Thursday, June 18, 2015

The New York Times Throws in the Towel on "Overpopulation"

But America’s “newspaper of record,” as it styles itself, failed to record the horrors themselves. It was woefully incomplete. There was no mention of the human costs when governments made population control a priority. No mention of the savage forced abortions and forced sterilizations that followed. No mention of the killing of baby girls through female infanticide and sex-selective abortion. No mention of the wasted money, the age and gender imbalances that continue to unfold and will take effect for years to come. No mention of how the overpopulation panic helped to fuel the rise of birth control use and abortion.  Visit:

The New York Times Throws in the Towel on "Overpopulation"

American Radio Journal - Commentarieson economic record of Jeb Bush and Donald Trump

American Radio Journal - Commentaries (audio recording about 10 minutes)

Pro-Lifers Honor 47 Victims of Gosnell Buried in Unmarked Plot in Philadelphia |

A tiny blue silk flower is the only marker that memorializes the gravesite of 47 babies who lost their lives at the hands of notorious Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell.
IMG_0092Pro-lifers recently discovered that the City of Philadelphia cremated and buried the babies more than a year ago in an unmarked plot at the Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia.
On Wednesday, some of our staff joined about 60 people at the gravesite for the firsthmemorial service to honor and remember these tiny victims of Kermit Gosnell.
Pro-Lifers Honor 47 Victims of Gosnell Buried in Unmarked Plot in Philadelphia |

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Indiana's abortion rate drops faster than national average, some cite aggressive legislation

Indiana's abortion rate drops faster than national average, some cite aggressive legislation

Note: this article seems to have a pro-abortion bias as it is an Indiana News story.  However I will also post an Indiana pro-life group's perspective to follow..

Right To Life Indy | There are many reasons the abortion rate is plummeting in Indianapolis

Right To Life Indy | There are many reasons the abortion rate is plummeting in Indianapolis



There are many reasons the abortion rate is plummeting in Indianapolis  From Indianapolis Right to Life





According to an AP article in today’s Indianapolis Star, the number of abortions in Indiana has declined by 20 percent since 2010.  That’s much faster than the national rate of decline of 12 percent.
The drop in Marion County is a little more modest — a 16% decline since 2010 — but that’s still above the national average.  For the largest metro area in the state, that’s fantastic news.
The Indianapolis Star article concentrated on recent legislative gains and how they might have affected the abortion rate.  And while it’s true that better informed consent, restrictions on abortions beyond 20 weeks and better reporting laws have had an impact, the massive increase in help for pregnant mom’s in Indianapolis is certainly a major contributor as well.  Great Lakes Gabriel Project, for instance, has provided on-site ultrasounds via their mobile ultrasound-RV, “Gabriel 1.”  In addition, Women’s Care Center opened up a state-of-the-art facility right next to Planned Parenthood’s abortion facility in Indianapolis.  In their first three months of operation, Women’s Care Center served over 200 pregnant women, 97% of whom chose life for their babies.  Life Centers also has seen an increase in the numbers of pregnant women they’ve been able to help in the last three or four years.  Life Centers now operates 8 pregnancy care centers in the Indianapolis-area.
The other significant reason for the decrease in abortions in Indianapolis is the closing of one abortion facility and the decrease in hours of operation at others.  The fewer abortion providers, the less likely a woman is to go for an abortion.
While the 20 percent drop in abortions is great news, what it indicates for the pro-life movement is even better.  We’re winning the war against abortion on just about every front.
Public perception continues to trend in a pro-life direction, fewer women are choosing abortion, fewer facilities are offering abortion and we’re passing more pro-life legislation than ever.  Now, even the AP and the Indianapolis Star are having a hard time denying it.

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

HISTORIC MARRIAGE PUBLIC SQUARE ROSARY CRUSADE

God's Marriage and the Traditional Family need our prayers in anticipation of the upcoming supreme Court decision concerning redefining marriage by legalizing Same Sex Marriage throughout the United States.   The intention of this emergency  Rally is for the Supreme Court to make the right decision and uphold traditional marriage.  
 You are invited! 
Join our 2015 Historic Rosary Rally for Traditional Marriage on Saturday, June 13th, 11:00 am ,  Lackawanna County Courthouse, North Washington Ave. , Scranton, Pa.  



