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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Kathleen Sebelius as Obama's Vice President?

Recently, I've read that Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is under consideration as Vice-President by Democrat Presidential candidate Barack O'bama. It would not suprise me, as both are pro-abortion extremeists. Thanks to a correspondence with cartoonist John Francis Borra, I have become familiar enough with Gov. Sebelius'shameless promotion of abortion to know that the election of Obama and Sebelius ticket would be an unmitigated disaster for the pro-life movement. Recently, Sebelius vetoed Kansas'Comprehensive Abortion Reform Act designed to protect women from coerced abortion. Borra's cartoon and commentary on Sebelius follow:

Kansas, Coercion and Flying Monkeys

John Francis Borra writes:
Governor Kathleen Sebelius' facade of concern for the human person grows ever more transparent. In April, she vetoed the Kansas legislature's broadly-supported Comprehensive Abortion Reform Act intended to protect mothers and children from coerced abortion. The intension of the bill was not to restrict abortion, but simply to ensure that existing laws were complied with; however, even this was too much for Sebelius, arguably the most aggressively anti-life governor in US history. Sebelius, who has funneled a fortune in campaign contributions to likeminded politicians on behalf of the abortion industry, thus demonstrates mind-boggling indifference toward her pregnant constituents and a near- sociopathic commitment to aborting children.

Time and again, through the appointment and manipulation of attorneys general (including Stephen Six, the latest of George Tiller's lapdogs), district attorneys, judges, law enforcement and criminal investigations, Kathleen Sebelius has helped abortionists circumvent Kansas law. Her public repudiation of Archbishop Joseph Naumann, of Catholic moral imperatives and the natural law have earned her rock star status among the leftwing of the Democratic Party, catapulting her to the top of its list of VP hopefuls.

Earlier this spring, legislation to protect women and children from coerced abortion became law in Idaho. It was resisted by Planned Parenthood who, along with other abortion operators and anti-life interests groups, is fiercely resisting similar legislation in other states. But thanks to the pernicious influence they exert through proxies like Kathleen Sebelius, abortionists in Kansas continue to prosper at the expense of vulnerable women.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Habitat for Humanity Accused of Helping Planned Parenthood Abortion Center

Not What You'd Expect from a Christian Organization: "Sarasota, FL (LifeNews.com) -- The Christian non-profit housing ministry Habitat for Humanity stands accused of helping a Florida-based Planned Parenthood overcome a hurdle to building a new abortion business. A pro-life advocate says Planned Parenthood would have been stymied in building the new center without the group's help."Habitat for Humanity Accused of Helping Planned Parenthood Abortion Center:

Pro-Life Leaders Say John McCain Shouldn't Pick Charlie Crist for VP

"Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Leading pro-life advocates say one of the top considerations for John McCain for a vice-presidential running mate should be left off of his short list. They're concerned Florida Gov. Charlie Crist isn't sufficiently pro-life and would not motivate the base of the Republican Party in the way McCain needs to win." Visit: Pro-Life Leaders Say John McCain Shouldn't Pick Charlie Crist for VP:

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Celebrating Down syndrome - a Mother's Day photo album :: Down syndrome :: ProLifeBlogs

Pro-Life Blogs has a collection of Mother's Day Photos: Last year I unveiled a very special Mother's Day photo album, which has continued to grow this year - now with 95 mother/child portraits:
You can see the photos and read the moms comments at Our Little Extras - A Mother's Day Down Syndrome Celebration.
Or watch the slideshow here:
Celebrating Down syndrome - a Mother's Day photo album :: Down syndrome :: ProLifeBlogs: "Celebrating Down syndrome - a Mother's Day photo album

Monday, May 19, 2008

A place for homeless, pregnant women to call home

A place for homeless, pregnant women to call home: "She was tired of moving from motel to motel with other drug addicts. She decided she wanted to give her baby the best start at life. Asay didn’t have custody of her first child, an 8-year-old boy.
“I was scared because, at the time, I didn’t know which was more important (drugs or the baby). I didn’t want to go to jail, but then I just realized that I can’t not go to jail because then my child wouldn’t make it and it wasn’t fair to the baby,” said Asay, 25."
While incarcerated this pregnant mom learned about a new maternity home in Luzerne County and was given permission by a judge to participate in its programs. For the Times Leader article click the first sentence.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Linda in Argentina

I don't normally make a habit of bragging about my kids, but today I can't resist.
Thanks be to God as of 7:19 this morning Linda Joy arrived safely in Buenos Aires, Argentina after a 10 hour flignt from Miami. She will be studying Spanish for several weeks at a college in Argentina as part of a student exchange program. For the last few weeks I've been helping her get ready for the trip, taking her for necessary vaccinations, even picking up a recommendation letter from her former teacher. That beautiful letter probably won her the spot in the exchange program.
Linda is traveling with four other students from her school. If she has access to a computer at the school she may do some blogging about her trip, in which case I'll give you an update. Otherwise I may not hear from her as she left both computer and phone at home. Needless to say, my mind has not been on blogging lately.

