Thursday, December 16, 2010

Saturday, November 20, 2010

State Must Cancel 'Take Charge', End Bogus Birth Control Boondoggle for Planned Parenthood

Readers of this blog know that we were the first to call attention to a little known state Medicaid program called Take Charge, and have worked hard to get it terminated.

So we were thrilled to discover, originally from Planned Parenthood as it turns out, that the the 10-year-old program is on the chopping block. With record budget shortfalls, Olympia is being forced against their will to find programs to cut. And the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) has indicated that all optional Medicaid programs are fair game.

Take Charge is a federally approved exception to standard Medicaid rules exclusive to Washington State. It means about 50,000 low-income women who normally are above the income cutoff for Medicaid can get free birth control for a year courtesy of taxpayers. (When liberals says 'get the government out of my sex life', they only mean when the government is encouraging the formation of new life, it turns out.)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Who is responsible for the Murder of a Million Innocent Children in Washington?

This is a true story about the “powers that be” behind the scenes in the Washington State Republican Party.

What does it mean if a Republican is an “Establishment Candidate”?

All organizations reflect the guiding ideals of their top leaders. The Washington State Republican Party “Establishment” is the “top” of the Washington State Republican Party and the Party has been guided by, essentially, the same group of people since the 1960s. Despite its grassroots being profoundly influenced in the conservative direction by Presidential politics from the national level, the Washington State Republican establishment at the state level has been most influenced by the philosophy and adherents of a single organization (as they are more than happy to tell you) founded in 1964 to turn the Party away from Goldwater conservatism. This is about their top leadership, from the outset.

Read the rest...

Monday, November 15, 2010

Seattle Area 'Megachurch' Reconsidering Ties to HopeLink Over 'Secret Abortion Taxis'

This blog's exposing of HopeLink's involvement in taking girls to and from abortion clinics -- at taxpayers' expense -- is having some fallout.

The King County organization is best known for food drives and arranging rides for the elderly. But they make the majority of their revenue -- tens of millions of dollars -- as Medicaid Transportation contractors for the state of Washington's Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS).

Part of that work involves taking women and girls getting abortions on the taxpayers' dime to abortion clinics. As reported by AIW earlier this year, nurses at the school health clinics and Hopelink dispatchers revealed that this can even include secret abortions for high school students during school hours, like the Ballard Teen Abortion Scandal earlier this year.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

King County Public Health Hires Doctor who "Loves" Doing Abortions

You may recall that King County's Public Health Department was recently embroiled in controversy because it was revealed that they had helped a teenage Ballard High School student get an abortion without her parents' knowledge.

After that story broke across the country, TJ Cosgrove, spokesman for KC Public Health, stunned the nation by saying he was completely unapologetic about the incident. He added insult to injury by adding that the girl's mother should have known this could happen when she had signed a general waiver allowing emergency medical treatment and transportation.

We have since learned more about KC Public Health's radical pro-abortion agenda. It seems that each year for the last several years they have hired one of the region's most outspoken and enthusiastic late-term abortionist as their primary "Family Planning" contracted physician.

Dr. Deboray Oyer owns and operates Aurora Medical Services, which does abortions up to 19 weeks of pregnancy. Those are fully formed, thumb-sucking babies.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Another Washington State College Attempts to Silence Pro-Life Speech

You may recall the story out of Spokane in 2009 that AIW reported on here, here and here. It concerned the speech rights of students on the campus of public colleges.

Administrators at Spokane Falls Community College "threatened Beth Sheeran and members of a Christian student group with disciplinary measures, including expulsion, if they chose to hold a pro-life event on campus to share information with other students because the message was 'discriminatory' and did not include a pro-abortion viewpoint."

Now administrators at Olympic College in Bremerton are attempting a similar attack against pro-lifers there.

According to a press release from the Anti-Choice Project, "[f]ollowing a decision made this summer by the Olympic College Board of Trustees, the state college plans to revise its free speech policies, relegating non-students who wish to exercise their First Amendment rights to an obscure location described by the school paper as the “least visible on campus”.

