ABORTION SANCTUARY CITIES: Don’t Meet Me in St. Louis, it’ll kill ya.

This writer is a native St. Louisan. I thought the sun rose and set only because of this once great city. I would have fought you over this, I was born there and thought I would die there. In a great sense, I did. I died there in 1978.

“Two St. Louis aldermen, in partnership with NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri, have launched an effort to make the city a sanctuary for reproductive rights.” Read the rest hereDon’t they mean DEproductive?

In ’78, abortion was only a few years old, it seemed like there was a death pit on every corner. And if that weren’t enough, the ‘eastside’ – Illinois – would accommodate killing bigger babies in a place called ‘Hope’ Clinic for Women. It was filthy and the local legend was beyond anything imaginable.

In fact, before there was Roe, John Ashcroft did his best to keep Missouri abortion free. He knew abortion murdered innocent unborn children, and he did not want his state – MY STATE – to become an abortion destination. With a demon named Judy Widdicombe trying to make abortion in St. Louis like a 7-Eleven, Ashcroft fought that thing and many other demons to keep my state a sanctuary for our precious unborn.

But, Nurse Ratchet would have her way. And thanks to her, myself and untold tens of thousands of Missouri women are like an empty tomb where our children should have been. Read the rest here.

St. Louis has always been a union  town, a place where Democrats thrive. And after I left there over 27 years ago, STL has gotten to a place that is nearly unrecognizable. If it weren’t for the Arch, I wouldn’t recognize it beyond the mosques, Planned Parenthoods, and blight. THAT’S what you get with Democrat so-called ‘leadership’.

The aldermen trying to make STL a so-called ‘sanctuary reproductive city’ is a blatant move to bring back Big Abortion to the city and “plans to introduce legislation that would establish a buffer zone around the entrance to the Planned Parenthood clinic on Forest Park Parkway.” Actually, this is proof that anti-abortion activism is WORKING. Diligent advocates have been working very hard to show the humanity of the unborn to women that believe the lie of abortion. Central West End Planned Parenthood Death Pit has had it’s troubles with the law and botched abortions putting over 60 patients in the hospital. Read the rest here. Not so much of a sanctuary, I’d say.

While prolifers may think this ‘sanctuary reproductive city’ thing may not hold water, just know that anti-abortion activists are very aware that some states have a ‘city rule’ in their state constitution which may allows cities within that state to make laws that can circumvent state and federal law, including buffer zones. This happened last year in Columbus, Ohio. Activists who live within the city limits of large Democrat-ran cities must go to city council meetings and make sure you KNOW what they are doing to your city. It is YOUR CITY.

My home town has lost it’s way, ran by bigots who hate unborn children and anything decent. Learn from STL’s mistakes. This once great city is now just another death pit to conservatism, Christians, and the unborn.


EXPOSING THE ABORTION AGENDA FROM THE PULPIT, ON THE SIDEWALK, THE MEDIA & IN THE STATEHOUSE: “Once I realized that my abortion was a tragedy and not an accomplishment, I was able to discern correctly that abortion is, indeed, MURDER.” ~ Rev. Katherine, post-abortive minister, counselor, AMERICAN.

YOU can contribute to KeepLifeLegal by simply going to the sidewalk, praying, voting for and supporting anti-abortion candidates.

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#BLACKLIVESMATTER: Respecting #Life Begins in the Womb

As I reported in the previous post, ‘Breakdown of ACTUAL Black Deaths in Missouri Before and After Michael Brown’, abortion deaths of Black Missourians are staggering: NINE unborn Black Missourians die an abortion death every day. Thousands are aborted every day while Black Missourians make up almost 12% of the total population of Missouri. Math doesn’t lie…but the abortion agenda does.

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Three tubs of aborted baby remains.

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In Ohio, much is the same:
* Total population of Ohio is 11.5 million
* Black Ohioans make up 12.5% of the total population
* 2013 total of 23,216 abortion in Ohio, 9844 were Black
* 42.4% of all abortions in Ohio were Black Ohioans.

The total amount of Ohio abortions in 2013 WENT DOWN while Black abortions went UP. That means Black Ohioans abort more often than even Black Missourians; about 33% in Missouri. In fact, in Ohio the Black abortion rate went UP nearly a full percentage point.

Why are we killing our unborn Black children more often than Caucasians?

The abortion agenda has been prevalent for over 100 years. Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, bought in to the eugenic/genocide agenda. She believed that minorities, the poor, disabled, the sick and afflicted to be ‘human weeds’ and targeted for removal through abortion and contraception.

