Repost: Letter to Planned Parenthood #28

I don’t sleep much any more.  Since I committed my life to ending abortion, not a minute goes by that I don’t think about the suffering and death that has been thrust upon the most innocent and vulnerable among us by America’s abortion industry.  A vivid imagination can be both a blessing and a curse.  While occasionally I’ll write a piece that I’m particularly pleased with, much more often my imagination brings me images of the bloody business of killing our children.  I imagine what a late-term baby must feel as it has its first encounter with another human being, as that human being is in the process of killing it.  I imagine the excruciatingly painful death a late-term baby endures as it dies from a toxic saline abortion.  I imagine the feeling of hopelessness and despair a young mother has as she prepares to have her baby killed.  I’m not big on public displays of emotion, but I must confess that I cry almost daily in my quest to make a difference.  On the evening of October 26 last year I was preparing to write another letter to Planned Parenthood.  I was feeling blocked, so I closed my eyes, and the words came pouring out. The following letter was written in about 10 minutes.



Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards


October 26, 2014

 Ms. Richards:

Some days it’s harder than others to come up with 500 words or so in my quest to end abortion.  When I feel blocked, all I have to do is close my eyes and picture a typical day at a Planned Parenthood clinic.  I close my eyes and my ears open up to the silent screams of your tiny victims.  I see the horrible visions that your abortionists will never be able to erase from their memories.  I see the frozen expressions of agony on the faces of the innocent children you killed; their lifeless faces staring into the abyss of your inhumanity.

Ms. Richards, whenever I think I’m at a loss for words, all I have to do is think about you.  Behind your veneer as an intelligent, articulate woman there must lie the heart of a cold-blooded killer.  How else could you run an organization that kills hundreds of thousands of unborn children every year; all for nothing other than financial gain?  When your tenure at Planned Parenthood comes to an end you will walk away with the blood of millions of dead children on your hands.  You’ll leave a legacy of death that is unrivaled in the history of man.  I wish you no harm, but I have to think there is a special place in hell for unrepentant child killers, and their enablers.

When you run an organization that is the leading cause of death for unborn children in America you have a problem, and so does our society.  The citizens of a country that allows its unborn children to be summarily executed are just as guilty as the abortionists that perform the executions.  You kill them, but without the demand for your services you would be unemployed.

Ms. Richards, the culture of death that is enveloping America is on your shoulders and every American’s shoulders.  You promote and advocate for the killing of unborn children as you kill thousands every week. Americans of good conscience are working to save our children, but far too many are clueless, or worse, oblivious to the slaughter.  Killing innocent children is a growth industry in America and the world.  For a few hundred dollars each, 3,300 new lives are cut short every day in our country.

Ms. Richards, I am tormented by the vision of thousands of children being killed every day in the country I love.  I am thankful beyond words for my children and my 2 grandsons.  I mourn the loss of every child that was killed today and my resolve grows stronger every day to save the children doomed to die tomorrow and the next day.  Ms. Richards, Planned Parenthood is a doomed venture and a stark reminder that the intentional death of every human being steals a bit of all our souls.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Take the time to reply and I’ll publish it, unedited.





March 30, 2014

Last Fall, California Governor Jerry (Moonbeam) Brown signed legislation into law that would allow non-physicians to perform abortions in his state.  Not much that comes out of California surprises me any more, but this one floored me.  I can only assume that in the minds of the pro-abortion crowd, the objective during an abortion procedure is to kill an innocent child, so how it’s done or by whom isn’t really a big deal to them.  And, what the heck, if a few mothers have to die in the process, so what?  In their twisted minds, killing children with non-physicians will get the deed done at a lower unit cost, allowing them to stuff more money in their pockets for every dead baby.  The liberal justification for killing unborn children is that it falls under the category of “women’s reproductive health care.”  They can call it whatever they want.  It’s still the killing of an innocent child.  Jerry Brown is a certified nut case and I felt compelled to call him out on the pain, suffering, and death he put into motion with one deadly stroke of his pen.  I wrote the following letter to Gov. Brown last October and not surprisingly, just like most of the letters I write, I never received a reply.