The new regulations were prompted after a member of the Anti-Choice Project brought signs on campus "depicting the bloody body parts of allegedly aborted fetuses."  Despite a NYT Magazine story and countless first person testimonies from people who saw an abortion take place, nearly 100% of the mainstream jounalistic population erroneously believes that these pictures are fake. Despite four years of college and a strong commitment to Darwin and the scientific method, for some mystifying reason, the aborted fetus always remain "allegedly" aborted, or perhaps "allegedly" a fetus, in the eyes of most journalists. This confusion continues in spite of various reports and newstories detailing dead babies found in jars, refrigerators, cardboard boxes and in one case a shipping container filled with thousands of dead fetuses. You'd think people still thought Obama was a Muslim.

The free-speech zone idea appears to have grown out of the good old fashioned American management technique known as, "passing the buck". "It was really a response to the students coming to this office," said Sue Riddle, executive assistant to then-Vice President of Student Services Richard MacLennan.

From there, other time-tested American contributions to civilization such as CYA, public relations and "I'm with stupid" t-shirts took over as an ad hoc committee with the Orwellian sounding name -- First Amendment Task Force -- was formed; a committee specifically designed to do the opposite of what the name implied.

According to the Anti-Choice web site, "The Anti-Choice Project has sought legal counsel at this time." I have a feeling Beth Sheeran could give some recommendations.

Let's hope the AG's office and Rob McKenna don't decide to waste more tax payer dollars to try and silence pro-lifers and keep the truth about abortion from the public like they tried to do in Spokane.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Abortion in Washington Calls on Legislature to Shut Down State's Abortion Industry

We are reprinting the following Seattle abortion story from The abortion happened just over a decade ago, and unfortunately the abortion clinics and abortionist are not identified. But chances are they are still doing this today. There only a few individuals who do abortions this late. Was it Dr. Oyer? Was it Dr. Kothenbeutel? Was it Dr. Komarow? Was it Dr. Browne? Or was it Dr. Gibbons? We don't know.


Two years ago, my husband and I went into an abortion clinic in Seattle, WA. I was 26 weeks pregnant. They told me to sign a form stating that I was only 24 weeks along. They also gave me a drug to make me relax and feel sleepy. I was so nervous lying there on the table as they did an ultra sound. It was all so familiar, since I already have 3 other kids at home. Ages 1-5.

I watched the screen and saw my baby's heart beating. Then we watched our baby suck on his hand. They really did not want me to see any of this, but I insisted. I could not believe I was doing this. I looked up at my husband with tears in my eyes, trying to read his thoughts. Maybe he would have second thoughts too. But we both knew we had to go threw with it. I almost died after a c-section with our last child, and we were told that another birth would have the same results. So they took me into another room. They gave me gas to breath and they gave me pain medication.

I lied there with my legs spread apart. As I started to drift off, I was saying to myself "How can I be doing this" About 20 minutes later I was still on the table with a blue cloth draped over me. I pulled the cloth away from my face and looked over at a table a few feet from me. It took my eyes awhile to adjust, but when they did I was horrified to see my little baby boy lying on that cold table. His tiny legs were moving, and his hands were opening and closing. He made sounds like a baby bird. The nurse turned the table around when she was leaving the room, and I looked right into my sons eyes. They pierced threw me with sadness.

It was then that I saw his left arm was hanging on by only skin. When the nurse pushed the table out of the room, I thought for a while maybe my baby is going to live and they are going to take him to another room to fix him. I kind of smiled as she left the room. I was sure I would see my son again. He looked so big and just like any other baby just a little smaller. Well, I never saw him again. I am only left knowing that he suffered and died all alone because I had him murdered. I have moved on in life, but daily I wonder what ever happened to my little boy.

Forever filled with sadness

So very sorry baby boy.


