Tuesday, April 26, 2011

ALL Pro-Life Today: Planned Parenthood's Long-Standing War on God

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Monday, April 25, 2011
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 Judie Brown 
Planned Parenthood's Long-Standing War on God 


History has shown that Planned Parenthood holds religion and a belief in God with much disdain. With the release of a recent study regarding the use of contraceptives, this organization attempts to make it seem like it is OK that people with strong religious beliefs have no problems using contraception-and do so regularly. Judie Brown will help us see the fallacy behind this and reiterates the reasons why taxpayer funding cannot continue for Planned Parenthood.                                                


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