Friday, October 31, 2014

Know Your Pro-Life History

To be deep in history is to cease to be Pro-Choice [with apologies to John Henry Cardinal Newman].

Know your Pro-Life History so we don't repeat the past!

J. P. McFadden was one of the leaders in chronicling the Life Movement since the Roe v. Wade decision. He founded the Human Life Review which marks it's 40 anniversary this year. Excellent interview with his daughter Maria McFadden at the Catholic World Report.

Some excerpts:
When the Roe v. Wade decision was handed down, it shocked him to the core. He simply couldn’t believe it. He called it his “day-long road to Damascus,” the day he read the decision. He couldn’t believe the Supreme Court would put “moral suasion and moral power behind killing babies.” .....
My father was determined that the Review would be the place where all the best minds would gather to argue in defense of life, and also that the Review would be a record of the pro-life movement. We will not, he said, be like Nazi Germany—no one should be able to say they didn’t know what was going on.
Read the whole thing here. 

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Gardasil Vaccine Injury

11 months later and Madelyne Meylor, 20 and her sister, Olivia Meylor, 19, are still waiting to hear from the Vaccine Injury Court in Washington, D.C after filing their claim regarding a vaccine injury from Gardasil.

The Wisconsin siblings have filed a federal claim..
"saying they believe Gardasil vaccine caused their condition. The Meylors say they have had premature menopause, marked by insomnia, night sweats and headaches, and most likely won't be able to get pregnant."
Read the whole story here

Learn more about vaccination programs that also promote sterilization, visit our Voices For Vaccines, What You Need To Know page.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Same Agenda, Different Names

These groups share the same agenda under the guise of helping children via vaccination.

Voices for Vaccines
Every Child By Two
A Shot At Life
Task Force for Global Heath
The Gates Foundation

Why aren't these initiatives more concerned about healthy lifestyles or infrastructure: diet,  clean water, highways, medical training, etc.
Why do many of these vaccines contain aborted fetal cell material?
Why are many of these campaigns including sterilization drugs in the vaccines?
What happened to First, Do No Harm?

Check out Voices for Vaccines, What You Need to Know page and get the facts.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014


“Pillen-Papst” the pill-Pope. Some good insight into the rejection of Pope Paul VI and Humanae Vitae and subsequent embrace of the Culture of Death and undermining of marriage and family in Germany in this interview. 
The German-speaking world was in dire need of re-evangelization after World War II. Instead of a widespread spiritual renewal, however, people turned towards material wealth, trying to make up for the poverty during the war by escaping into a bourgeois world of comfort. 
In light of this, the reaction of the following generation, which had not experienced the deprivations of the war to that extent, makes sense. The young were searching for an absolute, which the bourgeois values of their parents could not yield. Since religion appeared like an empty shell to them, the “68-ideology” seemed like the answer to their quest. The combination of anarchical idealism and sexual hedonism appealed to their spiritual needs, was attractive to their rebellious spirit and offered physical gratification
Read the whole thing.

And if you didn't click on that link to Pope Paul VI, check out this interview with Dr. Thomas Hilgers, who created NaPro Technology and the Creighton Method.

Monday, October 27, 2014

North Dakota leading the way

North Dakota challenging Roe v. Wade.
...Along with the spate of anti-abortion legislation, North Dakota lawmakers also passed a resolution that allows voters to decide on Nov. 4 whether the measure's life-begins-at-conception wording belongs in the state constitution. 
State Sen. Margaret Sitte, a Republican who is ardently anti-abortion, sponsored the resolution, saying at its introduction that it was meant to be a challenge to the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion up until a fetus is considered viable. The Bismarck resident now says the resolution's intent is simply to "protect laws the Legislature has put in place."
Read it all here

Monday, October 20, 2014

Netherlands is Confused

Netherlands has one of the lowest marriage rates in Europe.

Netherland has one of the highest on-demand euthanasia rates, so what do you expect?
The Culture of Death and the Culture of Life are not compatible. One of them has to go. Just sayin'.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Culture of Death from Shore to Shore

Trafficking in human organs along the Mediterranean.  
"An international human trafficking ring forced migrants to sell their organs as payment for their journey from Africa to Europe, an Italian police investigation has revealed.Five people have been arrested as part of the probe into the gang, which allegedly arranges the harvesting of kidneys and other organs of migrants arriving in Europe by boat.Italy, with its southern-most province Lampedusa just 80 miles from Africa, is the gateway for many seeking new lives in Europe. Almost 150,000 have made the journey so far in 2014. Around 3000 have died attempting the journey this year."
Read it all here

Indifference is the handmaid of the Culture of Death. 

Pope Francis speaking in Lampedusa in 2013:
 "for the “indifference towards so many brothers and sisters…for those who are pleased with themselves, who are closed in on their own well-being in a way that leads to the anaesthesia of the heart, … for those who with their decisions at the global level have created situations that lead to these tragedies. Forgive us, Lord!"

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Sign Up Now for the March for Life Seminars in DC

Law Conference
Wednesday, January 21, 10 am -3:00 pm
DC Renaissance Hotel

Culture of Life Seminar
Wednesday, January 21, 2 - 4:30 pm
DC Renaissance Hotel

More information on registration at March for Life.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Femicide in India

Short interview with Oswald Cardinal Gracias the Archbishop of Mumbai on the problems of femicide and prostitution in India.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Attacking the Family in Africa

Gates Foundation teaming up with the UN to depopulate Africa.
The largest single development campaign in history—the Gates Foundation-led Family Planning 2020—has eschewed all pretense of investment in hospitals, infrastructure, and education in Africa and Asia; opting instead for a fertility reduction campaign based entirely on the development and proliferation of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs). Joining the Gates Foundation in this 4.6 BILLION DOLLAR effort to “help” 120 million poor women is the British government, International Planned Parenthood Foundation, CARE International, and dozens more large NGOs.
Read the whole thing in a web exclusive at First Things.  

Meanwhile, Peter Cardinal Turkson of Ghana, the President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, says we need food, not birth control
"Let´s try to invest more in the productivity of these people, instead of killing them. Let's invest more in productivity. We must raise their level of productivity. Because you can always produce food, especially in Africa, where there's always sun and rain. Any seed can grow in Africa.”