Kansas, Kline, the Oscars, and More
Thomas Peters, American Papist, has an informative and interesting post on Attorney General Phill Kline winning the victory over the Planned Parenthood cover-up. Although I have only lived in Kansas for two years now and have been blogging about Tiller and the late-term abortion cover-ups since that time, I am still amazed at the rampant political corruption here — it is much more widespread and complex than I ever imagined. At the same time, there are so many holy, prayerful pro-life Christians here. This area is the strongest pro-life Catholic community I have known. The dichotomy makes me wonder at times if we’re not all just actors in Lord of the Rings? That film certainly did win quite a few Oscars, didn’t it? But what is an Oscar other than an idol — a gold – plated object designed to sit upon a shelf to be admired and adored? No thanks, I prefer to fight the real life battle and be awarded my eternal reward.
I invite all of you to join me in a 9 day novena for an end to abortion at Tiller’s in Wichita, “the abortion capitol of the world”. For information on this, please see my post “To End Abortion at Tiller’s Now and Abortion in Wichita Forever” .
For more information on widespread political corruption in Kansas, see the following related posts:
George Tiller’s New AG: Guard Dog on Duty at the Butcher Shop
A True Story the Mainstream Media will never publish
New KS AG joins abortion corruption scandal
KS Supreme Court covers for Tiller
Tiller looks guiltier than ever
Judge Orders That Abortion Records Must Be Given To Grand Jury
Tiller Balks At Grand Jury Subpoenas Of 2,000 Abortion Records
Tiller’s Attempt to Stifle Grand Jury’s Request for Medical Records Denied by Judge!
Tiller’s Bold-Faced Lie Insults Community, Victims (Updated)
The heat is on for “Tiller the Killer”
Press Conference Today: Operation Rescue To Release Evidence of Illegal Abortions
Kline files 107 Charges Against Planned Parenthood in KS!
This is just a partial listing of my Kansas corruption posts. For more information, please see the archives.