Breaking laws: Alabama Planned Parenthood caught in the act
Undercover UCLA student Lila Rose caught Planned Parenthood in Alabama breaking statutory rape reporting laws. After finding out that a Tennessee Planned Parenthood was breaking similar laws, the state pulled funding earlier this month.

Keep up the good work, Lila and the rest of the Live Action team!

Pro-Life News Quickies June 25, 2009
Rome, Italy -- Pope Benedict XVI will meet with President Obama while he is in Italy for the G8 summit, a meeting of the world’s wealthiest nations.

Good News: Tennessee Ends Planned Parenthood Funding
State Legislature, Tennessee -- After being exposed by undercover college student Lila Rose for ignoring statutory rape laws in Memphis, state votes to cut $1.1 million in funding.

Catholic Answers sues IRS, alleging ‘intimidation’ on political issues
El Cajon, California -- The apologetics organization Catholic Answers has filed suit against the Internal Revenue Service claiming the federal tax collection agency has “intimidated” churches and non-profit groups into silence on politically controversial moral issues like abortion.

Women's Group Challenges Komen for the Cure to Debate Abortion, Breast Cancer
Washington, D.C. -- A women's group that educates the public on the link between induced abortion and breast cancer is challenging Komen for the Cure to a public debate. Komen has upset pro-life advocates for ignoring the abortion-breast cancer link and giving grants to Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion business.

Scary: Indian woman forced to undergo five abortions by husband and in-laws sues
Ahmedabad, India -- The woman filed a police complaint on Sunday accusing her husband and in-laws of mental and physical torture.
PETA gets it right, but oh, so wrong
We got a call this morning from Jody, who wanted to let us know that she was outraged by PETA’s statement chastising President Obama for killing a fly during an interview with CNBC yesterday.

Here’s the deal. Alisa Mullins wrote this on the official PETA blog this morning about the fly swatting “He (Obama) isn't the Buddha, he's a human being, and human beings have a long way to go before they think before they act.”

Translated: Even though he was being taped for national television indoors, Obama should have been humanitarian enough to stop what he was doing, think about the compassion he should have for the life of this fly and all who would be affected by its death, and find a more life-friendly way of dealing with this precious, fragile creature, aka the fly.

That’s all well and good, but if you’re going to scold the President of the United States for not having compassion and a life-friendly attitude toward something, shouldn’t it be for something like, say, I don’t know, a human life or more specifically, the life of an unborn child?

This is where PETA gets it wrong time and time again. Don’t get me wrong. I love animals. I’ve taken in my share of strays (cats, raccoons, opossums), but a line has to be drawn between the life of an animal and the life of a human being. PETA obviously doesn’t get that. I’d like to see them get behind the cause of the most popular mammal on the planet – the human race!

This is what Jody called to tell us. She said she rang up PETA before contacting us to give them a piece of her mind, too. Good point, Jody. Well put.

Oh, the horror.

Another Chuck Norris joke! Oh, wait, it’s for real.
In a column published on WorldNetDaily.com, tough guy actor Chuck Norris goes through a whole list of reasons “Why Obama scares me, too”, including President Obama’s lack of urgency and understanding for protecting the unborn.

"You [Obama] scare me because you claim to be a fighter for minorities and constitutional promises of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, yet what greater minority can be defended than those in the womb, against whom you have already enacted more pro-abortion-related laws than anyone since Roe v. Wade?"
I have to say this surprised me at first, but way to go Chuck! I guess the column is a warm up before “Law” and “Order” get involved. Ha.

(If you got the joke, thanks for laughing.)

Click here to read the whole column on WorldNetDaily.com
Pro-Life Blogger named “Worst Person in the World” by Pro-Abort Media Figure
Pro-life blogger Jill Stanek was named “Worst Person in the World” by MSNBC commentator Keith Olbermann on June 4. Stanek will be one of our guest speakers at our 2009 Pro-Life Boot Camp in late July.

“…I proudly accept my award. Thank you for the badge of honor, Keith!” Stanek wrote on her blog.

My award comes for supposedly making the supposedly last 2 late-term abortionists in the free world sitting ducks for Tiller copycat killers by posting their addresses and photos of their mills. Never mind that I didn't actually post the addresses of LeRoy Carhart and Warren Hern (see posts here and here), had I done so it would have been akin to posting the address of President Obama and being accused of making him a target for nutcases.

Libs, get a brain. These guys both advertise on the web. They want people to know where they operate, pardon the pun.

Tomorrow Keith had best make Google the 'Worst Search Engine in the World!' for posting a map and directions to Carhart's Abortion & Contraception Clinic of Nebraska and Hern's Boulder Abortion Clinic....

Furthermore, Carhart and Hern have enjoyed more positive press in the past 4 days than they've had over the course of their sick and sorry careers, gleefully taking every call from every news organization. Suddenly they're brain-sucking heroes. They love it.

The world needs more “worst” people to stand up for the dignity of life, even if the mainstream media labels you and your readers as wackos. Keep up the good work, Jill.
CPLC husband and wife welcome baby girl!
Jacquelyn Smith, Catholic Pro-Life Committee (CPLC) Youth for Life Director, and her husband Andrew Smith, CPLC Communications Director, welcomed baby Felicity into the world! Felicity was born at 6 p.m. yesterday, weighing 8.9 lbs—the same as 2-year-old big sister Cecilia.

Thank God for small miracles that happen every day. Hey Smith family, way to keep the pro-life movement alive in your home!
George Tiller USCCB Statement
The Catholic Pro-Life Committee may or may not put out an official statement about the shooting death of late-term abortionist George Tiller. Until then, we refer to and fully support the statement put out by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on June 1.

WASHINGTON—Speaking on behalf of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Justin Rigali of Philadelphia, chairman of the bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities, expressed profound regret upon learning of the shooting death of abortion doctor George Tiller.

"Our bishops' conference and all its members have repeatedly and publicly denounced all forms of violence in our society, including abortion as well as the misguided resort to violence by anyone opposed to abortion," Cardinal Rigali said. "Such killing is the opposite of everything we stand for, and everything we want our culture to stand for: respect for the life of each and every human being from its beginning to its natural end. We pray for Dr. Tiller and his family."

Here’s a great clip from Fr. Frank Pavone from Priests for Life talking about the “Biggest danger" of George Tiller's murder.