A bloodthirsty terrorist and a money-grubbing abortionist; what’s the difference?  A terrorist kills innocent human beings in the name of an insane ideology.  The abortion industry kills innocent human beings in the name of an insane ideology. Terrorists kill their victims by torture, beheading, and worse.  In a typical partial-birth abortion the abortionist delivers a full-term living baby, feet first, face down.  The fully viable baby is completely removed from the mother’s body with the exception of the top couple inches of its head.  At that point the abortionist shoves forceps into the base of the baby’s skull to create an opening. A vacuum device is then inserted into the opening and the baby’s brain is suctioned from its skull.  The now dead child is pulled the remaining inch or two from its mother’s body and then unceremoniously disposed of.

Whether or not you equate abortion with terrorism, the end result is the same.  Innocent human beings die for no good reason.  Whether you call it murder, abortion, pregnancy termination, or even terrorism, it really doesn’t matter what clever words you use to describe what happened to the victims.  They’re still dead.  The pro-abortion side takes offense with  abortion being called murder.  They’ll tell you that it’s not murder unless the killing is done with malice. Once again, what you choose to call it makes no difference to its victims.

The terrorists of the world proudly post videos of their barbarity for anyone to see.  The abortion industry goes to great lengths to  keep a veil of secrecy over the brutal procedures they employ thousands of times a day.  They don’t want you to see a vacuum aspiration abortion, their most commonly used procedure.  After inserting a vacuum device into the uterus, the baby is suctioned from the mother’s body and fed through a rotating blade device that eviscerates the child’s body.  To complete the procedure the abortionist then reassembles the dead baby’s tiny body parts to insure that it was totally removed from its mother’s body.  Vacuum aspiration sounds so much better than suctioning a baby through an eviscerator to kill it; but the words used to describe it have no effect on the outcome.

Intentionally killing another human being is what it is no matter what you call it.  To be fair, semantics are employed by both sides of the abortion debate to present their side in the most favorable light.  The difference is that my side uses them to save lives and the abortion lobby uses them to make it easier to kill more babies.  Our words, and how we use them, have consequences and can play a part in changing the world, for better or worse.  The words I write and speak, with nothing other than intent to serve humanity and save children, I do so with no fear of consequences.  If only the other side could honestly say the same.

Guilty as Charged

If you were accused of being pro-life would there be enough evidence to convict you?  If you were accused of being indifferent as thousands of babies are killed every day in your country, would there be enough evidence to convict you? These are interesting questions and food for thought.  The actions we choose not to take and the words we choose not to speak often have a greater impact on the world than our conscious words and deeds.  Saying or doing nothing as our society allows its innocent children to be killed in the womb implies endorsement of the practice.  Knowing that organizations like Planned Parenthood are preying on innocent, defenseless children, and failing to protect the weakest among us, is tantamount to participating in the slaughter.

These are my opinions and mine alone, and anyone disagreeing with me is free to do so, since an undeniable tenet of being alive is the ability to exercise your free will.  The free will we all treasure is one thing a baby in the womb cannot express.  It necessarily depends entirely on others for its very existence, and will continue to do so for years after its birth; if it is allowed to be born.  When we allow an unborn child, a fellow human being, to be killed for a fee, we set into motion a series of consequences that will follow us for eternity.  When we deny that an unborn child is a living human being we deny an undeniable truth.

If we look inward, we can see the truth.  We can see a world where every human being is allowed to express their God-given right to life.  We can visualize a world that no longer kills its unborn children and a world where Planned Parenthood is a concept, not an organization that kills hundreds of thousands of children every year.  I can see a world like this in my lifetime and look forward to my grandsons growing up in such a world.  If we can imagine it we can create it.  Imagine a world where every human being serves a sentence of life.

I plead guilty as charged to anyone accusing me of being pro-life.  I will serve any sentence imposed upon me for my beliefs and will not question any evidence used against me.  I will not appeal my conviction nor will I recant my testimony on behalf of the world’s children.  I’ve gotten a lot of things wrong in my life; as a matter of fact the only thing I’m absolutely sure I’ve gotten right is my stance on the side of life.  If there are consequences attached to my beliefs, so be it.  Once again, I plead guilty as charged.

