Friday, April 21, 2006

Is Vandalism Against Life a New Trend?

Now at Princeton. Is this a new trend, or are we just paying closer attention now?

Read the full article here from the Daily Princetonian.

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Kentucky Takes a Stand

The Northern Kentucky University professor, Sally Jacobsen, who incited and took part in vandalism against a Pro-Life memorial has been dismissed by the university.

It's nice to see some backbone, especially from an institute of higher learning. Nice work NKU.

Read the full article here from

Recent Donations

These are the donation checks going out this week. (The recipient charities are in parentheses):

• In the name of Mary Speranzella (Valor a l'Amor)
• In the name of Scott Wallisch (La Clinica Guadalupana)
• In honor of Father Rohan for supporting Youth 2000 in CT (Elizabeth's New Life Center)
• In the name of Sage Jensen (American Collegians for Life)
• In memory of Father James Pilsner (died October 2005) (Pro-Life Action Ministries)
• In memory of Donald P. Libera, Sr. (died December 3, 1999) (Tepeyac Family Center)
• In the name of Francis Xavier Gerard Delevante (Maggie's Place)
• In memory of Terri Schindler Schiavo (AAA Women for Choice)
• In memory of Pope John Paul II (Alberta Life Issues Educational Society)
• In the name of Claire and Andrew (Casa de Los Angelitos)
• In the name of Maureen Gutting (Billboards for Life)
• In memory of Elmo Palmer (Culture of Life Foundation)
• In the name of Joshua & Macallan (Life Choices, Inc.)
• In honor of Jean Slingerland, John Paul II, Michael Barnhill (Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust)
• In memory of Unborn children of abortion (Wordnet Productions, Inc.)
• In the name of Lee and Ella Nora Welcker (EWTN)
• In memory of Antonio Cardinal Bacci (Priests for Life)
• In the name of Dave Nix (Women’s Center of Chicago)
• In the name of Isabel Rose Giancola (Human Life International)
• In memory of Sean Patrick Posey (August 8th 1985 - January 4th 2006) (BOMA-USA)

Thanks to all of you for making these donations possible!!!

Friday, April 14, 2006

Another Example of Liberal "Tolerance"

This time from a professor.

Dr. Sally Jacobsen, a professor of British Women's Literature (obviously a vast area of study) at Northern Kentucky University, encouraged students to vandalize a Pro-Life memorial and was caught on camera participating herself.

Here's the contact information she lists on her website:

Office: Landrum 545
Office Telephone Number: (859) 572-5506
E-mail Address:

Read the full story at

Thursday, April 13, 2006


On behalf of Joe, myself, and everyone that makes possible -- have a Holy Triduum and a Happy Easter.

Thank you again for making such a success for life.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Technology Update

Many people have requested a technology update so here it is:

As many of you know Google is (currently) not in favor of us using their ad network to generate donations for prolife charities. Because of this we have been looking for a new search partner for the last few months.

A few of the big ones turned us down for religious/political reasons, but surprisingly not all. We are currently in negotiations with two great search result providers (names to be announced once the contracts are signed).

This will allow us to control the content on the search engine results page to include our own ad network, thereby increasing revenues to create more donations for the prolife charities that so desperately need them.

Thank you all so much for continuing to use and spreading the word.

P.S. We have even more technology improvements coming, but I don't want to spill the beans on those until they are ready to launch. These very exciting developments will take ProLifeSearch beyond just search technology and bring a good deal more of the Internet's mainstream technology to you -- the prolife community. Stay tuned!

Monday, April 03, 2006

First TV Appearance

Bro. Steve Pardy of Wordnet Productions was kind enough to ask us on the Fr. Michael Manning Show.

They will tape the show on April 28th, so look for it sometime in May. You can see Jack's new haircut. He now looks surprisingly similar to the original G.I. Joe doll with Kung Fu grip from the 70s.