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Friday, June 29, 2007

Companies Supporting Abortion -> Advocates and Supporters

The Ohio Right to Life web site containc a list of Companies Supporting Abortion via their contributions to Planned Parenthood and the National Origanization for Women. Before investing in any corporation, it would be wise for pro-life people to investigate that corporation's ties to Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion organizations. For the Ohio Right to Life site visit:

Abortion -> Advocates and Supporters: "Abortion Advocates

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Kansas Attorney General To Prosecute Abortionist Tiller - Capital Journal Online

In a surprise move Kansas Attorney General Paul Morrison announced he will charge abortionist George Tiller with 19 misdemeanor counts. This comes just one day after dropping 15 charged against Tiller.

According to the Capital Journal, "Attorney General Paul Morrison said Dr. George Tiller, in obtaining a second opinion required under Kansas law for some late-term abortions, didn’t rely on a financially and legally independent doctor."

"Morrison described the allegations as a “technical violation” of a 1998 law restricting late-term procedures. “And it’s my job to enforce the law,” he said." reading a prepared statement.

According to Morrison, "Tiller could be sentenced to up to a year in jail and a $2,500 fine on each charge" if he is convicted.To read more visit:CJOnline - Kansas AG to prosecute abortion provider:

Kansas Attorney General Drops 15 Charges Against Late Term Abortionist -Operation Rescue

"Topeka, KS – Attorney General Paul Morrison has announced that the 15 reporting charges filed by former Attorney General Phill Kline will not be pursued, characterizing them as “ridiculous.”" according to Operation Rescue June 27th.
"The only person to look at the records and determine Tiller did not violate the law is Paul Morrison" said Cheryl Sullenger, Senior Policy Advisor for Operation Rescue. "Women are getting abortions - so they can go to rock concerts or so they will not wreck their tummy tucks" she continued. To read more visit:
Operation Rescue: "Topeka, KS –

A Cartoon By John Francis Borra

Kansas Cartoonist John Francis Borra comments on abortionist George Tiller's political influence.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Operation Rescue » Blog Archive » VIDEO: Key Witness In Tiller Criminal Case Says AG Morrison Never Contacted Him

"Respected psychiatrist Dr. Paul McHugh said today that even though he was scheduled to testify against abortionist George R. Tiller in the criminal case filed by former Attorney General Phill Kline, he has not been contacted in any way by the current Attorney General Paul Morrison." Watch the video in which Psychiatrist Dr. McHugh discusses the frivolous reasons listed for late term abortions performed by George Tiller. To watch the video visit:
Operation Rescue » Blog Archive » VIDEO: Key Witness In Tiller Criminal Case Says AG Morrison Never Contacted Him:

Crime Scene KC

Crime Scene KC: "Attorney General Paul Morrison has cleared Planned Parenthood of any criminal wrongdoing in the abortion records investigation started by his predecessor, Phill Kline.

The announcement was made by Planned Parenthood officials and confirmed by Morrison’s office Tuesday evening. In a letter to Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri, Morrison said he found no evidence that a crime had been committed at Planned Parenthood’s Overland Park clinic."

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Kansas Legislators Plan to Tighten Late-Term Abortion Laws

Kansas abortionist George Tiller, who has allegedly performed late term abortions illegally, has been at the center of controversy for several years now. Former Attorney General Phil Kilne conducted an investigation of Tiller's alleged illegal abortions,charging Tiller with 30 misdemeanor counts. Kline was unseated in the 2006 election for Attorney General

The new Attorney General, Paul Morrison thus far has not charged Tiller. Recently, the Topeka Capital Journal reported Kansas "legislators hosted a rally for about 100 people outside the Statehouse in advance of Attorney General Paul Morrison's announcement sometime this week of findings from a six-month investigation of Dr. George Tiller. Morrison's predecessor as attorney general, Republican Phill Kline, filed 30 misdemeanor charges against Tiller for violation of late-term abortion statutes, but all were thrown out in December by a Wichita judge." Now Kansas Legislators want to "narrow legal justification for abortion after 21 weeks of gestation and permit late abortion only to save the life of the mother." To read more visit:
CJOnline - Abortion opponents announce bill plan:

Friday, June 22, 2007

Forty Days for Life Documentary on EWTN Monday June 25th 6:30 Eastern Time - Don't Miss This Exciting New Prayerful Approach to Saving Lives!

