Saturday, October 18, 2014

Top 10 up-and-coming ProLife Blogs

It is always heartening to see the vast number of voices speaking up for the innocent and voiceless unborn.
We never cease to be amazed by the vast array of profile ministries in this country.  One excellent gauge for the passion of our cause is simply the number of websites and blogs out there selflessly trying to win hearts and minds to the pro-life cause.

We could make a list a mile long of all the pro-life sites out there, but today we just thought we would highlight some of the great up-and-coming blogs and organizations.   We still love and read Jill Stanek daily, but here are some other blogs to keep an eye on and bookmark.

10.  Generations for Life is the Pro-Life Action League‘s outreach to the new pro-life generation. Generations for Life empowers teens to be effective pro-life leaders by inspiring and helping them to establish lively pro-life clubs within their own high school communities and youth groups.
The Generations for Life Blog is great.  We love the Prayer Challenge and video recently posted and organized by high schoolers. 

9.  Save the Storks  Want to be inspired?  This group is doing something fresh, innovative and extremely valuable every day...follow this blog and you will be filled with hope.  The pro-life cause certainly has genius on its side!

8.  The Quick and the Dead: Planned Parenthood's Brazen Legacy of Debauchery, Defilement, and Death is an always informative blog that has been a round for a while.  But it really caught our attention again recently with the news that George Grant was re-releasing his epic Margaret Sanger biography, Killer Angel.

7.  The Prolife Youth Blog  is another marvelous, youth led blog that just fills one with hope when one reads it.  With bright minds like this on our side, one can imagine a day when abortion will become unthinkable.

6.  Rightly Wired  is more of a Libertarian leaning Conservative news site, than a pro-life blog, but it consistently has very high quality, right to life articles.  Youthful and inspired, if it is not yet on your radar, we encourage you to link to Rightly Wired , check it daily, and can thank us later.

5. Students for Life  is the best.  We can never find enough good things to say about Students for Life. Would have been number one, but it's not really up-and-coming.  It's already there.  The Students for Life site is great, the organization is even better, and the work they do is invaluable.  God bless Students for Life.

4. LiveActionNews is another group that has accomplished so much and that is so valuable to the pro-life movement that it doesn't really belong in the up-and-coming category.  But it is a site we visit daily, and even though Lila Rose already seems like she belongs in the ProLife Hall of Fame, she is only 26!  If we were unborn, we would want these guys on our side.

3. is written by the young members of he Society for the Protection of Unborn Children a UK organization.  It is great to see that the hope, ingenuity and energy we are increasingly seeing is not just a US phenomenon.
2.  Equipped to Engage is an effort by students to help train other students to become leaders in the pro-life cause.  This is a very important effort with an incredible amount of promise.  

1. 40 Days for Life is certainly one of the most important efforts to come along.  A powerful, prayerful effort that has won hearts and minds daily, and closed abortion clinics weekly - it is an answer to all of our prayers.  Reading updates on 40 Days for Life fills us all with Hope!

That's our list.  Sure it's not perfect, and some of these sites aren't even blogs, and some of them aren't up-and-coming they are already there!  But who cares.  We just hope you check out some of these sites and get involved however you can.

And if that's not enough pro-life blogs for you, be sure to check out for an exhaustive list of the all pro-life blogs you will ever need to read.



Thursday, October 16, 2014

Nicole Smith: Abortion: The Selfishness of Eugenics

Wow.  What an awesome article by Nicole Smith at  the American Center for Law and Justice.  The Culture of Death really does come down to Selfishness v Selflessness.  Our ultimate example being Christ on the Cross.  Here is an excerpt but sure to go to  for the complete story.