We don't need to change hearts and minds. We need to stop letting this horror go on each and every day in buildings next to our dentist offices, behind our fast food restaurants, and above our offices.

Where are our political leaders? Where are our pastors and priests? Why isn't Dino Rossi running ads on TV with pictures of aborted babies lying in metal dishes looking up with arms severed, looking up at Patty Murray saying: "Choose Your America"!

Read another Washington Abortion story here.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Rossi - Didier Fight Creates Controversy over who is Pro-life

If you haven't  been following the race for the GOP slot to challenge Patty Murray, now is the time to get up to speed.

First see the ads by Washington Life coalition here and here.

Then read the response from Joe Fuiten of Cedar Park Church and Dan Kennedy of Human Life of Washington.

Then read the response to Fuiten and Kennedy from state Rep. Val Stevens.

The two biggest problems are with Fuiten's response that, 1. The bill was not about abortion and that "emergency contraception" doesn't cause an abortion. And 2. Dan Kennedy's claim that the WSCC signed off on the bill because they believed that conception would not occur in the time period provided in the bill.

Fuiten needs to read up on on "emergency contraception" and contraception in general. Both can prevent implantation of an embryo. This is called an abortion and results in the death of a human being.

As far as the WSCC and Sr. Sharon go, how in the world do Sr. Sharon and the Catholic bishops know when conception will occur? It's a completely ludicrous and absolutely illogical reason for supporting this bill.

Anyone who has had much experience with Sr. Sharon knows that defending Dino Rossi by citing Sr. Sharon Park is a little like defending Bart Stupak and the foolish "pro-life" democrats by citing Sr. Carol Keehan of the Catholic Health Association. Wouldn't exactly be my choice for a CYA in ethics but hey, in politics I guess you take what you can get.

Pro-lifers have long been suspicious of Sr. Sharon Park and I dare say that any of them look the the WSCC for leadership on legislation or action on anything pro-life related. The story of that organization, the past several bishops and the lay and religious people who run the Archiocese of Seattle is one for another day, but let's just say that the pro-life cause is just not on their agenda. Anyone who has been around pro-life work for even a very limited amount of time, say a day or two, realizes that they are NOT the go-to people as the culture circles the drain.

In this whole mess there's also the interesting fact that with SB 6537 all the other pro-life legislators in the state were able to figure out that this was a bad bill. Why didn't Dino Rossi?

Now the FDA has approved Ella, the "week after pill". That is certain to also be classified as so-called emergency contraception. Maybe Sr. Sharon can look into her crystal ball and see if any women will conceive during that time period.

Meanwhile the damage as been done and Dino Rossi did nothing to try and stop it.

Friday, August 13, 2010

"Pro-life" Pastor Supports NARAL Board Member for State Senate

Update: Pastor Fuiten has withdrawn his endorsement of Steve Litzow.

If people are wondering why the pro-life movement has achieved zero, zip, and nada in the legislature this latest information from from Terra Mork Writes may help to shed some light on the situation in the state...
Pastor Fuiten is the senior pastor of a large congregation in Bothell, Washington. He has a reputation of being outspoken about his pro-family, pro-life, socially conservative political views. Every election Pastor Fuiten publishes “Pastor’s Picks”, a trusted source for many believers who are seeking guidance on which candidates reflect their values.
According to Pastor Fuiten's web site, Pastor's Picks, he has come out in support of Steve Litzow, an unabashed supporter of abortion. Litzow has received the endorsement of both the pro-life, conservative, Christian Fuiten and the pro-abortion, liberal, athiestic NARAL Washington.

Thursday, August 05, 2010

A Matter of Conscience

The Washington Life Coalition (WLC) released a brand new internet video today to appeal to pro-life voters in the state of Washington who have been led to believe they should support Dino Rossi in his bid for U.S. Senate. The video chronicles some of Rossi's statements on the issue of abortion, and then reveals an egregious vote that Rossi cast as a state senator, overlooked by the pro-life movement in Washington. The news of this vote calls into question Rossi on an issue he refers to as "a matter of conscience".

