Wednesday, November 28, 2007

How Planned Parenthood traps your kids
in their immoral life style to guarantee
they'll be future PP clients!

It’s Perfectly Inappropriate
WASHINGTON, D.C. – “How can anyone claim that this book is appropriate for 10 year olds?” asked Jim Sedlak, vice-president for American Life League. “First, pixilated images and excerpts of the book were rejected by a state prison, and now video-streaming sites are censoring the content of a video containing those pixilated images as well.”

Sedlak was referring to the Planned Parenthood endorsed book, It’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie Harris. A few months ago, a Washington State Prison rejected a letter that included censored images from the book for being “sexually explicit” and “obscene.” Last week American Life League posted a video report on several streaming-video sites exposing the content of the book, which is aimed at 10 year old children. The video report was removed from,, and for “inappropriate content,” and flagged on for viewers over 18.

“What an irony that censored content from a book intended for 10-year-old children is rejected by a prison, removed from video-streaming sites, and flagged for viewers over the age of 18,” said Sedlak. “We actually have no objection to the actions of the online sites and the prison. We agree that this is not appropriate content.”

“We are calling for libraries, schools and parents all across the country to take similar action,” Sedlak concluded, “Planned Parenthood should be denied access to our children at all times. The material it promotes is totally inappropriate and could be harmful.”

American Life League’s video report can be viewed here:

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


Recent media headlines:

"No-Holds-Barred Abortion Battle"
"Colorado Supreme Court Gives Green Light to Restore Personhood to the Unborn"
"Should Fertilized Eggs Have Rights?"

Colorado Personhood Initiative
Get on Board!!


Call Colorado for Equal Rights to get your petition:


Monday, November 19, 2007


A basic biology refresher:

23 + 23 = 46 chromosomes

As Professor Dianne Irving points out (in the paper, "When Do Human Beings Begin?")

"The use of terms such as 'ovum' and 'egg' - which would include the term 'fertilized egg' - is scientifically incorrect, has no objective correlate in reality, and is therefore very misleading. These terms themselves would qualify as 'scientific myths.' The commonly used term, 'fertilized egg', is especially very misleading, since there is really no longer an egg (or oocyte) once fertilization has begun. A 'fertilized egg' is a human being...

Thank you Professor Irving!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Unborn to be defined as 'persons'?
Colorado proposal would use loophole Blackmun created in 'Roe'
Posted: November 14, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2007

Pro-life activists in Colorado have cleared a major hurdle in preparing an initiative for the 2008 election that would grant personhood to the unborn and create a possible confrontation to the 1973 Roe vs. Wade ruling that created abortion rights.

The state Supreme Court has granted permission for supporters of Colorado for Equal Rights to move forward with collecting the estimated 76,000 signatures needed to put the issue on the state election ballot.

It would grant personhood to the unborn from the moment of fertilization, meaning state and local laws protecting any individual life would be applied to the unborn. It targets a loophole U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun created when he wrote the original abortion opinion.

He concluded: "(If the) suggestion of personhood [of the preborn] is established, the [abortion rights] case, of course, collapses, for the fetus' right to life is then guaranteed specifically by the [14th] Amendment."

Several other states also are pursuing the same arguments, either through legislative efforts or, such as in the cases of Georgia and Colorado, through a process that would allow citizens to move forward with protections for the unborn.

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Officials told WND the Colorado initiative would amend the state constitution in three places to redefine the term "person" to include those who are yet unborn.

The newest ruling from the state Supreme Court concluded the petition is a single-subject issue, as the state Title Board earlier had determined.

"We fully expected this positive decision from the Colorado Supreme Court. We are pleased that they supported the Title Board's previous decisions. Plans to begin our petition drive are under way," Kristi Burton, a spokeswoman for Colorado for Equal Rights, said.

Leslie Hanks, a longtime activist in the pro-life movement in Colorado, said the affirmation that all "persons" have certain natural, essential and inalienable rights including the right to life is exactly what the nation's founders had in mind when they established the United States.

