Companies Support Planned Parenthood

Do you know who gives financial support to Planned Parenthood?

This list will surprise you.

The information on these companies was gathered directly from Planned Parenthood sites.  More information is available at GreatDebateUSA.com

3Com Corporation
Abbott Laboratories Fund
Adaptec, Inc.
Adobe Systems, Inc.
Alcoa
Allstate Giving Campaign
ALZA Corporation
AMD – Advanced Micro Devices
America’s Charities – Employee Giving Program
American Express corporation
Ameriprise Financial
Amgen Corporation
Amica Companies
Aon Corporation
Aspect Global Giving Program  (11/6/2012, statement from company says they no longer support Planned Parenthood… Thank you, Aspect Global)
AT&T
Autodesk, Inc.
Avon Products
Bakar Foundation, Gerson
Bank of America
Barclays Global Investors
Baxter International
BCC Software
Becton Dickinson & Company
Birkenstock Footprint Sandals, Inc.
Black & Decker
Boing – The Employee Community Fund
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Brobeck Charitable Foundation
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
California Healthcare
California Wellness
Capital Group Companies
Central New York Community Foundation
Charles Schwab
Chase Manhattan
ChevronTexaco
Chubb & Son, Inc.
Cisco Systems (They are still listed on PP Website; see post below)
Citibank
Citigroup
Click Commerce
Clorox
CMP Media, Inc.
Coca-Cola
Compton Foundation, Inc.
Computer Associates Int’l, Inc.
Cooper Industries
Cowell Foundation, S.H.
Del Monte Foods
eBay
Electronic Arts, Inc.
Equity Foundation
Exxon Mobil
Fannie Mae
Federated Department Stores, Inc.
Fidelity Investments
First Data Corporation
Fleet
Flora Family Foundation
Ford Motor Company
Freddie Mac
Fremont Group
Gallagher Foundation, Arthur J.
Gannett
Gap
Genentech, Inc.
General Electric
General Physics Corporation
General Re Corporation
Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Gleason
Grainger, Inc.
Haas Fund, Evelyn and Walter Jr.
Hanson, Bridgett, Marcus, Vlahos and Rudy LLP
Harcourt, Inc.
Hewlett Foundation, William & Flora
Hewlett Packard Company Foundation
Hospira
Household International
Hunter Davidson Giving Campaign
IBM
Idea Connections
IKON Office Solutions
Illinois Tool Works
Infocom Group
International Data Group, Inc.
Irvine Foundation, James
James River Corporation
Joseph Seagram and Sons
Johnson and Johnson
JP Morgan
Kaiser Family Foundation, Henry J.
KPMG Involve Community Campaign
Kraft Foods Matching Gift Program
Lam Research Corporation
Leo Burnett Company
Levi Strauss
Liberty Mutual
Macromedia
Macworld Communications, Inc.
Macy’s West Gift Campaign
Mastercard International
Maxwell PR, LLC
Meyer Memorial Trust
McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Merck Company
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.
Microsoft Corporation
Millipore
Monsanto Fund
Monsoon, Inc.
Moore Foundation, Gordon & Betty
Morgan Chase
Morgan Stanley
Morrison & Foerster
Motorola
National Grid
National Semiconductor Corp.
Network Associates
Network for Good
Nike Employee Matching Gift
Nokia
Northern Trust Company
ODS HealthPlans
Olin Corporation
Oracle Corporation
Oregon Health and Sciences – University Employee Campaign
Packard Foundation, David and Lucille
PCW Communications, Inc.
Peninsula Community Foundation
PepsiCo
Pfizer
Phillip Morris
Pitney Bowes
Providian Financial
Prudential Insurance
Quaker Oats
Qualcomm Inc.
RBC Dain Rauscher
Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon
Rejuvenation, Inc.
Rockefeller Foundation
Rosendin Electric, Inc.
Safeco Corporation
San Jose Mercury News
SBC
Schwab Corporation
Shudder Kemper Investments, Inc.
Sunoco
Standard Insurance – The Matching Gift Center
Starbucks
Stuart Foundation
Sun Microsystems
Synopsis
T. Rowe Price
Tandy Corporation
TAP Pharmaceutical Products
Tektronix
Tenet Healthcare
The Tides Corporation
United Airlines Employee Campaign
Umpqua Bank – Giving Campaign
U.S. Bancorp
UBS Realty Investments LLC
Vanguard Group
Verizon
Vernier Software, LLC
Washington Mutual
Washington Post Company
Washington State Combined Fund Drive
Wellpoint
Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign
West Group
White & Case
Working Assets Funding Service
Xerox
Xinet
Yahoo!

As I read this list I am challenged to reconsider doing business with these companies.  I am using a computer sold by one of these companies, I use Yahoo, MasterCard and other products from some of these organizations.  That is about to change.

I will be looking for companies who do not support abortion when I spend my money.

192 comments for “Companies Support Planned Parenthood

  1. August 31, 2011 at 11:40 am

    Very Nice Article Thank very much for the help I really look forward to reading more!!!

  2. FRANELYN CALVIN
    September 2, 2011 at 9:07 am

    IS THERE AN INSURANCE COMPANY THAT DOES NOT SUPPORT PLANNED PARENTHOOD OR THER SUCH ABORTION RIGHTS COMPANIES?

    THANKS

  3. Gordon Howie
    September 2, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    Thanks for the question. I have done some research and haven’t been successful in finding a list of insurance companies that are pro life. If you locate something, please let me know.

  4. Suzanne
    November 21, 2011 at 10:54 pm

    This list is a real eye-opener. Do you know of a contrasting liat available of PRO-LIFE companies? It would be great to switch over to supporting those companies that are choosing a moral position and to let them know WHY we chose them. Thank you.

  5. M Stringer
    December 2, 2011 at 6:13 pm

    Folks, it is up to us to stand up and be counted. We need to let these companies that we will no longer purchase their products as long as they support abortion. We complain about the way our world is going but are we willing to stand for what is right. As for myself, I will not support murder. The reason we are in this mess today is because we would not denounce this trash when it began. It is going to be a harder fight now, but with God’s help we can WIN! Send this information to everyone you know.

  6. Matthew
    January 16, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    The Knights of Columbus is an insurance company that is 100% pro-life

  7. Donna Turgeau
    February 2, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    Is there a mobile phone company that doesn’t support PP?

  8. Donna Turgeau
    February 2, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    anyone know anything about Sprint?

  9. Rusty Satterwhite
    February 2, 2012 at 10:42 pm

    I highly doubt an insurance company would miss the opportunity to support an organization that will save them billions of dollars. Killing a baby = $350-650 Delivering a baby $10,000 -$50,000 much of which the insurance company would pay. So as insurances go that is the dollar value that insurances place on a human life. Sad :(

  10. Jennifer
    February 3, 2012 at 5:39 am

    My employer is on that list! I work for a mortgage company (that will remain nameless for this comment), BUT homeowners really have NO control over who their mortgage company is. You can refinance to another company, but chances are they will sell your mortgage to a servicer that has the capacity to service your loan for the full 30 years. (And no, just because your local bank tells you they won’t sell your loan – they legally *can* at any time.)
    Another interesting find is that BOTH Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are on there. Those are mortgage investors. And that is another thing you have NO control over. Even if your loan’s investor starts out as a private investor, the investor can change at ANY time, and it’s completely legal.
    I don’t want to discourage any of you from pulling money out of your checking/savings/investments with any of these banks, but you may be stuck with the mortgage end of it.
    Hope this helps for anyone thinking of refinancing purely for the purpose of finding a financing company that doesn’t support PP.

  11. February 4, 2012 at 6:52 am

    Good luck with this, but trying to get American people not to buy from Companies is a hard thing to do. How quick we forget when the first sale comes up.
    I tried to get people from buying goods made elsewhere to save job, didn’t work, I would go to Wal-Mark, the unemployed were buying the cheap China made shoes like there were non made in the USA. All the time complaining about no work, just a little dumb don’t you think.Its that way with this.

  12. February 4, 2012 at 7:11 am

    We have a voice, but better yet….our money talks. Plse add to the list of non-supporters so we can all make necessary changes. We can support mom & pop entrepreneurs,strengthen our beliefs & our nation one purchase at a time.

    Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. -Margaret Mead

  13. February 4, 2012 at 11:50 am

    Most of these companies support the Council on Foreign Relations and are globalist corporations, including one I work for at the present time. Globalists are actively working to reduce Earth’s population to 500,000,000 by the year 2100 in order to make us easier to control.

    Abortion to many is a means to reduce or eliminate undesirables but to others it is a way to cull the world’s population; making us easier to control. The last attempt at world government was met with the Great Flood…

  14. Margaret
    February 7, 2012 at 6:23 pm

    In Oregon, on average, 85 children under the age of 14 die of “preventable” causes per year. This is a misleading figure when in 2008 alone there were nearly 13,000 abortions were performed in that state. Wait!! Is abortion not a “preventable” death? Why aren’t these children counted?

