Winnebago County Democrats “TARGET” Police

Winnebago County Democrats “TARGET” Police

Anti-life, Anti-American

DEM WC Full shotProLifeCorner- Editorial: The Winnebago County Democrat Party, soon after five police officers were murdered in Dallas, posted (on their Facebook page) a vicious cartoon slandering police officers in the city of Chicago.

This offensive cartoon paints the majority of police officers in the city of Chicago as cold blooded killers. This type of inflammatory anti-police hate speech has led to officers being murdered around the country.

It is interesting to note that Chicago is the most gun controlled city in the country, that is responsible citizens can barely own a gun. However, terrorist/gang members have arsenals of weapons. The only protection that the citizens have is the local police force. It is a fact the Democrats removed guns from the hands of honest citizens in Chicago via their radical gun control laws. Publishing hate filled cartoons can only make the situation worse because the terrorists are the only ones who have guns. Continue reading

The Tiller Murder

The Tiller Murder:  The Hypocrisy of the Media Exposed

By Christopher Clukey


 On May 31, shots rang out and three men fell. One’s death touched off a media and political firestorm, while the others were quickly forgotten…along with tens of thousands of murder victims who are also part of this story.


At an Army recruiting office in Little Rock, Arkansas, two recent graduates from Army basic training, Privates William Long and Quinton Ezeagwula, were gunned down by Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, an American convert to Islam. Long died at the age of 23, and Ezeagwula was wounded. They had been at the office speaking to potential recruits. They had trained for the battlefield, but the battlefield came to them at home.


Earlier that day, George Tiller had also met his end. Tiller had performed abortions at his practice in Wichita, Kansas since the early Seventies. His facility was one of the few that performed abortions all the way through the third trimester of pregnancy. At a conference sponsored by the Feminist Majority Foundation and held at the offices of the National Education Association in Washington, DC, Tiller even admitted that he had performed abortions up to the day before the mother’s due date. It’s estimated that Tiller performed approximately 60,000 abortions over the course of his career. For this reason, pro-life groups and commentators focused on Tiller as an example of the worst  a despicable industry had to offer.


Tiller was serving as an usher at his church in Wichita when he was fatally shot in the head at point blank range. Police had a suspect in custody by the end of the day, but the media were just getting started.


The abortionist’s murder “was a top story for three days” in the words of Fox News Channel’s Bret Baier, but there was little coverage of a terrorist attack against American troops on American soil. An analysis of the coverage by Jennifer Harper of the Washington Times, published on the Friday following the shootings, found that:


A Google News search on the term returned “George Tiller” brought up 10,000 hits, while searching on “William Long” brought up about 1,400.

A LexisNexis search on “abortion doctor” and “recruiter” returned 98 stories on Tiller and six on Long and Ezeagwula.

“Every day from Sunday to Wednesday, the Associated Press moved three to six different-bylined stories mentioning the Tiller slaying. On no day has it moved more than one separate story on the Long killing.”

The Washington Post had published 28 stories on the Tiller’s murder and 5 on the Long- Ezeagwula shooting.


In many of these stories and the commentaries that also flooded America’s news outlets, Tiller was glorified for his (in the words of the New York Times) “principled devotion to women’s health and constitutionally protected rights,” among other things. No mainstream media outlets mentioned that he had become a millionaire by performing high cost abortions, nor did they mention Christin Gilbert, the 19 year old woman with Down Syndrome who died of sepsis after her late-term pregnancy was aborted by Tiller’s clinic. Since they didn’t report on Gilbert’s death, they also didn’t mention the fact that Tiller and fellow abortionist LeRoy Carhart invoked the Fifth Amendment to avoid testifying to a grand jury about the care Gilbert received the day she died. Meanwhile, little was said about the heroism of two young men who just by signing up to be soldiers had declared they were willing to give their lives to protect the lives and rights of people they didn’t even know…people like LeRoy Carhart for instance.


Stranger still, the press took it as a matter of fact that Tiller’s death was caused by anti-abortion rhetoric, but did not even ask what role the religious and political views of Muhammad might have played in his decision to kill recruiters. Though bizarre, broad and completely unsupported accusations against the pro-life movement abounded, the media’s shots against individual organizations and commentators was even more bizarre. USA Today published a flagship editorial blaming Operation Rescue and Randall Terry specifically for Tiller’s death, even though the man had never worked with OR and the organization has preached non-violence for decades. Keith Olbermann told his tiny audience that pro-life activist Jill Stanek was “the worst person in the world” because she had published photos of the filthy environs of  Carhart’s clinic. Olbermann claimed Stanek was trying to get Carhart assassinated by revealing the location of his workplace, but it doesn’t seem to have occurred to him that Carhart spends thousands of dollars in advertising each year to tell people where his clinic is so he can have their business.


