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Month: May 2011

Two Texas Teens Have Quit The Girl Scouts Over Its Ties To Planned Parenthood

Two Texas Teens Have Quit The Girl Scouts Over Its Ties To Planned Parenthood

Two teens, Tess and Sydney Volanski, quit the Girl Scouts after eight years and started a new website to protest the Girl Scouts’ ties to Planned Parenthood and their feminist and pro-abortion agenda. On their website, speaknowgirlscouts.com, the teens state, “We parted ways with the organization when we discovered that they have a pro-abortion mindset. We refuse to remain silent while this organization’s unscrupulous principles mislead over 2 million girls in the United States alone. We created SpeakNowGirlScouts.com in order…

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Is Herman Cain Pro-Life?

Is Herman Cain Pro-Life?

Disclaimer: This is not a political endorsement. Just answering a question. Is Herman Cain prolife? Yes. In our many conversations Mr. Cain has remained solid for life, marriage and family. He is also a successful, practical and solid strategist and problem solver. Please read below: I’m not going to shoot from the lip on Afghanistan May 15th, 2011 – Herman Cain Ever since the South Carolina Republican presidential debate, reporters have continued to challenge me for not having a specific…

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Some States Fight for Life: Others Fight for Death

Some States Fight for Life: Others Fight for Death

In recent news, Indiana’s Gov. Mitch Daniels signed into law legislation that will defund Planned Parenthood in his state. While some accuse Gov. Daniels of cutting job opportunities along with funding to the nation’s largest abortion provider, the critics should consider this. By redirecting the funds to other health services providers who do not perform or refer clients to abortion facilities, Gov. Daniels is expanding opportunities for life and making more funds and services available. On the flip side of…

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Congratulations to Governor Mitch Daniels, the State of Indiana and Judge Tanya Walton Pratt

Congratulations to Governor Mitch Daniels, the State of Indiana and Judge Tanya Walton Pratt

We want to congratulate Governor Mitch Daniels, the State of Indiana and Judge Pratt for standing firm for life. As reported by Steven Ertelt in a LifeNews.com article yesterday, “A federal judge has declined a request by the Planned Parenthood abortion business to issue a temporary restraining order blocking a new state law Governor Mitch Daniels signed that yanks its taxpayer funding.” We salute the federal judge for listening to the will of the people. Planned Parenthood has received millions…

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Civil Rights Litany for Justice and Life

Civil Rights Litany for Justice and Life

By Fr. Frank Pavone Petition One Dr. King declared, “It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” Let us pray. Lord, open our eyes, to see that our own destiny, as individuals and as a people, is directly tied to the destiny of our youngest brothers and sisters, the children in the womb….

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Good Grief and Holy Ovaries…

Good Grief and Holy Ovaries…

As a woman who once experienced two abortions and a related miscarriage, I can only say that like Ms. Underwood, I personally know that grief is a personal matter. That’s why I so deeply appreciate Rachel’s Vineyard and other post abortion healing ministries. RV treated my grief personally, and they prayed with me. They never publically exposed my pain, my grief and my healing. I did that. Once I was completely healed, I was so free and so blessed that…

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A must read from Day Gardner

A must read from Day Gardner

If Not for Grace by Day Gardner Thomas George Ford learned early that life is not easy, especially for a young black man growing up in 1920s West Virginia. Forced to be known as “George” rather than “Thomas” to avoid being associated with his fugitive father, George struggles to find his identity and make his way in the world. Eventually, searching for work, he moves south to live with his uncle Eli. Though lighter skinned than her siblings, Grace White…

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Fr. Pavone on Passage of No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act

Fr. Pavone on Passage of No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: May 4, 2011 Contact: Andre Kim 347-286-7277 Staten Island, NY – Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, today hailed the House’s 251-175 vote to approve H.R. 3, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. “The American public has for decades opposed the use of taxpayer dollars to pay for abortions,” said Fr. Pavone. “The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act simply codifies the longstanding will of the people. Today’s vote once again shows…

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American Idol Again… Steven Tyler has an abortion story to tell!

American Idol Again… Steven Tyler has an abortion story to tell!

Okay, I admit it. I watch American Idol, and God hates idols. We are told to keep ourselves from idols. I’m praying about all of this. It would really be a blessing if they changed the name of the show to something else. I’m really praying! Having said all of that, I am generally touched by the lives, gifts and talents of the young people who sing their hearts out week after week on the show. They are not my…

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The Congressional Black Caucus is Doing the Black Community a Disservice

The Congressional Black Caucus is Doing the Black Community a Disservice

In a letter dated May 3 to the Democratic women of the Senate, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) urged them to fight just as hard for the reproductive healthcare rights of low-income women in the District of Columbia as they do for their own constituents, as reported by The Hill The Hill writes, “the CBC members said they were “deeply disappointed” when Democrats agreed last month to a 2011 continuing resolution (CR) that included language barring D.C. from using local…

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