Archive for October, 2012

October 30, 2012 – Karen Malek

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Karen was a great Guest in July of 2011, and I have asked her back for the waning days of October, which is “Breast Cancer Awareness Month” and “Respect Life Month”. I am eager to get Karen’s perspective on the HHS mandate and how it will impact the breast cancer epidemic. That mandate has caused a huge stir in the media about Planned Parenthood, the so-called “War on Women”, and hearkens back to the Komen Foundation and it’s involvement with Planned Parenthood. Historically, many (most?) of the organizations–governmental and other–have denied a link between abortion and breast cancer, in spite of evidence to the contrary. I’ll be asking Karen about this evidence and whether the denials are continuing.

October 23, 2012 – Peter Breen

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This week Steve Koob talks with Peter Breen, the Executive Director of the Thomas More Society defending life, marriage and religious freedom. Peter is involved in all three of these areas and can enlighten us on the federal court cases involving Catholic institutions suing Health and Human Services over government denial of our religious freedom.

October 16, 2012 – 40 Days for Life

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From a local prayer vigil at a Planned Parenthood abortuary in College Station Texas, Shawn Carney and David Bereit have built 40 Days for Life Campaigns into a massive baby-saving, abortion-worker-rescuing, abortuary-closing production line that has documented close to 6000 saved babies, 69 abortion-workers leaving, and several closed abortion mills. These campaigns have energized the pro-life movement with thousands of new volunteer prayers and workers. Please listen to learn more about how this movement began and developed to include 40 Days for Life campaigns in over 300 cities, 49 states, on four continents and 7 countries.

October 09, 2012 – Royce Dunn

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Two days after many of us participated in one of the 1300+ Life Chains all across America, and in some other countries, I am very pleased to interview Royce Dunn, the founder of Life Chain, that began in California 25 years ago. I am very eager to hear what inspired Royce and what fruits have been borne from 25 years of Life Chains. I am also very interested in learning what he sees for the future of the pro-life movement in America. Are we ever going to abolish abortion, and how will that come to pass?