Monthly Archives: July 2013

Abortion Access In America Demands Special Treatment

Abortion access in America: how the abortion industry demands special treatment

It’s troubling that the abortion industry cries foul repeatedly about abortion access when some Americans have trouble finding access to treat actual diseases. That a journal article would even need to be written about such fringe data is telling of its campaign to increase abortion.

Abortion is not a disease. It’s a choice. It is the only surgery that exists where a random surgeon will perform a life-altering operation on a woman in a non-emergency situation without knowing her, her history, her certainty of the procedure or any other medical background.

http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/abortion-access-in-america-how-the-abortion-industry-demands-special-treatm

Prince Grape True Fairy Dust

Prince Grape and the magical fairy dust

Would Prince Grape have been a non-human if the Duchess of Cambridge had not wanted him?

The fact that the pop-culture media were so charmed by the “Grape” christening reveals the true fairy dust.  It’s not contact with a few vaginal inches. The real fairy dust is being wanted. Because this Royal Heir was so wanted, hoped-for, fawned-over, delighted-in, he was treated in the womb – even when he was as small as a grape – with the same loving protection and attention that he now will have outside it.  Not just his mother, but the whole world thought of him as a person, spoke of him as such, gave him a nickname.  Why?  Because he was wanted.

My So-Called Spontaneous Abortion

My so-called spontaneous abortion

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People expect you to get over a miscarriage quickly. After all, it wasn’t a “real” baby. And it’s so common! It happens all the time! I’m sure it’s even worse for post-abortive mothers. I’m sure you’re expected to feel liberated, free as a bird. But some part of them must know what has happened, that there was a death.

It Stretches Our “LIFE” Brand

It Stretches Our “LIFE” Brand

Right to Life supporters,

There has been much in the news lately about 2 RTL groups in Ohio adding marriage between one man and one woman to their mission.

I have been talking to various RTL groups and thinking through this myself and have come to 4 thoughts I would like you to consider.

1 – We are making great strides in the life movement. We are approaching 70% folks who say we should not use tax payer money for abortion, 70% say not in the third trimester, 62% say not in the second trimester and those who oppose abortion outright is climbing each year.

2 – The genderless marriage movement, is unfortunately, trending the other way. Because the media and shows on TV glorify being homosexual and heterosexuals have not done a great job with marriage in the past 35 years, this movement is gaining popularity to the tune of 2-3% per year. I predict in 2 years, there will be a referendum to overturn Ohio’s Constitutional Amendment of traditional marriage, and it likely will win.

3 – We have strong donors and supporters who are split on this issue and may no longer support life if we also are talking genderless marriage. I have a 10 point talking points that I use for genderless marriage, but it’s a much harder sell right now compared to the Life movement.

4 – It waters down our brand. A brand cannot be stretched too far or it becomes meaningless. I’ll give an example….Toyota tried selling a $45,000 car about 20 years ago. It failed miserably because Toyota is thought of as a low to mid brand of car. Not high end. They then developed the brand Lexus, which today, is selling cars in excess of $80,000. They could not ‘stretch’ the Toyota brand to cover the high end segment because consumers felt Toyota was not ‘special’ and people who can afford these high end cars wanted something special. For some folks, cars make a statement about who they are or what they’ve accomplished. If they see someone in a Toyota Corolla at $7,000, it hurts their image. Thus the launch of Lexus and what we have today. Same company, two brands. I think the same thing may happen to the Life movement.

While I support traditional marriage and think this too, will hurt or society, I think this movement should be separated from the Life movement.

Thank you for your consideration and please forward this to whomever you wish. I’m open to suggestions, but these are my thoughts after much consideration and study.

Nino Vitale
V.P., Champaign County Right to Life

http://www.freewebs.com/ccrtl/

Planned Parenthood Put Women at Risk With After Hours Abortions

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Planned Parenthood Put Women at Risk With After Hours Abortions, No Staff Present

Dover, DE | 7/30/13 4:09 PM

Three former employees of the Planned Parenthood abortion business testified before the Delaware state legislature today and told lawmakers that the abortion giant frequently put women’s health and lives at risk.

The three former Planned Parenthood of Delaware employees testified before a bipartisan panel of the Delaware state legislature. The two nurses and one former manager said Planned Parenthood officials knew about improper, dangerous “after hours” abortions being performed by abortionist Eric Schaff without any support medical staff.

http://www.lifenews.com/2013/07/30/planned-parenthood-put-women-at-risk-with-after-hours-abortions-no-staff-present/

It’s A Girl: The Three Deadliest Words

It’s a girl: The three deadliest words in the world

itsagirldocureEditor’s note. This first appeared at mercatornet.com. An estimated 200 million girls are missing. How can the world community stand by and allow gendercide to continue? asks the maker of a documentary film on this scandal.

The United Nations estimates that as many as 200 million girls are missing today, the majority from India and China. What are the cultural patterns and individual stories behind this shocking statistic? Evan Grae Davis, an American who has extensive experience in the developing world, has produced a documentary film that answers this question through the mouths of women immersed in these cultures and activists who are campaigning for them. In this email interview with MercatorNet he explained how he came to make the film and what needs to happen next.

http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2013/07/its-a-girl-the-three-deadliest-words-in-the-world/

OLD PEOPLE

OLD PEOPLE
  • Old People are easy to spot at sporting events; during the playing of the National Anthem. Old People remove their caps and stand at attention and sing without embarrassment.  They know the words and believe in them.
  • Old People remember World War II, Pearl Harbor, Guadalcanal , Normandy and Hitler. They remember the Atomic Age, the Korean War, The Cold War, the Jet Age and the Moon Landing. They remember the 50 plus Peacekeeping Missions from 1945 to 2005, not to mention  Vietnam .
  • If you bump into an Old People on the sidewalk he will apologize. If you pass an Old Person on the street, he will nod or tip his cap to a lady. Old People trust strangers and are courtly to women.
  • Old People hold the door for the next person and always, when walking, make certain the lady is on the inside for protection.
  • Old People get embarrassed if someone curses in front of women and children and they don’t like any filth or dirty language on TV or in movies.
  • Old People have moral courage and personal integrity. They seldom brag unless it’s about their children or grandchildren.
  • It’s the Old People who know our great country is protected, not by politicians, but by the young men and women in the military serving their country.
 
This country needs Old People with their work ethic, sense of responsibility, pride in their country and decent values.
 
We need them now more than ever.
  
Thank God for Old People.
*May we cherish & protect OLD PEOPLE and not fall for the lies of Euthanasia!