Like Forrest Gump observed, "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get." Parenting is like that too. To say the least it is an adventure. Sue

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Italian Woman Surrenders Life for Her Unborn Child - LifeSite Daily News for Thursday May 1, 2008

PIEVE DI SOLIGO, Italy, May 1, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - In an act of sacrifice comparable to that of pro-life patroness St. Gianna Beretta Molla, Italian mother Paola Breda recently died after having declined potentially life-saving cancer treatment that could have harmed her unborn child.

Breda was diagnosed with breast cancer six months into her pregnancy with her child Nicola, but postponed treatment until after Nicola's birth." Visit:LifeSite Daily News for Thursday May 1, 2008

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

American Radio Journal

(May 10, 2008 – May 16, 2008) This week on American Radio Journal: Lowman Henry interviews Edward Hamberger of the Association of American Railroads on efforts to re-regulate the rail freight industry: Ryan Shafik gets the 'Real Story' from Pat Toomey on why conservatives should challenge liberal Republicans in GOP primaries; And, Dr. Paul Kengor of Grove City College has an American Radio Journal commentary on Barbara Boxer's continued assault on the rights of the unborn." Dr.Kengor's program should be of interest to readers. Dr. Kengor also spoke at the PA Leadership Conference 2008 on Ronald Reagan and was quite interesting. Visit:American Radio Journal:

Monday, May 12, 2008

ZENIT - Caviezel Shares Fears, Joys in Adopting

Jim Caviezel and his wife adopted two children suffering from brain tumors and shared his feelings on a radio program.
"NEW YORK, MAY 7, 2008 (Zenit.org)Christianity is about living according to faith, even if certain decisions bring paralyzing fear, says actor Jim Caviezel, who played the role of Jesus in Mel Gibson's 'The Passion of the Christ.'

Caviezel, 39, affirmed this on a radio program with the Christopher Movement, during which he talked about overcoming fear to adopt two children suffering from brain tumors."
Visit: ZENIT - Caviezel Shares Fears, Joys in Adopting:

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Pro-Life Advocates Plan to Protest Abortion at NEA Summer Conference

Pro-Life Advocates Plan to Protest Abortion at NEA Summer Conference: "Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Pro-life advocates plan to protest abortion at the upcoming National Education Association convention at the Washington Convention Center on July 2nd. The NEA has upset pro-life advocates many times over the years and, most recently, when it hosted a forum featuring a late-term abortion practitioner." Visit: NEA Slams Criticism of Recent Forum Featuring Late-Term Abortion Practitioner

Monday, May 05, 2008

Scientist Says British Human Cloning Bill Would Allow Human-Chimp Mating

Scientist Says British Human Cloning Bill Would Allow Human-Chimp Mating: "London, England (LifeNews.com) -- A leading scientist says the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill the British parliament is considering is so grisly that it would allow scientists to mate humans and chimps. Dr. Calum MacKellar says he's worried the bill, which promotes human cloning, would allow interspecies mating."

Coalition for a Conservative Majority

Coalition for a Conservative Majority is forming chapters in northeast PA and in Pittsburgh. The meeting for Scranton will be Tuesday, May 6 and the Pittsburgh meeting is Wed. May 7th. For further information or to register visit CCM

Friday, May 02, 2008

Pro-Life Groups Plan Funeral for Babies Killed in Abortions at Dumpster Clinic

Pro-life groups are planning a funeral for the babies who were victims of abortion at a Michigan abortion center and then thrown in the dumpster. The incident caused a national controversy when the Womancare abortion business received only a slap on the wrist for violating illegal dumping laws." To read more visit:
Pro-Life Groups Plan Funeral for Babies Killed in Abortions at Dumpster Clinic: "Lathrup Village, MI (LifeNews.com)

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Expelled Movie Exposes Planned Parenthood's Pro-Abortion M.O.

Who makes a surprise appearance in Ben Stein's movie "Expelled!"? According to author Maria Vitale, "It's Margaret Sanger, the matriarch of Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion operation. Stein notes that Sanger was a proponent of eugenics, the pseudo-science which involves trying to create a master race of human beings through breeding." To read the article visit: Expelled Movie Exposes Planned Parenthood's Pro-Abortion M.O.: To learn more aboutBen Stein's movie visit www.expelledthemovie.com

Planned Parenthood Willing to Accept Donations Specifically to Abort Black Babies

You've heard that Planned Parenthood offices across the country have been willing to accept donations specifically to abort black babies. Now hear some of the actual calls. To hear it on Youtube visit: