Saturday, March 17, 2007

Introducting the New Executive Director of Hawaii Right to Life

Bev L
I think it's high time we introduced the new Executive Director of Hawaii Right to Life to everyone. Ms. Beverly Larranaga has kindly accept the position recently vacated by John Long. The following is Beverly's short bio:

Beverly Larranaga is the Executive Director of Hawaii Right To Life. She retired from the US Navy in Hawaii November of 2005. She has been in Hawaii for nearly 19 years off and on with four military tours in the islands. She is currently also a Focus on the Family Community Representative, National Day of Prayer Event Coordinator and a leader with The Governors Prayer Team here in Hawaii.

As you can see, Bev is well qualified for this position and we wish her well.

Mahalo nui loa Bev! And, I know the unborn children thank you as well. God bless.

Friday, March 16, 2007

What Do You See?

What do you see in this picture?

10 Reasons to Choose Life

Unborn Baby
H/T to Catholic Fire

1. Because at conception, your baby's curly hair, green eyes, 5'6"frame, and female gender have already been determined.

2. Because at 21 days, her heart is beating.

3. Because at 43 days, she has brain waves.

4. Because at 8 weeks, she has fingers and toes.

5. Because at 10 weeks, she can feel pain.

6. Because at 12 weeks, she can suck her thumb.

7. Because at 4 months, she can listen to Mozart.

8. Because at 5 months, she can dream.

9. Because at 7 months, she can recognize her mother's voice.

10. Because at 9 months, you've got a friend for life.
Labels: "human life"

Sam Brownback: Senate Should Reject Embryonic Stem Cell Research Funding

Sen. Brownback

"Washington, DC ( -- In a Thursday afternoon interview, Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback spoke with about an upcoming vote in the Senate on embryonic stem cell research funding. He says Congress should not approve the bill to force taxpayers to fund the destruction of human life."


Woman Who Regrets Abortion Upset by New Post-Abortion Email Cards

C Strong

"Thanks to Exhale — which "believes abortion can be a normal part of the reproductive lives of women and girls" — you can now send a woman (or girl) who procured an abortion a nice, supportive e-card.

Ain't that sweet?

Post-abortive women can also call Exhale's "After-Abortion Talkline," which "is available to women and girls who have had abortions and to their partners, friends, allies and family members. All calls are completely confidential and counselors are non-judgmental."


Doctors Group Laments Record Oregon Assisted Suicide Figures

Elderly Man

Ottawa, Canada ( --" A doctors group says it's dismayed by new figures from the Oregon health department showing the number of assisted suicides on the rise. The numbers also show that, in 2006, more patients died after killing themselves in assisted suicides than in any previous year since the state become the only one to allow the practice."

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Parents Win…For Now… As Forced Injections Bill is Stalled!

March 13, 2007 - Sacramento, California—“The decision to postpone a vote on AB 16 is a strong sign that the issue of parental notification and consent won the day with both Democrats and Republicans,” said Benjamin Lopez, Legislative Analyst and Lobbyist for Traditional Values Coalition. “In its present form this bill to mandate forced injections on 6th grade girls does not adequately inform parents about the drug to be used nor does it adequately inform them of the right to exempt their daughter from the injections.”


Study: Women Having Abortions More Likely to Engage in Child Abuse


Mahalo to Carol for sharing the following story:

"Washington, DC ( -- A new study finds that women who have a history of abortion are more likely to abuse children born from subsequent pregnancies. The study, published in the Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology, confirms previous research which suggests that there is a link between abortion and child abuse".

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Barack Obama Defends His Pro-Abortion Stance at Iowa Campaign Event

Barack Obama
Picture courtesy of THIS SITE

Dubuque, IA ( -- Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama participated in a lengthy question and answer session over the weekend at Loras College, a Catholic school in Iowa. Despite its affiliation with the pro-life church, many of the audience members appeared to be Obama supporters rather than citizens wanting more information.
Click HERE for complete article.