Governor Jerry Brown

c/o State Capitol

Suite 1173

Sacramento, CA  95814

 October 15, 2014

 Governor Brown:

I’ll get right to the point.  What the hell were you thinking when you signed legislation allowing nurses and midwives to perform abortions in your state?  Aren’t the doctors in your state killing enough babies?  Governor, a third of the abortion facilities in the country are in your state.  How many is enough?  Sir, you know how many millions of unborn children have been killed in America since Roe v Wade, so I won’t bore you with the numbers. I have to ask though.  Does it matter to you that every time an abortion is performed a living human being is killed?

Governor Brown, your staff put out a statement saying that by signing these bills you were doing so “to support the health and well-being of women in California.”  How about the health and well-being of their children?  Spineless liberals and the pro-abortion crowd conveniently ignore the fact that 2 lives are on the line every time an abortion is performed.  Governor, many Americans have forgotten or choose to ignore the values our country was founded on.  Our Founders knew that the right to life was the most important of all our divinely endowed rights and that a society that chose to defile the right to life of its most vulnerable was doomed to failure.

Governor Brown, like it or not, the crazy things that happen in California seem to inevitably spread across the country.  Four states beat you to the punch by allowing non-physicians to kill unborn children, but your decision to allow it will have the greatest ripple effect on America.  With a stroke of your pen you have put into motion the deaths of millions of innocent children and virtually assured that an untold number of mothers will die as well.  No worries though.  You’ve placated your pro-abortion base, for the moment.  They’ll be back soon with proposals to allow even more innocent children to be killed and more ideas about how the killing can be done more efficiently; because, in the end, it’s all about money.

Sir, there are no morally or socially redeeming values in abortion.  All it does is kill children and pad the killers’ bank accounts.  Your side can continue ad nauseam to proclaim that you want abortion to be safe, rare, and legal.  We all know it’s neither, and we all know you have no other basis on which to try and justify the unjustifiable.

Governor Brown, changing your mind isn’t illegal yet in this country.  You can reverse course in an instant and work to protect the lives of our innocent children. Governor, allowing nurses and midwives to perform abortions is a bad decision.  Come to think of it, the only good decision I can ever recall you making was way back when you still had hair and decided to date Linda Ronstadt.

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at  If you choose to reply I’ll publish it, unedited.



March 29, 2014

When I first started my work for the pro-life movement I planned to include a brief narrative with every post.  This narrative would explain my motivation for the piece I was posting, and provide some background information not included in the piece.  I believe that God doesn’t necessarily call the most qualified or most talented to do His work; He calls on the most willing.  Maybe that’s why I’m doing this.  Certainly, I’m not a literary genius and ask anyone who knows me; I’m not that bright.  What I am is a man who is haunted by the fact that thousands of unborn children will die in America’s abortion mills today; and tomorrow the killing will continue.  I can’t explain what a calling is, but I feel the calling to end abortion or die trying.  I accept the call.  I’m in the process of writing new letters to all the usual suspects in the pro-abortion movement and I’m taking a step back to some of my previous posts and writing these short narratives that didn’t get written the first time around.  The following piece, simply titled The Calling, was first posted last August.


The Calling

I’ve always been pro-life, but like most people was too busy raising a family and making a living to really contemplate the horrors of abortion.  Throughout my life I had heard public figures say they had felt a calling to dedicate their lives to the causes they believed in.  I watched them pursue their callings, often at great personal sacrifice and often making the ultimate sacrifice in honor of their cause.  I watched as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his life for his cause.  I watched as Mother Teresa lived in the squalid slums of India as she comforted its impoverished children.