    I’m an educator and I have had 2 students in the past 5 years who publicly stated that they were products of rape. AND they are eternally grateful that their Mom’s chose LIFE. What a privilege it was to have them in my courses. The revelation of two students was so compelling, you could have heard a pin drop. It was truly a beautiful moment.

  15. Adrienne
    February 15, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    Well, I certainly won’t be shopping at Target anymore.

  16. Josephine Harkay
    February 16, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    I sincerely try to avoid doing business with companies that support Planned Parenthood. But I understand the most important thing is to let the company know about it; write to the President! At least a secretary will read it.
    I am a bit confused that Life Decisions International, whose latest list I have (7/11/2011), does not list Avon Products. Inc., Citibank, AT&T, IBM, Merrill Lynch and others; on the other hand it lists United Health Group, Tiffany & Co., Southwesr Airlines, Deloitte Touch Tomhatsu, Deutsche Bank, Bayer, and more that are missing from the list above. I wish the pro-life groups would issue one common list accepted by all. It is possible that they have different criteria, e.g. for one company a matched-fund donation may not count as a corporate donation per se.
    I did ask in one of my confessions, whether doing business with one of these companies, if one is pro-life, would be a mortal sin? The priest did not think so. Another priest I asked told me, that I could own Microsoft stock, although M. supports Planned Parenthood, because it gives much-much more to other charities. A third priest told me that if the bad thing is very small in proportion of the good thing a company does, you can live with it. I think it is up to the individual’s conscience, to what extent they are willing to make a sacrifice. It is not easy to live “in” the world, but not be “of” the world!

  17. bob jones
    February 26, 2012 at 8:04 am

    you can also add AARP

  18. Cindy Broese
    March 1, 2012 at 3:37 pm

    I had always heard Target Stores are a stong supporter of Planned Parenthood yet I don’t see them on this list. Have they changed their perspective? Thank you!

  19. Stephanie
    March 2, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    This should be no surprise. It’s one of the most liberal organizations out there.

  20. Stephanie
    March 2, 2012 at 6:54 pm

    That would have been a truly awesome and heart touching moment to hear these girls tell the class this! I imagine you had goosebumps too when you found out. GOod for them for speaking out. Peace and blessing to them.

  21. Elle Carney
    March 6, 2012 at 11:17 am

    I don’t believe Sprint supports PP. I have searched to find out, and I couldn’t find anything about them supporting PP, so I stick with Sprint, and another one is T-mobile, I believe those are the only major phone companies that don’t support them. There are a bunch of prepaid phone companies that do not fund PP, as well, such as Net10, Tracfone, and a few others.

  22. Gretta
    March 9, 2012 at 5:53 am

    Recently I heard that Facebook also supports Planned. Is there any truth to that?

  23. Gordon Howie
    March 9, 2012 at 9:54 am

    We haven’t seen any evidence of that. If someone has info we would be glad to see it. PP does have some facebook sites, but that doesn’t show facebook as an organization is supporting them, only that PP has created a facebook page.

  24. Diane Gregg
    March 12, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    I am looking into a life insurance company called United States Life. They are part of American General Life Companies. Other divisions of the company go under the names of SunAmerica and Western National. They are also into investing. I do not see their names on this list. Maybe they are clean.

  25. Diane Gregg
    March 12, 2012 at 3:11 pm

    Last I heard Food Lion would let you link your store card with PP but they also let you link it with pro-life organizations, which is what I did. To avoid supporting Johnson and Johnson, Kraft and other food companies, you can buy the store brand. I don’t think Kroger gives to PP. However United Way does, so any company giving to United Way gives to PP through them.

  26. Diane Gregg
    March 12, 2012 at 3:18 pm

    What about Liz Claiborne. I haven’t bought from them for years because I have seen them on lists. Have they stopped supporting it?

  27. Gordon Howie
    March 12, 2012 at 5:49 pm

    We aren’t sure… mayber someone can share some infor with us here!

  28. Terri
    March 14, 2012 at 9:41 pm

    Kroger does and some NFL teams foundations also give to pp. Not sure but probably MLB, NBA, and all the other too :(

  29. Terri
    March 14, 2012 at 9:41 pm

    If you want to know if a company supports pp you can google the company + pp and usually get results.

  30. Martha
    April 13, 2012 at 11:45 am

    Amen! Why punish the child for the wrong deeds of another?! I’m thankful that there are still people who know right from wrong. May the Lord bless those to mothers for their decision to look past the ordeal they had to endure.

