last night I couldn't go to sleep after reading some
GREAT news — so I thought I'd share it with you to mark
the end of 2011, and to look forward to whatever great
things God has in store in 2012! Ever since first getting involved in pro-life efforts in
1998 — when Planned Parenthood announced plans to build
an abortion facility in my town — one thing that has
always been a bit disheartening for me is when Planned
Parenthood releases its annual report. Year after year, despite the best efforts of the
pro-life movement, Planned Parenthood's abortion numbers
and revenue dollars have continued to go up and up … … UNTIL NOW. The abortion giant just released the annual report for
its last fiscal year (2009-2010) and these numbers have
FINALLY begun to decline! Here are the stats … Abortions at Planned Parenthood:
* 2009: 331,796
* DOWN in 2010: 329,445 Planned Parenthood Total Revenue (income):
* 2009: $1.10 Billion
* DOWN in 2010: $1.04 Billion Now, I realize that these are not huge declines — and
the abortion numbers still demonstrate a STAGGERING loss
of life — but the tide has begun to turn. And these numbers were from BEFORE 2011, a year the
abortion chain's president, Cecile Richards, just
described to abortion advocates as "the most difficult
year in our history." 40 Days for Life campaigns have been conducted outside
of more than 135 Planned Parenthood facilities this fall
alone, and it is clear that your prayers and faithful
efforts ARE paying off. Let's commit to build on this momentum in 2012! Know how much I appreciate you, Deacon. Hope you
and your family have a blessed New Year. For Life, David Bereit
40 Days for Life PS- Thanks to everyone who has made generous year-end
gifts to 40 Days for Life! If you still wish to make a
tax-deductible donation before midnight tonight, go to:
http://40daysforlife.com/donate 40 Days for Life 10908 Courthouse Road
- New NH law puts limits on girls' abortions; minors must tell parents
- Abortion clinic in Texas performed Christmas Eve abortions
- 2010: Planned Parenthood aborted 10 times the number of babies they helped
- Will a Santorum surprise in Iowa upset the GOP primary?
- The abortion industry's greatest hits in 2011
- Desperate measures: IVF yields a 54-year old first-time mom
Posted: 31 Dec 2011 08:00 AM PST
Starting with the New Year, pregnant girls seeking abortions must tell their parents or get a judge's OK under a requirement reinstated by conservative Republicans over a gubernatorial veto.
Posted: 31 Dec 2011 07:39 AM PST
Who would work in an abortion clinic on Christmas Eve? Who would schedule her child to be aborted on Christmas Eve? Surely, even non-Christians can recognize this day as holy to others. But for the abortion industry the day-to-day business of scheduled, purchased death, there are few holidays.
Posted: 31 Dec 2011 07:37 AM PST
A new annual report the Planned Parenthood abortion business released this week shows it helped fewer pregnant women with prenatal care and the number of pregnant women it referred for adoptions declined as well.
Posted: 31 Dec 2011 07:00 AM PST
I have heard it before; it happens every four years. They say "Do not insist on the "social" issues, just trust the Republicans". Translated – trust the establishment Republicans. Another refrain is, "just elect them to office and they will be better than the Democrats".
Posted: 31 Dec 2011 07:00 AM PST
I think many will agree with me that 2011 was a pivotal year for the pro-life movement. Let’s take a moment to look back at some of the hits the abortion industry suffered during 2011:
Posted: 31 Dec 2011 03:32 AM PST
Desperate for a baby at any cost, no matter how morally reprehensible, Anh-Hoh Le cashed in her retirement investments and had IVF in America, before coming home to have her son delivered in Melbourne on September 30, 2009.