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Mona Lisa Smiles….again?!

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Live Action films has produced yet another video in which a Planned Parenthood clinic worker helps a minor raped by a man twice her age avoid the law – this time also deftly working around parental consent laws.

In West Virginia, a minor does not have to get a parent’s consent to have an abortion if a judge deems the child competent to make her own decision. And, if FOCA becomes law, she wouldn’t even need a judge.


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February 4, 2009 at 3:01 am

Mona Lisa Frowns

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In this week’s West Virginia Record, my commentary on what I call “the ugly underbelly of the abortion industry” (not that there’s an attractive part of that industry) entitled, “Mona Lisa Frowns” appears.

I begin my commentary with the following two scenarios:

Picture this. A young woman, appearing to be about 13 years old, stumbles into a medical clinic. Her hair has been pulled out in places. Her clothes torn. She bleeds from her face, has scratches all over her torso, and bears bruises that are the hallmarks of sexual abuse. Her face expresses the fear that is unique to someone having just been raped by a man more than twice her age. 

Now picture this. A young woman, appearing to be about 13 years old, walks cautiously into a medical clinic. Her hair is finely kept. Her clothes immaculate. There are no signs of blood, no scratches, or signs of abuse whatsoever. Her face expresses the fear of having to reveal that the man with whom she has just had sex — a man more than twice her age — is going to be a father.

Of course, the twist is the health care provider’s response.  To read the commentary in it’s entirety, please visit the online home of The West Virginia Record.

When you are done, watch the videos linked below, from the project, “Operation: Mona Lisa Smiles.”

Further Food for Thought:

The Planned Parenthood Cover Up

The Planned Parenthood Cover up – Part 2 

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Written by Jeremy Dys

January 8, 2009 at 2:41 pm

Abortion Hurts Women

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New Harris Poll, billboard tells the truth about abortion.


A new Harris Poll has discovered that most pro-choice politicians and incoming President Barack Obama are out of touch on the abortion issue with the American people.


The mainstream media would have us all believe that Americans want fewer abortion laws. Laws pertaining to parental notification, informed consent, and partial birth abortion will all be under attack with the abortion-friendly congress and Obama administration. But these are the precise laws that more Americans want to see tightened and enforced. As well as protection for doctors and nurses from being forced to perform abortions against their consciences.


The pro-life movement in California is fighting back with a 20×60 sign that reads Abortion Hurts Women and information on getting in touch with post-abortion counselors.


Others, like the pro-life office of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, which sponsored the recent Harris Poll, are using education to reach out to politicians concerning the will of the American people.


“These findings are remarkable. This research indicates how out of touch pro-abortion groups are with mainstream America,” said Deirdre McQuade, spokeswoman for the Conference of Catholic Bishops.


So what were the results of the poll? The poll found:


Only 9% of Americans favor abortion on demand for any reason during a nine month pregnancy.


88% of Americans favor informed consent laws which would provide women seeking abortion information on the risks and alternatives to abortion.

76% believe there should be conscience rights to protect doctors and nurses from performing procedures which violate their conscience and/or faith.


 73% support parental notification laws so that a minor cannot obtain an abortion without first informing her parents.


68% of Americans favor banning partial-birth abortion.

63% of Americans favor banning all taxpayer funded abortions.


Most of these statistics show a 3-1 ratio, with the rest showing a 2-1 ratio, which is so astounding considering the current abortion laws that exist in the United States. This begs the question, if a major majority of Americans support these laws on abortion, why aren’t the current laws being changed? Why aren’t the American people being allowed to vote on this issue?


Quite simply I would say that abortion merchants such as Planned Parenthood, with their millions of dollars of taxpayer funding are in the ears of Washington lawmakers. They ignore the facts, ignore the risks to women’s health, and in many cases, ignore the law, as seen in the videos exposing Planned Parenthoods cover up of the rape of a 13 year old girl. Here you will see the proponents of death work diligently to restrict the information people have about life.


It must be understood that life is the most fundamental and inalienable right protected in the Constitution of the United States. Life must be fiercely defended if we ever hope to remain a civilized nation that deserves respect and admiration from others. Without the protection of life it is not possible for a nation or a people to claim to be great.


The fact that our Creator has endowed us with certain inalienable rights, such as life, cannot be ignored and overlooked anymore. Death merchants such as Planned Parenthood should be held accountable for their illegal practices. And the lawmakers in Washington need to get back in touch with the desires of the American people regarding the sanctity of life.


This is not a pro-life, pro-choice issue. This is not a Democrat or Republican issue. This issue cuts across every political and socio-economic line and reaches to each one of us personally. As the bumper sticker says, “Aren’t you glad your mother chose life.” Now let’s do the same for the millions of voices that cannot speak.


Further Food for Thought:


The Planned Parenthood Cover up – Part 2


Physicians’ Conscience Clear…For Now


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Planned Parenthood Cover-Up, part 2

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For the second time in a month, Planned Parenthood is exposed for (1) not reporting statutory rape, (2) teaching minors how to circumvent parental notification laws, and (3) showing a blatant disregard to the lives of both the pre-born and our young teens.

Written by Jeremy Dys

December 16, 2008 at 6:02 pm

The Planned Parenthood Cover Up

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Ok, so it’s a known fact that we’re not huge fans of Planned Parenthood – the nation’s leading profiteer in the abortion industry.  We don’t like the fact that they get millions of our tax dollars to provide abortion-on-demand services.  We don’t like for a minute that they get a few bucks to hold “safe-sex seminars” that teach teens deviant sexual behavior, provide sex-ed curriculum to 5 and 8 year-olds in the public school, and give 4th graders a field trip to buy condoms.

But it really chafes us when Planned Parenthood – who repeatedly asserts that it exists to supposedly assist children and families AND help indigent clients afford birth control – refuses to report the statutory rape of a child.  And then, they have the audacity to charge the poor kid for birth control and teach her how to circumvent the law to get a morning after pill.  What?  Was the $300 million of our tax dollars not enough?  Watch the video above and you’ll see just what I’m talking about.

Planned Parenthood is nothing more than a profiteering racket that would not survive the year if pulled from the pork of wasteful government today.

And lest you think this the first time Planned Parenthood has swept the rape of a child under the rug, think again:

(Hat Tip: Live Action Films).

Food for Further Thought:

Planned Parenthood Gift Certificate of Health

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Written by Jeremy Dys

December 4, 2008 at 2:38 pm