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  • Clinic Quotes has a chilling reminder of the history that we should not forget. Did you know the company that manufactured the poison gas used in Nazi gas chambers is the same company that obtained the patent for chemical abortion drug RU-486?

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  • Abolitionist Society of OK, though sometimes criticized for being judgmental of others in the pro-life movement, has graphics and messaging that speak to the abortion issue without apology. This poster (pictured left; click to enlarge) is no exception:

    A silent church that meets down the street from an abortion mill may have a number of true believers. But if those believers know about abortion and yet do nothing about it, then they are likely in sin and not practicing true Christianity. It is in this sense that one could say that it is merely a “church” – it may contain believers, but if it is not being salt and light in the world around it, then what is its purpose?

  • Abstinence Clearinghouse helps parents prepare their teen for prom season. Let’s not allow “buy the hot dress” and “here’s a condom” to be the only messages they hear.
  • Big Blue Wave exposes the combining of late term “therapeutic” abortions with stillbirth numbers in British Columbia, causing the numbers to increase by 137%. Of course, the mainstream media sees a plus side to this:

    The increase has had a concurrent effect as it has meant fewer births of babies with severe congenital anomalies, a B.C. study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows.

    Eugenic philosophy clearly hasn’t gone out of style.

  • Culture Campaign continues to hammer the media blackout of abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s trial:

    [The Media Research Center] reports that there has been no network coverage on ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, NPR or PBS, and just one brief mention on CNN.

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  • Live Action promotes the compelling story of well-known Christian artist Ron DiCianni, who was reportedly “saved from abortion minutes before he was scheduled to die” and is now promoting a campaign to get one of his paintings (pictured right; click to enlarge) placed in pregnancy centers – and even in abortion clinics.
  • Bound4Life encourages prayer for Israel, particularly that their attitudes toward the preborn would be changed:

    … [W]omen are forced to serve in the Israeli army and that while they serve they get two free abortions, and most women take advantage of this “free service.” I have since learned that abortion is pushed by authority and preferred. It is almost a rite of passage or a badge of honor for women who serve in the IDF. It is becoming a part of the culture, just like keeping kosher. Women who conceive and choose to keep their child are immediately expelled from the army. They also perform abortions all the way up to 38 weeks, when the child could certainly survive on his or her own. The baby tragically has no rights and is not considered to be a person until the umbilical cord is cut.

    Pregnancy resource centers in Israel also need our prayers and support.

  • Down on the Pharm wonders how far MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry’s comments against “the private notion that children belong to their parents” actually go:

    Now that Planned Parenthood and Obama are Out of the Closet for Infanticide, will the community have anything to say about this?

    At what point of development does the baby become community property?

    Will you be allowed to conceive without village approval?

    Will the community direct when you should have an abortion?

  • The Guiding Star Project has a two-part post containing healing resources for victims of sexual assault:

    According to, young women ages 12-34 are the population at highest risk of becoming victims of sexual assault. What does this statistic tell us? It tells us that rape often occurs during a young woman’s formative years, and that there are a great deal of sexual assault survivors that grow up to be mothers.

[Photos via Abolitionist Society and Live Action]

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