MORE UNDERCOVER VIDEO: Ky abortion counselor’s medical misinformation, disregard of child sex abuse law part of long-term abortion industry deception
Here’s another Live Action video of the same Louisville, Kentucky facility and employee giving wrong information to the 14-year-old girl (undercover student Lila Rose) in her office about when formation of her child begins.

Before working for the CPLC, I didn’t know anything about when a baby is scientifically forming. And that was fine because nothing in my previous job would have been affected by me knowing or not knowing when a baby is formed in the womb.

But this woman is supposedly a trained professional in her field. She’s giving information that people are going to use to make life and death decisions with, literally. What kind of training are these people getting? This is something she should have known or researched.

I want to give this woman the benefit of the doubt. Let’s say she’s a caring compassionate individual who really thinks she’s doing the right thing by helping these ladies kill their unborn babies, hide it from their parents and give them lots of birth control pills so that they will be physically liberated to have a happy life of premarital sex and future abortions.

That might sound good in la-la bizarro land, and that female employee might feel good at the end of her day that she helped a poor little girl out of a "terrible" situation, but that woman doesn’t have to live the consequences of that day’s decisions. That employee doesn’t have to carry the burden of loss, regret, depression, guilt and shame that the adult woman that was that vulnerable 14-year-old child will someday have to come to terms with.

Lila might not have been really pregnant, but those possibly hundreds of young girls the employee admitted to seeing in her office every day really do have a life growing inside of them.

It’s not just this one isolated female employee in Kentucky. This is what happens when an industry (yes, it is an industry) is not regulated like other sensitive industries are run. They can break pesky state laws because they have friends in high places with deep wallets that will come to their legal defense. This is a business to them, a very profitable business with political agendas and a long, dark history.

Thank you Lila and her crew for doing what they do! You can help show people what’s really going on by spreading this video everywhere you are, Facebook, twitter, YouTube, MySpace and your e-mail!
EXPOSED: Undercover Video Shows Kentucky Abortion Center Failing to Report Child Sex Abuse
Lila Rose and her peeps over at Live Action just keep the film coming. This time they expose an abortion center in Louisville, Kentucky failing to report child sex abuse between a pregnant 14-year-old girl (undercover student Lila Rose) and a 31-year-old man.

Live Action has previously released videos of statutory rape cover-up at Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in Bloomington, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Memphis, TN, Birmingham, AL, Los Angeles, CA, Tucson, AZ, Phoenix, AZ, and Milwaukee, WI.

Prompted by a Live Action video, the Alabama Health Department placed the Birmingham clinic on probation after conducting its own investigation which found 9 legal violations.

Rose urges officials in Kentucky to follow suit: “State authorities need to investigate this Louisville abortion clinic and hold them accountable to the law,” Rose insists. “Until they do, young girls will be put at risk of continued sexual abuse.”

Jill Stanek has some good background info on this facility on her pro-life blog http://www.jillstanek.com/new-revelations-in-latest-live.html.
EXPOSED: American Idol 'Gives Back' - to groups that support abortion
Hold those dialing fingers, America! This morning from Examiner.com:

Life Decisions International has taken the lead in making everyone aware that the TV Program called "American Idol" is (and apparently has in the past) aligning itself with pro-abortion groups. They have reported a little know fact that among the groups benefiting this year's "Idol Gives Back" fund-raising campaign are Save the Children and the United Nations Foundation. "Idol Gives Back," which airs tonight, will feature several celebrities who will urge Americans to make a donation.

Save the Children has a working relationship with what it calls "prominent international organizations." Several of these groups are actively pro-abortion, including Better World Fund, Center for Reproductive Rights, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Population Action International, and the U.S. Committee for UNICEF.

Several divisions of the United Nations have donated funds to Planned Parenthood and the body has wholeheartedly embraced its abortion and population control agenda.

"It is laudable that the people involved with 'American Idol' want to help the poor," said LDI President Douglas R. Scott, Jr. "But it is tragic that they would choose to do so through groups like the Save the Children and the United Nations Foundation. These groups have far too much deadly baggage."

Of course, what many people do not know, because "American Idol" has not chosen to mention it, is that Simon Cowell is the chief executive officer of International Save the Children. This is surely why Save the Children was selected as a recipient charity.

Scott urges that "If you believe the plight of preborn children is as important as the plight of the poor, do not participate in 'Idol Gives Back,'" Scott urged. "We are caring people who want to do our part to help those less fortunate, but we will do so through organizations that do not view the killing of human beings as a 'solution' to poverty and other adult-created problems."

It is worth noting that "American Idol" recently supported a fund-raising campaign by Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles.

