February 2, 2012
Condoms Hurled at Rhode Island Schoolgirls
The lack of class shown by the “occupiers” has taken many forms — property damage, drug use, even rape and suspicious death — but one can’t help but still be surprised at the crass actions taken by this protest group against a group of Catholic schoolgirls attending a pro-life rally in Rhode Island. According to the pro-life group’s organizer, the protesters chanted, shouted and blew whistles to keep a priest from offering his prayer for the group. But what culminated this clearly over-the-top demonstration was the throwing of condoms at the Catholic schoolgirls attending the pro-life rally. Read the whole story here.
What possible connection could pro-life and Wall Street (the “occupiers’ original target”) possibly have? Clearly, the occupiers are an out-of-control left-leaning group who have no sense of decency nor any concept of moral or economic principles.
We did it! After years of protests and criticism from pro-life advocates, Susan G. Komen for the Cure has announced it is halting further grants and donations to Planned Parenthood according to LifeNews.com. RNC for Life, Students for Life and many other pro-family, pro-life organizations have been calling for this funding to stop for years, and apparently, given the on-going Congressional investigation into Planned Parenthood’s many illegal actions as well as the ongoing pressure from pro-lifers, Komen decided to discontinue diverting to Planned Parenthood its donations which were given for breast cancer research.
Thanks to all prolife advocates who have stopped donating to Komen and spread the word about their support of Planned Parenthood. Your efforts have paid off! Other good information is provided here.
More screams about Komen here.
Another former Iowa Planned Parenthood clinic manager reveals how PP required the Iowa clinic to provide “telemed” abortions in which an abortion doctor from a remote location simply presses a button, opening a remote drawer containing the dangerous abortion pill, after only a brief teleconference call with the woman. The abortion giant finds that the low overhead involved in the telemed abortions is a boost to its bottom line.
In a Washington Times article, Sue Thayer explains that, “Telemed abortion doesn’t only result in the death of an unborn child; it strips women of their dignity by denying them the courtesy of an in-person visit from a doctor concerned for their health and well-being. It risks their lives by sending them away with no support and a drug that has led to massive bleeding and hemorrhaging, infection and even death.”
She notes that Planned Parenthood “. . . is about making money. And abortion is its moneymaker. Telemed abortion is its mega moneymaker.” Read her full article here.
Do you love to watch the Super Bowl but are tired of the meaningless hoopla and over-the-top commercials during half time? Are you having friends over to watch the big game? The Adoption Journey Project has a free three-minute video featuring Super Bowl winning coach Tony Dungy and his wife Lauren who will make a heart-felt appeal to raise awareness about the current orphan crisis and need for adoption, according to Christian Newswire.
“The big win on Super Sunday would be to raise awareness about the millions of children who need a family. I would love to see thousands of local community groups and circles of friends gathering together to stop and consider how they can help,” said Dungy, the winning head coach of the 2007 Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts.
The free Halftime Video Kit is available online and includes the 3-minute video featuring Coach Tony Dungy and wife Lauren, plus a printable guide for introducing the video and starting conversations about Tony & Lauren’s message. Instructions for downloading the video with multiple ways to play it on the television are also included.
Additional resources are being published on AdoptionJourney.org for couples and families about adoption such as FAQs by peer couples that have already gone through adoption, webcasts, and ongoing content publishing featuring families and leaders involved with adoption initiatives.