Friday, July 18, 2008

AIW Celebrates Third Year of Publishing

Abortion in Washington officially launched May 2005 when Jonathan put up our first simple post -- This blog has been created to publicize factual information relating to abortion in Washington State.

It was July 18th, 2005, however, that we published our first full length post.

From then on we posted information and commentary, analysis and investigative reporting on the abortion industry and their supporters. We also decided we want to cover pro-life events that were mostly ignored in the MSM. The Seattle Post Intelligencer, the Seattle Times and all three television stations on the west side of the mountains have refused to cover one of the most audacious and news worthy events in the debate over abortion since its legalization -- the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.

We covered it.

Here's more of what we've accomplished in just 3 short years:

We are glad that so many of you in the local abortion industry are reading the blog regularly. We continue to invite you to get out of the evil you are doing. For those who are knowingly killing children and scarring women or are addicted to the money, perhaps these words come too late. For the rest of you, who still feel the twinges of conscience, who desperately avoid looking into the eyes of the aborted babies before they are “disposed of”, we invite you to listen to that conscience, to look those babies in the eye.

We also invite you to contact us and let the world know what you saw.

We would remind you of the courage of P. Victor Gonzalez, the former CFO of Planned Parenthood of San Diego, who came clean and is now suing PP Affiliates of California, as a whistleblower under the False Claims Act, for $180 million because they fired him after he refused to go along with the systematic fraudulent billing of Medicaid under the 340B drug discount program. Let’s talk.

The only regrets are the stories we haven't had time to investigate or write up. Alas, we do this in our spare time. (Can you imagine if we got paid for this?)

Keep reading. Keep praying. The best is yet to come.

Blessings to our readers, contributors, friends, and supporters.


Fredi said...

Congratulations on your anniversary! Thank you for "Shining the Light of Truth on Washington's Abortion Industry".


Anonymous said...


The best is yet to come.

DK said...

You provide an outstanding service to the pro-life community. Keep working for the wounded women and the unborn. Congratulations! Keep shining a light into the darkness.

chimakuni said...

Thank you for being such a great source for information about the evil of abortion in Washington State.

One day, I pray that this blog and others like it will no longer be a necessity. I pray that one day abortion will be such an abhorrent thought that no one, not one soul, would even consider it.

Today, though, I pray that those who are injured by abortion, the fathers and the mothers of the aborted children, would know the peace of Christ. I pray that their children would intercede for them and that they would know Christ's mercy and love.

I pray too for those who are caught up in the lie of the abortion industry, to be able to escapes its snares and be able to come out of the evil trap that it is not only for them, but for our society as a whole.

Bless you!

Michelle McIntyre said...

Congratulations! More kudos at

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work, helping to win people away from the culture of death. The pro-life cause is a battle against senseless cruelty, and is an effort to defend the God-given dignity intended for every life.

Mary E. said...

Thanks everybody for your comments and for sticking with the battle for life in this state.