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A Heartfelt Apology from the Editor:

I recently wrote and posted a memorial to Cletus Kiefer (aka Justice Mercy ) who I thought was a legitimate Christian and who I knew from protesting abortion at the Granite City, IL abortion mill years ago. He completely fooled me - I thought he had been falsely accused of child abuse - I had no idea it was sexual abuse. After reading some comments from his family members, I realized his daughters stories are credible and he was a sexual predator. Christians are often too trusting of others and we need to be more discerning. If you have a nagging feeling things aren't right - investigate. I failed to do this and innocent people were hurt.  May God forgive me. Angela Wittman Updated: 3.06.2023

'Make Them Watch'

 By Bill Muehlenberg - Posted at Culture Watch: Published August 25, 2014 Although it may not be well known to many people today, when the war in Europe was won by the Allies in 1945, one of the many actions taken to right the wrongs was to force ordinary German citizens to walk through the concentration camps and see for themselves what they had allowed to take place. This was part of the larger process known as Entnazifizierung (Denazification) which the Allies undertook after the war to rid Germany and Austria of all things related to Nazi ideology. As part of this, numerous films showing the horrors of the concentration camps were made and shown to the German public. But forcing German citizens to actually see what was taking place all around them was a major part of this. Not only did they have to tour the camps, but often they had to bury rotting corpses and/or exhume mass graves. The sights and the stench were certainly powerful wake-up calls to many who claimed ignorance or den

Church at Planned Parenthood must pay $960K for holding worship outside abortion clinic

By Michael Gryboski - Posted at The Christian Post: A pro-life organization will have to pay $960,000 in legal fees and damages for holding worship services at the property of a local Planned Parenthood clinic in Washington state. The Church at Planned Parenthood, a group organized by Covenant Church that used to hold worship services on the property of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Spokane, agreed to pay $850,000 in legal fees. This total is added to an earlier amount of $110,000 to be paid in damages after holding worship services outside of the Spokane Planned Parenthood Health Care Center in 2020. "Planned Parenthood Sues our little church for Peaceful Assembly and it costs Christians $850,000 for mostly Corrupt Lawyer’s Fees," Pastor Ken Peters wrote on Facebook . "The only difference… We have to do 7pm instead of 6pm, and go across the street. $850k over one hour and across the street. Wow. That’s a lot of money they stole from the Kingdom over one hour. We are re

Everything went as planned … the heartbreak of sidewalk counseling.

Sidewalk counselors and pro-life prayer advocates can help save lives. (Source: Pregnancy Help News)  By Patty Knap - Posted at Pregnancy Help News: Sidewalk counselors outside abortion centers can play a big part in the work of pregnancy care centers. It's at that last minute before a pregnant mom enters the abortion center, after she's made the decision that this is the only way out, that the prayers and compassion of a sidewalk counselor can make the difference between death and life. One dedicated, long-term sidewalk counselor, Celeste, prays regularly outside a Long Island, New York, Planned Parenthood, and sometimes has the opportunity to bring a young woman into the pregnancy center two blocks up the street. While that's her goal, to get pregnant women into the safety, compassion, and knowledge of the pregnancy center, not every situation goes that way. By the time the girls reach Planned Parenthood for the abortion, Celeste said, they often have blinders on and only

LiveAction: Planned Parenthood infiltrates Utah school district classrooms without parents’ knowledge

 By Cassy Fiona-Chesser Undercover footage from a Utah school district shows administrative officials boasting about the agenda foisted upon students — including the presence of Planned Parenthood staff in the classrooms — all without parents’ knowledge or consent. Accuracy in Media released footage recently with Utah public school officials discussing how they manage to get controversial information in front of students without parents knowing. That includes information and advice directly from Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion chain. Katie Ieremia, Director of Professional Development of Salt Lake City Schools, explained that the schools use a Planned Parenthood curriculum and that Planned Parenthood sends staffers into the schools to talk to students. Parents appear not to be directly informed about it, though Ieremia claims the information is on the website. “We have a very close relationship with, like, Planned Parenthood, and they come speak in our district all th