(Source: Jake Jones at Examiner.com)
Contraceptives: A one-sided issue on Wikipedia (and not the side that’s showing the truth)
I was doing contraceptive research yesterday for our updated education page on the CPLC website, and being a product of my generation, I found myself on Wikipedia “the free encyclopedia.” I was really only on there for kicks. I didn’t think I’d find anything of real use, until I saw this (emphasis mine):

Abstinence as a long term method is not 100% effective in preventing pregnancy: not everyone who intends to be abstinent refrains from all sexual activity,[29] and in many populations there is a significant risk of pregnancy from nonconsensual sex.[30] As a public health measure, it is estimated that the protection provided by abstinence may be similar to that of condoms.[31] Some authorities recommend that those using abstinence as a primary method have backup method(s) available (such as condoms or emergency contraceptive pills).[32]"

Let’s review. Assume “nonconsensual sex” = rape or incest. Are we to believe that according to this entry, abstinence is not 100 percent effective to prevent pregnancy because of the .005 percent chance that you’ll get raped or be a victim of incest?

Are we also to believe that “as a public health measure” you run just as much chance getting pregnant as an abstinent person by rape or incest than as a sexually active person using a condom?

And that “some authorities” suggest that abstinent people stock up on condoms and emergency birth control pills just in case?

This entry should have been filed under “Are you kidding me?”

It’s clear from this analysis of the practice of abstinence and the first two paragraphs of history of birth control that sing high praises of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger that the person who wrote and cited in this entry is pro-contraceptive.

What they’re not telling you
It’s what I didn’t find that agonized me. There are ZERO mentions of the documented harmful side effects and deaths caused by contraceptive use.

Regardless of the source, it’s irresponsible of Wikipedia to allow the entry creator to promote so many forms of “birth control” without promoting the statistics of how many condoms fail to prevent the spread of HIV in the US and all over the world, the harmful side effects, and even deaths as a result of using these methods.

Contraceptive truth
“Contraceptives” is the general term used since 1891 to describe “the deliberate prevention of conception or impregnation by any of various drugs, techniques, or devices.” “Birth control” is a term used in today’s society. The problem is that these methods don’t “control” birth. They exist to potentially facilitate the death of an unborn child.

But that doesn’t sell as well in a glossy magazine ad.

It was the third entry that came up after I typed in Birth control in the Google search engine. Planned Parenthood was the first entry. Not much of a diverse amount of information there. Just a warning. Be weary of information when you read things like “reproductive rights,” “family planning,” or “equal preventive access.”

We’re in the process of updating our Contraceptives page to look a bit more like our new Abortion page, but until then, here are some good sources for real information about contraceptives.


I’m also working on trying to edit the actual Birth Control Wikipedia page, but I’m having trouble with the program. For those of you who are more technically inclined than me, please feel free to give the editing button on Wikipedia at try. Let me know how it goes.
Photo: Wednesday Funny Break

“If I stare long enough, the bottle will come to me.”

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An epidemic: Misplaced trashcan concern from the media
One of today’s major headlines read: “Discarded Palin contract sparks investigation.”

Some California college students found Sarah Palin’s supposed speaking contract in a trash bin after “getting a tip” that people would be shredding documents on that day. They found “Watergate”-like information about her flight preferences from Alaska, which surprise, surprise, doesn’t actually tell the whole story.

Forget how you feel about the former Vice Presidential nominee. It pains me to think that this “breaking news” about what some celebrity/political figure’s secret trashcan finding was the scandal mainstream media was working on into the wee hours of the morning.

If they are truly concerned about what kind of secret scandalous things lie beneath dumpster lids, why doesn’t today’s headline read “Discarded baby arms, legs and heads spark investigation?”

Shame on the major media outlets for their blatant lack of perspective on what constitutes trashcan outrage.

Abortion as a visual debate?

Even this rare October 2009 article from The New York Times about the use of graphic images of babies found in dumpsters to show the reality of abortion is written for the “Photography, Video and Visual Journalism” section not for hard news. The Times should be applauded for showing the images, but this article falls short by not following through to the bigger picture.

In “Behind the Scenes: Picturing Fetal Remains” by Damien Cave, there is no call to arms, no clamoring for more investigations in other cities in other trash bins in parts of the county. There is no interview with a medical board or country health authority for acknowledgement of violations.

The author isn’t even questioning the fact that bloody baby arms and legs are being unceremoniously thrown into back alley dumpsters like fast food wrappers from someone’s lunch. The author is looking at the visual appeal or lack thereof of the use of these images. There are no follow up articles, no pick ups in other media outlets.

Just skimming through the 304 comments associated with the article, shows how hostile the audience is to the idea of using the images of the aborted torn apart babies. This is the environment we find ourselves in, and it is left to ordinary citizens—you and me—to take to the blogosphere and Youtube (warning: graphic images) to expose these harsh realities. We can’t help that the media is buying their own manure about what deems investigation, but we can make our voices heard by sending emails, making phone calls and talking face to face to the stations and newsrooms telling them about the “breaking news” that is allowed to continue every day all over our country.

Thank you to those out there who do continue these conversations online, in your homes and, most importantly, in your prayers.
We’re back!
Thanks to everyone who made the 17th Annual Bishop’s Dinner a success! It was a great night of fellowship and inspiration from Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and Chair of the U.S. Bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities, and former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson.

We’ll be adding photos and more about the event later. For now, here’s a CPLC video that was shown to the more than 2,300 attendees Saturday night during the dinner at the Hilton Anatole Dallas.