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Be a Shirley not a Wrecking Ball

I don’t know about you, but I grew up watching the Shirley Temple movies. My all time favorite was The Littlest Rebel. I cry every time when Shirley’s mom dies and I have a huge crush on John Boles who plays Shirley’s dad. Monday, this childhood actrice died at the age of 85. I find […]

abortion / California / Christmas/Advent / Jesus / Mother Mary

Join A ProLife Christmas Carol

  Sing hymns of Christmas at a local abortion clinic this holiday season. It’s not too late to host A Pro-Life Christmas Carol event in your home town. Each year while the world around us celebrates the many joys of the holiday season with Christmas music, parties, movies, decorations, and delicious treats, there are women […]

abortion / California / Prolife

Trains, Plains, and Asian Wombs for Rent?

This is a wonderful guest post by Louisa Millington . . . While at the gym last week, it came to my attention that I had let June almost completely run its course without paying tribute to National Fertility Awareness Month. I was shaken out of my blissful ignorance when I came across an episode […]

abortion / California / constitution / planned parenthood / Prolife

Violation of Constitutional Rights – AB 123

My latest blog written for Pro-Life Secular: It has recently come to my attention that a new bill (AB123) has been signed into state law by Governor Jerry Brown last week. This Bill AB123 by Democratic Assemblyman Tony Mendoza is to protect preschool, elementary, and middle school students from harassment while entering and leaving school […]

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Summer 2011 Update

Hey Guys, I know it’s been a few weeks since my last blog post and I’m very sorry to everyone who has been waiting for news about different events I’ve been involved with this summer. Here is a little update on what I’ve been up to the last month. I strongly encourage you to read […]