Peaceful Vigil in Columbia

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If you follow me on Twitter, you are aware that I spent a little bit of time at Planned Parenthood in Columbia this Thursday with several of our 40 Days for Life participants. At this particular PP, abortions are scheduled every Thursday afternoon while the clinic is “closed” for regular business. The doors are locked and guarded by a police … Read More

Taking a Stand for Truth and Life

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When the defense of truth is at stake, how can one desire neither to displease God nor to clash with one’s surroundings? These two things are opposed: it is either one or the other! The sacrifice has to be a holocaust where everything is burned up, even the thought: “what will they say?”, even what we call our reputation. ~St. … Read More

I Will Be a Voice…Will You?

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As I mentioned yesterday, the longer the right to Life is excluded from American politics, the closer we come to losing our other rights and liberties. So far over 50 MILLION unborn children have been legally killed in our country – how much more blood needs to be shed before we finally say, ENOUGH?! In this Susan B. Anthony List … Read More

Thine Eyes

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Thine Eyes is the first-ever pro-life documentary on the annual Washington DC March for Life. The high-definition film was shot on location by a six-camera crew to share the spirit of the January 22nd event, which marks the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision to override state abortion laws and mourns the more than 50 million unborn Americans who … Read More

“If They Persecuted Me, They Will Also Persecute You”

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This is a very disturbing video, but a sobering reminder of what pro-lifers can and often will face as we stand up for the truth (H/T) (warning: very filthy language, use of the “N” word) The man being attacked in this video has filed a hate crimes lawsuit against his attacker. Bigotry against Christians and Christianity in general seems to … Read More

MO Pro-Life Action Day Next Week!

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Every year pro-life Missourians from across the state gather at the state capitol for a pro-life action/lobby day. This year’s action day is next Tuesday, March 10 (see flyer). Besides getting the opportunity for some face-to-face time with their legislators (if they’re actually in their office), action day participants also have the opportunity to hear from one or more pro-life … Read More

Will Republicans Take a Stand Against Sebelius?

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Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council recently had this to say about the so far ho-hum response from Republicans to Gov. Sebelius’ nomination as sec’y of HHS: The biggest example of this divide between conservatives and the GOP may be found in President Obama’s pick for Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). With the exception so far of … Read More


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I’m sure most of you have seen this already. It’s pretty cleaver. Find all the answers you need to that burning question: What the FOCA?! at I have heard from several people who are skeptical about the chances of such a bill even coming up for a vote in the next few years. But in this interview with Students … Read More

Pray for our President and Pro-Life Pilgrims!

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Now more than ever our new president, officially sworn in yesterday, needs to be prayed for. All indications are that, with the cooperation of Congress, he will work to actively advance the culture of death in the American government beginning with, many believe, an order to abolish the Mexico City policy, thereby allowing U.S. foreign aide to be given to … Read More

Fighting FOCA in Missouri

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The 2009 session of the MO State General Assembly kicked off yesterday. During this session, Sen. Matt Bartle of Lee’s Summit hopes the State will approve a measure formerly opposing the federal Freedom of Choice Act awaiting committee approval in both houses of Congress. From an op-ed he wrote last week: With the legislative session ready to kick off next … Read More