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    Now. This week. Push back against the great silencing of our time.

    If a pro-life movie was refused soundtrack licensing by almost every major record label… …if it was refused paid advertising spots on every mainstream television outlet (save Fox News)… …if the MPAA slapped it with an R-rating for portraying a 2-D gray-scale abortion on the screen of a sonogram machine and the bleeding in the bathroom from the abortion pill… …if it faithfully represented the first-hand experience of a former Planned Parenthood executive who is now Pro-Life… …if it was attacked by Planned Parenthood saying, “The claims in this film are simply false” (“These are not the droids you’re looking for”)… …then I would make every effort to see it…

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    Credibility of Planned Parenthood undercover videos restored, but not our broken cultural trust

    When trust totally breaks down, intimacy becomes impossible. We see and hear everything through that grid of mistrust. Marriages spiral into divorce. When trust totally breaks down in a nation we see and hear everything through that grid of mistrust. We turn to relationships and voices that share our values. An organization with a different value on life, a boy with a different red hat is immediately suspect. Nations spiral into political divorce. Unity withers and dies. It’s been a nasty week in the trenches of broken cultural trust—the boys of Covington Catholic School getting attacked because white males in red MAGA hats face-to-face with native Americans beating drums are…

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    A Wilberforce Moment: The PP videos and how you can make a difference

    Planned Parenthood supporters are leaning on Congress and the media to kill the story of what’s really going on inside America’s abortion trade.  Reminds me of how England’s  slave ship owners did *not* want the Brits to see what went on inside the slave ships. We are living in Wilberforce times, no?   William Wilberforce was the British Member of Parliament who led the fight to abolish the slave trade. If you haven’t seen Amazing Grace, the 2006 movie about that struggle, now would be a good time. Especially to see the scene where Wilberforce has arranged for a pleasure cruise of British lords and ladies to pass by the…