The birth of my first grandson, the child of my child, stirred something inside me. With the birth of my grandson I finally realized the miracle that manifests itself as life.  I knew at that moment that every life is priceless and represents a gift to the world from our Creator.  The slow burn of my calling had begun but I still didn’t know what it was.  I spent the next 2 years watching my family’s little miracle grow and flourish and used that time to learn life’s lessons from an innocent child.  My grandson taught me the meaning of unconditional love and trust.  He taught me to experience awe at the sight of a bird in flight and a butterfly as it danced from flower to flower.  I learned the true meaning of joy as I saw the look of sheer joy on his face from the simple act of wearing his new basketball pajamas for the first time.  I sat through hours of Mickey Mouse movies with him and wouldn’t trade a minute of the time we spent and continue to spend together for anything in the world. My grandson showed me the way and made me realize that the calling I was feeling was real and that I had finally found my life’s purpose.

And then the news came that my second grandson was on the way.  Unbeknownst to me at the time, my second grandson’s impending birth was another not so subtle slap to the back of the head by the Universal Intelligence telling me to get it in gear and start my work of saving our unborn children.   But, by this time my calling to become a pro-life advocate had already begun to build and the pull was getting stronger by the day.  I don’t have a wall full of diplomas or a resume of fancy degrees and I can’t really explain what a calling is.  All I know is that something inside me beyond the realm of the physical world is guiding me towards my life’s work.  I can feel it and I know it’s there, and I’m listening.  My mission to save the world’s unborn children began on May 12, 2013 and will continue until my dying breath.  Once you realize what your purpose in life is you immediately develop a sense of clarity regarding everything else in your life.  You realize the problems you stressed about yesterday really weren’t that big a deal.  You know, without a doubt, that you were put on earth in this place at this time to do what you have been called upon to do.  With that comes a sense of peace that I can’t describe with words.

I’m following my calling as a happy warrior, knowing that my pro-life position and views will bring anger and ridicule from some, and I don’t care.  I know that advocating life over death is the right thing to do and no amount of baseless justifications and shallow arguments from the other side will ever convince me otherwise.

My children and grandchildren are my inspiration to do everything I can to end the scourge of abortion.  My weapon of choice in defense of life is the written word.  Every day I’m writing commentaries and letters to politicians, abortion providers, public figures, and everyone and anyone who somewhere deep inside knows the truth but refuses to acknowledge it.

My goal is nothing less than the end of abortion in my lifetime. I know I can’t do it alone and I know that help will come from sources yet unknown to me.   Laugh if you want, ridicule and demean me if it makes you feel better, or join me in promoting life.



March 28, 2014

Whenever I write to President Obama I copy Planned Parenthood as well.  I do so since they work hand in hand to promote infanticide in the country I love. The leader of the free world will have presided over the killing of over 10 million unborn children by the end of his second term.  I wrote the following letter to the President on October 17 of last year.  On that night I was particularly aggravated with the man who will, in all probability, go down in history as one of the worst, if not the worst, President in our history.


The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500


Attn:    President Barack Obama


October 17, 2013


Mr. President:

Turns out your signature piece of legislation, ObamaCare, is just as big a flop as your Presidency.  Your administration has taken the concept of government over-reach to a whole new level.  Unfortunately, as the most pro-abortion President in history, you have done nothing to stop the killing of America’s unborn children.  When a sitting President speaks at Planned Parenthood’s annual gala and ends his speech with the words “God bless Planned Parenthood,” that pretty much says it all.

Mr. President, you know ObamaCare will never work.  You know it will destroy what’s left of our economy.  You know it will make every American complicit in the funding of abortions.  So, why are you so doggedly pursuing something that you know will destroy the country that you swore an oath to preserve, protect, and defend?  The answer is obvious.  Your intent is to destroy America and everything it stands for.

Allowing over a million of our unborn children to be killed every year is part and parcel of the Progressive dream of a socialistic State.  You and yours envision a society where actions have no consequences and personal responsibility is a thing of the past.  In your world the government decides who lives and who dies, who is allowed to succeed, and who must be compelled to fail in order to ‘level the playing field’ for those unable or unwilling to win or lose solely as a result of their own efforts or lack thereof.

