One of the main objectives I have with this blog is to provide information about the pro-life movement and all of the obstacles and successes that it encounters. I hope to periodically post sites that have good information and tools to help us all fight for life.
You have probably heard about Lila Rose and her undercover work exposing a Planned Parenthood workers willingness to provide "services" to prostitutes and minors. Prepare yourself before you look at this video.
The makers of the Blood Money film (about the business side of the abortion industry) have started a blog. Their intent is to further explore issues brought up in their documentary. The first post discusses what it was that scientists knew about the development of human life in the womb prior to the 1973 Roe v. Wade argument even began.
I think that it is important for us to explore the contraceptive mentality that most Americans hold so dear. Here is a great video by Michael Voris about how contraception logically flows into justifying that abortion is okay. After all, what do many women choose to do when their contraception fails?
Also, be aware that there definitely is an agenda and bias in the mainstream media when life issues are covered. A recent example is the Walk for Life at the Minnesota capitol. It began with a prayer service held at the Cathedral in St. Paul which holds about 4,000 people. It was standing room only, so there had to be at least 4,000 people there. Most of them then marched on the capitol. It was reported in the Star Tribune that there were about 1,000 anti-abortion protesters. This points out two things. The first, that the number of marchers was hugely understated. Secondly, the PRO-LIFE marchers were referred to in negative language (ANTI-abortion and also ANTI-choice). They also highlighted the fact that they wanted to "take away" funding for abortions from low income women. This huge event was given minimal air time on local networks and some no air time at all. Why is that? What if 4,000 pro-abortion protesters congregated somewhere? Don't you think that would be all over the place?
When you have a few moments, take a peek at these videos. It is of utmost importance that we are well informed and vocal about protecting life - from conception to a natural death.