Abortion: The Selfishness of Eugenics

The miracle of life truly is, well, miraculous. How two cells come together to form, perfectly, a small human life. The way a woman’s body changes to accommodate that new life throughout pregnancy. And even afterward, how a woman’s body can continue to sustain that life.
The full breadth of this miracle struck me more fully just a few short weeks ago when my husband and I discovered we’d soon be expecting the arrival of our own miracle. Instantaneously you’re enveloped with an overwhelming feeling of amazement that you’re now growing a small, human life inside of you. The rush of mixed emotions that washes over you in that moment, the revelation that soon you, a fallen, flawed human-being will be entrusted with the care of a helpless, roly-poly mini-human is humbling and scary.
But even as I thought of the precious son or daughter I soon will have the distinct honor of raising, I could not stop myself from thinking about those who believe that I—for no other reason than because I am a woman—have the “right” to snuff that life out.
Don’t get me wrong; I understand the pro-abortion argument. In fact, I am very familiar with it, as over the years I’ve had many pro-abortion friends and acquaintances. They all have their reasons for supporting that “choice,” whether for themselves or for others, yet there is not one single reason thus far that I’ve been compelled to agree with as I’ve found a majority of those reasons are rooted in either selfishness or Eugenics, and on occasion both.
The selfishness always reveals itself in the story. In college, I had one woman during the telling of her own abortion story express to me that she just didn’t understand why pro-lifers called her and others who support abortion “pro-death.” “After all, I got my abortion because I just wasn’t in a good spot in life and I didn’t want it to suffer. So, you see I’m pro-life, too!”
Shock. Pure shock! She believes she’s pro-life because she chose to kill her child so he didn’t have to suffer? There were no words, just shock at her selfishness and even more shock at her cluelessness about her selfishness.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

African-Americans ask "Why did founder of Planned Parenthood get invited to 13 KKK rallies?"

In her autobiography, Margaret Sanger tells us about one of her visits to a Ku Klux Klan rally:

"I accepted an invitation to talk to the women's branch of the Ku Klux Klan...I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses...I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak...In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered." (Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography, P.366)

Thirteen invitations to speak to the KKK?  For the founder of Planned Parenthood?  Why was she such a popular speaker with the Klan?

Well, the highly respected Black journalist, Lucky Rosenbloom, thinks he knows why.

Here is how Lucky explains it:

Lucky Rosenbloom

What do you suppose Margaret Sanger was talking about that made her so appealing to the KKK? I believe she was talking about killing 14 million Black babies. I suppose she was telling them of a way to kill four thousand “Ns” in four weeks using eugenics and abortions outdoing the number of “Ns” they lynched in 86 years…Planned KillerHood was targeted by Civil Rights Movement activists in the 1960s and ‘70s for its involvement in a ”Black genocide.” Since 1973, legalized abortion has been specifically aimed at the African American population and has killed more Black people than cancer, diabetes, heart disease and gang violence combined…This is a sad day for Black America. We are killing ourselves using the most racist, legalized tools today: abortions.” ~ Black Journalist Lucky Rosenbloom

Was Lucky overreacting?  Well, listen to what this former Ku Klux Klan and White Aryan Resistance leader, Tom Metzger, has to say:

“Covertly invest into non-White areas, invest in ghetto abortion clinics. Help to raise 
money for free abortions, in primarily non-White areas. Perhaps abortion 
clinic syndicates throughout North America, that primarily operate in 
non-White areas and receive tax support, should be promoted.”

Metzger's dream sounds a lot like Sanger's dream Planned Parenthood .

Cartoon by Glenn McCoy

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Margaret Sanger Term Paper Topic: The Negro Project

Students frequently e-mail us looking for a good topic for a report or research paper on Margaret Sanger. Our top recommendation to students is encourage them to research the Negro Project.  It is a disturbing and ugly topic, but the Negro Project needs to be understood by students today. 

The Negro Project was initiated in 1939 by Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood. It was a collaborative effort between the American Birth Control League and Sanger’s Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau.  For a eugenist, it wasn’t controversial. 

Here are some great sites to begin one's research:
at BlackGenocide.Org

The Negro Project   at

The Negro Project at The National Black Pro-Life Union
by Black Student for Life

Abortion Legacy LivesOn  at

There are lots of great resources out there, let us know if you have any additional ideas!