  31. Martha
    April 13, 2012 at 11:50 am

    I believe, knowingly supporting a company who donates money to Planned Parenthood, is enabeling children to be murdered! If they did not receive these donations (and our tax dollar), they would not exist for children to be murdered. Their blood, the aborted children, will be on the hands of those who knowingly support these companies and we will have to give an account to our creator for EVERY decision we make.

  32. Martha
    April 13, 2012 at 11:51 am

    Liz Claiborne supports PP!

  33. L
    April 30, 2012 at 7:37 am

    With all this corporate funding, why do they still need federal funding (aka we the taxpayers)?

    People and corporations are more than welcome to support PP if they desire. If we don’t support PP then we don’t patronize the companies that support PP.

    Perhaps if there was a way to get a similar clinic offering women’s health services that will not offer abortions but will offer just about everything else (i.e., mammograms, pap smears, reproductive education, adoption services and preventive birth control that protects against STDs but isn’t abortifacient), I wonder how many corporations would be swayed to support instead.

    It would need some big donors to start, be located just as conveniently as PP and offer the services for a very low price.

  34. james
    May 7, 2012 at 2:20 am

    i wonder how many of the 70 plus million babies aborted would be buying these companies products today,yesterday,or tomorrow???–these companies are shooting themselves in the foot

  35. Josie
    May 11, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Was Target on the list?

  36. Gordon Howie
    May 13, 2012 at 2:47 am

    Here is info from
    Wikipedia
    I couldn’t find anything more current, but this is some interesting information
    In 2005, Planned Parenthood protested Target policy involving a conscience clause that allows pharmacists to refuse to dispense the emergency contraceptive, Plan B Levonorgestrel, based on religious beliefs, as long as the employee ensures that the prescription is filled by another pharmacist in a timely manner. Defenders of Target applaud the company for upholding the employee’s freedom of conscience, while critics feel this policy fails to uphold the pharmacist’s duty of care.[110]
    As of May 2010, members of the gay and lesbian community have been boycotting Target over donations to anti-gay groups and politicians.[112]

    In July 2010, Target Corporation donated $150,000 to Minnesota Forward, a primarily Republican[113] political action committee funded by Minnesota corporations. Minnesota Forward began using these funds to run television ads, on behalf of 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer. Minnesota State Representative Ryan Winkler said it was unwise for Target Corporation to back Emmer, because his views on immigration, LGBT rights, and decreasing the minimum wage for restaurant workers could upset Target shoppers.[114] The LGBT community and progressive groups expressed outrage at Target Corporation for its indirect support of Emmer, and some have called for a boycott of Target stores.[115] Pop singer and LGBT advocate Lady Gaga responded to the news by revoking an exclusive deluxe release of her second studio album Born This Way.[116]

  37. Kay
    May 15, 2012 at 8:36 am

    It appears Farmers does not. (I don’t work for them or have any connections, just curious myself, too.)

  38. Mary
    May 24, 2012 at 11:50 am

    My husband works for American Family Insurance and they’re not on this list.

  39. Mary
    May 24, 2012 at 11:59 am

    I agree, I would love a “green light” list of companies. :-)

  40. Gordon Howie
    May 24, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    We would love to find one. So far, haven’t been able to locate one.

  41. James Smith
    June 3, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    You forgot about Target Corporation, I will not shop there regardless of its Minnesota “roots”.

  42. James Smith
    June 3, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    If I were a republican candidate, I would refuse donations from such companies as Target. The heir to Target ended up being victorious in the governor race. I do not shop at Target and will not step foot into that place. It has been 10+ years since I have stepped foot into a Target. I could care less who they donate to, a majority of the donations went to the DFL. Both parties took donations, it just so happens that the heir to Target Corporation ended up winning. We are the unions not going after Target for fair wages, etc.?

  43. Obxcape
    June 3, 2012 at 5:48 pm

    I too would like to see a similar list showing those companies that donate to pro life causes. I bet many of the pro choice companies listed here will be found on te other side of the fence as well. Most of them take pleasure from playing both sides…..thy think it keeps them politically safe.

  44. Mike
    June 16, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    Try Sienna. They are a pro-life cell phone company. http://www.sienna-group.com

  45. Ray
    July 9, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    Actually, Tracfone, Net10, StraightTalk and SafeLink do indirectly support Planned Parenthood. You see, they use “the networks of major regional and national wireless carriers. Which may include some that do support Planned Parenthood. According to this it looks like there’s more of a chance (based on where you use your phone) that it is supporting Planned Parenthood: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Cellular-Phones-2768/find-infrastructure-tracfone-uses.htm

    America Movil owns Tracfone, Net10, StraightTalk, and SafeLink. After researching it looks like neither Carlos Slim, nor his company America Movil directly support Planned Parenthood.

