The struggle to bring the truth about Planned Parenthood's reckless entrance into Aurora is going strong in the courts. On July 1, 2008, the City of Aurora issued Planned Parenthood a Permanent Occupancy Permit replacing the temporary permit they had been operating under until now.
With such serious doubts about the zoning of the building, a nine count law suit in State Court, the obvious question here is why would the city issue a final permit in such a disputed case? [Continue reading . . . »]
Last Tuesday, July 16, the Batavia Library Board of Trustees met for the second time to hear area residents’ concerns about the link to Planned Parenthood's vile TeenWire site on the library's "Young Adult Health and Fitness" section of their website.
Over 120 people came to the meeting which again overflowed the capacity of the room. About 20 of those present were sporting Planned Parenthood pink, but the vast majority appeared to support removing the link. [Continue reading . . . »]
Saturday morning was the final day of the Pro-Life Action League's summer Face the Truth Tour which just happened to coincide with Fox Valley Families Against Planned Parenthood's monthly protest at PP Aurora. The day dawned with dark clouds and heavy rains. There were initial worries that the display would not be able to proceed due to the inclement weather.
But with hope in our hearts, we started with a small picket line on New York Street. Slowly but surely, pro-lifers began to trickle in. As the rain began to subside, the trickle turned into a flood until each and every picket sign we brought was in the line and the people were still coming.
By 9:15 the graphic signs were brought out and in no time both sides of New York Street between Eola and Oakhurst were lined with signs displaying the truth about abortion. [Continue reading . . . »]
Planned Parenthood's newest mega-center has opened, three months ahead of schedule, in Denver Colorado. This new facility officially displaces the Abortion Fortress of Aurora as the nation's largest abortion facility.
Fortunately, there is a dedicated group of pro-lifers in Denver, Colorado Families Against Planned Parenthood, who will be there to pray, counsel, and protest this new center. Not one to miss a chance to sling some mud, a PP spokesperson has referred to the group as "economic terrorists" for their attempts to convince the contracting company that oversaw construction of the Denver facility to back out of the project.
Please keep the new facility, the abortion-bound women there, and the pro-lifers fighting for the rights of the unborn there in your prayers.
Jeff Ward in the Batavia Sun and Laura Berman in the Chicago Sun-Times both ran columns laying into Batavia citizens for daring to speak up about the controversial material being recommended to their children by tax-funded community institutions.
Which is why it's so important that every concerned citizen of Batavia show up to the next library board of trustees meeting on July 15 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Batavia Public Library (map) where the issue will finally be decided.
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