Olbermann was one of many commentators who accused Bill O’Reilly of causing Tiller’s death by referring to him as “Tiller the Killer” and reporting occasionally on his show about Tiller’s activities and legal troubles. None of these commentators could point to any falsehoods in O’Reilly’s segments, or point to any reason it was beyond the pale to call a man a “killer” when he made a living stopping the hearts of small children, so they were basically saying that O’Reilly was responsible for Tiller’s death because he had told the truth. For that matter, most, if not all, of the truths O’Reilly reported were publically available.


The media also seemed to take it for granted that anti-abortion violence is a huge and frequent problem.  True, killing Tiller or any other abortionist is, murder, a wrong and inherently hypocritical action for a pro-lifer. But consider this: In the 36 years since abortion was decriminalized, four abortionists and four other clinic workers have been killed by abortion opponents who chose to turn to murder. Tens of millions of people are oppsed to abortion, yet they are so inclined to violence that they have, in the better part of four decades, killed fewer people than the number killed in 23 minutes by two high school boys in the infamous Columbine shootings. More to the point, they have killed half as many people in that time than home grown Islamic terrorists have killed in the eight years since the 9/11 attacks. 


None of these logical gymnastics would have been necessary if the media analyzed the motives of Muhammad, who said he shot the recruiters because of American military actions since 9/11 that he claimed were a war on Muslims. Here the media had a man who had adopted as his middle name a word meaning “wariror for Islam,” who had explained exactly why he had decided to commit terrorism on American soil, but they never bothered to ask who had influenced him. What sort of preaching was he hearing? Was his mosque radical, or was he radicalized by Internet preaching or underground videos? If Randall Terry and other pro-lifers had to explain the murder of Tiller, why was no explanation demanded for Muhammad’s action from people like Cindy Sheehan and Michael Moore, who had respectively called Iraqi terrorists “freedom fighters” and “Minutemen?” Why no questions for Congressman Jack Murtha, who acted as a one man jury to convict Marines of mass murder at Haditha, or Senator Dick Durbin, who compared U.S. military interrogators to Nazis and KGB gulag guards? Why no questions about their own coverage?


How would the media cover and describe anyone who considered every Muslim in American a full partner in Muhammad’s crime? They would be called a bigot, and rightly so. Yet they slandered tens of millions of Americans who would never advance their cause through violence.


Privates Long and Ezeagwula were disregarded by the media as they stampeded over their story to make silly political points. But surely their Commander-in-Chief, Barack Obama, would have a kind word to say about their sacrifice, or something stern to say against the man who had gunned them down. No. On the day Tiller died, Obama issued a statement saying he was “shocked and outraged by the murder” and rightly called it a “heinous” act. But he issued no such statement about the two men under his command slaughtered by a terrorist, not that day or on the following Tuesday when he introduced his nominee for Secretary of the Army. On Wednesday, Obama began a tour of the Middle East and Europe, giving a speech on Thursday in Cairo which apologized to the Muslim world for American policy during the past eight years. Almost three months have passed, but he has still not commented on the murder of William Long.


What Sticks?

This cartoon speaks for it self.



















Counseling and sacrifices save lives.

At one point a van pulled up to the curb where the pro-lifers were praying. 




























A woman got out of her van, opened the side door to her van and invited the pro-lifers to come over and meet someone. 

 This same woman had come to the Rockford abortion facility over two years ago for her scheduled abortion.  Through the grace of God she stopped that morning and talked with the side walk counselors.  Because of the love and support shown to her by Christians she chose life that day – and in the back seat of the van were her smiling and happy twins that were scheduled to be killed over two years ago.  This mother just wanted the pro-lifers to see her beautiful children and thank them for being at the mill praying that morning and their willingness to help her when she needed a friend.

 Every one of you who prays, works, or sacrifices for life and an end to abortion played a part in the saving of these children’s lives and others like them. 

It was very good to see the result of God’s grace in action in the faces of these two beautiful children saved from death at Rockford’s abortion mill.

Why Pro-life cartoons

We have been asked “why are we running these pro-life cartoons?”



















 We in the pro-life movement believe that the mayor, states attorney, city council, police department and the pro-life community all want to achieve the same goal; that is to have a safe community for all of us to grow in and coexist peacefully with respect for one another. 

In the past we have had much dialog with city representatives to little avail.  We are also using litigation in some cases to achieve this goal.    We would rather meet with city and police representatives in order to reach a better understanding of our goals, desires, and rights.

  It is our sincere hope that some of these cartoons may spark some interest into some of the problems facing the pro-life community, among which is equal protection under the law and a clear understanding by all as to our legal rights to freedom of assembly; the right to free speech; and to be given proper police protection under the law if in any way someone interferes with our rights; such interferences are now a common occurrence.

