Monday, December 29, 2008


Brian Rohrbough 'Institute On The Constitution's' Speaker on January 9 in 'First Friday' Lecture
Contact: John Lofton, Institute On The Constitution, 410-760-8885,

MEDIA ADVISORY, Dec. 29 /Christian Newswire/ -- Brian Rohrbough, President of the Colorado-based "American Right to Life," will speak in Pasadena, Maryland, on January 9, 2009, at 7 pm, at an event sponsored by "Institute On The Constitution." The title of Brian's talk is: "The Pro-Life Industry Vs. The Pro-Life Ministry - Strategy Vs. Morality." As with past lectures, this one will be held at 8028 Ritchie Highway, Suite 315, Pasadena, Maryland 21122. Doors open at 6:30 PM; the lecture will begin promptly at 7:00 PM. The event is free but because of limited space please RSVP to 866-730-9796. Refreshments will be provided.

Brian became active in the pro-life movement after his son Daniel was murdered at Columbine High School. Through his unrelenting years of investigation, he found an undeniable link between Columbine and our "culture of death" - a culture which has its roots in the secular humanist teachings of Darwinism promoted by our Godless, government-run education system. When "survival of the fittest" and "natural selection" became the official policy of our government, Brian says, the legalized murder of innocent children through abortion became acceptable in the eyes of man.

"American Right to Life" is a no-compromise, no-exceptions organization dedicated to ending abortion by recognizing the God given right to life and establishing the personhood of every human being beginning at the very moment that biological life begins. "A.R.L." opposes every "pro-life" initiative or legislation that compromises God's enduring command "Do Not Murder". If a law ends with "and then you can kill the baby" it is a bad law, Brian says.

The "Institute on the Constitution (IOTC)" is an educational effort sponsored by the Law Office of Peroutka and Peroutka of Pasadena, Maryland. It is neither an instrument of, nor an advocate for, any particular political party. Rather, it advocates the restoration of our Constitutional Republic by offering classes, lectures, and products designed to re-acquaint the American people with our history, our heritage, and our Constitution, which is the very foundation of our Republic. You will not find smoke, mirrors, or political correctness filters at our presentations. Just real American history, the way it was, the way it ought to be taught.

If you are too busy to commit to personally attending the 12 week IOTC basic course on the Constitution, you can now take this course at your leisure in the comfort of your own home! You can take the same videos and take the same tests on your home computer for the same price as the student notebook. Log onto to sign up to take this course. If you wish to host the course after completing the online course, call the IOTC office (1-866-730-9796.) for a $30 discount towards the purchase of your own host kit.

Contact: To schedule an interview with Brian Rohrbough, call John Lofton at 410-760-8885 or email him at

Brian Rohrbough on CBS Free Speech Minute:

Wednesday, December 24, 2008


My home sweet home on the snowy plains of Colorado never looks like this but I sure
get a grin on my face when this Christmas Light display to the tune of Amazing Grace begins.

Grand daughters must have that light thing gene going too, as their ooohs and ahhs
and laughter and squeals reveal.

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night . . .

Tuesday, December 23, 2008


Monday December 22, 2008
Caroline Kennedy Comes out with Anti-Family, Anti-Life Beliefs
By Kathleen Gilbert

NEW YORK, December 22, 2008 ( - Caroline Kennedy has gone public with her stance on the issues in response to a wave of media inquiries after Kennedy, virtually unknown in the political world, announced her interest in the New York senate seat Hillary Clinton will leave open when she becomes Secretary of State.

As was widely suspected, Kennedy emerged as firmly entrenched in favor of abortion and same-sex "marriage" in keeping with a strongly left-of center persona.

In email responses to questions from the New York Times, Kennedy's spokesman Stefan Friedman described her as supporting "full equality and marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples."

Answering the question "Would she oppose legislation that would require minors to notify a parent before obtaining an abortion?" came the response: "Caroline believes that young women facing unwanted pregnancies should have the advice of caring adults, but this should not be required by law."

On the question of late-term abortions, Kennedy was said to "support Roe v. Wade, which prohibits third-trimester abortions except when the life or health of the mother is at risk."

Kennedy told the Buffalo News that she opposes the death penalty.

A Roman Catholic, Kennedy has no public service record and largely avoided the spotlight until she joined Barack Obama's pre-election team earlier this year, and has since consistently expressed a very high opinion of the President-elect and his policies.

NARAL of New York were pleased with the possibility that Kennedy would replace Clinton, saying she was "someone who could take up the mantle that Hillary has sort of started in terms of commitment to reproductive health care."

