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‘Runaway Slave’ movie theme song

Here’s the music video to Rev. C.L. Bryant’s movie “Runaway Slave.” Jack Spade sings and it  includes some scenes and people  featured in the film. You can get it by clicking on one of my Amazon links… Click here for my story on Rev. Bryant and “Runaway Slave”

Would blacks vote for a white Obama?

WND EXCLUSIVE Would blacks vote for a white Obama? Former NAACP leader defies racial politics in new movie, ‘Runaway Slave’ Published: August 3, 2012 By Anita Crane If Barack Obama wasn’t black, would most black voters really have reason to support him? Rev. C.L. Bryant, a former chapter president of the National Association for the […]

Inspiring Chinese rubbish collector who saved and raised 30 babies

God bless this saintly woman, widow and mother. Please pray for her because she’s suffering kidney failure – a painful disease – and she may very well be meeting the Lord of Life soon. Thanks to the Daily Mail for sharing her story… The truly inspiring story of the Chinese rubbish collector who saved and […]

Judge protects videos exposing ‘savage’ abortions

Judge protects videos exposing ‘savage’ abortions Clinics sued over copyright infringement from parodies Published: June 22, 2012 by Bob Unruh Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after spending nearly three decades writing on a wide range of issues for several Upper Midwest newspapers and the Associated Press. Sports, tornadoes, homicidal survivalists, and legislative battles all […]

Welcome to the USA Chen Guangcheng

Thanks to God, the disgruntled Chinese government and several embassies, yesterday Chen Guangcheng, his wife and children arrived in Newark, New Jersey and were taken to their new home at New York University. Click here for a CBS report that explains the sensitive situation rather well: “‘For the past seven years, I have never had […]

Police handcuff and arrest pro-Chen Christians at White House

WND EXCLUSIVE Police handcuff Christians at White House Demonstrators seek help for Chinese pro-life activist Chen Guangcheng Published: May 4, 2012 By Anita Crane WASHINGTON – Several protesters were arrested outside the White House today while lobbying the president for help for Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese attorney and human rights activist who gained international […]

‘October Baby’ beats forecasts, expansion announced

WND EXCLUSIVE Independent pro-life movie makes success of opening weekend Published: March 29, 2012 By Anita Crane Despite Hollywood’s advice to independent filmmakers Jon and Andrew Erwin, popular demand proved naysayers wrong. Box Office Mojo reports “October Baby” ranked No. 8 last weekend and the brothers are expanding theater distribution this weekend. As WND reported […]

Movie makers defy ‘Don’t touch this story’ warnings

WND EXCLUSIVE Published March 22, 2012 By Anita Crane When Jon and Andrew Erwin worked as cameramen for ESPN, made TV commercials, music videos and then a TV pilot, these brothers from Birmingham, Ala., had no designs for making a feature film about an abortion survivor. But tomorrow, March 23, their first feature film, “October […]

Kirk Cameron talks Piers Morgan, ‘Monumental’ & tyranny

WND EXCLUSIVE Surprise: American tyrant who enslaves ‘There is something seriously sick in the soul of our country’ Published: March 13, 2012 By Anita Crane On March 27, Kirk Cameron’s new film “Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure,” opens in 550 theaters nationwide for a one-night screening he hopes will move Americans to defend […]

Praised by Vatican official, ‘Doonby’ hitting screens

WND EXCLUSIVE Praised by Vatican official, ‘Doonby’ hitting screens Rome report calls movie ‘thriller with a haunting finale’ Published: February 21, 2012 By Anita Crane As religious ministers and lay people across America protest President Obama’s abortion drugs mandate, on Friday the life-affirming movie “Doonby,” starring John Schneider, opens in Dallas, Texas, and Chattanooga, Tenn., […]

Exceptional ‘exceptions’ & perils of the Hyde Amendment

GOP candidates stunned by abortion survivors Rape, incest ‘exceptions’ come forward to explain why there can be no exceptions Published: February 7, 2012 By Anita Crane WASHINGTON, D.C. – Through no fault of their own, some people have been used as excuses or “exceptions” for abortion on demand. Three of these exceptional exceptions spoke to […]

