Tuesday, January 24, 2006


On January 21, 2006 Brian Rohrbough, father of slain Columbine
student Danny, addressed the annual Colorado Right to Life
March for Life.

Brian told the nearly 700 in attendance that a nation cannot
teach a generation that it is ok to kill innocent pre-born babies
in their mother's wombs and be surprised at a result like

Colorado Right to Life ran controversial radio ads by Brian
in the days running up to the MFL which can be heard
on the Colorado Right to Life web site.

In spite of the ad campaign, the size of the turn out
and the incredibly powerful message given by
a man who knows from experience the toll abortion
has taken on our nation's soul, there was a nearly
complete media black out of Brian's speech.

Denver media would not allow the strong truth
to be proclaimed that the state which began the
abortion holocaust on April 25 1967, has a lot for which to answer.

God help us!

Leslie Hanks
V.P. Colorado Right to Life

Several Denver sidewalk counsellors have targeted New Hope Baptist Church this week
for hosting a three day seminar featuring disgraced president Clinton's former pastor
Phillip Wogamon.

"Long time pro-abortion advocate Wogaman shouldn't be allowed in a black church considering
over 1,200 black babies die from abortion each day in our nation," said Jo Scott, whose efforts
in front of Denver's 20th and Vine Planned Parenthood clinic saved 104 babies in 2005.

On this past Sunday's picket of the influential black church, a young woman in her 5th month
of pregnancy ran up to the protesters crying and admitted that she had been to the 20th and
Vine killing clinic and turned back because Jo Scott and other protesters were there that day.

The Reverend Peters declined talk show host Bob Enyart's request that he meet with Jo
to thank her for helping to save a baby in his congregation from the abortion industry that
targets his community.

www.lifecommercials.com has a new 60 second tv ad exposing the racist plan of Planned Parenthood's
founder, Margaret Sanger.

Life Commercials founder, Steve Curtis, has expressed a desire to take his ad campaign to New Hope Baptist Church
to help them understand the danger of hosting pro-abortion advocates in their sanctuary.

Friday, January 20, 2006


Brian Rohrbough, father of Danny who was slain in the Columbine
made the case on the popular KHOW afternoon Caplis and Silverman show
yesterday that he believes there is a link between abortion and the
murders. Colorado Right to Life is airing a commercial on KHOW radio
making the connection between Columbine and America’s first abortion law
passed in Colorado and signed April 25, 1967. The ad is promoting the
Right to Life – MARCH FOR LIFE – January 21 st 2006 at 1:30 pm at the
State Capitol.

Talk show host, Dan Caplis, admitted during the Rohrbough interview
that the radio
Commercial is causing controversy and even ire among Denver listeners to
Caplis and Silverman show.

Some, including Craig Silverman, feel sorry that Danny’s death is
being used
to promote the March for Life. Others think it is wrong that the father of
an innocent child murdered at Columbine would stand up and say its time to
stop the murder of all innocent children.

Colorado Right to Life Vice President, Leslie Hanks, applauds Brian
Rohrbough’s courage. “ It is about time someone spoke the truth so boldly!
Brian is saying what
our elected officials should have been saying for the nearly forty years
that innocent
pre-born babies have been murdered in their mother’s wombs”

The controversial radio ad can be heard on www.coloradorighttolife.org


Thursday, January 19, 2006

New York Daily News - http://www.nydailynews.com

91,700 abortions in city
Sunday, January 15th, 2006

For every 100 babies born in New York City, women had 74 abortions in 2004, according to newly released figures that reaffirm the city as the abortion capital of the country.

And abortions for out-of-town women performed in the city increased from 57 to 70 out of every 1,000 between 1996 and 2004, a subtle yet noticeable trend that experts say may reflect growing hurdles against the procedure in more conservative parts of the country.

The new Vital Statistics report released by the city Department of Health this month shows there were 124,100 live births, 11,700 spontaneous abortions and 91,700 induced abortions in the city in 2004.

That means 40 out of 100 pregnancies in the city ended in a planned abortion - almost double the national average of 24 of 100 pregnancies in 2002, estimated by the Alan Guttmacher Institute, a Manhattan-based nonprofit group that researches reproductive health issues.

The city's role as a haven for women seeking to end pregnancies may become more pronounced as other states continue to adopt more legal restrictions against abortions - such as laws requiring mandatory waiting periods (25 states), parental consent or notification for minors (35 states) and two visits before an abortion (six states).

"If clinics are hard to get to, or the services are just unavailable, people are going to travel to get what in my mind is a critical public health service," said Joan Malin, president of Planned Parenthood of New York City.

The organization's Margaret Sanger Center in Manhattan is the largest abortion provider in New York, with 11,000 abortions performed a year.

Out-of-towners make up less than 2% of those receiving abortions at the center, but the number has gone up more than 20% in the last year, Malin said.

But abortion opponents called the city's high rate of procedures a "tragic" result of "marketing the culture of death."

"New York City has fashioned itself as being the philosophical center of 'abortion on demand,' and it has a thriving industry to show for it," said Christina Fadden Fitch, legislative director of the New York State Right to Life Committee.

The influx into the city of women seeking abortions could become a deluge - as it was in the early 1970s - if the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision legalizing abortions nationwide is repealed.

"If Roe vs. Wade were overturned and some states outlawed abortions, it's certainly possible we might begin to see more of the interstate travel we saw before," said Lawrence Finer, director for domestic research at the Guttmacher Institute.