 As we grow and learn,  it is our hope that we can have meaningful dialog and solve some of the disagreements at the NIWC (Northern Illinois Women’s Clinic)


War On The Unborn

These casualty statistics will shock you.


 War casualties from the American Revolution up to the war in Iraq equals 1,002,176 lives that have been given in service to our country.     The war on the unborn claims over that figure every month here in the United StatesThis is not a typographical error; please read on.  

Are We Any Better Than Hitler ?

Hitler killed 12 million innocent victims in his death camps over 65 years ago, and no one has forgotten-and rightly so!  What’s different about the holocaust of the unborn?  How come people are indifferent?  It’s because Hitler’s killing was brought out into the light.  The media and many in our government not only allow, but encourage, the killing to go on in silence and darkness.  The killing must stop!

Here are some Abortion Statistics

Surgical abortions in the United States (1965-2005)

Since the first states decriminalized abortion in 1967, it is estimated that more than 1,878,990 reported surgical abortions were performed up until 1973.  In 1973  Roe v. Wade, the  Supreme Court case that lifted all restrictions on abortion was ruled.   An average of 1,300,000 babies are killed annually through surgical abortion.   Approximately 50,000,000 babies have died from surgical abortion since 1973.

Chemical abortions in the United States (1965-2005)

Because many contraceptive measures are abortifacients (drugs that induce or cause abortions), it is important not to overlook the number of children killed by chemical abortions. Since 1965, an average of 11 million women have used abortifacient methods of birth control in the United States at any given time. Using formulas based on the way the birth control pill works, pharmacy experts project that about 14 million chemical abortions occur in the United States each year, giving a projected total of well in excess of 560 million chemical abortions between 1965 and 2005.

Total abortion in the United States (1965-2005)
     If you add up the estimated number of surgical and chemical abortions, the total is more than 600,000,000 babies killed in the
United States alone.

No events in the annals of human history can equal the amount of deaths that are caused by abortion in this country or throughout the world.  Through the grace of God we must resist the culture of death with every fiber of our being.  The future of this country and even our own lives will depend upon us winning this war.

Thanks to for the abortion statistics.










A new feature on Pro-Life Corner

We are excited and proud to introduce a new feature on Pro-Life Corner: our own original pro-life cartoon series, entitled For the Love of Life. These cartoons will be created by a friend we have known for over 20 years — a very dedicated pro-lifer who is also gifted artistically. He will be focusing on life issues at both the local and national level.


His pen name is John Paul Jones. When asked why he chose that name, he responded, "I chose this name because of the words of this great patriot: ‘I have not yet begun to fight.’ That is how I feel as a pro-life advocate. Through my cartoons, I want to express what’s on my mind and in my heart about the most important issues we face.”


We hope you will find For the Love of Life inspiring and thought-provoking, as well as entertaining!


The Rockford Register-Star Refuses To Run Pro-Life Ad That Has Appeared In Other Local Paper


Rockford, IL August 18, 2009The largest newspaper in RockfordIL, the Rockford Register-Star, has a history of rejecting pro-life ads and has recently rejected another ad sponsored by the Rockford Pro-Life Initiative.




This particular ad contains no graphic pictures or objectionable material; it simply exposes the fact that abortion hurts women, takes a human life, and that the Rockford abortion facility has a long history of anti-Christian displays.  Every picture in the ad was taken by a member of the Rockford Pro-Life initiative except the beautiful picture of a child in the womb.  This tasteful picture has been used by The Rockford Pro-Life Initiative and Lammar advertising on billboards through out Rockford


The Register Star has a long history of supporting abortion and has refused to report the rampant bigotry, racism, and anti-Christian hatred by Rockford‘s abortion facility and it’s supporters.  If any other medical clinic in the city of Rockford hung rubber chickens on crucifixes, displayed peoples personal medical history in it’s windows, attacked and mocked people with HIV, and displayed countless signs and symbols ridiculing God and Christians it would be reported on.  The Register Star has been sent information and pictures on all of these vicious assaults on the people of Rockford, yet they remain silent presumably because it is the "sacred cow" of an abortion facility.


To be fair we need to remember the Register has printed pro-life letters and editorials.  The reason we believe they refuse to report on or even accept the thousands of dollars the Rockford Pro-Life Initiative was willing to pay for these ads is because they hit to close to home.  The Register Star has supported abortion in editorials in the past and if they had to explain to the people of Rockford how and why they support the kind of hate and bigotry that has long been the hallmark of the Rockford abortion facility, it would make them very uncomfortable. 


The ad we wished to place in the Register Star is completely factual, documented, 100% true – and that is what makes abortion supporters in Rockford very nervous.

Below is contact information for the Rockford Register Star