  46. Patrick
    July 9, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    I can’t find anywhere that says Target has supported Planned Parenthood. I questioned and did some searching because I thought I had remembered an old email forward I received. It’s never wise to believe email forwards. Oops.

    So it looks like Target is off the hook from boycotts by any anti-PP peeps.

  47. Gordon Howie
    July 11, 2012 at 7:16 am

    It might be good to check the Dayton company.. If Target has discontinued supporting Planned Parenthood that would be a good thing. I have not seen any evidence that they have discontinued.. Perhaps someone can share recent info. Here is some info folks might find interesting:
    http://www.lifenews.com/2012/03/22/new-planned-parenthood-donors-include-gq-bob-evans-hotels/
    Other groups in the “Dishonorable Mention” section include: AARP, American Cancer Society, Boys & Girls Clubs, Camp Fire, Dr. Phil Foundation, Girl Scouts, Girls Inc., Kiwanis Clubs, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, March of Dimes, Michael J. Fox Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Rotary Clubs, Salvation Army, Save the Children, Sierra Club, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, YMCA, and YWCA.

  48. greenriverlyle
    July 21, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    I recently got 100 signatures in support of Golub Corp. (price Chopper Supermarkets) to cease funding Planned Parenthood, I mailed the petiton along with the signatures to Mr. Golub, I never heard back from them though, I see they are not on your list? Did they recently cease their funding?

  49. Gordon Howie
    July 21, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    We would love to have an updated list. If you have access to one, please share it! I don’t know what the current status is on this Corp.

  50. tom
    July 27, 2012 at 6:12 am

    Thrivent Insurance is Pro Life.

  51. July 28, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    O! It was terrible news to find out about the companies that support testing on aborted babies, but now I’m given this!!! MAN!!! Things are about to get more challenging!!!

  52. R
    July 29, 2012 at 9:12 pm

    With all the funding from the parishioners of the church why are churches still tax exempt. They benefit from the services provided by the municipalities they reside in just like all of the tax payers who get to subsidies the church.
    Since I am on the other side of your argument I am sure you will tell me it’s not the same.

  53. Mary
    July 29, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    AT&T no longer gives to PP. In fact, they have led the way for other corporations to stop giving to PP.
    http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/deja-vu-planned-parenthood-also-demonized-att-when-it-decided-to-cut-fundin/
    “AT&T was the first well known Planned Parenthood supporting corporation to be removed from the boycott list managed by the then-Christian Action Council (now managed by Life Decisions International). Since 1990, at least 282 corporations have followed in AT&T’s footsteps.”
    Life Decisions International has a very up-to-date list of companies to boycott.

  54. Chris
    July 30, 2012 at 7:19 am

    Hi Fran,
    There are lot of insurance companies that are NOT on this list. A lot depends on what type of insurance you want to purchase (i.e. life, home, car, business, health, etc). One thing to remember, just because they don’t support Planned Parenthood doesn’t necessarily means they don’t support abortion. A lot of health insurance companies will pay for abortion services, but may not support PP through other methods of funding.

  55. Gordon Howie
    July 30, 2012 at 9:20 am

    It’s not the same :-)

  56. laurie
    July 30, 2012 at 1:44 pm

    I dont see statefarm on the list.

  57. Gordon Howie
    August 1, 2012 at 10:55 am

    Does anyone have information about State Farm?

  58. Michael
    August 8, 2012 at 9:18 am

    How can a priest say that indirect support is not really support? If one of your friends is a convicted habitual murderer, and if you rent one of his apartments, aren’t you supporting his cause?

  59. meredith
    August 15, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Farmers is the third largest supporter of March of Dimes which supports abortion as a means of reducing birth defects, and gives to Planned Parenthood.

  60. Mercy Stika
    August 18, 2012 at 11:27 am

    I did quite a bit of research and Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Cellular,do support Planned Parenthood to my dismay :-( !!
    Two mobile phone companies that are Pro-Life are Sienna and Prolife Communications hope that helps.

  61. August 21, 2012 at 5:22 pm

    God save the babies.

  62. Joe
    September 4, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    False. MOD or March of Dimes a 501.3c is the main grant organization in funding Amniocentesis. (The abortion of down syndrome babies) . Knights of Columbus is a huge supporter or the biggest supporter of March of Dimes.

  63. Gordon Howie
    September 5, 2012 at 7:28 am

    Are you saying that they did NOT also support Planned Parenthood?

