How “love of God” and “love of neighbor” defines your life, your family, your politics and your future.
ProLifeCorner- By Larry Plachno
Give me a few minutes of your time and I will share with you some of the highlights of 25 years of research into interconnected social problems that will probably change the way you look at society. It may even change the way you look at good and evil in your own life.
Summertime of 2015 marks 25 years since I began research on what some of us call Interconnected Social Problems. At that time I had five kids and was disenchanted with “Political Correctness.” I felt that there must be logical reasons for our social problems. Hence, I started research in the summer of 1990 at the downtown Rockford Public library accompanied by two of my kids. For the record, I might mention that I later adopted kid number six and number seven showed up as a pleasant surprise. Hence, I have somewhat of a vested interest in figuring out what is going wrong with our society. Continue reading →
August 21, 2013- Bill Donohue comments on New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s friends at NARAL Pro-Choice:
There is no organization that Gov. Cuomo loves more than NARAL, the most radical pro-abortion organization in New York State. And there is only one organization in New York State that received an exemption from his new lobbying reporting law for tax exempt groups—NARAL. Continue reading →
American Thinker – By Carol Brown- Informed consent is a big deal in health care. And it should be. If a person is planning to undergo medical treatment, his or her doctor will go to great lengths to make sure the patient understands what is involved — whether for preventative care, elective procedures, or treatment for serious illness. Continue reading →
ProLifeCorner.com- 3-16-2013 – By Frank Munda- What do these two great cities have in common? They both have news services that might reluctantly print the news regarding abortion killing centers, but more often than not, will just not print the news at all. Many of us are aware of how the media in Rockford had ignored the many attacks upon the pro-life citizens of Rockford over the past 25 years, and yet there would be a seeming eagerness on the part of the media to print the pro-abortion propaganda from the likes of Karen Elyea, Wayne Webster, etc.. Continue reading →
ProLifeCorner.com- by Larry Plachno- Are We Our Own Worst Enemy?
This is primarily intended for my friends in the Pro-Life Movement to bring you up to date on all of the new research and reports showing how marriage, fertility, families and abortion are all interconnected. It is absolutely ridiculous that an increasing number of prominent secular publications, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, have published major articles on how under-population is harming our country while our government continues to spend taxpayer money for contraception and abortion because it feels that pregnancy, babies and children are evil. Continue reading →
Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com – 10-23-2012 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – The last of three Stand Up For Religious Freedom rallies was held at the US Federal courthouse in Rockford, Il. The event was well attended by about 200 patriotic souls. Co-captains Jane Kramp and Kevin Rilott were the heart and soul of putting this event together. Jane was the moderator for this event and introduced, in turn, Larry Jacobs of the Howard Institute, Father Gerard Christianson of Holy Family Church, Pastor David Coke of Living Faith Church, and Frank Gambino who is an Illinois Senate candidate in the 34th district, and a respected businessman. Continue reading →
(ProLifeCorner.com) – 10-19-2012 – by Frank – As you all know, the much talked about Al Smith dinner was last night. The first thing I would like to address is Cardinal Dolan’s invitation to pro-abortion, anti-Christian President Obama. Many of you are aware that I have always supported Cardinal Dolan in matters of Church teachings; however, I was openly critical of him when he invited Obama to the Al Smith dinner. I would like to, at this time, openly apologize to the good Cardinal. Whether he intended to or not, this dinner brought these two candidates, Obama and Mitt Romney together so that the world could see and hear them uninterrupted and without media bias. Continue reading →