Monthly Archives: August 2009

Polarize or Die

Thanks for the encouragement Lila.  I am thankful that you continue to move in the right direction strategically.  I response to your question, these people are quintessentially typical of the pro-life movement; nice, well-intentioned people who think they have to be popular to be effective.  The fatal flaw in their tactic is that they rely for their very existence upon the good will of pro-abortion campus newspaper editors.  If they tick off the editors, they won’t run the pro-life tabloid insert.  When you give rights of censorship to people who hate you, your project gets designed around what your adversaries will tolerate, not what

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Mentally Ill? Us?

Dear Mr. U,   Thank you for taking the time to read our press release and comment. Because you do not cite a single specific example to substantiate your claim that we are misrepresenting ObamaCare, I can only assume that you did not read the essay ( described in the press release. Every representation we make in the essay (no, it isn’t a parable) is documented with detailed quotes which we reference with cites to the original sources. Much of the essay analyzes direct quotes from Mr. Obama and his senior officials. Impugning our mental health is no substitute for a reasoned dialogue, Mr. Uicker. Even

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“…We Didn’t Terminate Because He’s Our Son”

Dear Friends, This is what Tiller’s patients should have been shown.  It is an outrage that Dallas Morning News called it “Choosing Thomas,” as though a child is something to objectify and choose or reject at will.  This short video is the heart of God where these little ones are concerned.  It goes to the heart of why we do what we do.

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Tennessee abortion clinic reneges on expansion

More news on the success in Knoxville: Tennessee abortion clinic reneges on expansion

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The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) Southeast Region is pleased to report that the relocation and expansion of Planned Parenthood’s (PP’s) proposed abortion business in Knoxville have been cancelled.   This victory was made possible by the combined efforts of the Pro-Life Coalition of East Tennessee (ProCET), along with the various pro-life agencies and people that pulled together to make ProCET work. Special recognition to Tennessee Right to Life, the Diocese of Knoxville, several area Baptist churches, and area crisis pregnancy centers, just to name a few, for their roles in this collaborative effort. ….To read the rest of the

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how much longer will we remain silent?

I will use my life to save theirs…