In 2002, Dino Rossi voted for SB 6537 which forces hospitals to promote emergency contraception to rape victims and provide it upon request within 72 hours of sexual contact. Emergency contraception, also known as "the morning after pill", causes an abortion if the woman is pregnant. The bill passed and is now the law in WA state. Physicians, nurses and healthcare workers in hospital emergency rooms are forced to act against their conscience, which is formed by their professional training as well as their moral, ethical and religious views.

WLC is a coalition of pro-life activists who are concerned with electing representatives in government who will uphold the unalienable rights of all: the rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. WLC encourages pro-life voters to take a close look at the other candidates in the U.S. Senate race, as well as with all races for public office, to find person(s) with the will to advance the cause of restoring these unalienable rights for all.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Planned Parenthood: Bad for the Budget Town Hall Budget Meeting in Everett Last Night

I attended the governor's town hall budget meeting in Everett Last Night.

Planned Parenthood send over a bevy of young things in pink t-shirts to adovcate for making sure the government continues to fund pills and contraptions and abortions for the state's youth. The young college student who spoke explained how she needed to make sure she was able to get her pills through Planned Parenthood.

The last time I checked, helping college students have sex wasn't a critical government service.

Pro-lifers were well represented and Ed Mohs of the Everett 40 Days for Life Campaign got on the list to speak.

Several points he made to the governor and her board of advisors and need repeating:
-Abortion is not health care.
-Abortion and contraception do not save money.
-Contraception does not prevent abortion.
-Specifically the state should immediately defund any and all Planned Parenthood family planning programs and cease funding abortions ($7 million) and the transportation to those abortion appointments.

We'd also like to point out that the Take Charge program has been a complete failure. Our expose on this program uncovered the fact that:
When the program began, the state was paying out $200 million a year for childbirth services under Medicaid. That figure has shot up 50%, to $300 million under the program.
The state’s primary subcontractor for Take Charge, Planned Parenthood of Western Washington, has seen their annual revenues skyrocket from about $17 million to near $35 million since the program was started. According to Planned Parenthood of Western Washington’s latest Annual Report, “Over the previous 5-year period, approximately 70% of our clinic visits were covered by Take Charge." The state is then left to cover the cost of an abortion or a Medicaid birth.

It's time to cut-off Planned Parenthood.

Federal law requires that this program be revenue neutral, i.e. the money spent on government provided birth control must be offset by the savings in births avoided. No data or officials responsible for monitoring the program have demonstrated that to be the case with Take Charge.

These costs don’t even take into account the cost of treating sexually transmitted diseases that are promoted through Planned Parenthood’s free-for-all approach to sexuality. Neither does it account for treating the negative side-effects of abortion and contraceptive use such as cancers of the reproductive organs, infertility, ectopic pregnancy, depression and increased drug and alcohol use.

Planned Parenthood only provides testing to diagnose STDs and cancer. They never pay a cent for treating these conditions.

Where will the money come from to treat those problems?


Dino Rossi: Not the Pro-Life Choice

Dino Rossi, one of the challengers to Democrat incumbent Patty Murray, is widely believed to be "pro-life" and "opposed to abortion".

It's time we examined the veracity of that rumor.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Washington State Capitulates, Recognizes Pharmacists' Conscience Rights

Something for the "We told you so file":

From the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
Jul 7, 2010

Washington State Capitulates, Recognizes Pharmacists' Conscience Rights

This afternoon, less than two weeks before the start of a civil rights trial in Tacoma federal court, attorneys for the State of Washington told a federal judge that the State would seek to create new rules for pharmacists with conscientious objections. The new regulations would give the plaintiffs in the lawsuit--the owners of Ralph's Thriftway pharmacy and two pharmacists--what they've wanted all along: the right to refuse to stock or dispense Plan B (the so-called "morning after pill") based on their conscientious objection.


