Wednesday STOPP Report

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This information-packed weekly e-newsletter is the voice of STOPP, American Life League’s project that exposes the true nature of Planned Parenthood and documents its anti-life, anti-family programs. The Wednesday STOPP Report also spells out what dedicated grassroots pro-lifers can do to counter Planned Parenthood. Wednesday STOPP Report subscribers also receive special e-mail updates offering an in-depth look at timely pro-life issues.


In This Issue

  • Unique fight against racist Planned Parenthood CSE
  • All abortion roads lead to racist Planned Parenthood.
  • A new Supreme Court Justice -- pro-life or pro-death
  • STOPP on Cable TV in Reading, Pennsylvania
Unique fight against racist Planned Parenthood CSE

By Jim Sedlak

Racist Planned Parenthood has always had a three-step business plan. The first step uses classroom sexual “education” programs (currently called Comprehensive Sexuality Education) to groom our children to participate in a sexual lifestyle. That is followed by selling our children (either directly or through a government- or corporate-funded program) birth control products at a huge profit. The third step is to take care of “contraceptive failures” by selling abortions.

Planned Parenthood was a pioneer in bringing sex education to the United States. Its racist founder, Margaret Sanger, is credited with writing the first sex education book in the country— What Every Boy and Girl Should Know. Then, in the 1940s, Dr. Lena Levine worked for Planned Parenthood and led the first major push for school sex education. She established the pedagogy of racist PP’s sex education by establishing its basic goal of “teaching children how to obtain sexual satisfaction before marriage.” 

Later, as medical director of Planned Parenthood, Dr. Mary Calderone personally traveled to teaching colleges to convince their undergrads that, if they wanted to be “modern” teachers, they needed to include sexuality education in their classrooms. Calderone left Planned Parenthood to become founder of the Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (a private corporation—not a government agency). That organization is currently known as SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change.

Parents have been fighting against Planned Parenthood sex indoctrination programs with notable success. In 1986, Planned Parenthood announced a corporate goal of mandatory K-12 sexuality education programs in every school district in the nation. Thirty-four years later, they are nowhere near achieving that goal. The Guttmacher Institute reports that, currently, only 20 states require information on contraception be included in their school programs.

The battles go on and the advocates for the horrendous sexual grooming programs are well funded, continue to make inroads, and are extremely good at putting parents on the defensive.

In the midst of all of this, there has emerged a program in the state of Florida that is taking a very specific approach to fighting this decades-long battle. The Safe Ed K-12 Task Force has been working for months to show how all of these CSE programs are illegal. The task force has 28 members (including representatives from American Life League) and is led by Beverly Kilmer, former three-term member of the Florida House of Representatives, who served as vice chair of the Education K-12 Committee; chair of the Colleges and Universities Committee; council chair of all Education Committees and Sub-Committees; and vice chair of the Education Appropriations Committee. The national spokesperson for this effort is the legendary FSU coach, Bobby Bowden. 

Safe Ed K-12 will begin its public efforts this week in Florida with a state-wide campaign. It also has plans to expand to other states and bring nationwide attention to the way the CSE programs violate both federal and state laws. 

We encourage all those who want to protect their children from the sexual predators in the classrooms to find out more about Safe Ed K-12 on their website and to sign up for their status e-mails. 

Jim Sedlak is executive director of American Life League, founder of STOPP International, and host of a weekly talk show on the Radio Maria Network. He has been successfully fighting Planned Parenthood since 1985.

All abortion roads lead to racist Planned Parenthood.

The film, UNPREGNANT, recently had its debut on HBO MAX. The film is the story of Veronica, a 17-year-old in Missouri, who finds out she is pregnant and immediately decides she wants to kill her child. In checking where she can get the abortion, she discovers that, in Missouri, her parents must give consent first. She knows that her parents would never agree to an abortion, so she looks for another place to have it done.

Her search supposedly leads her to discover that the nearest killing center that would do the abortion without telling anyone is in Albuquerque, New Mexico—900 miles from where she is. A quick Google check of places in Albuquerque that commit abortions (i.e., kill preborn babies) finds that there are four of them. One is run by Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. Naturally, the film director picks this one as the place where Veronica will have her child killed.

The director of the film, who killed her own child in a medication abortion, wanted Veronica to have a surgical abortion. So she said she went to a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Los Angeles and received a tour of the facility. Planned Parenthood workers showed her the various rooms and she decided the PP killing center in Albuquerque would work well in the film.  

In the film, Veronica has no way of getting to Albuquerque, so she talks an old friend of hers into driving her to and from the abortion facility over the weekend.

Most of the film is about the trip to Albuquerque. One reviewer had this to say about the movie: “"Unpregnant" is a road trip movie with a new eccentric character (and supporting performance) waiting in every town. It's also a warmhearted, often wacky teen comedy …” Wow, a movie about killing your child is described as a “wacky comedy.”

Reading that line made me remember the tactics used by the homosexual community to have their perverted lifestyle accepted in America. Essentially, they used humor. Their main vehicle was a television sit-com, Will & Grace. First broadcast in 1998, the American public began to laugh at the homosexual characters and to accept their lifestyle. As was pointed out in a 2019 article, “The show received national attention on the political stage in 2012 when Vice President Joe Biden said, ‘I think ‘Will & Grace’ did more to educate the American public more than almost anything anybody has done so far’ in recognition of equal marriage rights for gays and lesbians.” 

Of course, this one film does not have the power of a weekly sit-com, but the idea of turning immoral activity into a “laughing matter” is a dangerous one.

