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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Why This Pro-Life Group Is Sending ‘Love Letters’ to Abortion Clinic Workers

Photo: Shutterstock

By Kate Scanlon

A pro-life group has announced that they will encourage workers in the abortion industry to leave their jobs by writing them love letters.

Pro-life activists and volunteers with the “Love One Out, Love Won Out” campaign launched by And Then There Were None will send flowers and love letters to abortion clinic employees that read, “We love you, and you are too good to be working in an abortion clinic. We love you enough to help you quit. Healing is possible.”

And Then There Were None provides financial and emotional support to individuals who leave their jobs in the abortion industry.

Abby Johnson, founder and president of And Then There Were None, said that love is the key to getting abortion clinic workers to leave the industry.

“As a former abortion clinic worker, I remember wanting to leave the industry but wondered how it would be perceived,” Johnson said. “Would someone love me enough to help me get out? I knew that I deserved better, and when I left the abortion industry, I wanted to help other workers leave as well, which is why I started ATTWN.”

Story continues: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/02/08/

Monday, February 8, 2016

Doritos Super Bowl 50 Commercial 2016 - A Poem by Tom Graffagnino

Editor's Note: The following is a poem by pro-life advocate Tom Graffagnino in response to the uproar of the Doritos Super Bowl commercial. (The commercial is included below).  
I would suggest we write to Doritos to let them know how much we love their commercial (you can be sure that the pro-aborts will be writing as well). You can send them an e-mail by using this link.
[You couldn't make this stuff up if you tried...]
Look, how DARE you show that "baby"!
Have you lost your mind, my friend?
What a tissue massive error...
You'll be sorry, for your sin!

Making babies look like babies
Is no laughing matter, dude!
Humanizing tissue masses
Is a crime....No, worse!....It's RUDE!

Look, those entities aren't "human"
(They're much more like chips or dip!)
You'll be hearing from our lawyers...
You WILL FEEL our legal whip.

You’re INDECENT!....You’re INHUMAN!
You should really be ASHAMED!…
Making profits off dead Cell-Clumps
Is a practice we disdain!

We're The Mad One's that you've heard of...
We, The Joyless, WILL BE heard!
And we WILL NOT be deterred!

You can view the commercial below


Purdue Staff Member Calls Pro-life Students ‘Vile, Racist Idiots’

Members of Students for Life are facing aggressive backlash at Purdue
 after distributing pro-life flyers on campus


by Anthony Gockowski
Investigative Reporter, Campus Reform
Purdue University 

Members of a Students for Life group at Purdue University are facing an aggressive backlash on campus for distributing pro-life flyers and chalking “all lives matter” on sidewalks.

The group, known as “Purdue Students for Life,” created flyers containing the slogan “hands up, don’t abort,” appropriating the rhetoric of the “Black Lives Matter” movement, which regularly chants the phrase “hands up, don’t shoot” during protests in honor of Michael Brown, who allegedly had his hands up when he was shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo.

“Black children are an endangered race,” the flyer also stated.

Purdue Students for Life told Campus Reform the purpose of the flyer was to show that Planned Parenthood clinics are disproportionately built in dominantly black neighborhoods.

“The goal of doing this is really to bring to light…how specifically the African-American community, minorities in general, are being targeted by Planned Parenthood and being exploited in the name of empowering women,” group member Kevin Lasher told The Indianapolis Star.

This Pastor gets to the Root of the Problem with NARAL Super Bowl Tweets

From Pennsylvania Family Institute

Last night, millions of Americans sat with friends and family to enjoy watching the Super Bowl and to laugh at commercials. One pro-choice political group used a few of the commercials to complain and convey its perspective on babies and abortion:

It’s bewildering to see anger behind humanizing a human being, yet it makes perfect sense when we are reminded about the worldview of many who defend abortion. David Platt, at the Evangelicals for Life conference in D.C., the day before the March for Life, gave this reminder:

Use this link to continue reading article and to Watch David Platt’s full 30-minute sermon

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

NARAL Pro-Choice America Slams Super Bowl Commercial for Using ‘Anti-Choice Tactic’

Image source: YouTube

By Dave Urbanski

NARAL Pro-Choice America isn’t too fond of one Super Bowl 50 commercial.

And from Doritos, no less.

The humorous clip showed a pregnant woman getting an ultrasound of her “beautiful baby” — while Dad munched on Doritos chips.

“Really? You’re eating Doritos?” the now-annoyed mother said to him.Soon the unborn child on the ultrasound screen was sensing when the chuckling father waved a Doritos chip near Mom’s belly — and the baby instinctively reached for it in the womb.

More peeved than ever, she grabbed a chip and tossed it in the direction of her feet.

Bad idea.The child had only one place to go, presumably setting a birth in motion (as everyone in the room started to scream).

But NARAL Pro-Choice America cried foul, saying the commercial used an “antichoice tactic by humanizing fetuses.” Here’s the group’s entire protesting tweet:

#NotBuyingIt – that @Doritos ad using #antichoice tactic of humanizing fetuses & sexist tropes of dads as clueless & moms as uptight. #SB50 — NARAL (@NARAL) February 8, 2016

View Super Bowl Commercial:  http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/02/07/