Monday, October 13, 2014

Margaret Sanger Quotes and Links from around the Web

Margaret Sanger Quotes and Links from around the Web

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Margaret Sanger and the Unknown Haikuist

Two of our favorite entries in the Margaret Sanger Art contest  were submitted in the 2007 contest from an unknown Haikuist.   Here they are below:

Margaret Sanger:
She spoke to the KKK.
Abortion hero.

Margaret Sanger:
fan of the Klan
but not of children in the womb.

The entries were very well received and elicited a great deal of support from our readers and from the Haiku community -- ultimately both were awarded honorable mention,  The unknown Hakuist was apparently a reader of  Kevin Miller over at the Heart mind and Strength Blog and responded to his plug of the Art Contest.  Miller's delightful blog appears to now be defunct.  But you can still follow him on twitter at @ProfKevin .

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Flashback: The Catholic Caveman's Margaret Sanger Poem

From Vir Speluncae Catholicus:

There once was this gal name o' Maggie

Was listed on the Ku Klux Klan tally

Her thoughts on the need

To eradicate "weeds"

Was echoed at the Nuremberg Rally 

2007 was a banner year for the Margaret Sanger Art Contest, and we knew we had made it when an entry from one of our alltime favorite blogs,  the Catholic Caveman, jumped into the competition.  The above entry was awarded Honorable Mention.  The Catholic Cave appears to have shut down in January of 2012, but the author's wonderful insights can now be found at the Wilmington Examiner  .  Maybe he will be the one to write the much-needed "Margaret Sanger and the KKK"  screenplay.

We always loved the tag line at THE LAIR OF THE CATHOLIC CAVEMEN:  

The Car Crash of Blogs. You Don't Want To, But You Just Can't Help But Look

Friday, October 10, 2014

Ms. Margaret and the Klan

Ms. Margaret and the Klan

By Carrie Tomko
There once was a woman named Margaret,
Who made Negro babies her target.
She longed to see less of them,
Courted the death of them,
Sanger, this woman named Margaret. 

The wives of the Klansmen who meet
Disguised in voluminous sheet,
Gave her their attention
At secret convention
To learn of her childless technique.

Ms. Sanger was poorly impressed.
Elementary they are she confessed.
So childlike she found them,
Dumbed her talk down for them,
Sanger their arrogant guest. 

The organization she ran
Has snuffed out more blacks than the Klan,
Yet people aren't frighted,
But rather delighted,
Embracing the Parenthood Planned.

This poem was the winner of the 3rd annual Margaret Sanger art contest back in 2007.  The late Carrie Tomko was a popular Catholic blogger.

Thursday, October 09, 2014

"OK, Set Fire to the Crosses, It's Time for the Birth Control Lecture: - Margaret Sanger & the KKK

When Planned Parenthood founder and racist Margaret Sanger spoke to the Ku Klux Klan in 1926, she most certainly spewed the same type of vile, racist Margaret Sanger quotes she always did.

As highly respected African-American journalist, Lucky Rosenbloom, puts it:

What do you suppose Margaret Sanger was talking about that made her so appealing to the KKK? I believe she was talking about killing 14 million Black babies. I suppose she was telling them of a way to kill four thousand “Ns” in four weeks using eugenics and abortions outdoing the number of “Ns” they lynched in 86 years

Wikipedia, without any authoritative citation, would like us to believe otherwise.  Ask yourself, do you really need burning crosses and banners (which were present that night) for a "birth control lecture?" Should we believe Wikipedia or Sanger's own autobiography? The Margaret Sanger Wikipedia entry states, in pertinent part, the following:

In 1926, Sanger gave a lecture on birth control to the women's auxiliary of the Ku Klux Klanin Silver Lake, New Jersey.[37] ... Sanger's talk was well received by the group, and as a result, "a dozen invitations to similar groups were proffered."[37]

The first noteworthy thing in the entry is that nowhere in the Margaret Sanger autobiography does Sanger state that she spoke to the KKK about "birth control."  The "birth control" line has just been thrown in to her Wikipedia entry by Planned Parenthood types to try and soften the blow for those reading for the first time about Margaret Sanger and the Ku Klux Klan.  