"Colorado, which regrettably was in the forefront of the movement to deny the right to life to millions of the unborn, has now taken the first step to restore the right to life to all Americans, regardless of age, dependency, national origin or condition," said John Archibold, a founder of Colorado Right to Life as well as National Right to Life.

Former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm, while a state lawmaker, wrote the nation's first law allowing abortion, and it took effect after the Roe decision was announced.

Burton said while the requirement is for about 76,000 signatures to place the issue on the ballot, she expects organizers will collect in the range of 100,000.

"It has a really good chance. What we're doing is defining life, at the moment of fertilization that is a human being, that is a person," she said.

"Our whole goal is to protect human life in general, at whatever age," she said. "I don't believe that approach has ever been tried in Colorado before."

She said the issue, if approved by voters, could establish what eventually would be a direct challenge to Roe vs. Wade, but she said she expects the influence of the abortion industry to be felt during the campaign.

"I don't see there's much they can do about collecting signatures," she said. "But once we get those collected and it's on the ballot, we'll see the opposition."

The personhood arguments, which have been around for some time, started gaining momentum after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this year that the barbaric procedure known as partial-birth abortion can be restricted.

Groups including Focus on the Family noted it was the first court opinion in years that actually supported abortion restrictions and said it was a moral victory, while others including the America Life League countered that the court ruling actually would not prohibit a single abortion, just a way of doing them.

Dan Becker, spokesman for the Georgia Right to Life, which also is working on a state constitutional amendment that would declare that an unborn child is a person from the moment of fertilization, said the concept of personhood pointed out by Blackmun shows Roe. vs. Wade is living on borrowed time.

Robert Muise, of the Thomas More Law Center, has argued the Georgia amendment, like Colorado's, recognizes the "inviolable right of every innocent human being to life" as well as defining "person" as applying to all human beings, irrespective of age, "including … unborn offspring at every state of their biological development, including fertilization."

"It is important to bear in mind that the proposal establishes a constitutional principle; it does not enact criminal or civil legislation. And it establishes a constitutional principle that provides a direct challenge to the fundamental holding of Roe v. Wade," he wrote. "Without a direct challenge to Roe, any proposal to protect innocent human life from abortion is utterly meaningless."

He said for 30 years pro-life activists have "shied away" from a direct challenge to Roe, choosing an approach that advocates for victory one step at a time.

"After these 30-plus years, we still have Roe and abortion-on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy. The proposed constitutional amendment seeks to change that. Consequently, this proposal is not for the faint of heart. It is for those who are committed to changing the status quo and who have the will to see it through," he said.

Roe determined that "the unborn is not a person within the meaning of the law," he said, and that can be its downfall.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Don't Build It, and They Won't Come
by Jamie S.

A desolate building, an abandoned old lot,
with a third-world appearance. Far a way? Sadly not.
Denver's neighborhood north, fifty churches nearby,
the doctors are coming with the same tired, old lie.

They're building a bunker, a new killing base,
to propagate violence, case after case,
disseminate ignorant "facts" about sex,
and plenty of condoms and who knows what's next?

So, keep the doors shut, and slow the construction,
and tell all the neighborhood, make a commotion,
say killing a helpless young child is pure evil
and shout out the question from high on a steeple.

Who'll stand in the gap? Who'll stand against hate,
when there's no end in sight, and they will not abate.
As the enemy comes with fresh troops and blades,
as dark and perverted as gay pride parades.

If they can't even build it, then no one will come,
though the other near death camps will still murder some.
And their slick politician friends send them more dough,
just as Susan G. Komen can never say no.

So, stop the foundation, and chain the doors closed,
and stand in the roadway till everyone knows
that killing a helpless young child is a crime
and abortion is wrong any place, any time.

At a desolate building, an abandoned old lot,
with a third-world appearance. Far a way? Sadly not.
As mothers bake cookies and kids play nearby,
unaware of impending infanticide's cry.

Wednesday, November 07, 2007


"I contacted United as you suggested about the Planned Parenthood deception - and there was great concern at Customer Relations through several thickly accented employees (must have been in India) - up through supervisors - until I reached an American woman - then there was a total absence of concern - for the use of the building in United's name, the death of children, or my statement indicating no more United but Southwest from now on."

