Wednesday, August 31, 2011


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Wednesday, August 31, 2011
A Beast

Judie Brown
Has America lost the ability to discern between what's right and what's wrong? Has sin become so commonplace that, like an unseen beast who lurks in a dark corner, we do not notice it until it overpowers us? Today's guest commentary examines the role of sin, and thus abortion, in our lives and explains how we can work to slay this beast.             


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Planned Parenthood funds in Kansas restored by federal judge

Miami Herald       

A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Kansas to restore federal family planning funds to Planned Parenthood as the case is appealed.  U.S. District Judge Thomas Marten ruled that the funding should be provided to Planned Parenthood on a quarterly basis, not the monthly allocation sought by the state.

Planned Parenthood behind Dubuque building purchase           

TH Online
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland announced today it will open a new location in Dubuque, but the news has a local credit union facing a quandary. Planned Parenthood plans to move to 3365 Hillcrest Road, a building that had been owned by DuTrac Community Credit Union, and the former home of Comprehensive Rehab. Tom Anderson, senior vice president of operations at DuTrac Community Credit Union, said DuTrac sold the building to Hillcrest Development LLC, unaware that Planned Parenthood was the intended occupant.  
Over 1,000 hairstylists commit to talk about abortion at their shops

Life Site News        

A new approach to get information about the high abortion rate among black women in the U.S. to thousands of people was launched at a trade show for barbers and hair stylists in Atlanta over the weekend, reports Christina Martin of Bound4Life.  According to the organizers of the "Samson Project" - named for the long-haired Nazirite of the Old Testament - over 1,000 people committed to watching their DVD, and talking about abortion's tragic impact on the black community in their shops.