“WHY THE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT IS LOSING? CPC’S ON THE GOVERNMENT TEET”..
December 2, 2012
Written by: Angela Michael
Hello, anyone home? This is what our ministry has been exposing all along for years outside the Midwest largest late term abortion mill in Illinois. Just one Crisis Pregnancy Center in Granite City has taking millions of dollars from the government in grant money. This is why a lot of CPC’s change their names as we learned from Dr Dobson’s organization, Focus on The Family, so the same CPC can apply for thousands of dollars in grant money each year, and continue feeding off the government teet.
This is why abortion will never come to an end. We are losing from within. New Beginnings/ Mosaic Pregnancy Centers headquarters in Granite City, Illinois, has taken in over a million dollars in grant money from the government, that we could document.
What they are not telling the pro-life donors and the churches is that when you accept government money you are required to inform pregnant women of ALL their options including “abortion”, and where they can obtain one. This would explain why in earlier days outside the abortion mill in GC we were intercepting pregnant girls coming from New Beginnings to get an abortion.
Kathy Sparks publically stated, “She is still friends with many of her former co workers inside the abortion clinic and that they were nice people”. This is why our ministry is being libeled and attacked by “anonymous” websites and bloggers because we have reported this and exposed pro-life organizations who are there to perpetuate abortion; not end it and they are making a killing off the income they receive.
What is more surprising , is the pro abortion Obama administration to continue feeding government monies to the Christian prolife based pregnancy centers who are gorging themselves at the trough. We assumed feeding at the governments teet would be cut off a long time ago..
Especially when pregnancy centers, like Mosaic, Thrive St.Louis, and Care Net discriminate against pregnant women and selectively help a few who have to earn government funded assistance. The following article backs up what we have been exposing regarding the hypocrisy and the “cash cows” of the so called prolife movement. Care Net is one of the biggest to cash in. This does not stop abortion or save babies scheduled to die. It’s a racket, and this is just the tip of the iceberg.
“ Proclaim the truth and do not be silent through fear. Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire
An anti-abortion, "Christ-centered ministry" in Vermont is looking for a federal loan to build its operation
Crisis Pregnancy Centers are problematic on many levels: they often engage in deceptive practices, setting up shop near abortion providers to confuse women, handing out medically inaccurate information and sometimes even coercing patients.
Many are Christian conversion clearinghouses in disguise, as well.
One such “Christ-centered ministry” in Vermont, part of a national umbrella network of Christian CPCs, got rejected for a federal loan for a variety. Now they are suing.
Care Net is a self-described “pregnancy resource center” that works to prevent abortion by offering an array of services, including free pregnancy tests, parenting classes, and counseling. The USDA denied the group’s loan request due to the “inherently religious” nature of some of its programming.
Care Net’s most troubling offering, as far as USDA officials were concerned, was a rewards-based learning program called “Learn to Earn,” wherein expectant parents had to take a certain number of parenting and Bible study classes in order to receive free baby supplies. (Care Net’s executive director has said the center has since suspended the Bible study requirement.) The center also offers, according to a brochure, a “bible centered program” called “Post Abortive Teaching and Healing” that “enables women to process their abortion-related experiences and emotions with the goal of healing and recovery.” In addition, Care Net conducts an abstinence-only sex-education class called “Why Am I Tempted?” or WAIT.
Sounds like some of these offerings might have been a bit of a violation of the whole “church and state” thing, which is why the initial loan request was denied:
On the advice of its legal department, the USDA concluded that were the agency to engage in a long-term borrower-lender relationship with Care Net, there was a potential for “excessive government entanglement with religion,” which the Supreme Court has decided is a violation of the First Amendment’s establishment clause.
In a May 2011 memo, USDA Office of the General Counsel attorney adviser Virginia Henning wrote that though Care Net’s non-religious activities were eligible for financial assistance under the federal agency’s program rules, it would be difficult for the USDA to “accurately prorate the amount of time and space used in this facility for religious education” and would thus require “extensive monitoring” from the USDA to make sure the center was not engaging in too much religious activity.
The case is going back to court to see if ‘the loan denial on the basis of the group’s religious activities violated Care Net’s constitutional rights to free speech and equal protection” but as Resnick notes, this is a case that the group hopes will very much open the door for more federal funding for religious groups.