What Disturbs Me …


I recently received a reply to a Facebook post “Profiting from Late-Term Abortion and the Fierce Fight to Keep it Legal” stating:

“It disturbs me to see how people treat people these days.

It disturbs me to see how women treat other women.

It disturbs me to sit idly by and listen as politicians make regulations for a part of my body they should have no opinion of.”

I agree with the first two statements wholeheartedly; however, with all due respect, I could not disagree more with the third statement regarding the “part of her body” that politicians regulate. So in response, I’ve decided to voice what disturbs me.

The Truth: Who Profits from Late-term Abortions?


As the United States faces historic budgetary problems, there is one industry that is not only thriving, but continues to be bolstered by hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars.  Shockingly, that favored industry is none other than the abortion industry, and as always, the primary beneficiary of those taxpayer dollars is none other than Planned Parenthood.

In what has become a tragic annual occurrence, yesterday we were all again reminded of the gigantic and ever-growing abortion business that is Planned Parenthood.  This reminder came in the form of Planned Parenthood’s 2011-2012 Annual Report, in which the largest abortion provider in the world admitted to taking more than half a billion dollars in taxpayer funding and performing nearly 334,000 abortions during a timeframe in which prenatal services and adoption referrals were essentially non-existent.

The Kermit Gosnell Trial – 2013


Highlights Concerning the Kermit Gosnell Trial:


LifeNews has compiled a list of the ten most horrific revelations to emerge from the trial — many of which have gone unreported.

Warning: The eye-witness testimony below is nauseatingly graphic and deeply upsetting:

1)  A young woman who worked at Kermit Gosnell’s abortion clinic as a teenager testified that she saw a baby’s chest move even after the gruesome snipping procedure Gosnell used to end the baby’s life. “The chest was moving,” she testified. The baby was so large that another worker even took a cellphone picture of it. Prosecution experts, based on the picture, say the baby was well past 24 weeks, the legal limit for abortion in Pennsylvania.

March – 2013


Paraphrasing one of America’s founding documents: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all human beings are created equal and are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, among which is the right to life…”

Abortion is an issue most Americans don’t think about, only knowing whether they lean pro-choice or pro-life, or perhaps somewhere in the middle.  It is a hotly political argument, and one that is usually avoided.  Regarding abortion itself,  they usually feel it has no direct impact on them or their life.