Memorial Day, EVERY DAY. 

In the abortion wars, soldiers die everyday in a war they never knew existed or was a part of. 52 unborn Ohioans will be aborted TODAY.

#memorialday #abortionwars

Gone, but not forgotten.

Memorial Day is upon us, and those of us that have family who have served know this special day intimately. I have family in a National Cemetery; it’s overwhelming to see all those marble markers representing a soldier who chose to serve. Each one has a story to tell.

This Memorial Day, I challenge you to also remember those that fell during the War on Women, who died without a parade or given a solemn service with flowers and family present: The Unborn.

  • Number of American battle deaths in all U.S. wars since 1776: 654,000
  • Number of abortions in the United States since 1970: 52,333,826
  • Ratio of U.S. abortions to battle deaths in all U.S. wars: 80 to 1. [ref]

KEEPLIFELEGALThe 9/11 attacks were considered one of the greatest tragedies of our time on American soil. That day, more babies died from abortion death than those who died during the calculated attack on the twin towers. The War on Women has created millions of deaths since the 9/11 tragedy.

The Abortion Agenda – the REAL War on Women – is the national tragedy of our time.

The REAL threat to America is abortion and its agenda; it is a threat to every unborn baby. This War on Women is a threat to every mom, grandmother, father, grandfather, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin and friend. If there is a ‘war on women’, it is because this war is short-cutting who women truly are by making them subservient to the abortion & reproductive agenda.KEEPLIFELEGAL

We cannot forget ALL of the fallen – they gave their lives as a sacrifice; our soldiers sacrificed for our freedom, our unborn sacrificed for a woman’s so-called right to choose. I truly don’t believe that any of our soldiers went into battle to support the calculated execution of the unborn.

Have a Blessed Memorial Day.

Memorial Day, 2013

This Memorial Day, we remember those that fought for us here at home and overseas. Many of us have or had soldiers in our families that told great stories of conflict and valor or died while fighting for our right to tell those stories. Our troops protect us, every one of them.

But this day I ask you to ponder this: Remember the 4000 unborn children that will be sacrificed today and every day in a war called CHOICE. Their lives were snuffed out as a sacrifice to mothers that had ‘better’ intentions for their lives. The sacrifice of unborn life has no parade in their honor, no picnics, no memorials…just a sacrifice of life that will be remembered by no one other than the breaking hearts of their mothers.

In this silent war of CHOICE, please remember our little warriors that were sacrificed for an unnamed ‘greater good’. Those of us on the front lines of this war are in conflict every day to save their lives. Our armies are small but effective, we are sometimes nameless but remembered by every mother that goes to abortion facilities every day.

We are the last line of defense for the defenseless.

Remember our troops, here and abroad.


This is NOT that.

There are some things that cannot be ignored…The Holy Bible IS part of this country’s birth, like it or not:

“The president is encouraged … to issue a proclamation calling upon citizens of all faiths to rediscover and apply the priceless, timeless message of the Holy Scripture which has profoundly influenced and shaped the United States and its great Democratic form of government, as well as its rich spiritual heritage, and which has unified, healed and strengthened its people for over 200 years…..The national year of the Bible resolution reminds us that our great nation was founded upon biblical principles and that religious freedom is guaranteed by the Bill of Rights,” Georgia Rep. Paul Broun said in a statement.

“Does that mean 2009 is not the year of the Bible?” mocked Rep. Barney Frank (D-Swine). “What is 2012 the year of? The Quran?”  Maybe…considering Iran has sent six warships to international waters. I really miss Ronald Reagan.

A memorable Memorial Day!Obama 2008 Memorial Day

The president participated at the 141st annual Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery’s Tomb of the Unknowns…..But the president decided to start what may become a new tradition by sending (didn’t bother to show up) a wreath to the African-American Civil War Memorial.

For one thing, Barack HUSSEIN Obama is half African, not a black American. Has any of his family ever marched for civil rights or fought in a war?  For another, where is the Presidential wreath for all of the fallen Native Americans? The Asian Americans? Anyone? Anyone?  I somehow get the feeling that a gay wreath is in the thought process…

Kind of like Dr. Evil…lots of money, way too much time on their hands and a god-complex.

A meeting that included some of the biggest names in the “billionaires club,” according to the London Times – Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Ted Turner, Oprah Winfrey, Warren Buffett, George Soros and Michael Bloomberg met and were each given 15 minutes to present their favorite cause – and the winner is…population control?  Less people, more money to control and keep, wouldn’t you say?

Besides, Gates has experience with this – he said, “When I was growing up, my parents were always involved in various volunteer things. My dad was head of Planned Parenthood. At the dinner table my parents are very good at sharing the things that they were doing (baby killing). And almost treating us like adults, talking about that.”  Aw…good times, good times. There’s nothing like sharing the deaths of un-named unborn children at the dinner table, eh?

Every one of the billionaires listed, and many more not named here, have given not only to Planned Parenthood but has also funded foreign ‘reproductive health’ programs including contraceptives and abortion.

Let’s review…

My computer had contracted yet another debilitating virus. Thankfully I am up and running AGAIN. I am so tired of retrieving lost data. I haven’t had this many attacks on my computer until I started this blog/ministry…..hmmm….? I might have been down, but I ain’t out.


I have not lost a loved one to an act of war. I do not have knowledge of what it is like to have a family member at war. But, I truly appreciate the valiant effort that our men and women give for our continued freedoms. I am thankful to all those that died for the United States of America. My family (on Dad’s side) has been in America since the 1700’s; they came here from Europe for freedoms – spiritual and political, that were only in the brand new United States of America and came here while the ink was still wet on the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence – to be in a land where one could prosper in the Lord Jesus Christ without persecution.

I hold these truths to be self-evident. God Bless you all. And thanks.