  64. Sigrid
    September 16, 2012 at 4:30 pm

    Does anyone have any information on the Mary Kay cosmetic company?

    Do they support PP or any copany that does use abored embryos?

    Please let me know a.s.a.p.

    blessings and thank you for everyones input.

  65. Meesemoot
    October 1, 2012 at 11:54 am

    So bummed and disappointed with many of these on the list. The only thing I ever bought from AVON was there skin so soft bug repellent for my kids. Wont be doing that anymore. That is the only brand that doesn’t make my sons skin break out:(

  66. October 8, 2012 at 10:58 am

    +JMM+
    Dear Friends in Christ:
    A few observations and thoughts.

    If all of these companies are so concerned about economic growth they should apply some simple (Logic)to the problem at hand. It would behoove them and us if they promoted strong population growth. And promoted and supported a healthy (Christian) moral societies.
    The demographic studies support the obvious. That, we are now headed in same direction as Europe, no replacements. Zero population growth. If the contraceptive and abortion businesses have their way they will have to clone their serfs. (British Medical Journals) In less than 30 years their will be no one to pay for the retired people on Social Security.
    No one to buy and sell. (A new DARK AGE will occur.)

    A society which is based on planned extinction is doomed. And that’s a contraceptive society’s end game.

    How else can we explain, these dummies, we need only look back at our recent past, and recall: the best economic growth of this country was the post WWII,era. When Mom’s stayed at home and raised the children, and Dad was the major bread-winner, and everyone had a least 3-4 children. (and didn’t want everything, especially the things they could not afford)
    They called this time the Baby Boom.
    So what happened: The planned communist take over of the West, infiltration of the seminaries, the liberalization of churches, schools, colleges and universities, which promoted the so-called social justice progams, removed prayer from public schools, and from the public square. Sex education programs in Catholic schools beginning in grade school promoted Planned Parenthood, aka ABORTION, the radical feminist agenda, free-love, divorce, homosexuality and women who dress like street walkers.

    Before this, it was said mightier than the sword was the hand that rocks the cradle.

    The destruction of Motherhood, the Heart of the Home, is the destruction of all Society. But we girls wanted to be LIBERATED. Really! We now must bring home the bacon, take care of the home, and everything else… Except meet the moral needs of our children, which is the most rewarding and important vocation on God’s earth. Look, Eve what we have wrought.

    We now are at the edge of the abyss.

    The last generation grew up with the mind set, if it make you feel good do it! After all we all have needs. And I have a right to be HAPPY. Me, Me, Me, (Obama, I,I,I,)

    And I’m ok you’re ok. You can believe anything you like, as long as it dosen’t interfere with my wants and my needs. You can even kill your self, we wouldn’t object. And of course, the unprovable THEORY of Evolution, no God, no moral teaching, afterall we are only higher animals. But we were taught: ‘Situation Ethics.” What a joke! Now we have, noise which claims to be music, and tattooed and pierced bodies, babies regularly born out of wedlock, (otherwise aborted) perpetual adolesence, illegal drug use and the rest of the things that go along with this corrupt life style of the progressive modern age. And of course the entitlement mentality: are they responsible for their own actions. No! it is always somebody else’s fault. And that teacher better give my kid an “A.”) The coach better let her play. Who cares if he earned it. But he got student of the month. Oh yeah? Instead schools are now indoctrination centers for Marxism. Who cares about actual LEARNING. No, of course not, we the elite must keep population ignorant, dependent, they will not care when they become serfs. These tax waste institution have simply become incubators for (New Age paganism) All by design.
    Good bye sanity. Welcome chaos.
    The prince of darkess is in charge!!!
    Even the charitible institution have been taken over by universal population control so-called Partners in Funding. I will not give to any of these organizations. I would rather give a dollar to a homeless person I see on the street.
    It makes me sick, because they think they are doing good, but they have simply become the useful tools of these agencies for a GREATER EVIL. Case in point CMMR. brags about these partners, Abbott Fund, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Global Health Council, Pan American Health Organization, UNICEF University of Illinois at Chicago, etc. CMMR claims they only use 3% of donations for Administration and Fundraising. Really, but at what price? Maybe your immortal souls? And I’m sure among the medical supplies, condoms.

    So much for New Catholic Morality, but afterall they can always apply Situation Ethics to assuage their consciences. If they have any.

    “And their heart will become cold” Is it any wonder?

    But Satan will not win,

    WE MUST get down on your knees and pray, pray, pray.

