Happy Easter! By popular demand (from myself :)) I’m reposting my 2 favorite Easter songs, both by Keith Green. As I mentioned last year, Keith died in a small plane accident in 1982 at age 28, along with 2 of his 4 children. Keith’s inspiring words and music burst with the promise Jesus brought when […]
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From Kelli and the Mod Squad: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JILL!!! Hope you have a great day!
Hola! Sorry I’ve been out-of-pocket these past 2 days. Didn’t plan on it or I would have given fair warning. We’ve been rushing to finish our basement in time for Easter. We’d been slowly working on this project since last fall, having decided we needed to expand what with the grandson count continually going up […]
Am tooting my own horn here, but this is also a tip of the hat to the pro-life community and the mods. Death By 1000 Papercuts has listed this site in its Top 100 Most Popular Conservative Websites category for March 2011. I barely eked in at #99, but this was a 1st for me […]
Hi! Am still writing you from Florida and will be through April 3. … I’m spending today at Ave Maria University for the second annual pro-life leaders’ summit, spearheaded by Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life. Pictured right are Fr. Pavone and Tom Monaghan, the founder of AMU as well as Domino’s Pizza, welcoming […]
Tonight, February 3, at 8:30p EST Lila Rose and other pro-life leaders will host a webcast about the Planned Parenthood sex trafficking scandal. Presenters and info will include:
UPDATE 1/30, 12:20p NZ (1/29, 5:20p CST US): Bryan and I will speak 8x in 6 places around this 2-island country during our 13-day stay. January 27 it was to an impressive group of 50 young people at the Maxim Institute in Auckland, NZ’s counterpart to the Heritage Foundation. January 29 it was an all-day […]
1/25, 10:45p: I’ve updated the embed code so you can watch the archived webcast of the event. 1/24, 5:02a: This morning I’ll be emceeing Family Research Council’s 6th annual ProLifeCon. You can watch it here, or you can copy the embed code and display it on your own website or blog. Schedule of Speakers 8:30 […]
I’m attending the sold-out and inspiring Students for Life of America Conference today. Follow me on Twitter for updates.
I’m happy to announce moderator Carder has taken over posting our Quote of the Day on M-W-F! She’s been at it a few weeks now and has chosen excellent snippets that have gotten lots of feedback. If you see a quote worth spotlighting, either pro-life or pro-death, please forward it to email@example.com. Ace Admin Assistant […]
Thanks to moderator Chris for researching these stats. Comments to all the posts listed below are closed due to an automatic comment shut-off feature that activates after several days to keep spammers at bay. You’ll note the comment stream often develops into a conversation that has nothing to do with the original post…
When analyzing my blog’s 2010 page views, moderator Chris discovered that just like last year, many of the most read posts were not actually written in 2010. So I’m separating out the top 10 most read posts written in 2010 and the top 10 most read tabs and posts written previously. Note how popular the […]
Laura Loo brought us a very clever A Social Network Christmas a few days ago. Here’s another great one that tells the Christmas story in today’s language, The Digital Story of Christmas… over 6 million views in less than 2 weeks… Merry Christmas everyone! Happy Birthday, Jesus!
My friend and best selling author Anthony DeStefano has written a beautiful book for children, published just in time for Christmas, Little Star. The plot: A king is about to be born! The stars in the heavens are competing to shine the brightest to celebrate his birth. But when they see the poor family, the […]
Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List wrote in her Thanksgiving message today that science has proven gratitute is healthy. “Folks that make a daily list of 5 things for which they are grateful are happier and healthier over time,” she wrote. That’s a great idea, particularly today. I’m most thankful for: 1. John […]
With the completion of our software switch to WordPress, we’ve now been able to launch a perk we’ve wanted for a long time – a shop for pro-life gear! Thanks to Zazzle and CafePress pro-life affiliates, we can offer a variety of unique pro-life designs for purchase on an array of products: t-shirts, mugs, bibs, […]
Press statement just released. Congrats to all! LIFE PRIZES ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF $600,000 PRO-LIFE AWARD The Gerard Health Foundation Awards Pro-Life Movement’s Greatest Heroes Natick, MA – The Gerard Health Foundation is pleased to announce the 2009-2010 winners of its Life Prizes award, granted to six individuals or organizations that have achieved significant progress in […]
I ate dinner last night with Youth Defence conference attendees from Belgium, France, Germany, and, of course, Ireland. I learned that Marches for Life have begun springing up all over Europe just in the past 5 years. For instance, from ABS-CBNnews.com, April 13, 2010:
“Dia dhuit” means “God to you” in Gaelic, the language of Ireland – where Rich and I arrived yesterday! I was invited to speak last night at Youth Defence’s annual conference. Good friends Bryan Kemper of Stand True and Eric Scheidler of Pro-Life Action League are also here. Our luggage was not so interested in […]
It has become our enduring tribute to repost these 2 haunting videos every year on September 11. Let us never forget.