FALSELY-NAMED “HUMAN LIFE PROTECTION ACT” H3774 PASSES SC HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE – JAN 26, 2023  Posted February 1. 2023 - Edited/Revised February 2, 2023 Christians for Personhood Columbia, SC Excerpt:  So, in conclusion, H3774 would ban approximately 97% of surgical and RU486 “abortions” in SC, and thus would likely shut down such “abortions” at the Planned Parenthood murder mills in Columbia and Charleston, and would likely stop nearly all such “abortions” at the Greenville murder mill. However, surgical and RU486 “abortions” only account for an estimated 10-20% of the total number of “abortions”. The other estimated 80-90% is from birth control which can function abortifaciently, TO WHICH THIS UNRIGHTEOUS BILL H3774 IN ITS PRESENT FORM AS FILED ON JANUARY 24, 2023, AND AS PASSED BY THE SC HOUSE JUDICIARY CONSTITUTIONAL LAWS SUBCOMMITTEE ON JANUARY 26, 2023 (SC Legislature Archived Video ), WOULD EXPAND AVAILABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY, EVEN TO DEPENDENTS (YOUTH) THROUGH SC PEBA AND TH

Mark Houck found not guilty of federal FACE Act charges after altercation near abortion clinic

 By Samantha Kamman - Posted at The Christian Post: Published Monday, January 30, 2023 A jury on Monday found Mark Houck, the Catholic pro-life advocate and father of seven who faced 11 years in prison, not guilty of a federal violation related to an encounter with a Planned Parenthood clinic escort in Philadelphia. Houck was charged with two counts of violating the FACE Act in two incidents that occurred at a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic on Oct. 13, 2021. The federal indictment accused Houck of shoving abortion clinic escort Bruce Love in two separate incidents on the same day. The pro-life advocate was declared not guilty on all counts in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Continue here... See also: Sidewalk counselor Mark Houck acquitted of all charges in federal court ( Mark Houck Archives - LifeSite ( Mark Houck Archives - The Federalist Acquitted Mark Houck wants to press charges for FBI abuse | U.S. News (chr

Women describe seeing preborn child after taking abortion pills at home

Natalie cried recounting seeing her aborted baby after taking abortion pill at home - LiveAction  By Carole Novielli - Posted at LiveAction: Real-life accounts from women who experienced abortion at home after taking the abortion pill regimen range from disturbing to horrifying. Some report that the “fetus was floating in the water,” or the baby was aborted into the toilet, or was held in “my hands,” or was “flushed.” Tragically, in addition to seeing their dead baby, several say they experienced a great deal of emotional and physical pain during the process, including nightmares, post-traumatic stress, and grief. Live Action News previously uncovered how the abortion industry was beginning to prepare women that they might see identifiable fetal parts after submitting to a chemical abortion (the abortion pill). And now that the industry has offloaded the abortion process to women who must deal with it alone, women are seeing their children. Christina claimed that taking the abortion

Doctors’ case against the FDA on chemical abortions comes after decades of government stonewalling

 By Kim Hayes - Posted at Pregnancy Help News: After 20 years of delays and thwarted petitions, concerned doctors have finally been able to break through to litigate against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of chemical abortions from the year 2000. “The FDA failed America’s women and girls when it chose politics over science and approved chemical abortion drugs for use in the United States,” the complaint states. “And it has continued to fail them by repeatedly removing even the most basic precautionary requirements associated with their use.” The legal non-profit Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) authored the complaint in a heavily sourced filing in U.S. District Court, the Northern District of Texas located in Amarillo. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit include the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG), the American College of Pediatricians, the Christian Medical & Dental Associations and