    LOVE GOD FIRST ABOVE SELF; then you CAN love your neighbor.
    And He will provide the means for us to do so
    +JMJ+
    p

  67. October 8, 2012 at 11:25 am

    Amazing!

  68. October 8, 2012 at 11:30 am

    Situation Ethics.

    This is not Traditional Catholic teaching.

    +JMJ+
    p

  69. October 8, 2012 at 11:49 am

    Margaret:

    A number of years ago, I was present when a minister gave a testimonial, At a Right to Life presentation. He was the product of a boched abortion, he was a twin.
    What was the most amazing part of the story was, when in later years his natural mother showed up in the audience of one of his lectures, and came to him after his speech. At which time he forgave her, and gave her his blessings. I believe that this was the first time he had seen her since his birth. He survived her abortion attempt, many years of operations. He was adopted, lived a Christian Life and became a minister. There is much more to the story: But I was so overcome by his story that I don’t recall his name.
    I can only think how many women he has helped.
    +JMJ+
    P

  70. October 8, 2012 at 12:17 pm

    +JMJ+
    I am a traditional Roman Catholic, and I wish the Church was not tax exempt. Once the Government seems to be giving you something, (which is a joke)they then can dictate. Point in question, Obamacare.

    All the Charitible works of the Church have been tainted in the last 40-50 years because of it’s tax exempt status. Many,many moral issues have been silenced because the Church made a deal with the DEVIL. “Lands of Lakes,” The World and it’s politics.”

    I personally think the Church should op out of tax exemption for the survival of Christendom.
    We of the Church Militant wish only to serve God, and our neighbor, without government interference.

    We have done this successfully even during times of great persercutions, for 2,000 years, and will continue to do so,
    As the Bride of Christ.

    +JMJ+
    p

  71. October 8, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    Sad, to know this. As the founders of this company were Catholics, but I guess things change once companies go public. It is really very difficult to find any company that dose’nt have ties to the Abortion Industry. Directly or indirectly. All by design. “The Globalist”

    +JMJ+
    p

  72. janet eisenbach
    October 11, 2012 at 11:59 pm

    I don’t see state farm on that list!

  73. Gordon Howie
    October 13, 2012 at 1:33 am

    Do you have information that would suggest they should be on the list? If you do, please feel free to share it with us. This list continues to change… It’s important to add additional information that is verifiable and give credit to companies who have changed their direction.

  74. S. P. Colfer
    October 17, 2012 at 9:23 am

    Hello All,

    This is not true. I am a Third Degree Knight and I do not recall any funding drives at all for the MOD. Furthermore, when you search the K of C website, you’ll find that one coucil, (the Hoboken, NJ, Coucil #159), donated $100 to the March of Dimes and the St. Joseph’s Home for the Blind. I would hardly call that being a “huge supporter.”

    All the best & God bless,

    Sean C.

  75. Kasey
    October 20, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    I see that you list eBay : but you accept donations from THEIR SUBSIDIARY PayPal ?!?!?!?!

    Can someone please explain !!

  76. Gordon Howie
    October 21, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    We will look to see if there are some other viable options. Thanks

  77. HR Operations
    November 5, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Aspect Global Giving Program no longer supports the organization (and hasn’t in years), and should therefore be removed from the list of financial supporters.

  78. Gordon Howie
    November 6, 2012 at 11:54 am

    Thank you for this update. God bless you for your decision to no longer support Planned Parenthood!!

  79. Susan
    December 4, 2012 at 10:50 am

    Amniocentesis is not the abortion of down syndrome babies but rather the diagnostic tool Dr. use to determine if a baby may have down syndrome prior to birth. The information can be used for parents to prepare themselves with research on how to care for their special baby or for abortion.

  80. Gordon Howie
    December 4, 2012 at 8:10 pm

    Research shows that Amniocentesis increases spontanious abortion (miscarriage) by about 3%. Senator Santorum said that it most often results in abortion. http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/19/politics/santorum-prenatal-testing/index.html
    Few people use this tool to “prepare and research how to care for their special baby”. Most use it as a tool to determine whether or not to kill the child.

  81. Kathy
    December 9, 2012 at 8:45 pm

    Some companies avoid being placed on the list of PP supporters by donating only once every five years. Doing so keeps their names off the list, but they actually donate 5 times as much every five years instead of making an annual donation of one-fifth the amount. It pays to check the list frequently because of this diversionary tactic.

  82. Gordon Howie
    December 10, 2012 at 10:10 am

    You are exactly right Kathy!