Recently I received exciting news about a prayerful pro-life movement called Forty Days for Life which started in Texas in 2004. It has spread like wildfire to communities across the country. It involves prayer, fasting, vigils at abortion clinics and outreach. Cities like Madison, Wisconsin, Dallas, Texas, Charolette, North Carolina, and many others have also participated with miraculous results.

Watch this documentary on EWTN Monday, June 25 th. At 6:30

WHAT: "beingHUMAN: 40 Days for Life" World Premiere

WHERE: EWTN Global Cable Network

DATE: Monday, June 25

TIME: 6:30 PM Eastern
5:30 PM Central
4:30 PM Mountain
3:30 PM Pacific

If you don't get EWTN, here's how you can watch the
streaming video online:

1.) Go to: http://www.ewtn.com/index.asp
2.) On the bar at the top, point to "Television"
3.) From the drop-down menu, select "Live TV English"
4.) Select your preferred format (Windows Media or
Real Player)

Spread the word, and I hope you can watch it!

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Phil Kline Addresses NRLC Convention on Late Term Abortion www.kansascity.com | 06/14/2007 | Defeat abortion, Kline urges

Phil Kline, the former Kansas Attorney General who launched an investigation into alleged illegal abortions performed at two Kansas abortion centers, addressed the National Right to Life convention held this past week in Kansas City Missouri.

Kline was defeated in the 2006 election and his successor, Attorney General Morrison has not charged the abortionists.

The Kansas City Star article begins; "Phill Kline took his crusade against abortion to a friendly audience Thursday, delivering a sizzling indictment before the National Right to Life Convention.

“The soil of Kansas is stained red,” said Kline, formerly the Kansas attorney general and now Johnson County district attorney.

“Abortion is sin, and sin always begins with a lie.”

Before his speech, Kline criticized his successor, Attorney General Paul Morrison, for not taking seriously the investigation Kline began into alleged illegal abortions performed at two Kansas clinics." To read the entire article visit:

www.kansascity.com | 06/14/2007 | Defeat abortion, Kline urges:

Monday, June 18, 2007

www.kansascity.com | 06/17/2007 | Abortion foes say ultrasound measures new push

"Right to Life had its annual, three-day convention in Kansas City this week, attracting more than 1,000 leaders of local and state anti-abortion groups from across the nation. Mary Balch, director of the group’s state legislative efforts, predicted that ultrasound legislation will be a growing trend.

“We believe the more information a woman has about the development of a child, the more likely she is to choose life,” Balch said." Eleven states have enacted laws requiring abortionists to tell women they have the right to see an ultrasound of the child they are carrying. www.kansascity.com | 06/17/2007 | Abortion foes say ultrasound measures new push:

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Watch Video of Republican Presidential Candidates Romney and Brownback Address National Right to Life Convention (Kansas City Star)

Two Republican Presidential Candidates addressed the 35th annual National Right to Life Convention which is being held this week in Kansas City Missouri.

Romney defended his conversion to the pro-life position. To quote from the June 15 th Kansas City Star: : "One of the front-runners for the Republican presidential nomination told a crowd of anti-abortion activists today that his previous pro-choice position was a mistake.

“I was wrong,” former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told a crowd of several hundred at the National Right to Life Conference meeting at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center."

Video clips of Romney's comments and Senator Sam Brownback's views on right to life issues and immigration are included with the article. Candidates Ron Paul and Duncan Hunter also attended the NRLC Convention.

