Monthly Archives: February 2010

The Center For Bio-Ethical Reform Condemns Randall Terry’s Support For Violence Against Abortion Providers

PRESS RELEASE THE CENTER-FOR-BIO-ETHICAL REFORM February 1, 2010 PO Box 219, Lake Forest, CA 92609, www.aboritonNO.org, cbr@cbrinfo.org 949-206-0600 THE CENTER FOR BIO-ETHICAL REFORM CONDEMNS RANDALL TERRY’S SUPPORT FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST ABORTION PROVIDERS The Center For Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) today condemned Randall Terry’s support for violence against abortion providers. CBR also applauded the conviction of Scott Roeder for the murder of abortionist George Tiller and condemned the abortion industry for slaughtering children on a scale which dwarfs every atrocity in all of human history. The Associated Press reported a story on January 31, 2010 headlined “Conviction angers anti-abortion militants” which quotes

Posted in News, Press Release, Prolife Activism, Violence

Is CBR’s Use of Graphic Pictures “Sensationalism”?

From: Joe Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:06 PM To: Gregg Cunningham Subject: I’m @ USF Dear AbortionNo.org Representatives. I’m a mature man with two grown children. I consider myself moderate politically, am a Catholic with an interest in Buddhism, and am proud that I’ve been a flower child and hippie during all of my sixty years. I’m just 100 feet away from the signage and representatives at USF. I didn’t bother to listen or get involved at all, and I wouldn’t anyway. What I feel is that although the graphics displayed are real, I feel their purpose is for sensationalism. As a writer

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Youtube Hypocrisy

There is a heavy blindedness that infuses itself unto our world which diverts many from accepting whatever God in His scripture says is “holy”, or set apart.  This same demonic influence has led a great number of people to highly doubt whatever God explains as being right, as the world’s trend these days has increasingly been to hail the idea of “relativism”.  Those who aspouse this theory basically believe that all virtue is relative to the contemplator of it,  giving that person the right to choose whatever his concience deems to be acceptable in that moment.   How anyone can believe that rhetoric

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