Tuesday, June 29, 2010

New Pro-life Organization in Washington Issues "Reality Check" on Dino Rossi and Pro-lifers

Washington Life Coalition, a new pro-life organization in Washington state, has produced their first video titled "Little Emily" to take on politicians who indentify a "pro-life" but then claim that abortion in cases of rape, incest and life of the mother is ok.

Their first subject is much beloved politician Dino Rossi (R) who is running for Patty Murray's senate seat.

Watch the video here:

And web site here:

For too long politicians have been able to garner support from pro-lifers even though they support abortion in the case of so-called "hard cases" -- rape, incest, and life of the mother.

This is a welcome reality check on the "pro-life" politicians and the pro-lifers who support them.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Woman Taken from Kenmore Planned Parenthood on a Stretcher

I just received this email that mentions the following incident at Planned Parenthood Kenmore:
I was next door yesterday (June 21, 2010) for a dental appointment and my car was blocked in by an ambulance and fire aid car. As I waited I saw them bring a woman out on a stretcher to the ambulance. Prayed for her and the innocent life lost.

Monday, May 31, 2010

Clint Didier: Clear Choice for Pro-life Voters

Michelle McIntyre at Life of the Party has endorsed Clint Didier for US Senate in Washington.

Clint has already been endorsed by Sarah Palin.

I agree with Michelle that pro-lifers would come to be very dissapointed in Dino if he were elected Senator. No doubt many pro-lifers will continue to support Dino in spite of Michelle's spot-on analysis and critique of Dino's statements on abortion, but the fact is that Clint Didier is the 100% pro-life candidate. Dino is not.  Clint would actually help to move the ball down the field on pro-life concerns. Dino appears apathetic.

That's going to be hard for Dino's fan club to hear but it needs to be said. Hats off to Michelle for having the guts to say it knowing that she'll probably be vilified by the GOP establishment and some pro-lifers.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Spring 40 Days for Life Campaign Ends with Baby Shower for Baby Saved from Abortion

Last fall Planned Parenthood's Everett abortion center had schedule a beautiful baby girl to die by abortion, for a fee of course.

However, fate intervened and saved the mom from a lifetime of despair and baby from death.

See the April 11th, 2010 Everett 40 Days for Life Victory Rally and baby shower pictures here.

Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce Promotes Planned Parenthood Abortion and Teen Sex Agenda

From STOPP International comes this report:

Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce magazine promotes PP intimidation tactic

We received word from a STOPPer in Walla Walla, Washington, that the local chamber of commerce is supporting Planned Parenthood’s intimidation campaign, Pledge-a-Protester, by carrying a story about the “success” of the campaign in the Chamber’s magazine, Valley Business News. Through Pledge-a-Protester, PP hopes to dissuade protestors and at the same time raise money for its failed programs, asking for contributions based on the number of protesters who show up at the PP facility.

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Time to End Tax Funding of Abortions for 'Poor Little Rich Girls'

One of the most interesting revelations from the coverage of the Ballard High School 'Secret Abortion Program' by KIRO Radio's Dori Monson came when an employee of DSHS called in. The caller, who identified herself as Randi, said that not only are we one of the few states where minors can get abortions without parental notification or consent, and not only are we one of the few states where the government -- her department, to be specific -- gladly pays for abortions for low income girls and women, but in fact the taxpayer is picking up the tab for abortions even for 'poor little rich girls' from Mercer Island.

"So if a girl comes in," asked Mr. Monson, "and her family's got money, but she obviously doesn't have access to that money, and she says I can't pay for it, I don't want my parents to know, what does DSHS do?"

Monday, April 05, 2010

Silent No More Awareness Campaign to Speak on Campus of University of Washington

Come hear the truth about abortion from women who've experienced it.

-- What: Women who’ve had abortions share their personal testimony.