Repost: Letter to Planned Parenthood Mar. 26, 2014


This time last year I was a year into my mission to end abortion.  I had been writing to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards for some time, and, of course, all my letters had gone unanswered.  I’m still in the fight and more determined than ever to put Planned Parenthood and everyone else in the business of killing babies out of business.  Reading this letter again after a year, I see that I used the word you pretty liberally.  I was fired up at the time and all the uses of you in my letter were my way of making this a personal thing between me and Ms. Richards.

I take it personally every day that babies are still killed in my country as a matter of choice and convenience.  I drive by my local Planned Parenthood clinic just about every day, and try to imagine the stories behind every car in the parking lot.  Try as I might, I can’t come up with a good reason for taking an innocent life, and to operate a business dedicated to killing children.  I’ll continue to fight for the lives of the world’s unborn children until I no longer can.  And I’ll continue to pester Cecile Richards just like I did in the following letter on March 26 of last year.



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 everyone’s conscience, 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.

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The Teacher #2

I’ve written extensively about my love for my grandsons and about what I feel our children and grandchildren can teach us about life.  As adults we tend to lose our ability to be awestruck by the simple things or to trust others unconditionally. We feel we have to understand and analyze everything we see and hear.  We hold grudges and succumb to anger when we should just let it go and move on with our lives.  I’m convinced that in order to truly appreciate the gift of life, we must embrace the sense of awe and innocence we all had as children.

Last Sunday night, as I carried my 4 year old grandson to to his mom’s car, I pointed out the stars in the sky and tried to explain to him that the light we were seeing from some of the stars was from stars that had blown up millions of years ago.  His reply, clothed in an innocence that can only come from a child, was “did they blow up like a puffer fish PopPop?”  I rely on the words and expressions of my 4 year old grandson, my life coach, when life throws me a lemon and I need to recenter.  He doesn’t know it yet, but he is the greatest teacher I have ever had.

He also doesn’t know that thousands of unborn children are killed every day in the country he is growing up in.  He doesn’t know that his PopPop is committed to ending the practice of abortion and to leaving him and his little brother a world where every child is safe, from the moment of conception.  I hope that my work plays a part in changing minds and creating a world where children are held in reverence, and I hope that one day both my grandsons will know that they were my inspiration.

The lessons we can learn about life, from the perspective of an innocent child, are the lessons we can use to make the world a better place.  They serve as our teachers, with no agenda and no biases.  They share their wisdom freely, happy to accept nothing other than a hug for their services.  All they need as teachers is for us to be willing students.  In a prior piece titled The Teacher, I quoted an ancient Zen Proverb that stated “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”  My teacher appeared 4 years ago.  I was ready to accept his teachings, and use them daily as I strive to be a better person and to serve my fellow man.

These days, when the world seems to be crumbling around me, I focus on my time in the presence of my teacher and gain comfort in knowing that he will change the world.  My resolve to do my part is totally dependent on the lessons I learn from a 4 year old child, and nothing I could ever do for him could ever repay him for what he has done for me.

Contradictions #2

This week a Wisconsin judge struck down a law requiring doctors working in abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.  His justification was that the benefit of insuring continuity of care for women injured during an abortion was outweighed by the “burden” that would be imposed upon them when trying to find a “qualified” facility at which to have their unborn child killed.  As a country, have we devolved to the point that preventing any inconvenience to a woman seeking to have her child killed is enforceable by law?  An individuals’ right to life, our most sacred founding principle, is being challenged, and won by bottom feeders like Planned Parenthood.

While the abortion industry was winning another battle in their fight to be able to kill more babies, our President was continuing his administration’s negotiations with Iran; negotiations that the whole world knows will lead to Iran developing nuclear weapons.  Ask yourself why a nation like Iran, sitting on over half a trillion barrels of oil, would want a nuclear program for anything other than a means to develop weapons.  This week, as negotiations continued, Iran’s Supreme Leader endorsed an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack on America.  It has been estimated that an EMP attack on our country would result in about 90% of us dying, yet our President feels he can trust a regime that is the world’s largest State sponsor of terrorism to abide by any agreement that is reached.