Coordinated Nationally by  AMERICA NEEDS FATIMA campaign...  

Additional: 

This June, the most important legal decision on marriage in American history will happen...
And America Needs Fatima is holding “emergency” rosary rallies all across the United States at noon on Saturday, June 13th. (Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.) Over 1,000 Rallies are scheduled..
The intention is for the Supreme Court to make the right decision and uphold traditional marriage.  

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

13-Year-Old Raped by Her Stepfather Rejects Abortion, Meets Her Daughter Decades Later

 Growing up was “normal” for me, I thought.  I have three younger
brothers  — all who were born to my mother and stepfather.  We did the
things families normally do:  camping, fishing, and celebrating
birthdays and holidays.  We went to movies, laughed together and enjoyed
playing outside.  We occasionally we went to church.   One thing which
wasn’t truly normal however, was the secret between me and my
stepfather.  From as young as I can remember, he sexually molested me.  I
knew nothing different.  As I said, I thought it was normal.  This was a
secret no one knew – a secret he told me I must keep, and I was too
terrified to tell anyone anyway.    The story continues:

13-Year-Old Raped by Her Stepfather Rejects Abortion, Meets Her Daughter Decades Later

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Texas Cuts $1.2 Million in Taxpayer Funding From Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

The Texas Legislature’s new proposal cuts Planned Parenthood from its Breast and Cervical Cancer Services program.  The decision by the Lone Star State would axe funding for over a dozen Planned Parenthood facilities that don’t provide abortions on-site. Planned Parenthood received $1.2 million in taxpayer dollars under the program last year. A finalized budget will be decided on before June 1.  Visit:  Texas Cuts $1.2 Million in Taxpayer Funding From Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

Monday, May 18, 2015

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Alex Schadenberg, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition: Landmark Bill to Stop Forced Dehydration Passes Texas House, Heads to Senate

Landmark Bill to Stop Forced Dehydration Passes Texas House, Heads to Senate


By Dr Jacqueline Harvey

The Texas House of Representatives has passed House Bill 3074, which is groundbreaking legislation that would end the forced withdrawal of feeding tubes by medical facilities. HB 3074 by Representative Drew Springer proudly endorsed by Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC)will stop involuntary euthanasia by dehydration and is expected to be taken up quickly by the Senate early next week. Once signed into law, HB 3074 will be the first successful reform to the Texas Advanced Directives Act since 2003.

HB 3074 was passed on second reading in the Texas House of Representatives on Thursday, May 14 in under three minutes by a simple voice vote due to overwhelming support from legislators. Representative Springer’s bill boastsfour joint authors and 80 co-authors - well over half of the 150 House representatives. But moreover, HB 3074 is the first end-of-life bill in 12 years that has garnered universal agreement among patient advocates, disability rights, prolife and religious organizations.   Visit:
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Alex Schadenberg, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition: Landmark Bill to Stop Forced Dehydration Passes Texas House, Heads to Senate

Friday, May 08, 2015

Her Doctor Said a Dead Baby Was Better Than an Imperfect One and She Should Abort

When Eloise was a toddler, Stevie brought her to see the doctors who told her she should have an abortion because she wanted them to think long and hard about their so-called advice. She explained, “I wanted them to see what they told me to give up. I wanted them to understand that every one of the terrified mothers with sick babies is carrying a tiny person with her own personality, her own future, her own uniqueness. I wanted them to know that they’re not infallible. I wanted them to wonder how many babies they’d terminated after a misdiagnosis. I wanted to change their hearts. I knew that my daughter was destined for big things, and it would be a very big thing indeed to change the hearts and minds of these doctors who convince mothers that ending the lives of their babies is not only necessary, but right.”Her Doctor Said a Dead Baby Was Better Than an Imperfect One and She Should Abort



This video contains a beautiful story from a real courageous mom.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Comatose Woman Heard Doctors Tell Her Husband to Take Away Her Life Support

Comatose Woman Heard Doctors Tell Her Husband to Take Away Her Life Support

Do these doctors care about anyone?  The woman was young-she had a five year old who would be left without a mother, and still the doctors were pushing to have her removed from life support.