-- Location: Red Square, on the campus of the University of Washington.
-- Time: Testimonies start about 11:30 a.m.
-- Date: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Find out more about the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.

Read testimonies from women who've had abortions.

Saturday, April 03, 2010

The Seattle Times Editorial: Secret abortions need to stay secret

If you were holding out hope that The Seattle Times' editorial board could ever break ranks with the most extremist elements of the abortion lobby, their Sunday March 28th editorial should have settled the issue once and for all.

We already knew that the radicals at The Times had never seen an abortion they didn't like, but their inability to identify the moral clarity regarding the inhumanity of brutally killing unborn children failed to prepare us for their simultaneous inability to identify the grave moral injustice when a young girl was manipulated by governmental authorities into an abortion she and the family probably did not want and certainly that she was not ready to deal with.

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Planned Parenthood of Great Northwest Deepens Ties to Breast-Cancer Group

Jill Stanek at Pro-Life Pulse reports on a story that "diligent pro-lifer" Jonathan B of AIW initially brought to her attention.

Planned Parenthood's IRS 990 filings reveal that they own a 12.5 percent share in Metro Centre, a mall in Peoria, Ill.

The owner of the remaining share of the mall is the son of Nancy Goodman Brinker, the founder of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Eric Brinker denies any link between breast cancer and abortion; A belief that Stanek puts to bed rather deftly.

Read the rest here.

KIRO's Dori Monson Confirms Our Reporting on Secret Abortions

If you haven't already, make sure to listen to KIRO's Dori Monson's interview with Jim Stevenson, spokesman for the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), in Olympia. Monson confirms many of the facts we revealed about how our schools and government participate in helping high school students get secret abortions off-campus during the school day, at government expense, behind their parent's backs.

Make sure you're sitting down.

Also listen to his interview with AIW's Mary E.

Our thanks to Monson for his attention to this very important story.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Welcome New Readers

We have a lot of new visitors to AIW. Welcome to everyone and thanks for visiting. We have lots of great articles on Planned Parentood's Medicaid fraud case, the corruption of the state pharmacy profession, and real life stories about Washington state abortionists.

Most importantly, if you've been hurt by an abortion or feeling sad after one we want you to know there are people who want to help you. Contact Project Rachel at 1-800-822-HOPE to speak confidentially with a counsellor who will listen.

AIW on the Radio Today

I’m going to be on the radio today -- NewsTalk 97.3 KIRO FM – the Dori Monson show between 2pm and 2:30pm.

I'll be discussing the recent controversy over how the state, non-profits, and the school districts work to facilitate secret teen abortions.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Ballard High School 'Secret Abortion Program' Creates National Firestorm

Here's a quick summary of links to some of the coverage of this story from around the nation...

KOMO News 1350 comments

Seattle Times 360 comments

Seattle PI 700 comments

Ken Schram (KOMO News) (323 comments)

FoxNews (Dan Springer Blog) 29 comments

FoxNews (LiveShots) 61 comments

FoxNews (Shep Smith)

FoxNews (Megyn Kelly)

Bill O'Reilly 100 pages of comments

ABC News 307 comments

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Clinic that Performed Abortion on Ballard High Teen Remains Unnamed

Fox News has issued a correction to their story naming the abortion center that performed the abortion on the 15-year old Ballard High School student who was taken out of school without parental permission.

AIW's initial look at the story is here.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Hopelink Coordinates Abortion Taxi Service for Seattle Area Teens

Komo News broke a story late Tuesday about a 15-year-old Ballard High School student who was taken for an abortion in Seattle with neither her parents' knowledge nor consent.

Alas, in Washington, secret abortions on high school students are nothing new. What comes as a shock to parents like "Jill', the mother other of the aborted teen, is the seamless end-to-end system that has been set up to facilitate these abortions. This system includes the school districts, abortion industry, public health officials, the state legislature, and certain non-profits that leave nothing to chance.

One part of this story that went almost unnoticed was the fact that this girl was taken to the abortion center in a taxi.