Mr. President, eugenics is a necessary component of the Liberal Progressive agenda.  Killing our unborn children, especially those with any sort of fetal abnormality, or those who show up at an inconvenient time is promoted as the societal norm in your warped world view.  Your side spins the methodical dismemberment of a pain-capable living child as a dilation and evacuation.  Your side allows a fully developed child to be murdered while it is in the process of being born and calls it partial-birth abortion.  In your sick minds a child is not to be afforded the right to life and all the Constitutional protections that come with it until it has completely left its mother’s body.  You have no problem killing these children even though they have been fully delivered with the exception of the very top of their heads.

Mr. President, you are presiding over infanticide and not only choose to do nothing to end it; you actively promote it.  I used to think your failings as a leader were simply due to your inexperience and incompetence.  It’s now clear that you really meant it when you said you were going to fundamentally change America.  Change can be good when it improves lives and promotes freedom.  It can be a nightmare when it fulfills the vision of an evil wannabe surrounded by a cadre of clueless academics and bureaucrats seeking to impose their vision of a socialist utopia.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

cc:  Planned Parenthood


March 27, 2014

Tonight Nancy Pelosi will become the recipient of Planned Parenthood’s annual Margaret Sanger Award.  She’ll spend the evening glad-handing with baby killers and will most likely be clueless as to what Margaret Sanger actually stood for.  I hope she will realize, if only for a moment, as she accepts the award, that Planned Parenthood has killed millions of children since Ms. Sanger founded it,with the intention of eliminating what she called “human weeds.”   I wrote the following letter to Congresswoman Pelosi a couple months ago and thought today might be a good time to post it again.


Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi

235 Cannon H.O.B.

Washington, D.C.  20515

 February 1, 2014


Congresswoman Pelosi:

As this year’s recipient of Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award, do you have any idea what you have accepted?  Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, was an avowed racist and eugenicist.  She formed Planned Parenthood with the expressed intent of exterminating the black children of America, to whom she referred as “human weeds.”  In order to fulfill her vision, Planned Parenthood’s first abortion clinics were established in poor, inner city neighborhoods, where it would be easier to prey on unborn minority children.  Only after discovering how profitable it was to kill unborn children for a fee, did Planned Parenthood clinics start to pop up all over America.  In a perverse sort of way, the modern Planned Parenthood no longer discriminates.  They’ll kill any child of any race at any stage of its pre-birth development, as long as they get paid.

You’ve publicly stated on numerous occasions that you are a devout Catholic.  How do you reconcile your willingness to allow America’s unborn children to be killed by the millions, under cover of the law, with the Catholic Church’s teachings that abortion, under any circumstances, is the killing of a living human being?  Would you be so vocally pro-abortion if Planned Parenthood stopped funneling money to your reelection campaigns?

Congresswoman Pelosi, have you ever seen the body of an aborted child?  Do you know anything about the grisly procedures that are employed to kill America’s unborn children?  Do you even care that another unborn child is killed every 26 seconds in America?

Although you don’t seem to be a paragon of mental acuity, surely you are smart enough to know the difference between right and wrong.  Do you not think that something is wrong with a society that allows over 1.2 million of its unborn children to be killed every year?  Would the deaths of over a million children every year due to anything other than abortion be a cause for concern to you?

When you align your allegiance to an organization such as Planned Parenthood, the blood of America’s children is on your hands.  When you accept the Margaret Sanger Award you are endorsing everything it stands for.  When you watch and do nothing as our country’s children are killed by the millions you accept the inevitable consequences of your inaction.

As a publicity loving, publicly funded parasite, here’s a novel idea for you to make headlines.  Say “no thanks” and return the Margaret Sanger Award to Planned Parenthood.  Tell them to stick it where the sun doesn’t shine and to stop killing babies.  Tell them that you are no longer a friend to America’s industry of death.  Show your grandchildren and the world that you hold the sanctity of every human life in reverence; just like it should be.