I weigh the words and actions of those that many of us choose to follow without question, and see nothing but contradictions.  I see our elected leaders swearing an oath to protect and defend all of us, while many of them support abortion on demand.  I lay awake at night, as visions of the bloodied bodies of all the children we allowed America’s abortion industry to kill each day run through my head.  I watch as Planned Parenthood promotes itself as a health care provider, when all they really want to do is kill more children.  I wonder daily if all the contradictions I see are seen only by me.  I wonder, at times, if I’m missing something, and that I could do more if I knew more.

Too many of us accept the status quo and choose not to worry about anything that we feel doesn’t affect us.  We go about our lives as thousands of unborn children are killed every day, and ignore the fact that our President is appeasing terrorists while he throws Israel under the bus.  As I write this on a Sunday morning, my country is focused on March Madness and who will make it to the Final Four.  My focus is on the madness that will allow over 3,000 innocent children to be killed tomorrow.  Without the gift of life, March Madness, complaining about an inept President, and fighting laws that allow our children to be killed would not be possible.

The ultimate contradiction is living your life while fighting to deny life to others.  We tread a slippery slope when we value one life over another and choose to look the other way as the weakest among us are killed by the millions.

Letter to President Obama #104

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 March 18, 2015

 Mr. President:

Despite your best efforts, Benjamin Netanyahu was reelected yesterday in a landslide.  The security and welfare of the Israeli people are in good hands; unlike my country.  Their borders are secure and they know their elected officials have their back.  Thanks to you, in large part, my government is spending my grandsons into perpetual debt and forcing many of my fellow Americans to reevaluate their retirement plans.  Our borders are non-existent and we kill our own at a much faster clip than any of our enemies could ever dream of.

While Benjamin Netanyahu fights for the survival of his nation, my government sends over $500 million to Planned Parenthood every year so they can kill our unborn children.  During your tenure as President, America’s abortion mills have killed over 2 million more children than the entire population of Israel.  As I write this, your willing accomplices in the Senate are attempting to sabotage the Justice for Victims in Trafficking Act; legislation designed to fight sex trafficking, because it doesn’t provide funding for abortion.   You and your allies apparently think that protecting funds for abortion is more important than protecting women and girls from human trafficking.

What more should we expect from an administration that is lead and run by amateurs, and in the pocket of the abortion and environmental lobbyists?  Mr. President, principled leadership seems to have no place in your administration.  America, while in decline, is still the best hope for the world.  Thumbing our nose at strong allies like Israel and negotiating with terrorist States like Iran, so they can develop nuclear weapons, is lunacy.  My grandsons deserve better, and so does the world.

The blessings we share as Americans obligate us to help those in need.  No one needs our help more than our children.  We have the power and the moral imperative to protect our children and to leave them a world that is better than we found it.  We are honor bound to fulfill this obligation and will be held to account for the fruits of our actions or inaction.

Mr. President, since you’re so fond of your phone and your pen, try putting them to good use.  Call your dogs off and let the Justice for Victims in Trafficking Act become law.  While you’re at it, endorse the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and save thousands of unborn children from horrible deaths.   Who knows?  You may just discover that using your authority to perform good works is a good thing.

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



Letter to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Current Address Unknown

Future Address: Hell


March 15, 2015

Addressing you as Sir or Mr. would imply respect, so I’ll refrain from using either.  As the leader of ISIS, you send your murderous thugs on rampages against innocent civilians, in the name of religion.  While they’re out raping, pillaging, and torturing, you hide behind women and children, afraid to show your face.  If you were a true leader and noble warrior you would face your adversaries unafraid, willing to die for the cause you supposedly believe in.  As the sniveling coward you are, you recruit your fighters as cannon fodder and claim that torturing and killing children, raping and enslaving women, and executing men are all in accordance with your religion.

In the interest of expediency, since I can’t address you as Sir or Mr., let’s agree that I’ll just call you dumbass.  Hey dumbass; you’re insane!  No legitimate religion endorses killing anyone who is a non-believer.  No religion calls for killing innocent people and harvesting their organs for sale on the black market.  Destroying ancient antiquities and immolating prisoners in steel cages are not referenced in any religious text.  The only religion you and your band of miscreants follow is the religion of pure evil.  As the soldiers of evil, you are pursuing a course that is not winnable. You know this, but being the dumbass you are, you continue down the path to oblivion, still believing you have a chance to establish a worldwide caliphate, with you as its leader.

