit his own personal beliefs. I want a judge who will uphold the Constitution of the United States, unlike those judges who created the Roe vs Wade fiasco in the first place!

Do I want him and the United States to overturn Roe vs Wade? 100% you bet I do, but I want him to do it according to law. Abortion is murder and it should be illegal. A "Right to Privacy" ruling should not have made it legal. My wife said the other day

"if you think about it, abortion wasn't illegal before Roe vs Wade right?. So if it wasn't illegal, it was just a matter of time before someone came along and made it legal. The rest of us just thought of this as a "duh, of course abortion is wrong and it should be illegal" situation"

How many more of these "duh" situations were there?

The Supreme Court abandons the "trimester" approach to abortion that was institutionalized in Roe vs. Wade and which outlined a woman's and states' rights during each trimester of a pregnancy.

Justices also rule that a state may assert its interest in the fetus throughout a pregnancy, but determine that states may not place substantial obstacles in the path of a woman seeking an abortion.

President Clinton lifts the so-called gag rule that forbade doctors in federally funded clinics from mentioning abortion as an option. He also lifts a ban on the use of fetal tissue in research.

Clinton vetoes legislation that would have banned a type of late-term abortion.

Children are killed all the way up to the day they could be born by murdering thugs like George Tiller in Wichita, Kansas. Murderers like Tiller are the people who Howard Dean believes the mainstream supports. When the stories of his brutal late-term killings come out it will be like the day American soldiers stepped into Nazi death camps.

America starts "Gender Trials" where people can pick the sex of the child they want.

"Tired of so many boys? Don't worry, we'll kill all the boys and let you just pick the girl out of the bunch. Kind of like being able to take your pick out of the litter of kittens right"?
America will become educated about what has been happening for 32 years. Millions of men and women already know. They either had abortions or encouraged their wives and girlfriends to have abortions.

A large percentage of Americans has already experienced abortion, personally or through wives, daughters, sisters, girlfriends, husbands, boyfriends. The question is, will you turn against it or will you stay silent and let others suffer the save fate that you have already suffered?

If a person is dying next to you, do you save them or let them die?

Your choice

Do something to help end abortion. Join us this Friday in the Monthly Call for Life. Don't walk away from your responsibility.
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