As always, all my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.


Letter to Planned Parenthood #39

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005


Attn:    Cecile Richards

March 26, 2014

 Ms. Richards:

I believe, as living human beings, we all have a few things in common.  We were all allowed to be born.  We value our own lives; love our children and grandchildren, and all breathe the same air.  I’ve racked my brain to try and find where you and I may share common ground on anything else; and I can’t.

You’ve dedicated your life to making the process of killing innocent children readily available and socially accepted.  You are willing to lie and distort reality to further your goals and you run an organization that has killed millions of unborn children since it was founded by an avowed racist.  You’ve used billions of taxpayer dollars to grow your empire of death and actively lobby every day for more.  You support and campaign for pro-abortion candidates and smear their pro-life opponents as a matter of course.  You willingly ignore scientific reality and espouse your twisted views that life does not begin at conception.  You take advantage of scared, confused mothers every day so your organization can kill their children and collect your fees.

Planned Parenthood, under your leadership, kills over 300,000 unborn American children every year.  You promote a culture of death for America’s youth and feign outrage when acts of violence occur, other than the ones performed every day by your employees.  You accuse the pro-life side of waging a war on women while failing to mention that over half the innocent children Planned Parenthood slaughters are tiny baby girls.  You embrace hypocrisy as business as usual and demonize anyone who dares to challenge your motives.  You are the poster child for evil and run an organization that is the leading cause of death for children in America.

Ms. Richards, I don’t like you, you disgust me, and I’m determined to put your organization out of business.  While the sight of you disgusts me, I still believe in redemption.  You could turn your back on the pro-abortion crowd tomorrow and support the pro-life movement.  You could help save children instead of killing one every 94 seconds.  The pro-life movement would welcome you.  All you have to do is listen to that infallible voice that resides in all our consciences, telling us that killing a human being is wrong.

I won’t hold my breath, but I won’t give up hope either.  I still believe in miracles, just like the miracle that every new life represents.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.




Letter to Harry Reid #4

I wrote the following letter to Senator Harry Reid on November 14 last year. I’m sending it again just in case he misplaced it the first time.  He still hasn’t made any attempt to bring this bill to a vote.  While he continues to drag his feet, thousands of innocent children are dying in a most horrific manner.  The blood of America’s unborn children is on his hands and all our hands if we stand by and do nothing.  I won’t look the other way.  Will you?



Senator Harry Reid

522 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C.  20510



March 25, 2014



Senator Reid:

I know you have a lot on your plate right now, what with the unmitigated disaster of ObamaCare, the reality that it will probably cost you the Senate this year, and the mass defections of your panicked Democrat Senators.  Even though you have a lot going on right now, nothing is more important than bringing the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to the floor for a vote; nothing except insuring that it passes, and then over-riding President Obama’s veto.

Senator Reid, as I’ve stated in my previous letters, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act will save at least 15,000 unborn children from a tortuously painful death every year.  Sir, a few simple votes is all it will take, and thousands of unborn children get to live.  You can debate the bill before you vote, but what logical argument could you possibly have for allowing the slaughter of thousands of babies who can feel the pain of being killed?

The 2014 and 2016 elections aren’t looking good for your party the way things stand today.  You’ve been caught selling the American people a bill of goods with ObamaCare and you can’t blame this one on the Republicans.  They didn’t cast a single vote for ObamaCare and they passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act through the House, so now it’s your turn.  Sir, while you are deciding whether or not to allow a vote on this bill, remember that every 26 seconds another baby is aborted in America.  Every day you delay a vote on this bill, dozens of late-term babies will be ripped apart while they are being killed in America’s abortion mills.

Senator, if you and your fellow Democrats continue to carry the President’s water on the issue of abortion, you risk the fate of drowning under the weight of his utter incompetence.  Sir, you know it’s wrong to kill an innocent human being.  You know that the Right to life applies to unborn, living human beings.  And you know that every unborn child deserves to be born, just like you and I.

