Monday, August 28, 2006

Want to Travel?

The summer vacation season is almost over and that's often the best time to get great deals on airline flights, rental cars, hotels, and cruises. So if you're still looking to travel, now's your chance.

We've put together the most popular ProLifeSearch
travel links below. We hope they're helpful.

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Travel
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Airlines
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Car Rental
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Hotels
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Cruises
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Vacations

Thanks for helping us support life.

Monday, August 14, 2006

What's the Buzz?

Ever wonder what the rest of the ProLifeSearch.com community is searching for? Well we have your answer.

A new link on our homepage called "PLS Top 10" gives you the top 10 search terms that the PLS world is searching for.

The list is updated daily (except weekends) so go visit it now and check out what the buzz is all about.

This Week's Leader: So far this week it seems everyone wants to be reminded of the former Pontiff while searching their desktop. Leading off the list this week is the search "John Paul II Wallpaper."

Friday, August 11, 2006

ProLifeShopping.com

Something new that we just launched in beta is ProLifeShopping.com.

Many of you will look at this site and say, "It looks like simply a link to Amazon." And you're right. It's just that simple.

The only difference is that up to 8% of any purchase you make through ProLifeShopping.com goes to our pro-life donation pool. So you can buy the exact same things you would from Amazon at the exact same price knowing that you're also helping to provide financial support to pro-life charities.

Amazon isn't just for buying books. You can get everything including electronics, school supplies, clothes, computer games, lawn equipment -- you name it and they probably have it.

So if you're thinking of buying that new outdoor grill online, some birthday gifts, or maybe some clothes and school supplies for the kids, make sure you buy it from ProLifeShopping.com. You'll get the same great products and at the same time support life.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

What Happened?

I know from the emails that most of you were asking this question over the weekend.

Ahh, the wonderful world of technology!

We had a minor glitch in the search system and instead of providing you poor results, we opted to switch back to the Google search. We hope to have this glitch cleared up by no later than this weekend so we can move on to the New and Improved site.

Thanks for your patience.

Friday, August 04, 2006

The New and Improved ProLifeSearch!

Beginning next week you'll start to see some major changes to ProLifeSearch.com -- and all of them are for the best!

First, we have a new search technology that will be independent of Google and actually bring you better search results!

Second, the home page will be cleaner and without clutter. I know a lot of you are jumping up and down for joy at this, and Chad (you know who you are) you can stop sending us emails on how ugly the homepage looks.

Third, donations will be made automatically and your chance to have our donations made in your name will be daily instead of monthly. At random times throughout the day a special screen will appear for the user searching closest to that time. That screen will allow you to select not only whose name you want the donation made in, but also which charity will receive it. I know even more of you are jumping up and down at this news.

All in all it will be a better search experience for you and it will allow us more opportunities to make more donations to pro-life charities.

What you'll see is the result on over nine months of development and countless hours of dedicated individual and team effort. Thanks to all the wonderful people who made this possible.

So check out the new site once it's up and start searching!

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Strange Brew, Kills What's Inside of You

Remember that old Cream song? Morbidly, it's the first thing I thought of when I heard this morning that the FDA will most likely make the Plan B "Morning After" pill available without a prescription.


Plan B is essentially a megadose of prescription hormonal birth-control pills. It is marketed as a contraceptive but it works both before and after conception. This means that it destroys anything that may have been conceived the night before.

So why the big push to make this strange brew more readily available? After all, a 2005 study co-authored by a Planned Parenthood doctor in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that having Plan B on hand did nothing to reduce pregnancy rates compared to those who obtained the drug from a pharmacy.

My only answer is that it's the unfortunate yet natural result of a culture based on death. And that culture's proponents are focused on making death readily available just in case you might need to kill what's inside of you.