Bloggers Monthly Call for Life: January 2006

Friday, January 27, 2006

When they force us to kill for them


Heather Williams worked for 5 years at this particular Target store in Missouri and they didn't have a problem with hiring her even after she let them know about her views.

"In fact, when she was hired, she told them, 'I have this religious belief and conscience concern,"' Martin said. "They said, 'Hey, we have no problem. It's totally OK."'

Paula Gianino, chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood's St. Louis office, said Planned Parenthood has no problem with a pharmacist's refusal to dispense the morning-after pill, a high dose of hormones that women can take up to five days after sex to prevent pregnancy. But, she said, some pharmacists are taking it too far.

"What we have is a growing extreme movement of pharmacists who don't want to dispense, but who even refuse to give back the prescription and refuse to tell the patient where they can get the prescription filled," Gianino said.

"Growing extreme movement"?

Abortifacients kill people and we're the ones who are extreme?

Someday soon they will want us to give out suicide pills prescribed by "doctors", and we will be fired for refusing to do that too.

The culture of death today is just like the Nazi movement. So many Germans said that they had no choice but to participate in the killing of Jews. Millions turned their backs on the evil that overcame Germany. The evil that permeated Germany so many years ago still exists. Abortion, euthanasia and stem cell research, these are all forms of evil which take the lives of an innocent human beings who have no say in their early demise.

We must stand up to this culture on a daily basis. We cannot afford to weaken or slow down. Our numbers must get stronger and we must unite in action efforts which challenge the culture of death. If we don't, they will win. Anyone who speaks out against them will be fired or investigated. We are a hair's breadth away from totalitarianism.

Don't say that I am the one that is being extreme. I am not the one killing almost 4,000 human beings a day. I am not the one fighting for Euthanasia laws who are killing countless innocent, injured human beings, like Terri Schiavo. Millions are killed for research and In Vitro fertilization. We will become numb from the death and destruction if we don't do something every day.

How many of us are already afraid of discussing birth control, abortion, euthanasia, In Vitro Fertilization and stem cell research at work or with our friends? How many of us have already lost friends and jobs? I was kicked out of two men's groups because I am Pro-Life and they didn't want to hear it. They said they don't allow people with "agendas" to disturb their groups. Was I radical and rabid? No, I only prayed short prayers for the unborn and for Terri Schiavo, and occasionally discussed LIFE topics if they fit.

Not another day

That's what we need to say to ourselves.

Not another day

Am I doing all I can every day to end abortion and the culture of death? I'm the only one that can answer that question.

Unite with us in the Monthly Call for Life at We call, email and/or march on the first Friday of every month to let our representatives know we aren't going away and that we want them to end abortion and the culture of death.

Are you a member of The American Life League, Pro-Life Action League, Defend Life or any other group? That's fine, don't quit who you're with if you don't want to, encourage your members to join us as well. When it comes down to it, there is no such thing as one single group or person in the Pro-Life movement who is running the show. We are all pieces of the puzzle who unite to form a complete picture.

The culture of death wants us to kill for them and they will fire us, arrest us or turn away from us if we don't embrace their ways.

Not another day

More action, less talk

United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Blogs4Life Conference on Monday

It's not too late to sign up for the Blogs4Life conference which will take place the morning of the March for Life on January 23rd. Even if you don't have a blog but want to learn more about life-blogging or if you want to see what it's all about, come to the conference. The event will be held at the Family Research Council in Washington D.C. & is a short walk from the March.

Click here to see the many Pro-Life bloggers who have already signed up.

For more information about this year's conference see: Facts, Directions and Schedule. And, please be sure to register.