1. We’ve fixed most of the issues related to the software move. I only know of a few outstanding bugs, and I don’t think you’ll notice what I notice because they’re imperfections in a couple of the plugins I still hope to refine. That said, when I asked you previously if you knew of anything […]
UPDATE 7/29, 1:20p: Am sitting in the screened-in porch eating lunch with Grandson #4, who did not go home last night after VBS as previously planned. He’s explaining the sound locusts make to me, among many other things. So bear with me as I take one more day of blogging vacation… :) 7/26, 1:08p: We […]
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UPDATE, 8:20p: What a coincidence. Little did I know when I was posting an update on baby Josie earlier today that she was being released from the hospital. According to
The National Symphony Orchestra performed the “Armed Forces Medley” during the 2007 Memorial Day Concert on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. Watch their stirring rendition, which originally aired live on PBS… In memory of all who served our blessed country in the line of duty, to protect us and our freedom, but did […]
Yesterday at 5:38p, moderator Bethany posted on her Facebook profile, “Bethany… is in active labor!?!?! Why yes, yes she is!” And last night at 6:32p: “Here he is.” Baby Ian was born weighing exactly 10 lbs.. Aren’t he and Mommy both beautiful? Congratulations to Bethany and husband James, and big siblings Caleb, Bonnie, and Noah!
Happy Easter! Following are my 2 favorite Easter songs, both by
It has been a frustrating few hours. I was receiving emails from you (thanks!) that you couldn’t comment, yet I couldn’t post either. I could only communicate via Facebook and Twitter. (All the more reason to sign up to be my Facebook friend or Twitter follower! Click on icons within my bio at right to […]
Pro-life group Dancing with the Pro-Life Stars. New Executive Director Jenn Giroux called on many of her pro-life friends to make an appearance, and we were glad to help. Read more about the event at
Thanks again to moderator Carder for encouraging me to blog at #95. This was an amazing feat. I’ve had 2 posts published at BigJournalism.com. Our deal is to let BigJ have the exclusive for 24 hours, and then I can crosspost. The forum at BigJ provides pro-lifers a great opportunity to stake a solid foothold […]
UPDATE, 9:35a: Moderator Bethany spotted video of an interview with the Duggars yesterday by PETA’s new anti-human ad campaign: I don’t think the poster is at all cute; it’s offensive. PETA is basically saying the Duggar kids shouldn’t be here. And after learning of here and my December 18 Update I
Rain threatened yesterday’s more than 10k” to
I focused on pro-life signs as my March for Life photo subjects but have sprinkled in a couple other standouts here. See more at my Facebook page… I particularly loved this one…
UPDATE, 1/23, 9:41a: Well, I have to say the “mini-rally” lived up to its name. Disappointing turnout, maybe 200-300 people. It appears the decision by organizers to hush publicity for fear crowd size would eclipse the permit allowance of 3k prompted a self-fulfilling prophecy. Too bad. It would have been far better to have had […]
Tune in here at 8:30a EST to watch the Great line-up of speakers. Get the embed code to watch it on your own site
UPDATE, 1/21, 5:50a: Sorry to report Rep. Michelle Bachmann had to cancel. Speaker Pelosi decided to wrap things up today instead of tomorrow, so Bachmann is flying home to attend the WorldNetDaily.com has posted an article on the event. 1/20, 6:58a: The 5th annual still register to attend in person. Or make plans to view […]
Where do pro-lifers spend their evenings while in DC for the March for Life? You’ll often find them at
I got to DC yesterday and will be in an all-day meeting today. I’ll try to blog if there’s wireless service. One year ago tonight I flew to Washington for the March for Life and related events – the night of Barack Obama’s inauguration. My daughter’s apartment was 2 blocks from the White House. I […]
UPDATE, 9:13a: Almost the entire leadership team from my son and DIL’s church, Samaritans Purse is one organization I would recommend giving to. Billy Graham’s son Franklin is president and CEO of SP, and the organization has proven trustworthy through the years. You’ll be taken directly to the Haitian relief donation web page
This incident happened almost 2 months ago, but I only learned of it this morning. FYIs before reading the resignation letter: Brian Rohrbough was the president of Bob Enyart was the “key person” alluded to. Click to enlarge. Also read via pdf… Since this morning I have either spoken to or exchanged emails with Brian, […]
Attention college students! If you have a passion for the pro-life movement, here is the opportunity for you! (And we promise our work environment is not mean!) There is no better way to become an expert on our topic than to research and write about it.
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UPDATE, 10:15a: To clarify, these were the most read posts in 2009, not necessarily from 2009 – one of the surprises. 6:44a: I’ve never done a year-end post ranking. While many of the most popular posts weren’t surprising, some were. One was downright weird. Thanks to moderator Chris for scouring for Google Analytics for stats. […]
UPDATE, 1/2/10, 10:18a: Good, Associated Press, today…
I feel like our blog has had a baby! A few weeks ago a pro-lifer named Gerard Nadal began posting compelling, articulate, educated comments here that many noted were just great. Turns out Gerard has a Ph.D. and is a molecular biologist and microbiologist. And, thanks in large part to the encouragement of moderator Bethany, […]
Moderator Carla met Sarah Palin at a Mall of America book signing in MN on December 7 and shared the experience on precious feet pin and told her it was in memory of Tad (her baby lost to miscarriage). She got teary eyed and said, “That is just so precious! Thank you! God bless you! […]
Another hot news weekend. Will add articles/commentary in descending order… Harry Reid has released his manager’s amendment to the healthcare bill. It is 383 pages long. GOP clerks are currently reading through it, which I’m told will take roughly 8 hours. You, too, can give it a go, here. Also, Reid has not yet released […]