Planned Parenthood Pink: No Justice, No Peace
By The Restoration Project
Justice is something that every American desires and expects when entering the corridors of a courthouse. One legal dictionary defines justice as: ) fairness. 2) moral rightness. 3) a scheme or system of law in which every person receives his/ her/its due from the system, including all rights, both natural and legal.
The moral rightness, fairness and system of law, in recent times, has faded into obscurity in some jurisdictions as the courts are being stacked with political operatives whose mission is to uphold a political agenda. Violators of Federal and State laws have taken to pouring thousands of dollars into the campaigns of local and state prosecutors; in order to ensure favorable outcomes should they face charges. Some have been so bold as to create specific laws designed to entangle their foes in criminal proceedings while disrupting any legal proceedings that would hold them accountable for their violations of law.
What does this obfuscation mean for those who work to expose corruption – it means they cannot expect, nor will they get justice. And in time, they will be bankrupt because they have not the taxpayer’s money to continue their fight against the corrupt, politically motivated machine that seeks to devour them. This is not babble, but is a summary of what is happening to David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress. David exposed the illegal trading of baby parts Planned Parenthood engaged in for profit. A Congressional committee found enough evidence of their conspiring to refer evidence to Attorneys General in some of the states where the babies parts were sold.
Yet, Congress has not yet taken away the federal funds Planned Parenthood is using to bring David and others of their foes down. Instead, some of the Congressmen and Congresswomen, most of whom have received donations from Planned Parenthood, are promoting the fiction that the largest abortion provider in the nation is helping poor women and women of color have access to reproductive healthcare.
America is being torn apart in recent years because of perceived injustices across the nation. Police officers shooting/choking unarmed Black men in the streets and the police failing to find and prosecute those that have turned the streets of Chicago into a war zone are just two of the injustices in a growing list. If California is able to get away with turning a blind eye to justice for David Daleiden, then all of America needs to be in fear. One wealthy woman’s (Cecile Richards) agenda overriding the Constitution and laws of this nation will result in chaos. Especially for those Planned Parenthood does not want too many of.
In the movie Amazing Grace, the soon to be Prime Minister asks William Wilberforce “Do you intend to use your beautiful voice to praise the Lord or change the world? What will you use your beautiful voice for? Every American who understands the cost of losing justice should dig into their pockets and give to David’s defense fund. His freedom and ours depends on stopping this corruption its tracks. Give to David today: http://bit.ly/2sssskp.
#Enough #DavidDaleiden #DefundPlannedParenthood
We are please to announce
Dr. Alveda King, Niece of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and Director of King for America will be visiting Rochester, NY
October 1,2,and 3, 2017,
Stay tuned for more information
The number of pregnant women that face domestic abuse
According to the NYS Pram Survey (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Survey) asking 2,636 women if they were pushed, hit, slapped, kicked, choked or otherwise hurt during the 12 months prior to pregnancy, 3.3% responded yes (4.3% of non-Hispanic blacks) or 4.5% excluding NYC (6.3% non-Hispanic blacks). Asking the same question to the same respondents about physical abuse during pregnancy, the percentages only drop slightly: 2.5% reported yes (2.9% among non-Hispanic blacks) or 3.4% excluding NYC (3.9% non-Hispanic blacks).
According to the June 2010 Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology article Intimate Partner Homicide Among Pregnant and Post -Partum Women by Dr. Diana Chen and Isabelle Horton, PhD, homicide is the number one cause of death among pregnant women and 1st year postpartum women. Women under 25, African American women and unmarried women are at a higher risk. These deaths most often happen within the first trimester. The most common method is firearms.
In addition, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Violent Death Reporting System (2011) reports that 3 out of every 100,000 pregnant women have cause of death as homicide. Again, unmarried, women under 25 and black women have a higher risk.
These statistics justify the visual and message on the billboard. In addition, the image on the billboard projects a positive image that reflects love and compassion. Plus it is captivating and emotional.
Pastors: A pilot video is a standalone episode of a series of videos that will be used to promote an idea or a message. Here is one of the Issues4Life Foundation’s earliest “Issues4Life!” video episodes that both highlights the Foundation’s work in Black America and the very, very generous contributions to our first “Black Pastor and Wives” Conference by the American Life League‘s Culture of Life Studies Program. Thank you Judie and Mary. Lori and I know you’re listening. #BrothersWeNeedToTalk.