Senator Reid, at the risk of repeating myself, no logical argument can be made to allow pain-capable children to be killed under cover of the law.  The greatest country on earth should not be killing over a million of its unborn children every year; and allowing pain-capable babies to be ripped from their mothers’ wombs is an abomination.  Senator Reid, imagine the next baby in line to be killed at your local Planned Parenthood clinic is your grandchild.  What would you do?  The fate of thousands of unborn American children lies in your hands.  What will you do?

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at  Should you choose to reply I’ll publish it, unedited.





Letter to Planned Parenthood #38

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005


Attn:    Cecile Richards

 March 24, 2014


Ms. Richards:


It’s been a while since my last letter to you.  I know you missed me.  Since my last letter to you on January 19, your organization has killed about 70,000 unborn children.  Every one of these children deserved the same opportunity to live their lives that you and I enjoy.


Just when I think you and your organization can’t possibly sink any lower, you make a video urging gentleman to give the gift of abortion to their wives and girlfriends for Valentine’s Day.  The depravity of such an offer reflects the mindset of you and the pro-abortion crowd where the only life of any value is your own.  This mindset will ultimately be your undoing and finally close your doors forever.


During a recent interview you said the lives of your 3 children began at the moment they were born.  Ms. Richards, a child, whether born or unborn, does not grow and develop unless it is alive.  If the unborn children Planned Parenthood kills every day are not already alive, why do you have to kill them?  Do you really believe that a child spontaneously springs to life the moment it leaves its mother’s womb?


The children you kill every day were granted the gift of life for a reason.  I don’t claim to know the reason.  All I know is that the One who grants the gift of life does know the reason.  The consequences to a society that allows its innocent children to be killed for a fee will necessarily be severe.  The consequences for organizations like Planned Parenthood, who see every pregnancy as an opportunity to fill their coffers at the expense of a tiny human’s life, will also fit the crime.


Most of the scared, confused mothers entering your clinics tomorrow think they have no other choice than abortion.  You won’t be paid unless a mother enters your clinic as the mother of a living child, and leaves your clinic as the mother of a dead child.  As I write this, 1 out of every 3 pregnancies in America end by abortion.  As I write this, hunger and disease thrive in America while Planned Parenthood receives over $500 million a year from the U.S. taxpayers.  As I write this, every 26 seconds another innocent child will die at the hands of America’s abortion industry.


Men and women of good will can do nothing and allow the killing to continue, or stand up and be heard in support of the sanctity of life.  I choose to stand and be heard.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.





March 23, 2014

Sundays are usually the only day of the week I have a fleeting chance of sitting still for a moment and reflecting on what is truly important in my life.  Inevitably, what I can do for others as opposed to what I can do for myself is the one thing my mind settles on.  I’ve been a slacker the last couple months in my mission to end the killing of the world’s unborn children.  I could take the easy way out and blame my lack of focus on my grandson’s recent health problems, my insane work schedule, or any one of a hundred other things; but that isn’t the ethical or moral resolution to my recent lack of effort towards my life’s goal.  Money and all things material are nice to have, but we leave it all here at the end.  Living your life for the greater good of others will bring you far greater rewards in this life and beyond.  This is my purpose.

Moving forward, I will resume my letter writing campaign to the President, Planned Parenthood, and everyone else invested in the legal killing of our unborn children.  I recently turned 60 and I really don’t care who I piss off, offend, or make uncomfortable with my letters to child killers and their enablers.  Not an hour goes by in my life that I don’t think about the innocent children who will die today at the hands of America’s abortion industry.  And not another day will go by that I don’t take another step to end the killing.

Tomorrow is the first day of the next great battle in my life.  I may not end abortion in my lifetime, but I will die knowing I did my best to make a difference and change some minds.

Today will be another play day with my grandson.  The joy on his face and the innocence in his eyes are all I need to know that I am on the right side in my fight to save our unborn children.