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Since both Linda and Sylvia were home sick, I had to do more counseling than usual on a Tuesday - I tend to leave that to others on abortion day.  It was a rather busy late morning/ early afternoon.  (Stayed till almost 1:30.) Spoke with both Amy and Kathryn about how difficult it is to be here on Tuesday but especially to counsel.  There were a number of occurrences, but one was particularly heartbreaking.  About 12:30 two young Hispanic women with a little girl went in the front from the 7th St. lot.  I said to one of the young women that this was no place for a Catholic girl...

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Traffic was a little slow this morning at the 8th St. driveway until 10 AM when a single woman entered from across the parking lot. She didn't respond to my offers for help.  Then a young couple drove through. The girl had her head down and the car window was slightly open . I'm sure she could hear me.  They stayed in the parked car for about 10 minutes before an escort accompanied them into the clinic. They were non-responsive to my message of help.  The young man left and returned twice.  He didn't come out of the clinic by the time I left at 11:45AM. Several more cars came through.  One looked like a mom...

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THURSDAY 12/25 Sylvia and I did go to Planned Parenthood today for a couple of hours, but it was evident that no abortions were being done; we had gotten some confused information. It was very much like a regular non-abortion day.  The traffic was light; we had found that weekdays were much lighter than Saturdays, which is why we started focusing on Saturdays several years ago. Sylvia saw five clients in front.  She didn’t give out any brochures but was able to direct a young man seeking STI testing over to the pregnancy clinic, where it is available for free.  The young man gave her...


  • Tues Sept 17th – Church of St. Patrick
    7900 Bee Ridge at 6:30 PM
  • Thurs Sept 26th – St. Bernard Church
    240 S. Harbor Dr at 10:00 AM
  • Friday Sept 27th – Church of the Incarnation
    2901 Bee Ridge Rd at 6:30 PM

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More Babies Were Born After Local Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Closed

Two years ago, Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida warned that it would have to close a facility if a change passed by Congress and signed by Donald Trump were to go into effect, stripping them of Title X Family Planning Funding. Located in the rural and impoverished town of Immokalee, the facility operated as an abortion referral site for an economically vulnerable population. “We’re talking about thousands of people in Collier County,” State Rep. Anna Eskamani, a former Planned Parenthood official, said at the time, suggesting that multitudes would be left without care. But when the Immokalee Planned Parenthood location...

Louisiana Urges Supreme Court to Uphold Pro-Life Law That Saves Babies, Protects Women

The U.S. Supreme Court set a date to hear a high-profile abortion case out of Louisiana and the case of June Medical Services v. Gee is scheduled for oral arguments on March 4 in front of the high court. And when the court makes a decision, Lousiana hopes the justices will side with the pro-life law that will save babies and protect women. The Louisiana law in question requires abortion providers to have hospital admitting privileges for patient emergencies. Soon after it became law in 2014, the abortion facility Hope Medical Group for Women and the pro-abortion Center for Reproductive...

When Babies are Killed in Abortions, They Aren’t Statistics. They are Human Beings

A captivating headline caught my eye recently. The news article, written by Kim Strong for the York Daily Record, was about two 95-year-old women who were the oldest twins living in York County, Pennsylvania. The story noted how different the women were in temperament—one was sassy, the other quiet—yet they shared an unbreakable bond. The article made me stop and think: How many twins never get to see their first birthday—let alone their 95th—because they are aborted in their mothers’ wombs? When twins are aborted, the tragedy is doubled, the heartache intensified. Women pregnant with twins need to be assured of the...

Michael Moore: Pro-Trump White People ‘Are Not Good People,’ ‘Be Afraid of Them

Michael Moore can’t keep his trap shut about President Donald Trump. The documentary director who’s better known as an obnoxious lefty these days provided more insane TDS soundbites just after Christmas. He told Rolling Stone’s progressive audience to be “afraid of white people” because the majority of them voted for Trump. Really, Mike? But we’re supposed to believe you’re one of the good ones? Appearing on Rolling Stone’s podcast, “Useful Idiot,” Moore did the program’s name justice, spouting off some hateful progressive tripe about the moral failings of “white people” as a group because of their hand in electing Trump. Moore...

Head of ACLU Disability Project Thinks It’s Okay to Kill Babies With Down Syndrome...

One would think the head of the ACLU Disability Rights Project would be concerned about the lives of people with disabilities. Right? Wrong. In a new opinion column, Susan Mizner, who supposedly is the spokeswoman for the pro-abortion group on disability issues, defend killing babies with Down syndrome in abortions. Her editorial bashes state legislatures that have voted to ban such abortions in order to protect people with Down syndrome from discrimination. Mizner claims it’s okay to kill such babies because we still live in a society where life is difficult for disabled people and they still face some discrimination. But...


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