In your role as self appointed leader of your caliphate, you have deemed that you are the final arbiter of the tenets of your perverted interpretation of Islam.  As a dumbass and a bloodthirsty terrorist, your actions speak to your insanity, and your depravity has shown the civilized world what evil human beings are capable of doing to their fellow human beings.  The atrocities that you convince others to perform on your behalf cannot be justified, and even you have to realize that this will not end well for you.

Every human being that your thugs will kill today have a God-given right to life.  Whether they live or die is not up to you to decide.  Your fate has been cast, and your defeat has already been set into motion.  The end of ISIS will come soon.  When the end comes for you, most likely in an act of violence with extreme prejudice, you may have a few seconds to conduct a brief life review.  You’ll see the error of your ways as you are dispatched to hell, and finally realize that the rivers of honey and 72 virgins ain’t gonna happen.  Only then will you realize that you wasted your life and punched your ticket to an eternity your actions condemned you to.


Letter to John Kerry #2

U.S. Department of State

2201 C Street NW

Washington, D.C.  20520

Attn: Secretary of State John Kerry

 March 9, 2015

 Mr. Secretary:

Let’s begin by assessing your skills as a negotiator.  To date, the only successful negotiations you have ever been a party to consist of you talking 2 rich women into marrying you.  An admittedly impressive feat, but I would postulate that this skill-set does not necessarily translate into you being able to save the world from a nuclear holocaust.  The word on the streets is that the Iranians are handing you your ass on a daily basis as you negotiate a timetable for them to obtain nuclear weapons.  Yes, I said a timetable for them to obtain nuclear weapons.  You and the Obama administration are so desperate to cut any kind of deal with Iran; there is no longer any doubt that they will be able to develop nuclear weapons.  The only question now is how soon.

Your first mistake in this doomed venture is negotiating with a rogue regime that’s the chief funding source for terrorism around the world.  Your second mistake is treating the Iranian government as honest brokers when they shout “Death to America” while clearly stating their goal of exterminating the State of Israel.  Your third mistake is drinking the Kool-Aid of an amateurish administration that is clearly over its head when it comes to managing foreign affairs; or frankly, managing anything more complicated than a golf outing.

Mr. Secretary, my primary focus in life is ending abortion and protecting children.  Trying to talk an inept administration out of stumbling into a nuclear pact with a Muslim extremist State, determined to kill hundreds of millions of people, necessarily dovetails into my mission.  We have no foundation of trust or any means to verify compliance by Iran with any deal you may broker.  You are dealing with a regime that has everything to gain and nothing to lose.  When one party in a negotiation is willing to promise anything as a means to its ends, with no intentions of honoring any of its promises, the party across the table losses, and loses badly.

National Security Advisor Susan Rice says we can’t make Iran unlearn what they know about producing nuclear weapons.  She’s right, so does that mean we just let them do it as long as they agree to tell us when they’ve finally produced them?   What is the upside to providing a path to nuclear weapons to a nation that no one trusts, and then watching as the rest of the Arab world develops their own nuclear weapons in order to defend themselves against an apocalyptic State awaiting the 12th Imam?

Mr. Secretary, a Middle East arms race instigated by a nation like Iran cannot be spun into a diplomatic victory for America or the world.  A nuclear Iran will endanger us all and must not be allowed to happen.  Walk away, impose crippling economic sanctions, and support regime change.  If none of the above works, give Israel the green light and watch how principled leaders defend their nations against clear and present dangers from lunatic regimes.

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It’s been said that you never get a second chance to make a good first impression.  While first impressions are important, they often don’t paint an accurate picture.  Look at President Obama.  He made one good speech in 2004, that someone else wrote for him, and was immediately anointed as a future President.  Fast forward from his American Idol ascendance to the Presidency in 2008 to the present, and it’s painfully obvious that first impressions can be deceiving.