The legend of Margaret Sanger is playing out in plain sight while Ferguson burns. And somehow the so-called #BlackLivesMatter movement has conveniently forgotten that they kill their own unborn at an alarming rate while mouring Michael Brown.

Some will argue that Michael was born and had a name…but so do the 55+ Millions dead from abortionm. In Jeremiah 1:5, God said that all lives were known BEFORE they were in their mother’s womb. Each child whether born, unborn, aborted and not yet known had a name, a purpose, a plan by God…none are forgotten by Him.

Then, the agument is void, every life matters, born and unborn.

How can there be a respect for life if we buy into the culture of death? The culture of death began in the womb through abortion on demand. We as a nation have deemed unborn lives as WEEDS.

This has gotten so out of hand that we have forgotten that there is a sin problem, not a cultural problem. Today there is protesting in cities all over America because of ‘Black Friday’. These protestors/demostrators say this is not civil disobedience but civil ‘unrest’. That’s a real nice name for doing whatever you want blatantly in the face of the LAW. How can this honor anyone?

What does this have to do with Black abortions? When you buy into the idea that killing an unborn child to be normal or accepted for any reason, then holding up expressways and shopping malls and ‘die-ins’ have no consequence to the offender.

Black lives DO matter, but unborn Black lives DO NOT. And if they don’t matter, how can anything else matter?

Break the curse of Margaret Sanger – Be the change…because #UnbornBlackLivesMatter.

BREAKING: Blake of COGIC Threatens the State of Missouri

Recently, self appointed ‘apostle’ Charles Blake of the Church of God in Christ drafted a letter to send a message to bully the state of Missouri to crucify Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown shooting.

This letter is rampant with assumptions and outright lies. Blake is stirring people to turn on government and police to further his racist agenda. Make no mistake: Blake has an agenda to break the State of Missouri using the COGIC’s multiple millions and threats as his henchmen.

Apparently Mr. Blake doesn’t believe people should be able to defend themselves…unless they are a person of color. Since the 2008, Mr. Blake has taken the COGIC to the altar of abortion for Mr. Obama and is soon to take it to the LGBT. But where they came from was FAR from being bullies, murderers, and racists: This atrocity was an offshoot of the Great Azusa Street Revival.

I cannot imagine how God must be grieved by this. Mr. Blake needs to turn in his collar and join the ranks of other race baiters like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.

This letter is incredibly offensive. No real man of God would assume his own superiority to do this…and in writing. Mr. Blake, you need to revisit the Altar.

The text of the letter is below; click here to see the copy of it.

Dear Governor Nixon:

The tragic shooting of Michael Brown is extremely troubling to us. As an organization that has invested over $ 140 million dollars in the St. Louis regional economy over the past four years, with the likelihood of investing an additional $150 million dollars over the next four years, we feel especially obligated to urge that steps be taken to ensure that there will be justice in the Michael Brown shooting and that necessary systemic changes will be made that reduce the likelihood of situations like those listed below happening again:

  • The alleged circumstances surrounding his shooting;
  • The fact that the body of a teenager was left lying in the street for over four hours;
  • The militaristic response by law enforcement to individuals exercising their first amendment right to peaceful protest;
  • The fact that law enforcement officers removed their name badges during protests so as to remain anonymous;
  • What clearly looked like an effort by the Ferguson Police Chief to poison public opinion by releasing edited video tape about a totally unrelated event;
  • The unprecedented time it took to make public the name of the involved officer;
  • The fact that a police report has still not been made public as required by law;
  • The fact that law enforcement was seen wearing bracelets that say ‘I am Darren Wilson’ while positing that the public wait for the completion of the process before drawing conclusions;
  • The seemingly inordinate amount of time that it has taken to determine if Officer Wilson should be prosecuted; and,
  • The additional shootings in St. Louis of which at least one appears to have resulted from inappropriate use of deadly force.

An understanding of your plans to ensure justice is achieved and to make needed systemic changes will be helpful in our deliberations. We await your expeditious reply.

Sincerely,

Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr.
Presiding Bishop and the General Board
The Seventh in Succession
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST, INC.

Senator Claire McCaskill
Missouri

The Honorable Francis G. Slay
Mayor, City of Saint Louis

The Honorable James Knowles, III
Mayor, City of Ferguson

Mr. Charlie A. Dooley, County Executive
St. Louis County, Missouri

Ms. Kathleen M. Ratcliffe, President
St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission

Mr. Thomas J. Irwin, Executive Director
Civic Progress

The General Board