For more of this article and links to video of Romney and Brownback at the NRLC Convention in Kansas Cityi visit: www.kansascity.com | 06/15/2007 | Romney defends abortion conversion; Brownback lauded:

Is Romney's Pro-Life Conversion a Myth?

Now for the other side of the Romney coin. An ABC News article of June 14th called "Romney's Pro-Life Conversion Myth or Reality", by Rick Klein and Jake Tapper questions the sincerity of Romney's pro-life conversion. The article cites several examples of questionable actions as governor including the following:
"Within two months of his epiphany on this issue, Romney appointed to a judgeship a Democrat who was an avowed supporter of abortion rights. In May 2005, Romney also declared his support for a House bill lifting President Bush's ban on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research -- a bill he now said he opposes" To read more visit:
Is Romney's Pro-Life Conversion a Myth?: "Within two months of his epiphany on this issue, Romney appointed to a judgeship a Democrat who was an avowed supporter of abortion rights. In May 2005, Romney also declared his support for a House bill lifting President Bush's ban on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research -- a bill he now said he opposes"

Hey, when did ABC News become interested in the right to life?

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Father Benedict Groeschel to Address June 23rd Conference in Wilkes-Barre

Father Benedict Groeschel, CFR will be the featured speaker at a conference to be held in Wilkes-barre on June 23rd, 2007. It is presented by The Station of the Cross, 750 am and 1550 am.

Fr. Groeschel is Director for the Office for Spiritual Development for the Archdiocese of New York. He also hosts a live one-hour television program on EWTN, “Sunday Night Live with Fr. Benedict Groeschel.” He has published a number of books and tapes on spirituality and pastoral counseling including Praying To Our Lord Jesus Christ: Prayers and Meditations Through The Centuries, The Rosary: Chain of Hope and Arise From Darkness.

Fr.Groeschel founded, along with eight other friars, the community of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal in May 1987. He also founded Good Counsel Homes for single mothers and their babies in 1985. Rev. Groeschel commented, "Every night we have 55 or more mothers plus their babies in all our homes. Sometimes it has been 110. If its an emergency, you're pregnant, and have no safe place to stay, you call Good Counsel."

The June 23, 2007 conference will be held at Bishop Hoban High School's McCarthy Auditorium in Wilkes-Barre. The Conference includes Holy Mass, talks by Father Groeschel, Eucharistic adoration and time for book signings. The conference costs $20. For more information or to purchase tickets call the station toll free at 1-877-888-6279.

Good Counsel operates five homes in New York: the Bronx, Staten Island, Spring Valley, Poughkeepsie, and Harrison, New York. For additional information about Good Counsel homes go online to www.goodcounselhomes.org

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Pro-Life Blogs- Bill O'Reilly Comments On Late-Term Abortionist George Tiller

"Fox News host Bill O'Reilly rebounded from a six-month silence to issue a scathing segment on the notorious late-term abortionist George R. Tiller that aired the evening of May 30. During the segment, O'Reilly blasted Tiller for 'executing fetuses' for 'vague medical reasons.'

He was equally critical of Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who vetoed a bill that would have required Tiller to provide specific medical reasons for abortions after 21 weeks of pregnancy.

'Incredibly, Gov. Sebelius is protecting Tiller,' O'Reilly said during his broadcast. 'And Gov. Sebelius is allowing him to continue the slaughter. How the governor sleeps at night is beyond me.'" To read more visit:
Pro-Life Blogs:

Friday, June 01, 2007

Reborn | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited

"For three years, Riaan Bolton has lain motionless, his eyes open but unseeing. After a devastating car crash doctors said he would never again see or speak or hear. Now his mother, Johanna, dissolves a pill in a little water on a teaspoon and forces it gently into his mouth. Within half an hour, as if a switch has been flicked in his brain, Riaan looks around his home in the South African town of Kimberley and says, 'Hello.' Shortly after his accident, Johanna had turned down the option of letting him die." To read more about this story visit: Reborn | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited