Category Archives: Pro-life Commentaries
Stop whitewashing child killing. It is time to boldly call abortion for what it is: an act of homicide.
The fate of the serial killer Kermit Gosnell is in the hands of the jury, but the fate of legalized child killing is in our hands: What will our verdict be?
Another woman killed by an abortionist yesterday! Are you ready to end this war on babies AND women?
Today my heart is heavy and I have tears welling up in my eyes. Today is the start of the second generation to live and die under the shadow of Roe vs Wade. Today I give my solemn word that I will not rest; I will give my life until my dying breath to make sure we never reach a third generation. While this date will always be known as one of the darkest dates in our nation’s history, one day we will celebrate a day of light. We will celebrate the day the evil of our age was defeated and the abolition of abortion was achieved. Until that day, until their voices are no longer silenced, I will cry out. I will Stand True. Bryan Kemper
Last summer, the National Black Pro-life Coalition was among the first and most outraged groups to demand justice for the death of Tonya Reaves, a young Black woman killed by abortion in Chicago. For years, women who have been harmed by abortion have been crying out that “abortion hurts women!” Janet Morana is right to lead the crusade to RECALL ABORTION. As we somberly yet purposefully approach the 40 year land mine of the anniversary of Roe VS Wade, let us make no mistake about it. We are ready to continue this battle for LIFE AT ALL COSTS. Yesterday Operation Rescue wrote an article stating that a second lawsuit had been filed against Planned Parenthood in the death of Tonya Reaves. Again, Tonya Reaves was a 24 year-old woman who went to Planned Parenthood for an abortion which they botched. She was then left bleeding for five hours before an ambulance was called. She was rushed to the hospital where they discovered that the abortion performed by Planned Parenthood was incomplete and she had to undergo another abortion in the hospital to remove the remainder of the baby. But it was too late and Tonya Reaves died later that evening in the hospital. The first wrongful death lawsuit against Planned Parenthood was filed by Tonya’s family. The second lawsuit was filed on behalf of Tonya’s surviving son, Alvin, by his father. Tonya and her baby died, leaving young Alvin motherless. Some people will not understand that along with the injustice of Planned Parenthood killing Tonya, another injustice occurred. They killed her baby in her womb as well. So how do we express to Tonya’s family in a loving way that two people died that day? Because of lack of coverage by much of the media, not too many people are even aware of Tonya’s murder. And despite efforts by the National Black Prolife Coalition through press releases to hold Planned Parenthood accountable, there seems to be an unusual amount of stall tactics where justice should prevail. One can’t help but remember the onslaught of outrage during the Trayon Martin tragedy? Where are all of those outraged Black leaders who were demanding swift justice for the tragic slaying of Trayvon? Not only are the leaders of the NAACP and other Black voices such as Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson lacking in conversation surrounding the unjust death of Tonya. Absent also is the outrage over the death of Tonya’s baby and the other 3,699 babies that were killed that day in abortion mills throughout this country. And all the while, Planned Parenthood keeps laughing on the way to the bank while killing hundreds of thousands of babies every year, to the tune of over 50 million dead babies on record since 1973. What’s even worse is that where before 2012, Planned Parenthood was receiving $1 million dollars a day in U. S. tax dollars, yes, around $365 million dollars a year; in 2012 they received over $500 million dollars from our tax coffers. And they are still operating poorly regulated killing centers around this country. And in a few Read More »
No one wants to think about bad things at Christmas; we want to be happy, merry and full of good tidings and cheer. No one wants to think about what evils are lurking in this world, the horrible things that humanity has unleashed on each other. I love Christmas time; I love spending the day with my family and just having fun with my children. However I also do a lot of reflecting at Christmas time because it leads into the anniversary of one of the most horrific and evil days in the history of this nation: the day we declared war on this generation. This year is especially hard for me as I know we are approaching the 40thanniversary of the Supreme Court decision that unleashed a massacre the likes of which no one has ever seen before, a shadow of death that has claimed the lives of more than 55 million innocent boys and girls who will never sit down with a Christmas stocking on a cold winter morning. Two years ago I saw an old WW2 propaganda poster depicting children playing on the grass with a shadow of a swastika approaching them. The poster read, “Do not allow this shadow to fall upon the children”. I think about this poster quite often, as I know we have allowed the shadow of Roe to fall upon our children here in America and now we have allowed it for a full generation. You may think I am depressed as you read this. You probably are not in the best mood as you contemplate the reality of where our nation is heading and the culmination of a full generation living under the shadow of the abortion holocaust. I am not depressed. I am angry, angry with a righteous anger that will not go away until I see America stand up and recognize the evil of this shadow. Every time I stand in front of an abortion clinic to pray for these babies and plead with the women to reconsider what they are about to do, I also watch the world pass by like there is nothing going on inside that building. I watch as society looks at me as some kind of monster because I am “intimidating” women and trying to take their choice away. I listen to them yell at me to “get a job” or “go home” or other expletives I won’t repeat here. I often drift into thoughts about why the world is so blind, why the world cannot see the truth about what is happening inside that building. I sometimes tear up as I think about how many churches are within a five mile radius of these killing centers and how few of the members of these churches even take a second look at what is going on in their neighborhoods. I wonder what would happen if those who say they believe abortion is the taking of an innocent human life, thought about what that meant Read More »
To answer this question one must first answer the question: what is abortion? Abortion is simply a word used to describe the action of killing a human person in one of the early stages of that human person’s development, just as shooting is simply a word to describe how the human persons in that school in Connecticut or the theatre in Colorado were killed. Both words describe a different method used to end the life of human persons who are all in different stages of their life and development. In the same way, when I compare the Nazi Holocaust and the Abortion Holocaust, I am showing that they are both horrific events that have claimed the lives of millions of innocent human persons. One took place 70 years ago and one is taking place right now. I could easily show comparisons to many other events in history such as Columbine, slavery, earthquakes and many more tragic events that have claimed so many innocent lives. Many people think that I am making these comparisons to show the similarities of the events in question and abortion, but that is not really the case. I am not merely trying to show them as the same thing, I am trying show the horrifying fact that we don’t see them as the same thing. When I make these comparisons it is because, while I am grieving for the loss of those innocent lives taken in Newtown, CT or in Aurora, CO at that theatre, I am also in pain for the other thousands of innocent human persons killed on the same day that so few people are crying for. I am trying to shake this world and make us realize that there are thousands of innocent human persons being murdered in buildings every day around the nation and the media are not there to tell their story. The Planned Parenthoods and abortion clinics have successfully lulled America into silence about the bloodshed behind their doors. They have convinced so many that this is nothing more than a choice being carried out to help women. They have declared war on women and innocent children in the womb and have disguised it as liberation and freedom. In carrying out this war on women, the abortion industry has been able to silence the outrage that should be shown towards this abortion massacre. They have been able to mask a horrific and violent action as a healthcare right that needs to be funded by our government. I will be totally honest here: I do not simply believe I have the right to make these comparisons; I believe I am compelled to make these comparisons. I believe that the blood of 55,000,000 of my fellow Americans who have been massacred by abortionists must be mourned. Last summer I created a graphic showing the Colorado theatre where the shooting took place alongside a picture of a Planned Parenthood. I said that when 12 people are killed at this theatre it is Read More »