Who paid for the taxi? How did it get to the school? Who dispatched it? Which abortion provider did it take her to? AIW has learned that taxi services to "contracting school districts throughout King County" are provided by the Redmond-based non-profit Hopelink.

Can that be right? Can an organization supported by churches and police departments be secretly operating a shuttle service to take girls from their high school classrooms in the middle of the school day to an abortion clinic, and then back to school, all without Mom and Dad finding out?

Emergency Contraception: Something for the "We told you so" File

This just in (February 2010):

" published study has yet demonstrated that increasing access to ECPs can reduce pregnancy or abortion rates in a population..."

From the EC source itself:

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Senate Candiate Forum Recap

On February 12th, five of the candidates running against Patty Murray were introduced before a pro-life audience at a forum co-sponsored by Life of the Party and Abortion in Washington. There were eight known candidates actively campaigning at the time of the forum, all of whom were invited to participate. The five in attendance were:

Paul Akers, Dr. Art Coday, Clint Didier (represented by campaign manager Chuck Beck), Rodney Rieger, and Craig Williams. The purpose of the forum was two-fold: to find out the true convictions of each candidate and to show them that the electorate does care about their position on abortion.

Read the whole article here.

Michelle McIntyre's excellent opening remarks can be found here.

See the video here.

"It Gets Complicated": Late term abortionist shares tips on killing, avoiding resuscitation requirements

Abortionist Deb Oyer, probably the most visible, politically active, and well connected abortionist in the state of Washington, recently gave a presentation at the University of Washington to prospesctive abortionists and teenage girls from local high schools.

Terra Mork, a bright light in the state's pro-life movement, leads off with part one of Oyer's presentation.

Oyer is a late-term abortionist who appears to be enthusiastic about her work. In a matter of fact presentation staged peacefully without fanfare on the campus of the UW, Dr. Oyer details how she perfoms abortions and ensures that the child is killed in the womb in order to prevent having to "resuscitate" a born-alive child during a failed abortion.

Protest of Assisted Suicide law to be held Friday, March 5th at UW Medical Center

The first anniversary of the implementation of Washington's Death With Dignity Act is Friday, March 5th.

 A supportive care demonstration will gather in front of the University of Washington Medical Center to protest the legalization of the assisted suicide law. From 12 noon to 1pm, protestors will line the sidewalk near the front of the hospital at 1959 N.E. Pacific Street.

Please join us for a one hour demonstration.

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Catholic Seattle U Publishes Pro-abortion Opinion Piece; Decries Tim Tebow Superbowl Ad

Seattle University does it again.

In an Opinion piece published Wednesday, writer Miss Taylor Olson, sports and opinion editor for the Spectator, decries the "anti-choice" Tebow ad and encourages readers to contact Emily's List and other "progressive" organizations to sign petitions against the ad.

Seems as though the armies of feminism have successfully gagged Miss Olsen and strapped electrodes to her forehead. Sally Jenkins, pro-choice sports writer for the Washington Post, evaded the brain washing with her own editorial that has a lot to teach aspiring feminists and sports writers like Miss Olsen.

On its web site Seattle University claims to be a "Catholic university."

Sadly this isn't the first time Seattle U has produced pro-abortion garbage for consumption.

First there was the "thoughtful conversion" about "faith and reproductive justice" with a panel of pro-abortion speakers, including the chaplain for the local chapter of Planned Parenthood.

Then there was the so-called respectful dialogue on morality and health care reform;  A dialogue that the organizers denied was meant to include the primary moral issue of the day: abortion.

God help Seattle U.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Pro-Life U.S. Senate Candidate Forum to be Held February 12, 2010

Moderated by Michelle McIntyre of Life of the Party

Co-sponsored by Abortion in Washington

Friday, February 12 at 7 PM
Everett PUD
2320 California Street
Everett, WA 98201-3750

Doors open at 6:30. Seats are limited. RSVP today!