Abortion, the Imago Dei, and Love

 By Bruce P. Baugus - Posted at Tabletalk: The desire to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, as abortion is often characterized, likely goes back as far as the first unwanted pregnancy. Unsurprisingly, practices of inducing abortion (and also infanticide) are evident in the historical records of many cultures from ancient times. The means of inducing abortion and public opinion on the subject have varied over time and place. Expecting mothers have employed (or been subjected to) methods as diverse as strenuous exercises, high-risk activities, physical manipulations and brutalities, invasive procedures, and a variety of natural and artificial concoctions. Contemporary legalized practices are generally far more precise and sanitary than earlier practices or in places where abortion remains illegal. In many wealthy countries, the majority of abortions are now effected through pharmaceuticals. ABORTION However precise, sanitary, and convenient legalized abortion practices may now be, induced

Massacring Truth, Logic, the Bible and Babies

 By Bill Muehlenberg - Posted at Culture Watch: Published January 18, 2023 Pro-aborts say the dumbest things: When you want to defend unspeakable evil, the only way to get away with it is to do a demolition job on truth, logic, reason, and reality. And if you want to pretend to be a Christian while defending the indefensible, then you have to do a demolition job on Scripture as well. We find this happening all the time, and I have often written about some of these woke wonders who twist Scripture, mangle morality, and stomp on rationality as they seek to pretend that you can be a follower of Jesus Christ and still fully support the slaughter of unborn babies. But the most recent case of this that I came upon is a real doozy indeed. This gal should be absolutely embarrassed by what she has said. None of it makes the slightest bit of sense – and certainly not Scriptural sense. I refer to Hillary Scholten, a Michigan Democrat and member of the U. S. House of Representatives. A debate was

'The Story of Abortion in America: A Street-Level History, 1652–2022' By Marvin Olasky and Leah Savas

  Description: Tracing the History of Abortion in America by Looking beyond the Laws to the Dramatic Stories and Colorful Personalities of the People They Touched Fifty years ago, the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion-on-demand sparked nationwide tensions that continue to this day. In the decades since that ruling, abortion opponents and proponents have descended on the Capitol each year for marches and protests. But this story didn’t begin with the Supreme Court in the 1970s; arguments about abortion have been a part of American history since the 17th century. So how did we get here? The Story of Abortion in America traces the long cultural history of this pressing issue from 1652 to today, focusing on the street-level activities of those drawn into the battles willingly or unwillingly. Authors Marvin Olasky and Leah Savas show complex lives on both sides: Some sacrificed much to help the poor and others sacrificed the helpless to empower themselves. The Story o

Breakpoint: 'Denmark Secretly Inserted IUDs in Greenland’s Women for Decades'

 By John Stonestreet and Timothy D. Padgett According to the BBC , doctors in Greenland inserted contraceptive devices into several thousand local women without their knowledge or consent. This was not a once-off action by a few rogue doctors. Rather, this was the result of a decades-old policy of the ruling Danish government. As is often the case with hellish government policies, this program began with ostensibly good intentions. When Danish authorities noticed a dramatic growth in the native Inuit population, a growth ironically due to the wonders of modern healthcare, the decision was made to artificially limit the ability of Inuit women to have children. The decision was birthed from now discredited theories about the dangers of overpopulation . The resulting government policies, built on the fallacy that children are a burden and not a blessing, were imposed paternalistically by the Danish on a population they believed unable to know or act according to their own best interest. T

FDA says pharmacies may distribute abortion pills

 By Tom Strode - Posted at Baptist Press: WASHINGTON (BP) – The Biden administration approved distribution of abortion pills by retail pharmacies in a regulation issued on the same day a Southern Baptist entity joined other organizations in urging Congress to adopt pro-life policies. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revealed the barrier-breaking change to its rules Tuesday (Jan. 3). The revision enables FDA-certified pharmacies for the first time to carry and dispense mifepristone, the first drug in a two-step process commonly referred to as medical or chemical abortion. Women also will continue to be able to receive the pills by mail. Leaders of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) and 40 other pro-life organizations sent a letter Tuesday that called on members of Congress to seek a “robust pro-life agenda” through the passage of new laws and the protection of spending measures that must be approved each year. The FDA’s decision to expand the dis