Take a look at a Planned Parenthood brochure.  The pictures of smiling, attractive young people would lead you to believe that a Planned Parenthood clinic is anything but a place you go to pay to have your child killed.  Even though abortion is their principle source of revenue, they go to great pains to make you believe otherwise.  They know that practicing truth in advertising and publishing pictures of the bloody dead bodies of the children that entered their clinics alive would probably be bad for business.  Pointing out in their literature that they kill over 300,000 children every year would put a damper on the happy-feely impression they are trying to make.

We all make our unique impressions on the world with our words and actions; but it’s never a complete picture.  While the things we say and do leave an impression, the words we don’t say and the actions we choose not to take leave an equally indelible mark.  When we choose to not speak out or take action in the face of evil, we allow evil to advance its agenda.  We all choose our paths as a result of the impressions made upon us by others.  We make our greatest impressions when we act with an inner knowing that we are playing our role towards a goal that is much bigger and much more important than either of us.

When we choose our paths and answer our callings we must do so with a courage of conviction that is unwavering. Only when we are willing to lose everything for the cause we believe in, are we able to manifest miracles and bring about true change.  The world’s unborn children represent the unbroken chain of humanity that confirms intelligent design and the existence of our Creator.  Our duty to protect His creations is our most important obligation, and the results of our actions in the pursuit of this endeavor yield the impressions that change the world.

One life saved is a worthy goal of a lifetime of toil.  A lifetime of toil, absent a focus on service to others, is a wasted opportunity to make an impression that inspires others to perform works they had once only dreamed of.  The impressions we leave behind are evidence of the brief flash of light that represents the life we were given, and the manner in which we embraced it.  Life is fleeting, but priceless.  Preserve it, protect it, and strive to inspire others to hold it in reverence.


Letter to Hillary Clinton #1

Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham Clinton

120 West 45th Street

Suite 2700

New York, N.Y.  10036

 March 7, 2015

 Ms. Clinton:

You don’t know me and probably wouldn’t want to.  I’m one of the millions of Americans who would vote against you if you ran for President in 2016.  About a year ago I predicted that you wouldn’t run, and based on your latest scandal, I’m feeling pretty confident right now.  Speaking of scandals, let’s recap some of your more infamous ones; shall we?  We have the Whitewater Real Estate swindle, Travel-Gate, the Rose Law Firm billing records, your role as the enforcer in the Clinton Bimbo Brigade while Bill was President, the Vince Foster suicide, your Universal Health Care debacle as First Lady, the Clinton Global Initiative receiving donations from foreign governments while you were Secretary of State, your incompetence, lies, and cover-up of the facts surrounding the Benghazi terrorist attack, and now, your email issues as Secretary of State, which will most likely end up with you being charged with multiple felonies.  Did I miss anything?

Ms. Clinton, let’s face it; you’ll never be the President of the United States.  Based on the current mess you’re in, and the abject distain the Obama administration has for you, you’ll be lucky not to end up in jail.  Bill will never get the chance to relive his glory days and nights in the White House, doing God knows what with God knows who, and you will just be an average American citizen worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

In spite of all the scandals you’ve been involved in; most Americans probably don’t know that you were the recipient of Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award in 2009.  As you know, or would probably deny knowing, the Margaret Sanger Award is named in honor of Planned Parenthood’s racist, eugenicist founder.  During your acceptance speech you stated that you admired Margaret Sanger’s vision.  Her vision included the extermination of the black race and any other human being she determined to be unfit to live.  She referred to blacks as “human weeds” and established Planned Parenthood’s first abortion clinics in poor, inner city neighborhoods with the express purpose of killing black children.

Ms. Clinton, you bring a lot of baggage to the table, figuratively and literally.   Looking at the big picture, the facts that the Clinton Global Initiative spent $50 million on travel and entertainment last year and that you had to run interference and destroy the lives of your husband’s extra-marital dalliances during his Presidency, are small potatoes when viewed against the backdrop of your total body of work in sleaziness and skirting the law.  As a rabid supporter of the abortion industry, you have shown me all I need to see about your character and your disregard for the lives of America’s unborn children.  I think I can safely assume that you could care less about what I think; or as you would say, “What difference does it make?”

My letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.  You could email me, but due to your current email issues, that might not be a good idea.