Imagine the surprise the typical Feminist Studies major experiences when she first stumbles across the uncomfortable fact that her hero was invited to speak to various hate groups 13 different times.  Woops, Professor Feminazi never mentioned that one in class.  Let's just label these invites "birth control lectures," right?

Here is Sanger's account of her trip to talk to the Ku Klux Klan from pages 366-367 of Margaret Sanger An Autobiograph.  You will see no mention of a birth control lecture but you will note that there were burning crosses:

 Always to me any aroused group was a good group, and therefore I accepted an invitation to talk to the women's branch of the Ku Klux Klan at Silver Lake, New Jersey, one of the weirdest experiences I had in lecturing.


After three hours I was summoned at last and entered a bright corridor filled with wraps. As someone came out of the hall I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses. I waited another twenty minutes. It was warmer and I did not mind so much. Eventually the lights were switched on, the audience seated itself, and I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak


In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered. The conversation went on and on, and when we were finally through it was too late to return to New York.


 Several questions quickly come to mind from this brief account.

1)  If it was a "birth control lecture" as claimed by the Planned Parenthood flunkies editing her Wikipedia page, why were the burning crosses and banners necessary?  Sounds more like a typical hate filled KKK rally.

 2) We note that following the cross burning KKK rally, Sanger received "a dozen invitations to speak to similar groups."  What did Margaret Sanger say to this hate group that lead to so many subsequent invites?

 3) Why have historians by and large simply ignored this event?

 4)  Would it not be fascinating to see a re-enactment of this event?

5) As we have noted before, if Margaret Sanger was a conservative pro-lifer, her name would never appear in print without the label "frequent Ku Klux Klan Speaker."  Why have pro-lifers so far failed to successfully tie Margaret Sanger to the Ku Klux Klan?  Afterall, as Martin Luther King's own niece has noted: “The most obvious practitioner of racism in the United States today is Planned Parenthood, an organization founded by the eugenicist Margaret Sanger and recently documented as ready to accept money to eliminate black babies” - Dr. Alveda King.

We renew our call for pro-life bloggers, movie makers and artists to find unique and innovative ways to educate the public about the hate-filled past that gave birth to the evil empire that is Planned Parenthood.     

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Washington Times Grossu: Margaret Sanger, racist eugenicist extraordinaire

Arina Grossu, the director for the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council, 
set the record straight on leftist hero Margaret Sanger with a great article back in May in the Washington  Times. Read this and you gotta think, "Isn't it time for someone to make the movie, Margaret Sanger and the KKK?"  It would be a blockbuster and devestate the Planned Parenthood PR folks.

GROSSU: Margaret Sanger, racist eugenicist extraordinaire

The founder of Planned Parenthood would have considered many Americans unworthy of life

