I had the joyful privilege of going to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life on January 18. It's an inspiring event. It fortifies me for the pro-life work, political and otherwise, that awaits me back home. It also prepares me to move ahead in hope, even when the news dumps items like the following … Continue reading For the Children, If They Make It Out of the Womb…
I talk to David Tittle of Musicians for Life about their New CD of Prolife songs called "It's a Life" 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show in Lancaster PA. To my knowledge this is the first produced Album/CD of origional pro-life songs by a band ever released but if you know of a different one … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 David Tittle Musicians for Life new CD “It’s a Life”
Hayden: [stopping his horse and drawing a pistol] Good night Mr. Breen John Breen: You mean I can go? Hayden: Anytime John Breen: [looking at the armed men around behind him] What makes you think I will? Hayden: Because that way you've got a chance, a small one, but a chance John Breen: [griping reigns … Continue reading Alfie Evans Dead for the NHS’s & England’s Want of one Hour of Churchill
Nicholas Angel: You should be ashamed! Calling yourself a community that cares! James Reaper: Oh, but we do care Nicholas! Joyce Cooper: It's all about the greater good! NWA Members: [echoing in agreement] The greater good... Nicholas Angel: How can this be for the greater good? NWA Members: [echoing] The greater good... Hot Fuzz 2007 … Continue reading For the NHS’s Reputation Sake Alfie Evans MUST die
I speak to Chris an activist from NYC at CPAC 2018 I conducted a 2nd interview with Chris which I played on my radio specifically concerning his Pro-life work These two interviews were two of the most interesting I did during CPAC DaTechGuy at CPAC 2018 The story (blogged) so far: Thursday March 8th Voices … Continue reading Voices at CPAC 2018 Chris from NY Longtime Prolife activist
Related stories come to us from Connecticut and California, where "anti-abortion" centers (in the parlance of the Hartford Courant) are getting some pushback. From the Courant, 11/10/17: The city is looking to crack down on faith-driven crisis pregnancy centers, which critics say sometimes pose as clinics to lure women and hand out misleading information about … Continue reading Bicoastal Challenges to Pro-life Pregnancy Centers
This tweet from governor Cuomo of NY: New York will not demonize diversity. We will not stand by as 42,000 NYers are deported. If President Trump rescinds #DACA, we will sue. — Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) September 4, 2017 is unintentionally hilarious for two reasons. #1 You can't make NYers obey the law, that's illegal! Cuomo … Continue reading #Irony Overload from NY’s Governor on DACA
I heard anecdotes about a man with a pro-life sign being assailed during the recent Boston demonstration/counterdemonstration, and then found that an Esquire writer tweeted a short video of the incident. (Language alert.) The guy was carrying a poster with photos of preborn human beings on the upper half of the poster, visible in the … Continue reading Thoughts on a Torn Poster
by baldilocks :::until they get into office::: The Democrat Party's latest strategy sits poorly with some of its loyal backers. The Democratic party is facing a revolt from the left after the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman said the party would back pro-life candidates in 2018. The DCCC chairman, Rep. Ben Ray Lujan, told The Hill that … Continue reading DCCC Will Support Candidates Who Say They Choose Life
For the next three days I'm going to be flat out. Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for life who you've seen hosting EWTN's series Defending life, will be doing several events in several cities for WQPH 89.3 and I'll be covering him and those who attend the various, events, masses and dinners over Divine Mercy Sunday. You … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under my Fedora Fr Imbarrato with WQPH , Jake Tapper, Coulter vs Berkeley and more
The urgency of national news sometimes casts local politics into the shade. Watch out for that. I spent the last election season preaching "downballot" to anyone who would listen. I have no regrets, in view of some of the issues coming up in my area at the state and local levels that are sure to … Continue reading The next local election: if you don’t care, rest assured that someone else will
News comes of the passing of Norma McCorvey. She'll go down in American history as "Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade fame, the plaintiff in the landmark Supreme Court case that has cost more than fifty million lives so far. Her decision to become pro-life, that profound change of mind and heart, might not make … Continue reading Norma McCorvey, R.I.P.
Abortion's legal. So is declining to put it on the public dime. That's been the uneasy truce for many years between abortion providers (and promoters) and American taxpayers. Uneasy, and shaky: even since 1976 with the Hyde Amendment, children conceived through violence have always been at risk of abortion at public expense. This week, the U.S. … Continue reading Funding abortion: who’s pro-choice?
President Obama and many on the left celebrated today as the 100th anniversary of Planned Parenthood. They used catchy hashtags like #100YearsStrong to promote the idea that this "healthcare" company has been a positive force in America for the last century. Meanwhile, seven million babies have been murdered by them. Is that a harsh way … Continue reading The battle for life must go well beyond politics
Come Pray on the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade All Night Eucharistic Pro-Life Vigil Thursday January 21 (3 pm) to Friday January 22 (5 am) Holy Mass at 1 am Celebrant Fr. Maurice Ashley Agbaw-Ebai St. Joseph Parish 118 High St. (Rt. 60) Medford, MA 02155 Contact (781) 391-1396 or email@example.com Prayers for Life -- … Continue reading Pro Life Vigil & Adoration in Medford MA 1/21-22