Entries Tagged ‘St. Paul’

“Immediatist vs. Incrementalist” debate analysis, Part VII: So fundraising is wrong?

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by Clinton Wilcox of Life Training Institute

On one hand, a favorite punching bag of T. Russell Hunter is pro-life fundraising.

11122396_916351231756876_1989993906_nOn the other, Hunter’s group Abolish Human Abortion is incorporated, has a for-profit arm through which it sells t-shirts and other wares, and rents office space (see screen shot right; click to enlarge).

It was these contradictory positions Hunter had to balance in his April 25 debate against Center for Bio-Ethical Reform’s Gregg Cunningham.

Hunter contended (1:06:10 on the video) that one reason Christians aren’t actively involved in anti-abortion activism is because they donate money to pro-life organizations to do the work for them. (See also 1:14:24-1:16:26.)

Archbishop calls Planned Parenthood a modern-day Judas

We do come here to judge the unconscionable greed behind the doctors, nurses and supporters of Planned Parenthood, who, for 30 pieces of silver, offer a quick fix to such women, rather than helping than helping them find a real solution to their problems. ~ St. Paul and Minneapolis Archbishop John Nienstedt, at the annual […]

Abortion fundraiser lists sponsors without their knowledge

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UPDATE 6:20p: Awesome! Another supposed backer of this abortion bowl-a-thon has responded that he had no knowledge and wants out. I wonder how many ever really knew?

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5:16p: The 21 annual Pro-Choice Resources Bowl-A-Thon is undergoing scrutiny as never before, and the findings are revealing – particularly to sponsors who never signed up to support this abortion group’s fundraiser.

Stanek weekend question: What is your view of abortion supporters?

Pro-Life-3I admit I often demonize abortion supporters in my mind. The ones I usually deal with are the hard core industry or political types, and they can indeed come across beyond cold and calloused.

Nevertheless, having been convicted through Scripture, I’ve been trying (although admittedly failing as often as I succeed – but I’m getting better, truly!) to more even-handedly communicate with them.

This week I read Romans 15:15-16 and took the passage our direction. The pertinent sentence:

10 ambulance calls in 20 months to U.S. Planned Parenthoods

Guest post by Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue

Yesterday Operation Rescue reported that a woman is suing Planned Parenthood Birmingham for missing an ectopic pregnancy. Clinic staff and abortionist Aqua Don Emmanuel Umoren apparently lied when charting that an 8-wk, 4-day-old baby was seen on ultrasound and palpated on internal exam, going on to commit an unnecessary abortion. The mother ended up in the emergency room 25 days later and had to have a fallopian tube and her 13-wk-old baby removed. She maintains in her lawsuit she is now infertile.

This was just one of probably hundreds of abortion botches we wouldn’t otherwise know about were there not a lawsuit.

But the number botches we do know about through emergency ambulance calls to U.S. Planned Parenthood  clinics is alarming – 10 over the course of only 20 months. This volume certainly does not bode well for the supposed safety of legalized abortions.

The list:

Good Friday: 3,200 pro-lifers pray at Planned Parenthood mega-abortion mill in Minnesota

An annual clash of ideologies takes place every Good Friday in front of the Planned Parenthood abortion mill in St. Paul, Minnesota.

On that day pro-lifers praying for abortion to end, which often includes our own Carla, dwarf counter-protesting pro-aborts.

The only difference this year was the location. Planned Parenthood has moved to a 46,000 sq ft mega-mill, now the 3rd largest PP clinic in the U.S.

Hospital to close “GYN Special Services Clinic,” i.e., abortion mill

by moderator Carla Great news! Although it tried to keep the announcement low key by slipping it out on Black Friday,  Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota gave pro-lifers cause for celebration with the news it will close its “GYN Special Services Clinic” – i.e., abortion mill – December 9.

New Planned Parenthood mega-mill in St. Paul will be eco-friendly!

I’ve PP of MN, ND, and SD is closing that mill and building a 46,000 sq. ft., 3-story mega-mill in an industrial park….


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