Saturday, November 03, 2007



Please contact:

General Manager for Customer Relations for United Airlines
Pamela A. Coslet
United Customer Relations # is
Mon - Fri 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. CST

Let them know that you are appalled they have
been named as the applicant for America’s
largest abortion clinic.

Please call Haynes Mechanical Systems and
let them know you are thrilled that they have decided
to with draw from building this evil death camp!

Ellen Makkai explores popular culture using the Bible as her primary navigational tool. Today, as for all time, Biblical truth will pierce even the darkest corner.

"The unfolding of Thy words gives light, it gives understanding to the simple." Psalm 119:130

Open season on young souls (Like it? Pass it along!)

Children are once again pinned to the cultural dart board as Lucifer targets their souls. Hollywood remains the satanic toady of choice with the latest weapon being “The Golden Compass,” a polished and clever bit of celluloid starring the fetching Nicole Kidman. It is due out just in time to insult both Hanukkah and Christmas.

Concerns arise at the stealth nature of the movie, a dumbed-down version of book-one in “His Dark Materials,” the award-winning British trilogy for children by atheist Phillip Pullman who said in 2003, “My books are about killing God.” He purposes that youngsters “decide against God and the kingdom of heaven.”

“The film is based on the least offensive of the three books…the producers are watering down the most despicable elements.” says William Donohue, President of the Catholic League. “The fact remains that the movie is bait for the books.”

Odds are that Tinsel-town buzz will propel kids to the movie; they will love it and beg for the books in which Christianity is labeled “a powerful and convincing mistake.” The legitimate fear is that children’s righteous trajectory and fledgling faith, which innately gravitate toward belief, will be compromised - even axed.

What’s a devout parent to do?

E-mails already circumnavigate the globe alerting families to this latest soul assault. Some theologians are calling for a boycott which is every marketer’s dream, a surefire revenue booster as the forbidden-fruit dynamic kicks in.

Families must shun obvious anti-God maliciousness, but efforts on behalf of children should focus more on “prepare and equip” than on “protect.” We can’t shield our tykes from every pedagogue and playmate used by Apollyon in his ongoing campaign to dethrone God.

Scripture exhorts us that all hell will incrementally break loose until it becomes a deluge but El Shaddai never called us to raise kids as cloistered hot-house flowers. Rather, they are to be trained as stout defenders of truth and opponents of blasphemy – an achievable goal when families work in tandem with the Holy Spirit.

Pivotal in children’s spiritual schooling is an intimate relationship with God. If we are to offset the no-God lie, kids need to know God - not in theory but in reality.

A recent Associated Press/MTV poll among 13-24 year-olds reinforced the obvious fact that dedicated parents outpace peers, school and media in terms of influence. So it follows that folks who honor God in worship, attitude, word and behavior model Him before their children.

Prayer is another vehicle by which God makes Himself known. Praying children are soon immune to the suggestio falsi that heaven doesn’t hear.

God also speaks from the Bible. It is a user-friendly, divinely inspired manual that should be every child’s primary text. Scripture is replete with time-tested directives for abundant life coupled with warnings against reckless folly. Included is the history of exemplary lives and calamitous rebels. The Bible is an analytical study of ignorance, defeat, rescue and triumph. It strengthens the young and the old, wise or simple.

And with a little practice, kids discover power in the name of Jesus.

Almost three decades back, a night terror announced its presence via the screams of our very small daughter. “Jesus, Jesus,” was her quivering response, followed by silence then sleep. Late the next night, a barely-audible refrain of “Jesus loves me, this I know” alerted us that she was again enlisting the Almighty in her mini spiritual skirmish. Soon the spook, real or imagined, abandoned her bedroom.

To survive this increasingly perverse and recalcitrant culture, only children raised in the nurture and admonition of the Lord will thrive. And in years hence, when a sour, ignorant soul or institution says, “There is no God,” more than one such child of God will enthusiastically reply, “Oh, but you’re wrong, He lives. I know him personally. Let me introduce you.”

Bible Byte: “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe to stumble, it would be better for him if, with a heavy millstone hung around his neck, he had been cast into the sea ." Mark 9:42