Wednesday, November 28, 2012

ALL Pro-Life Today: The purpose of school in a one-world government -- Part 1

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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

The purpose of school in a one-world government----Part 1
By Camille Giglio

Did you know that it was the responsibility of your Department of Education to control birth rates in local communities? The Los Angeles Unified School District----LAUSD----certainly thinks it is. On June 5, 2012, the Los Angeles Times reported that a Planned Parenthood clinic has been very quietly operating on the campus of Roosevelt High School in the mainly Latino neighborhood of Boyle Heights in Los Angeles. This is not just the school nurse sitting in the school Wellness Clinic checking temperatures and issuing aspirin. No. This is a full service walk-in reproductive services extension of one of Planned Parenthood's local abortion clinics.

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One News Now

Not many parents are aware that Planned Parenthood has secured millions in ObamaCare funding for its sex education course. But when parents do find out about it, their outrage changes things. Without parents' knowledge, Planned Parenthood is being awarded $75 million annually to enter public schools in the nation's Northwest to teach its "Teen Outreach Program" to students. Jim Sedlak of the American Life League (ALL) describes the likely outcomes of this course.


Former Planned Parenthood clinic manager Abby Johnson has some good news to share: her pro-life organization is currently helping five abortion workers from the same clinic in Atlanta to leave the abortion industry. "God is up to something BIG in Atlanta!" said Johnson in an update to supporters of her charity, And Then There Were None (ATTWN). ATTWN was founded by Johnson to help former abortion workers such as herself transition out of the abortion business. Johnson said that three of the five abortion workers in the Atlanta clinic have already found new employment, and that the abortion clinic is down to just two workers. "We are praying for the closing of this clinic!" she said.

Houston Chronicle

An infant girl born with all the right parts but a key one in the wrong place is recovering at Texas Children's Hospital, five weeks after she was delivered with one of the rarest of heart defects. Texas Children's doctors reported on the remarkable case of Audrina Cardenas, who was born with much of her heart outside her body, a highly unusual condition that's usually fatal within the first few days after birth. The doctors said her prognosis is favorable.