Recent articles have reported on an unearthed video from 1947 of Margaret Sanger demanding “no more babies” for 10 years in developing countries. A couple of years ago, Margaret Sanger was named one of Time magazine’s “20 Most Influential Americans of All Time.” Given her enduring influence, it’s worth considering what the woman who founded Planned Parenthood contributed to the eugenics movement.
Sanger shaped the eugenics movement in America and beyond in the 1930s and 1940s. Her views and those of her peers in the movement contributed to compulsory sterilization laws in 30 U.S. states that resulted in more than 60,000 sterilizations of vulnerable people, including people she considered “feeble-minded,” “idiots” and “morons.”
She even presented at a Ku Klux Klan rally in 1926 in Silver Lake, N.J. She recounted this event in her autobiography: “I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan … I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses … I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak … In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered” (Margaret Sanger, “An Autobiography,” Page 366). That she generated enthusiasm among some of America’s leading racists says something about the content and tone of her remarks.
In a letter to Clarence Gable in 1939, Sanger wrote: “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members” (Margaret Sanger commenting on the ‘Negro Project’ in a letter to Gamble, Dec. 10, 1939).
Her own words and television appearances leave no room for parsing. For example, she wrote many articles about eugenics in the journal she founded in 1917, the Birth Control Review. Her articles included “Some Moral Aspects of Eugenics” (June 1920), “The Eugenic Conscience” (February 1921), “The Purpose of Eugenics” (December 1924), “Birth Control and Positive Eugenics” (July 1925) and “Birth Control: The True Eugenics” (August 1928), to name a few.
The following are some of her more telling quotes:
“While I personally believe in the sterilization of the feeble-minded, the insane and syphilitic, I have not been able to discover that these measures are more than superficial deterrents when applied to the constantly growing stream of the unfit. They are excellent means of meeting a certain phase of the situation, but I believe in regard to these, as in regard to other eugenic means, that they do not go to the bottom of the matter.” (“Birth Control and Racial Betterment,” Feb. 1919, The Birth Control Review).
“Eugenics without birth control seems to us a house builded upon the sands. It is at the mercy of the rising stream of the unfit” (“Birth Control and Racial Betterment,” Feb. 1919, The Birth Control Review).
“Stop our national habit of human waste.” (“Woman and the New Race,” 1920, Chapter 6).
“By all means, there should be no children when either mother or father suffers from such diseases as tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis, cancer, epilepsy, insanity, drunkenness and mental disorders. In the case of the mother, heart disease, kidney trouble and pelvic deformities are also a serious bar to childbearing No more children should be born when the parents, though healthy themselves, find that their children are physically or mentally defective.” (“Woman and the New Race,” 1920, Chapter 7).
“The main objects of the Population Congress would be to apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring[;] to give certain dysgenic groups in our population their choice of segregation or sterilization.” (“A Plan for Peace,” 1932).
Read the Rest Here:   

GROSSU: Margaret Sanger, racist eugenicist extraordinaire

Saturday, October 04, 2014

"Is there a secret KKK-Planned Parenthood alliance to extinguish the black race in America?" asks R. Dozier Gray

Its always amazing how the media can just choose to ignore certain voices in the African-American community while elevating others.  Why for instance are we always hearing from Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, while a super-intelligent courageous leader like  R. Dozier Gray is completely ignored.  R. Dozier Gray is a member of the national advisory council for the Project 21 black leadership network and is combat veteran with both an expertise in counterterrorism and significant experience in the civilian defense industry.

We ask this, because we recently stumbled upon a very powerful article by Gray entitled Black Genocide and Black Acquiescence in which Gray asks quite pointedly "Is there a secret KKK-Planned Parenthood alliance to extinguish the black race in America?"  

Why aren't more black people against abortion?

To sell a virtually unabated abortion agenda, people are told abortion is necessary for instances in which the life of the mother is at risk.  The need to terminate a child conceived by rape or incest is also cited.

Such reasons may seem logical, but they account for only a small portion of actual abortions.
According to a 1987 study by the Alan Guttmacher Institute, the great majority of abortions - 93 percent - are for social rather than health reasons.  These women don't want their babies because it might interfere with work or school, are too expensive or because of a bad relationship or no relationship with the father.

For blacks, the illogic of abortion proponents should just be the beginning of concern.
A 2008 Guttmacher report states black women are responsible for 37 percent of abortions - well above our percentage of the population in general!

According to the Centers for Disease Control, 472 black babies are aborted for every 1,000 live births in 2004 - roughly one black baby killed for every two born!

Why are blacks so overrepresented in abortion statistics?

People are making abortions more available to blacks.

According to Care Net, 94 percent of abortion clinics can be found in urban areas.  Clinic operators would never say blacks are being targeted, but the history of population control and abortion in America should concern even the most skeptical of black folk.

There are conspiracy theories about AIDS and crack cocaine being intentionally inflicted on blacks.  What about abortion?  Is there a secret KKK-Planned Parenthood alliance to extinguish the black race in America?

It's unlikely the Grand Imperial Wizard has clandestine meetings with the president of the nation's largest abortion provider, but Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger did once address the women's auxiliary of the KKK.

Read the rest here
Black Genocide and Black Acquiescence at the The National Center for Public Policy Research

For more on the Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood, Ku Klux Klan conspiracy check out

The Silver Lake Conspiracy