Rubio: Life is not a political issue

MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH Rubio: Life is not a political issue Tells audience woman’s choice should not trump child’s very existence Published: February 2, 2012 By Anita Crane WASHINGTON – More than 500 people leaped from their chairs to give Sen. Marco Rubio a standing ovation at the 2012 Susan B. Anthony List Campaign […]

Shocker: Salvation Army supports abortion

A few days ago WND published my story about the Salvation Army’s support for abortion. It has caused quite a stir with most commentators saying they’ll no longer donate and a few in denial, saying the story is false despite a direct link to the Salvation Army’s own website condoning the abortion of certain kinds […]

Who is Saint Nicholas?

December 6: Happy feast of Saint Nicholas! Saint Nicholas, protector of children, pray for all children of God, especially His most vulnerable pre-born little ones.

Poll: Mississippi Personhood Amendment May Pass

Kate Sheppard at Mother Jones isn’t happy, but good article nonetheless:  http://motherjones.com/mojo/2011/11/mississippi-personhood-amendment-may-pass-tuesday

‘Mommy, this is strange candy’

MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH Abortion clinic staff gives children condoms for Halloween Posted: November 01, 2011 8:45 pm Eastern By Anita Crane © 2011 WND Contents of “trick” bag handed to children by abortion clinic workers GERMANTOWN, Md. – It was Halloween, and pro-life singles and families were praying outside the Germantown, Md., abortion business of […]

Disabled orphan Emmanuel inspires X Factor judges

17-year-old Emmanuel Kelly, born in Iraq and found in a shoebox with his brother, is quite inspiring. I wish he chose a better song than John Lennon’s “Imagine,” but get your tissues anyway – because this is all about love. Emmanuel says he was found by nuns, so I suppose they were Catholic nuns. Thank […]

Father decries baby’s abortion on billboard

From AP: Mon Jun 6, 6:22 pm ET ALAMOGORDO, N.M. – A New Mexico man’s decision to lash out with a billboard ad saying his ex-girlfriend had an abortion against his wishes has touched off a legal debate over free speech and privacy rights. The sign on Alamogordo’s main thoroughfare shows 35-year-old Greg Fultz holding the outline of an […]

Feminists flip over Venker, Schlafly book

   Feminists flip over this book Phyllis Schlafly, niece take on the old-girl’s network Posted: March 17, 2011 By Anita Crane © 2011 WND WASHINGTON – Following a lengthy and reverential introduction by John Hilboldt, director of lectures and seminars at the Heritage Foundation, Phyllis Schlafly, the grande dame of the conservative movement, strode to the microphone […]

Feminism’s legacy: ‘Heartache, STDs, abortion’

‘It turns out human nature cannot be repealed by judicial fiat’ Posted: March 08, 2011 By Anita Crane © 2011 WorldNetDaily “The truth is that feminism is the single worst thing that happened to American women.” So wrote Suzanne Venker and her aunt, Phyllis Schlafly, in “The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know – […]

March for Life preview: Leaders, celebs call Americans to front lines

My March for Life preview is now published at WND with compelling messages from many leaders, including Cardinal Raymond Burke, Rabbi Yehuda Levin, Alveda King, and former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson Since his inauguration in 2009, Barack Obama has recognized many crowds who gather for one cause or another – many except the March […]

Ron Miller challenges black Americans in ‘Sellout’

Black conservative Ron Miller’s gutsy new book “SELLOUT: Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch” couldn’t be more timely as the NAACP and other liberals are charging the TEA parties with racism and – in the wake of President Obama’s election, no less – Shirley Sherrod’s husband Charles claims that black people can no longer let “the […]

Can we imagine the world without Andrea Bocelli?

Ancient Prayer to Saint Joseph

Saint Joseph has two major feast days: March 19 and May 1

Archbishop Naumann on the Sebelius controversy and other challenges

President Obama’s nomination of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius as Health and Human Services secretary is highly controversial and this interview entitled “Restoring Catholic Integrity” from the Oct. 2008 print edition of The Catholic World Report explains why. His Excellency, Joseph F. Naumann, D.D., was ordained the archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas on January 15, 2005. On that […]

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