It’s against the law to be annoying in Wilkes-Barre, PA

Miraculously, rescuers avoid arrest as police, city manager bully pro-life prayer warriors. Wilkes-Barre, PA — The Prayer for Life Tour detoured to Wilkes-Barre, PA on Tuesday, October 19, where Democratic Presidential Candidate John Kerry was scheduled to speak. An encounter with local police turned ugly when a decision was made to infringe the ability of […]

Kerry Seeks to Surpass Clinton as America’s “Abortion Man”

Operation Rescue will challenge Kerry’s abortion record at Wilkes-Barre Event Contact: Troy Newman, 316-841-1700; Cheryl Sullenger, 316-516-3034 Wilkes-Barre, PA – Oct 19, 2004 Operation Rescue will be on hand to confront Democratic Presidential Candidate John Kerry for his radical abortion stance on Tuesday, October 19, at the F.M. Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. John Kerry […]

Prayer for Life Tour to Bring Culture of Life to Critical Swing States

Operation Rescue: “Abortion will be the deciding issue of the election.” Lancaster, PA – Oct 15, 2004 Operation Rescue, along with a coalition of pro-life groups, will gather at City Halls across the critical swing states of Pennsylvania and Ohio beginning Sunday, October 17, to affirm a Culture of Life and expose Democratic Presidential Candidate […]

Prayer for Life Tour 2004 Schedule

Join Operation Rescue as we tour through the Swing States of Pennsylvania and Ohio Operation Rescue’s Truth Trucks and staff will be touring the important swing states of Pennsylvania and Ohio in the final two weeks before the election (October 17-31). Please pray for the effectiveness of the tour, and join us if you can. […]

Operation Rescue Exposes Abortion/Breast Cancer Connection at “Race for the Cure”

WICHITA, KS, September 25, 2004 — Armed with two colorful 15-foot banners that flanked runners in Wichita’s annual Susan G. Komen “Race for the Cure,” Operation Rescue members distributed literature and exposed the link between abortion and breast cancer. Unlike previous years, the rescuers were able to freely communicate their message without interference from race […]