Neighbors block pro-life Truth Truck

todd bullis with abortion sign.pngOn March 25 pro-life activist Todd Bullis launched the Church Project, an effort to educate congregants of Ventura, CA, churches of the reality of abortion through signs of graphic abortion images. Todd and his crew intended to prayerfully protest at 1 Ventura church a week, beginning with mega-church Reality Ventura….

At Todd’s 2nd stop, however, Ventura First Assembly of God, church member and off-duty policeman John Hixson assaulted Todd first by spraying vinegar water in his eyes and then soaking him with a water hose. The Ventura Police Department is still investigating the incident, while hoser Hixson remains on desk duty.

matthew 28-20.jpgTodd decided to park at the unrepentant First Assembly church – which never apologized to Todd for Hixson’s actions, and which, more importantly, supports no pro-life ministries such as pregnancy care centers and whose leadership refuses to preach on the abortion issue – for the foreseeable future.

So Gregg Cunningham of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform lent Todd one of his Truth Trucks to up the ante. These are large panel trucks with huge photos of aborted babies plastered all over them.

truth truck ventura.pngTodd debuted the Truth Truck at First Assembly this past Sunday – Mother’s Day…. and things again got a little crazy. Someone from the church called police, falsely accusing the Truth Truck driver of incessantly honking the horn. Then neighbors at one point blocked the Truth Truck until police arrived.

One of the neighbors twice slapped a video camera Todd’s son was holding, complaining that children would see the abortion photos, arguing, “They don’t need to see it. We know what abortion’s about, are you kidding me? What do you think, we’re all in a cloud? You know how we stop it? We stop you. Stop drawing attention to it.

What? In all, police were called 3x.

On the other hand, Todd received $250 in donations from 2 people sensitive to his cause and reported that more church members than ever came out to express support.

Here’s great video capturing everything…

In other news, one of the church members told Todd the head pastor of the church, Tony Cervero, submitted his 6 weeks notice, stating he took a job as the assistant superintendent of the Southern CA Assemblies of God churches. And this is true

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Promotion? Escape? Or Todd’s first scalp? You decide.

Pro-life group targets late-term abortionist’s enablers in public awareness campaign

Backdrop, from Created Equal:download

A group of physicians at Wright State University is enabling infamous late-term abortionist and partial-birth abortion pioneer Martin Haskell [pictured right] to keep his abortion facility in Dayton, Ohio open and running.

Ohio law requires all ambulatory surgical facilities to have a written transfer agreement with a nearby hospital. Dayton hospitals refuse to give Haskell such an agreement. However, Haskell has found a way to skirt this law through a contract with the Wright State Physicians Women’s Health Care group.

Thus, Created Equal has launched a public awareness campaign to expose the physicians who are enabling Haskell to stay in business.

The names of the complicit doctors are: Josette D’Amato, Sheela M. Barhan, Janice M. Duke, Michael Galloway, Steven R. Lindhelm, CEO Alan P. MarcoWilliam A. Nahhas, Kathryn Newton, G. Theodore Talbot, and Jerome Yaklic.

On April 21, Created Equal sent letters to the aforementioned doctors before launching its campaign, requesting that they disengage from bolstering Haskell.

None of the doctors responded.

So, on June 3, as promised, Created Equal began publicizing the names of Haskell’s collaborators through a campaign involving postcards and a truth truck.

This postcard, personalized for each physician, is being sent to neighbors of their individual residences. This is a sample of the front and back view…


The truth truck, with the collaborators’ names and photos plastered on it along with photos of abortion victims, is being driven around their their physicians’ group office building, Wright State University, two hospitals affiliated with the group and Haskell (Miami Valley and Good Samaritan), and the Dayton area in general. Below is the mock-up. View photos of the truck in action here.



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Plano Police Officer Steven Sanders, Badge #1439, harasses pro-life activists

As I wrote a couple weeks ago, pro-life activist Todd Bullis recently relocated from California to Texas.

Recall Todd launched “The Church Project” while in California, showing graphic images of aborted babies on Sunday mornings in front of churches professing to be pro-life but bearing no fruit.

To say the least, Todd had interesting experiences at those churches – from being hosed by an off-duty police officer congregant at one church to having signs flipped over by a congregant at another.

Todd plans to continue his project in Plano.

This past Saturday Todd and his son decided to test the waters by holding a little two-person picket on a random high traffic street corner. Todd had run into rudeness when attempting to communicate his future plans in person to the Plano police department, so he decided to check out the lay of the land.

Plano Police Officer Steven Sanders, Badge #1439, responded to a complaint, and as Todd explains in his video, went above and beyond the call of duty to harassment.

Sanders refused to let Todd videotape him, claiming Todd’s camera just might be a gun. But I found a photo of Sanders, right, in a cigar club puff piece.

Sanders went out of his way to make trouble for Todd. For instance, Todd had parked his car in an empty church parking lot, not even knowing it belonged to a church a block away. Sanders said he was going to encourage the church to file trespassing charges.

I’ll let Todd take it from here…

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Church members go ballistic over graphic abortion display

After a summer hiatus, Todd Bullis and his group of Christian pro-life activists resumed what they call the “Church Project,” an effort to awaken Ventura, CA, church congregants to the reality of abortion through graphic displays on Sunday mornings.

Todd’s effort has been educational for me. He chooses churches with no demonstrable evidence that they are pro-life, even though they say they are. To date one hostile church member has hosed him and neighbors have blocked his Truth Truck. Todd has had to call police several times to intervene.

The uproar ensuing upon Todd’s arrival was no different this week. For the first time Todd’s crew picketed his former  home church, Reality Carpinteria, and church members freaked. (Reality booted Todd a year ago for his pro-life activism, although his current church leaders told Todd they could find no unbiblical action on his part.)

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Denver Planned Parenthood: sky zero

If the Aurora Planned Parenthood site in the IL prairielands is ground zero, then the Denver Planned Parenthood site in the Mile High City is sky zero.
Last month, with a reporter in hot pursuit, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains was forced to come clean about its secret purchase of a city block of property and plans to break ground on a 50,000 square foot abortion mill this November
PP has admitted to several news outlets it went stealth with plans to build in Denver, Aurora, and Portland, OR, to avoid such pro-life boycotts as were undertaken at the Austin, TX, PP mill in 2003, which delayed its opening several months.
In Denver, pro-lifers are already realizing PP’s fears. Two weeks ago they conducted a lit drop in the African-American neighborhood of the proposed PP. Here is what an RH Reality Check columnist called a “lie-packed brochure.” Sorry, Jim, it was footnoted, although Jim is likely ticked because one of his inadvertently PP-damning columns is cited in it three times (click to enlarge):

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