The reviewer gave more evidence of this danger as he explained, “(Veronica’s) done everything ‘right,’ according to her upper-middle class parents' worldview. She gets excellent grades. Most of her major decisions were geared towards getting into a college and having a career. She is monogamous, and practices birth control with her boyfriend Kevin, a sweet but clingy and intellectually limited guy that she never had any intention of marrying or having kids with.” 

Having sex outside of marriage is considered doing the “right” thing in today’s society!

The film reaches its conclusion as Veronica and her friend get to Planned Parenthood in Albuquerque. In an interview (which called the film a “rollicking, abortion-buddy comedy”), the film’s director, Rachel Lee Goldenberg, said, “In terms of how we present abortion in the film, Veronica’s experience was such that the abortion itself was something that she was relieved to finally be able to get … I’m proud to be working on a project that will hopefully help destigmatize and normalize abortion … Everyone knows and loves someone who’s had an abortion. I’m proud to be bringing this movie to people about a topic that I think should be talked about more in the light.”

Of course, if you want to make abortion “normal,” you have your character kill her baby at one of the killing centers of the self-admitted racist organization—Planned Parenthood.

Let us all join together in the Marian Blue Wave and other efforts that seek to have Planned Parenthood close its doors and go out of business.

A new Supreme Court Justice -- pro-life or pro-death

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, died this week. May God have mercy on her soul.

Justice Ginsburg was adamantly pro-abortion. Even more, there is evidence that Ginsburg understood abortion as a means to weed out undesirables in our population. As author George Weigel noted: “In a New York Times Magazine interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg … in the course of relating her surprise at the Court’s 1980 decision upholding the Hyde Amendment (which banned federal funding for abortion), Justice Ginsburg had the following to say about legal history, social policy, and political surprises: ‘Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding of abortion.’”

Although Ginsburg did make some surprise rulings against pro-abortion groups (e.g., NOW), she was a sure vote for the pro-abortion lobby whenever the case had anything to do with trying to reduce abortions in this country. Her death will now give President Trump an opportunity to name a third justice to the Supreme Court.

There has been a lot of discussion about when Trump might name a nominee and when the Senate might take a confirmation vote. We are writing this on Tuesday, September 22. Trump has announced that he expects to name a nominee this coming Saturday, September 26.

The question of the timing of a Senate vote is a bit volatile. Four years ago, in an election year, when there was a Democrat president and a Republican-controlled Senate, Justice Antonin Scalia died. Obama named a candidate to replace Scalia, but Senator Mitch McConnell—leader of the Republican-controlled Senate—said that there would be no vote until after a new president was inaugurated in January. 

The Democrats are insisting that the same rationale be used now. However, the situation is different. In 2016, there was a Democrat president and a Republican Senate. This time, there is both a Republican president and a Republican House. 

Influential senator, Mitt Romney, announced on Tuesday that he will support the Senate voting on a new presidential nominee. According to Politico,

Romney said he was merely following the law in making his decision to allow consideration of Trump’s nominee rather than taking a position based on the recent blockade of President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland, during the 2016 election. Because the opposition party controlled the Senate in 2016, Romney said, Democrats’ arguments about that move being unfair did not weigh on his decision regarding Ginsburg’s replacement.

Because the president’s party controls the Senate this time around, Romney said it was reasonable for the GOP to move forward in considering Trump’s nominee in 2020.

“It wasn't unfair because it was consistent with history. It was consistent with precedent, it was consistent with the Constitution,” Romney told reporters. “That the Merrick Garland decision was unfair, and so therefore it has to be made up by doing something which also wouldn't make a lot of sense — which is saying to President Trump you can't get your nominee, either — that just doesn't follow.”

There are 53 Republican senators. Four of those senators would have to vote against the nominee to defeat the nomination. So far, only two have opposed an immediate vote; they are Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine. Both are long-time supporters of racist Planned Parenthood and abortion.

It is going to be a very interesting six weeks before the election.

STOPP on Cable TV in Reading, Pennsylvania

This past Monday, Jim Sedlak traveled to Reading to appear on Pro-Life Berks cable TV program on BCTV. This was the first in-person recording of the show since the start of the pandemic and Jim was honored to be asked to appear.

The show focused on the Planned Parenthood facility in Reading that is run by Planned Parenthood Keystone and commits both medical and surgical abortions. 

Recently, the CEO of racist Planned Parenthood Keystone sent a letter to a local newspaper and said: “Planned Parenthood Keystone is a proud affiliate of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. We acknowledge that our organization … is not exempt from structural racism and white supremacy. We have also denounced Margaret Sanger’s racist and ablest statements. We commit to dismantling institutional and structural racism and the very real ways racism affects the health of Black women.” 

The hour-long show was hosted by Kathy Kuhns, a retired registered nurse and president of Pro-Life Berks. During the show we covered a great deal of material, starting with the racist background and actions of Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger. We followed that with discussions of how many Planned Parenthood affiliates, including the one that runs a clinic in Berks County, have now publicly admitted to being racist and even white supremacists.

As we pointed out on the show, anyone who now supports Planned Parenthood, after the current revelations, is a racist. If our 2020 public discourse has shown nothing else, it is clear that anyone who openly supports a racist organization is rightfully called a racist.

Kathy told the audience that she is particularly outraged that Sanger, who attended but never completed nursing school, was inducted as a charter member of the American Nurses Association Hall of Fame in 1976.

We also discussed the horrible nature of Planned Parenthood sexuality programs for kids (see – Hooking Kids on Sex video) and the dangers of contraception (see 

The entire show is available to view on