If you are a Washington voter for whom the Right to Life is paramount, come and help decide who Patty Murray’s challenger should be!

Five candidates are actively campaigning for the Republican nomination: Art Coday, Clint Didier, Sean Salazar, Chris Widener, and Craig Williams. Each of them have been invited and will be asked, before a pro-life audience, the tough questions about how they will advocate restoring the unalienable Right to Life.

Washington State has been under the thumb of pro-abortion-choice senators (from both sides of the aisle) for nearly 40 years. Will 2010 be the year that changes? Only if serious pro-lifers get active in the process of determining the Republican nominee!

Come and see for yourself! Determine which of these candidates you can enthusiastically support if any. Get informed and then attend your Republican Precinct Caucus the next morning, Saturday, February 13 at 10 AM (See your county Republican Party website for details). The precinct caucuses are the beginning of the convention process. Republicans come together and elect delegates to the county convention, at which, they elect delegates to the state convention. At the state convention in June, the elected delegates will have the power to nominate the Republican challenger to Patty Murray.

NARAL Goes to the Capitol to Promote Abortion

Show the Truth will be meeting in St. Michael's parking lot in Olympia and leaving at 11:30 for the capitol to witness for life with graphic signs.

You are invited to join them under the usual conditions which can be found on

Please email: if you would like to participate.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

6th Annual "It's About Life" Conference to be Held in Kennewick, February 6th.

If you are a Planned Parenthood employee, this conference is for YOU!

The 6th annual "It's About Life" conference will feature Abby Johnson who will speak on her experience as the former director of a Texas Planned Parenthood center and who has now joined the pro-life movement after witnessing an ultrasound abortion.

Opportunity to speak directly with Abby and gain support for your own journey out of Planned Parenthood will be available.

Also speaking will be nationally reknowned keynote speaker Janet E. Smith. Over a million copies of her talk "Contraception: Why Not" have been distributed.

Fr. Matthew Habinger and Dr. Elma DeLeon will speak on the latest natural family planning methods and God's plan for marriage & family.

If you are trying to get out of the abortion industry or just want to find out how the pro-life movement can help you, please join us on February 6th.

Update on Anti-Crisis Pregnancy Bills SB 6452 and HB 2837 in Washington State

Yesterday in Olympia the Senate committee on Health and Long-Term care held a hearing on SB 6452 which seeks to regulate crisis pregnancy centers in a variety of unnecessary and unconstitutional ways.

The bill, promoted by Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Rights Advocacy League (NARAL), would place a series of regulations on crisis pregnancy centers that would not apply to centers that offer abortion. For those of you following along at home, yes, that is probably unconstitutional.

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Another article from is here.

Saturday, January 09, 2010

January 2010 Pro-Life Activities

1. Jan. 16: Mini-retreat with Aileen McEntee Carrell
Topic:  Defending life--The new civil rights movement
St. Monica Parish, Mercer Island
Mass for Respect Life Intentions - 8 a.m.
Talk – 9 a.m. in the Family Center
Breakfast Buffet

2. Jan. 19: Washington State March for Life Olympia
Steps of the Capital Building

3. Jan. 21-22: Prayer Vigil – To mark the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion, St. Monica’s Respect Life Committee is sponsoring an all-night prayer vigil.

Begins: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at 6:00 pm, Thursday, January 21st

Ends: Reposition of the Blessed Sacrament at 7:55 am Friday, January 22nd followed by 8:00 am Mass

WHERE: Saint Monica Catholic Church (Main Sanctuary)
4301 - 88th Ave. SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Join us for:

 Rosary at the beginning of every hour

 Silent Adoration

 Chaplet of Divine Mercy (sung) at 3.00 am on Friday

To sign up for a specific time slot, please sign the sheet in the main vestibule, or call Paul at (206) 708-1770.

4. Jan. 25: Pro-Life Rosary with the Knights of Coumbus.
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish, Woodinville
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.