Can you come to DC tomorrow morning?

Tomorrow morning, March 25th, we will be at the steps of the Supreme Court joining a rally and I hope you can join us!
Tomorrow we must be there as the Supreme Court will hear arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius — the first two cases on the HHS Mandate to reach the high court.

As you know, the HHS Mandate is one of the most controversial parts of Obamacare. It forces employers, pro-life companies, to provide FREE abortion-inducing drugs in their health plans — without any regard to their religious or moral objections.

The Green family, owners of Hobby Lobby, and the Hahn family, owners of Conestoga, are standing for ALL of us who cherish religious and conscience freedom and the sanctity of life by challenging the HHS Mandate in court.

Planned Parenthood, NARAL and other abortion supporting groups are planning a HUGE rally of their own outside the court, so it’s URGENT that those of us who cherish LIFE!, religious freedom and conscience rights to show up and support the Green and Hahn families.

Here are the details:

EVENT: Religious Freedom Rally at the Supreme Court

WHEN: Tuesday, March 25, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

WHERE: U.S. Supreme Court, 1 First St NE, Washington D.C.

We’ll be meeting on First Street, right in front of the court steps. You can get a map and more details here: www.facebook.com/events/204627633079260/

Please make every effort to make it out to the steps of the Supreme Court tomorrow. The prayer vigil starts at 9:30 a.m., but many supporters will be showing up at 8 a.m. to counter-protest a big rally by Planned Parenthood and other abortion advocates.

I hope I’ll see you there!

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NYC High Schools distributing morning-after pills

New York City High Schools are distributing morning-after pills.  This is very disturbing on many different levels.

First of all, the morning-after pill can act as an early abortion.  I know this is very controversial, even in some Christian circles but this is a known fact.  Click here to find out more on how the morning after pill can be an early abortion.

Secondly, if a high school kid wants the morning after pill it is because they have had or are having sex with someone.  Who is that someone?  Is that person 18 years or older?  If so, isn’t that a crime?  Aren’t then criminals being prosecuted?  Or ignored?  Evidence suggests being ignored.  This is a travesty.

Finally, what happened to the sacred parental involvement in their children’s lives?  A very small percentage of parents have opted out of the program.  The question I have is how was this promoted to parents that only produced one to two percent to opt out?  These types of programs shouldn’t be opt out, they should be opt in.  As a parent of children in a public school system I have to send in notes for any of my children to take any sort of medicine, no exceptions – and rightfully so.  But in the case of sexual activity, contraception and potential early abortion pills ignore the will of the parents?  The morning-after pill and other similar forms of chemical contraception have been known to have serious side effects.  Click here to learn more.

Say NO! To Abortion Pills in Vending Machines – Sign this petition today!

Earlier this week we learned that Shippensburg University has a vending machine in their Health Center that has, amongst all things, morning-after abortion pills (Plan B). This is outrageous! How is offering morning-after abortion pills to young college students possibly pregnant, scared and in need of some real help – health care? It’s not! To think or say that it is is just political correctness run amok, factually incorrect and/or misguided compassion.

And to offer them in a vending machine? This is beyond outrageous.

I am asking you to sign this petition and “like” the facebook fan page.  If you agree with the statement below go to NoAbortionPillsInVendingMachines.com, sign this statement and share through your social media networks and email lists.  Also, share the facebook fan page on your wall.

Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania is now offering morning after abortion pills (Plan B) to students in a vending machine located at the campus’ health center for $25.

It is obvious that Shippensburg University has placed a higher priority on political correctness than on the safety and well-being of their female students. The birth control pill requires a prescription and a consultation between the patient and doctor before ordering. Plan B is a high-dose version of the birth control which was developed to be taken within 72 hours after intercourse to stop ovulation or abort a newly created human being.

For a university to allow abortion pills to be sold through a vending machine without a doctor’s exam is beyond comprehension. What happened to protecting women’s health? How are vending machine abortions protecting women and giving women in crisis all the facts they need?

I urge you, Dr. William Ruud, President of Shippensburg University, to put your student’s health above politics and political correctness by removing morning-after abortion pills (Plan B) from your vending machine.

Again, if you agree with this go to NoAbortionPillsInVendingMachines.com, sign it and share, “like” the facebook fan page and share it to your wall. Let’s make a difference. Let’s make our voices heard and get these morning-after abortion pills out this vending machine at Shippensburg University.

After you sign the pledge a box pops up asking you to share this petition through your twitter and facebook social networks.  Please do that and help us spread the word.  THANKS!

Family Planning is Sacred Work?

This is a picture taken at the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Virginia Beach.

Planning for Parenthood is Sacred Work?  Really?

Are they saying abortion is their religion? Or over sexualizing young people, getting them hooked on failing contraception and then selling them abortions for a profit is some how religious?  Who is their “god” anyways?

Inquiring minds want to know…

Please, tell me – What do they mean?

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