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    Sunday, January 29, 2006

    "Getting Closer to the End"

    Last week's March for Life combined with the imminent confirmation of Samuel Alito for the Supreme Court has given the pro-life movement some momentum.

    At last week's March for Life, the different starting point for this year's annual March for Life did not go unnoticed by some of the speakers at the annual rally who compared the closer location to the U.S. Capitol to the progress made by the pro-life movement. "We're seven blocks closer" and "getting closer to the end" of legalized abortion, said a speaker giving the opening prayer at the hour-and-a-half rally Jan. 23 on the grounds of the National Mall several blocks from the front of the Capitol building.

    For more on the march, visit:
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    Monday, January 23, 2006

    Women Deserve Better Than Abortion

    That's what the shirt I'm wearing says. I picked it up at the American Collegians for Life annual conference held at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. this past Saturday.

    Today was the "March for Life" and yesterday marked the grim 33rd anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade decision which mandated (somehow) that women have the "right" to abortion. In fact, in the past 3 decades it has come to mean the right to an immediate abortion, which is often forced on women by men, and by society.

    However, Saturday's conference gave me yet another opportunity to interact with hundreds of pro-life college students who made the trip to D.C. from all over the country to "March for Life" and to attend a conference about pro-life activism and how to persuade their peers on college campuses why abortion is wrong and why women deserve better.

    Perhaps the nomination and confirmation of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court is just one step towards restoration of a terrible crime which has led to the deaths of over 40 million innocent children, ripped from their mother's wombs in the ultimate act of murder. As Mother Teresa of Calcutta told us, "The greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion."

    Here is the link to the American Collegians for Life, which is now named, as of Saturday, the Students for Life of America. If you look at the 2006 Conference photos, you might be able to find me in the background talking to students from behind a table. I saw myself in at least 2 different photos, but you have to look close.

    Friday, January 20, 2006

    Pro-Life movement in Delaware Wins Victory

    Thanks to the "A Rose and a Prayer" initative here in Delaware, that myself and hundreds (if not thousands) of concerned citizens were a part of, the pro-life movement in Delaware won a monumental victory - all because it got motivated, and participated in the civic process.

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    The pro-life movement rolls on... we can pat ourselves on the back, but we must stand alert for the next attack on innocent human life.

    Friday, January 13, 2006

    I'm Freakin' Old! Get me my cane.

    Here I am blowing out my candles on my 28th Birthday. It was a great evening... but I'm freakin' old now. I was born on Friday, January 13, 1978... and now it was another Friday the 13th, 28 years later... and it was a full moon too. Posted by Picasa