Pro-Life Action League’s Joe Scheidler shares his thoughts about the election

Last night my daughter Cathy and her family came over to watch election results with Ann and me. They stayed overnight because we expected it to be a long night of returns coming in. And, of course, we were hoping for a victory for life and liberty.

This morning I walked into the bedroom where my little granddaughters had slept. I said to them, “I had a terrible nightmare.”

“Oh, grandpa, what was it about?”

“I dreamt that Barack Obama was reelected.”

It Wasn’t Just a Nightmare

Celebrating life in the face of the Culture of Death – watch the inspiring video

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Youth cheer Joe Scheidler and upset pro-abortion rally


On April 2, 2011, hundreds of pro-life advocates and more than two dozen leaders from all over the country gathered in downtown Chicago for an “Evening of Tribute” to honor Pro-life Action League founder and president, Joseph Scheidler. (www.joescheidlertribute.com)

It was on this occasion, that “pro-choice” abortion supporters in Chicago, organized a protest against Scheidler, who they claim, “works actively to eliminate access to reproductive healthcare and promotes the harassment of patients who enter family planning clinics for a variety of services.”

After hearing about the planned protest against Mr. Scheidler, the young organizers of the famed “Chicago Pro-Life Flash Mob”, once again, took to the streets in what proved to be a poignant reunion for both sides of the issue.

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Over 400 Pro-lifers Paid Tribute to Joe Scheidler Saturday Night in Chicago

The Evening of Tribute to Joe Scheidler, organized by CPLS, was absolutely wonderful. 24 nationally recognized pro-life leaders took the podium and gave testimonials to Joe before an audience of over 400 guests who filled the gorgeous banquet hall. Their words were full of gratitude, inspiration and great humor.  Most of all—Joe had a great time and all who attended this wonderful event went home with their commitment to the pro-life cause re-kindled and strengthened–never to give up until the unborn are free and their right to life respected and protected in law!

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Chicago, April 2nd: Evening of Tribute to Joe Scheidler


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Pro-Lifer Joe Scheidler’s Home Hit by Pro-Abortion Vandalism

Joe Scheidler is a name pro-life advocates know because he has been one of the leaders of the pro-life movement for decades. Scheidler has become a frequent target of pro-abortion activist and now his home has been vandalized.

His home was attacked in the middle of the night, at approximately 2:00 a.m., with an abortion advocate throwing bricks of asphalt through two front windows.

One of them contained a threatening note making it clear the source of the vandalism supports legalized abortions

“We are crazy feminist bi***** who will destroy your sexist ideas,” a note, containing an anarchist sign and scrawled in a child-like writing, said.

“P.S. I’ve had an abortion and no laws could ever stop me,” the note continued. “You can’t make Queen Anne’s lace illegal, a******.”

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Joe Scheidler to Fr. Jenkins of Notre Dame: “Free the N.D. 88.”

Posted by Joe Scheidler (January 25, 2010 at 4:01 pm)
Father John Jenkins at the March for Life [Photo by Ann Scheidler]Father John Jenkins at the March for Life [Photo by Ann Scheidler]

Besides being probably the largest Pro-Life March in Washington to commemorate the January 22, 1973 U. S. Supreme Court’s unconstitutional rulings that legalized child-killing in America, this year’s 37th annual March for Life afforded many opportunities to advance our cause.

There were meetings, seminars, planning sessions, talks, discussions, and even the scheduling of numerable new programs to be launched in 2010.

It wasn’t only the regularly scheduled programs that produced much positive input; but literally hundreds of discussions over the tables engendered ideas for successful activities in the coming year.

One opportunity I had fall in my lap was a chance to talk to the infamous Fr. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of the University of Notre Dame, who just happened to be standing near some Notre Dame students and one of the huge signs that said, “Fr. Jenkins, Free the N. D. 88,” referring to the eighty-eight pro-lifers where were arrested at Notre Dame last spring while protesting the invitation of pro-abortion Barack Obama to receive a law degree and speak at the graduation exercises.

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