Stop Planned Parenthood's War on Women
Planned Parenthood community organizers: Infiltrating and organizing to destroy youth and families
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Another enemy of the church is infiltrating Catholic social justice groups
Is Brittany Maynard's husband fighting the wrong battle?
2015.01.26 - 9:00am - Jennifer Lahl
The tagline of our film Eggsploitation is “The infertility industry has a dirty little secret.” In the film we seek to expose the many facets of the market for human eggs, which very few people are aware of. These dirty little secrets include:

• Egg donors aren’t tracked over their lifetimes, so we have no idea what the long-term effects on young women’s health are. read more...
STOPP analysis shows beleaguered abortion business in trouble
2015.01.22 - 9:00am - Rita Diller
Every year Planned Parenthood releases an annual report with lots of really large numbers used to heap praise upon itself for all its accomplishments. What it doesn’t include is comparison numbers from prior years. And while the report most likely succeeds at swaying its donors to give even more money and may impress those who haven’t a clue what Planned Parenthood’s business numbers have looked like for the past 65 years or so, a historical look at the numbers paints an entirely different picture of the abortion giant. 

STOPP is in a unique position to present historical comparisons of Planned Parenthood numbers, since it is the only organization working to eliminate the abortion giant that has compiled detailed Planned Parenthood statistics reaching all the way back to the 1950s. read more...
Derogatory labels for people
2015.01.21 - 9:00am - Mark Davis Pickup
Words can be so cruel and degrading. There was a time in the 19th century when North American natives were commonly called “savages.” The term was used to dehumanize [our] nation’s [first] people in order to take their land. 

I remember a time when people with a mix of Aboriginal-European descent were called “half-breeds.” Somebody at the time might have said it was meant merely to describe rather than to demean, and that would have been a lie. The term half-breed was always used to cast an individual in a negative light and belittle him/her. Happily, I have not heard anyone use that term in decades. The métis are coming into their own. Injustices of yesteryear are finally being addressed and corrected. read more...
Every life a universe: How one life can radically redefine the meaning of another
2015.01.19 - 11:45am - Celebrate Life Magazine
“You tell Cory I love him,” Heath said. There. He’d done it. What was so hard about that?

Heath White had just returned home from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he’d run a marathon with a new friend named Cory. Before saying goodbye, Cory had said, “I love you.” And all Heath had managed to get out in response was, “No, man; this is all about you.” But as sincere as he had been—it had been all about Cory at that moment—it had bothered him all the way home. Why can Cory say, “I love you” and I can’t say it back? he wondered. So he’d done the next best thing. As soon as he got home, he fired up his computer and dispatched an e-mail to Pastor Keith Loy back in Sioux Falls, who had facilitated the tandem. “The next time you see Cory,” he wrote, “you tell him I love him.” read more...
Man wakes up after 12 years in 'vegetative state': reveals, 'I was aware of everything'
2015.01.16 - 11:00am - LifeSiteNews
Martin Pistorius hates Barney. And it's no wonder why. For 12 years, while he was in a coma that doctors described as a "vegatative state," nurses, thinking that he couldn't see or hear anything, played endless re-runs of Barney as he sat, strapped into his wheel chair. 

But Martin wasn't the "vegetable" that doctors said he was. In fact, he could see and hear everything. read more...
Neuroscience has proved that porn is literally making men's brains more childish. Seriously.
2015.01.16 - 10:00am - LifeSiteNews
Two hundred years ago in the U.K., if you said you were going to a “gentleman’s club,” it was understood you were going to a private upper-class establishment where you could relax, read, play parlor games, get a meal, and gossip with others of your class. Today, in the U.S., if you said you were going to a “gentleman’s club,” it is assumed you will be paying to see a striptease in a low-lit bar.

Is this really what should typify a “gentleman”?