Sunday, June 27, 2010

Good News On The Pro-Life Front

I get chided every once in a while for not posting good news. Given that I actually have some today, I'm proud to provide some illustrations of the positive things going on in the fight against child murder.

First, Planned Parenthood's mission of genocide will be taking a hit in New Jersey due to Gov. Christie's budget cuts. Around 59 PP centers may actually have to close or at least limit their services. I'm not aware of anything that indicates Christie has any real opposition to abortion or Planned Parenthood in general but that doesn't matter. Collateral damage to any instrument of Satan is still damage.

The problems for Sanger's Minions don't stop there, though.

You probably haven't heard that a recent government audit is completely unable to account for over $1.5 billion in tax money that has been shelled out to Planned Parenthood. The National Review has a brief mention of it. With all of our nation's spending problems right now, you'd figure that this would be a big deal, but I haven't seen a word in the mainstream press.

It's a start, though.

One of four Triangle abortion clinics will no longer do procedures after Saturday, but it's unclear whether it will close or simply stop offering abortions.

On top of that, the article gives a bit more illumination on the current state of affairs:

Abortions in North Carolina have been declining, as they have across the nation. In 2008, the latest year for available data, about 27,000 North Carolina women had abortions, according to the N.C. Center for State Health Statistics. That was down 4.6 percent from the previous year.

Nationwide, abortions are at their lowest level since the 1970s.

All in all, a pretty fair helping of positivity, I'd say.

But don't stop praying.

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