See related coverage:

Pro-Abortion Catholic Caroline Kennedy Seeking Hillary Clinton's Senate Seat

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Saturday, December 13, 2008


in this classic holiday cartoon that couldn't be made today.

Monday, December 08, 2008

President of Woman's Campaign Forum
ONE OF 8 WOMEN TO WATCH - 100 most
powerful women.


This Youtube video of a recent Bob Enyart Live radio interview with this "up and coming" pro-abort woman is staggering in how many mental gymnastics Ilana Goldman is willing to do to avoid addressing the fundamental question, "What is it"? that she advocates killing or, "Is it living"?

"The definition of life - questions people reasonably struggle with."

Can't these people dust off an embryology book once in a while??

"What is it, isn't the right question . . . ."

"What's your game here?"

Thanks BEL for exposing another Emperor has No Clothes "super
hero" our sick culture proposes young women should admire!

Sunday, December 07, 2008

Like a Dog . . .


Assisted suicide ruled 'a patient's right'

'We put animals out of their misery; we can do it for human beings'

Posted: December 06, 2008
11:45 pm Eastern

By Drew Zahn
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

A state district court judge ruled yesterday that patients have a right to doctor-assisted suicide.

Montana's First District Court Judge Dorothy McCarter, the Associated Press reports, declared in the case of Baxter et al. v. Montana that mentally competent, terminally ill Montanans may self-administer life-ending medication and that doctors who prescribe such medications need not fear criminal prosecution.

Robert Baxter, 75, a retired truck driver from Billings who suffers from lymphocytic leukemia, filed the lawsuit along with four physicians in the state's district court system on Nov. 1, 2007. They were aided in the case by the assisted suicide advocacy group Compassion & Choices, formerly known as the Hemlock Society.

"It's always been a very important thing with me," says Baxter in Compassion & Choices Magazine. "I've just watched people suffer so badly when they died, and it goes on every day. You can just see it in their eyes: 'Why am I having to go through this terrible part of my life, when we do it for animals? We put them out of their misery.'

"I just feel if we can do it for animals," Baxter said, "we can do it for human beings."

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Friday, December 05, 2008


The indomitable Lila Rose, UCLA student
sleuth, is at it again and nails it with
Bill O'Reilly.

Colorado Right to Life brought similar evidence
to Colorado AG, John Suthers' office in 2006
but were told that "nothing can be done."

Justice will prevail when citizens boldly confront evil, as Miss Rose is consistently doing.

If you care about Colorado's under age girls, let John Suthers' office know that you are disgusted with his dereliction of duty.

Hat tip:

Wednesday, December 03, 2008


Mom to 4 U.S. citizens ordered to forced sterilization
10th Circuit ruling sends woman on path to Chinese fines, jail

Posted: December 02, 2008
10:46 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

Xiu Mei Wei
DENVER – A Chinese citizen who has lived in the U.S. for a decade, spending much of that time seeking asylum because of government plans in her homeland to forcibly sterilize her on her return, is being ordered to that fate by a ruling from the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.

The court said it was rejecting the appeal of Xiu Mei Wei [pronounced Shoe May Way] for asylum even though previous court rulings have found a "'person who has a well founded fear that … she will be forced to undergo' an abortion or sterilization 'shall be deemed to have a well founded fear of persecution on account of political opinion.'"

Wei, speaking to WND through an interpreter today, said she faces an impossible future: returning to China for a forced sterilization and bringing with her the four children she's borne in the U.S. to a future of no schooling and no jobs.

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Tuesday, December 02, 2008


In the summer of 1994 The Golden Venture brought many women escaping the "One-Child" policy of communist China. The Clinton administration rejected requests for asylum for those escaping the draconian measures China takes including forced abortion, sterilization and harsh fines.

Fast forward to the story of Shiu Yon Zhou
who lingered for 5 years in an immigration facility until Christians went to bat for her and facilitated her release. Stealing 5 years from a woman for trying to escape her tyrannical government as they tried to kill her unborn child - how unjust!

Now another Chinese woman is facing deportation for her "crime" of exceeding her allotted 1 child her evil government allows. Xiu Mei Wei, is seeking prayers, mercy and kindness as she asks the Tenth Circuit Court for a review of her petition to avoid forced sterilization, should she be forced to return to China.

With the leniency we show to people south of the border, why are we so willing to send other immigrants with compliance issues back to certain persecution?

Prayers for a just resolution to Xiu's pressing dilemma!

Neither she, nor her 4 children should be forced to face a government willing to destroy her fertility, possibly incarcerate a mother of young children and oppress her family for criticizing their evil policies.

At the very least, will we ask our elected officials why such a brutal regime deserves Most Favored Nation status?