That is what abortion-rights advocates feel may happen if Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito is appointed to the bench.

At his Senate confirmation hearings this week, Alito refused to describe Roe vs. Wade as a settled precedent. Under grilling from Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), he also refused to distance himself from his 1985 opinion stating that women do not have a constitutional right to an abortion.

"The evidence is clear that Judge Alito opposes the constitutional right for a woman to choose an abortion, and were he to be confirmed, I would really be concerned about the future of Roe [vs. Wade] and the future of access, particularly for poor women," Malin said.

The Center for Reproductive Rights, an abortion-rights advocacy group, estimates that if Roe vs. Wade were overturned, abortions would likely be banned in 21 states, with the procedure at "medium risk" of being prohibited in another nine states.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

What would Dr. King say?

By Joseph Farah

© 2006 WorldNetDaily.com

What is the leading cause of death among blacks in America today?

Is it gang murders?

Is it AIDS?



Sickle-cell anemia?

Heart disease?

Auto accidents?


Guess again.

In fact, if you combined all of these plagues together – and every other cause among the black population – they would not represent even half of the total number of abortions of unborn black babies in America.

That's right, abortion is the leading cause of death among blacks in America and twice as many unborn black babies are killed than by all other causes of death combined.

With all of the hand-wringing that goes on every year around Martin Luther King's birthday about the state of the black community in America, this may be the most overlooked statistic of all.

About 1,452 black babies are killed every day in America. Black women "choose" to have 32 percent of abortions that take place in the country, despite representing only 12 percent of the population. According to the Centers for Disease Control, "the abortion rate for black women was 3.1 times the rate for white women."

As Kelly Hollowell points out in her critically important new book, "Struggling For Life: How Your Tax Dollars and Twisted Science Target the Unborn," without abortion, America's black community would be 35 percent larger than it is today. It would represent a total population of 41 million. In total, every fourth member of the U.S. black population has been eliminated by abortion.

If this were happening in some other country, Americans might be able to see the phenomenon for what it truly is – genocide.

We might also be able to see that this is no accident.

The very same forces that have promoted this horrific policy from the start – as a means of lowering the black population – showed their cards long ago about their true intentions.

Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion company in America and throughout the world, was candid about her aims by the time she opened her first clinic in the 1920s:

[If] we can train the Negro doctor at the clinic, he can go among them with enthusiasm and with knowledge, which, I believe, will have far-reaching results ... His work, in my opinion, should be entirely with the Negro profession and the nurses, hospitals, social workers, as well as the country's white doctors. His success will depend upon his personality and his training by us.

The minister's work is also important, and also he should be trained, perhaps by the federation, as to our ideals and the goal that we hope to reach. We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs.

The fact that this non-profit company, Planned Parenthood, today receives hundreds of millions of dollars from the U.S. federal government – more today, under Republican leadership in the Congress and White House, than ever before – should be at least as troubling to blacks as it is to the pro-life community that wants to end the massive, subsidized killing through abortion for everyone.

As Hollowell puts it so effectively in her new book:

Imagine a country that forced its citizens to fund an organization which, by itself, was the third leading cause of death in that nation. In addition to operating an industry of death, imagine that this organization targeted communities based on race, fought tooth and nail to undermine parental rights and exposed teens to the most debauched forms of sexual perversion imaginable.

"Well, that is no imaginary nation," she writes. "In fact, you are living in it, if you call America your home."

As the nation marks the birthday of Martin Luther King this week, I began to wonder what he might think of such a development had he lived to see it.

Would he be part of the problem, like so many of his followers, including Jesse Jackson?

Would he condone the extermination of 25 percent of his community?

Would he accept the massive taxpayer funding of the machine that makes it all possible?

What would Dr. King say?

Get your copy of Kelly Hollowell's eye-opening new book, "Struggling for Life: How our Tax Dollars and Twisted Science Target the Unborn."

Joseph Farah is founder, editor and CEO of WND and a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Having met with Pastors Conn and Ware, I am currently persuaded that
Buddy does not support starving the disabled and was not aware
of the parent's decision to end Dylan's life, as the story implied.

In attempting to get clarification from Kevin Simpson, he
said he stands by his story.

I look forward to a complete repudiation of the notion
that the role of "faith" encouraged the family in their determination
that it was appropriate to starve Dylan for 24 days, unto death.

Leslie Hanks
V.P. Colorado Right to Life

Monday, January 09, 2006

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Leslie Hanks
January 9, 2006

“ Abortion is always Wrong!”

Brian and Lisa Rohrbough were invited to speak at the 4th annual
Neonatal Medical Ethics Conference, held on March 13, 2005 at Memorial
Hospital in Colorado Springs. In attendance were doctors, nurses, and
professors from around the state and the country. This conference took
just days after the court ordered starvation of Terri Schiavo. Find out why
Brian was invited and hear his insightful perspective at the Colorado Right
to Life March for Life on January 21, 2006.

“Throughout history, any country that has refused to protect its
people, especially
the most vulnerable – the weak, the sick, the innocent, the children – have
collapsed. In the United States, we accept the murder of children through
abortion. Abortion is promoted in our schools, in our government, and
sadly sometimes
in our churches. This teaches children that life isn’t valuable and now
many believe
they can and should murder their classmates. The Columbine murderers
stated this in
their basement videos.” Brian Rohrbough.

January 21, 2006
Colorado State Capitol
1:30 P.M.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006