  83. December 11, 2012 at 4:13 am

    The Knights of Columbus

  84. Mary Moyer
    December 18, 2012 at 11:05 pm

    Sprint and AT&T offer special discount phone rates to businesses owned and operated by homosexuals. Where’s my special discount rate?

  85. Mary Moyer
    December 19, 2012 at 8:48 am

    Is there a credit card company that doesn’t? I am sick. Some of the companies I use are on this list, but they will get my money no more.

  86. Steve
    December 24, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    I will no longer support these companies.

  87. Sixtus Maximus
    January 8, 2013 at 6:42 am

    I will not buy any products from these companies. I use to go to Starbucks, not anymore!
    Well I also bought Pepsi products, not anymore! Bank of America, CEO- Brian Moyihan is a Catholic. Brian’s brother is a Catholic Missionary to top it off. Bill Gates wife is also Catholic who is a supporter of abortion and contraceptives. Well brothers and sisters keep fighting the good fight. Pray unceasingly for spiritual changes in these people who run these corporations! With God nothing is Impossible! God Bless!

  88. Lawrence
    January 9, 2013 at 5:56 pm

    Wrong ! Who gave this info????

  89. God's Secret Agent
    January 10, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    I am very happy to see that all of you are opposed to this madness. What is this world coming to??? However, our faith in christ must remain and if anything, it should be stronger than ever! Its true brothers and sisters, let us continue to devote our prayers to stop the world from turning its moral compass completely upside down. Temptation is all around us but with God all things are possible.

  90. Aunalie
    January 14, 2013 at 9:57 pm

    Sad to see the company I work for gives money to planned parenthood.. Ugh AMEX :(

  91. Michelle
    January 16, 2013 at 12:28 am

    The Knights of Columbus is a men’s Catholic charity organization…not an insurance conpany. Therefore they definitely wouldn’t support anything having to do with abortion.

  92. Bonnie Bucklaw
    January 16, 2013 at 11:57 am

    If you work for them you are working for the equivalent
    Of Nazis.

    My husband just got off the phone about a job offer
    From Citigroup. I told him to speak out as to why he
    Won’t work for them.

    Let’s all try to mention companies that don’t support
    The Grande Dame of Abortion / Planned Parenthood.

    For starters : pillsbury, mars, Peter Paul, Visa.
    PS: I heard my bank is bad now too TD BANK (
    Source: Life Decisions International).

  93. Bonnie Bucklaw
    January 16, 2013 at 4:55 pm

    It is good to share with like minded people.
    I just found out about Avon so I stopped selling…
    They are chincie anyway. They denied being involved at
    At last night’s meeting.
    Typical – Satan hides.

    Speaking of Satan – he is in charge – I’m not
    Being unChristian. He revealed his powers to
    me ( a long but true story).

    I fell for his lies – about abortion not being in the health
    Care plan…

    I feel for those who DO NOT renounce him.

    Could we form a new blog about good companies ?

    God Bless and Keep You – remember :

    God has a plan -So stay in it ! This life is
    Short and our actions matter.

    Stay Strong in Christ Jesus with Mary and
    All the saints and Godly Angels.

  94. Bonnie Bucklaw
    January 16, 2013 at 9:06 pm

    Write Letters to

    Avon ¥

    Mr. Moynihan of Bank of America ¥

    Walt Disney ¥

    And on the kudos side :

    AT&T FOR SEEING THE LIGHT ¥

    ( we must let them know about us – and pray
    For Real Change to come . In Jesus’ name .
    Amen

    I’m not “religious” , I’m just bought and sold !

  95. Bonnie Bucklaw
    January 17, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    Here is the addresses for Catholic Raised
    Brian T. Moynihan whose brother Patrick
    Is A Catholic Missionary:

    Write a polite letter and/or pray. This man has
    A lot of headaches … Poor Guy .

    Maybe we can save his soul and his bank from
    Disaster !

    Here goes:

    Brian Moynihan,

    Chief Executive Officer

    Bank of America

    100 North Tryon Street

    Charlotte, NC 28255

    —-email address:

    brian.t.moynihan@bankofamerica.com

  96. Bonnie Bucklaw
    January 17, 2013 at 3:35 pm

     The Catholic organization:
    Knights of Columbus
    has an insurance company
    that is 100% pro-life.

  97. Bonnie Bucklaw
    January 17, 2013 at 3:58 pm

    This is a blog about large corp
    beauty products like
    Avon and
    Mary
    Kay and
    Thirty One gifts
    And their support of Planned Parenthood Abortion Agenda:
    Hope it helps:

    .http://susangodfrey.com/why-i-will-not-support-thirty-one/

    Sent from my iPhone

  98. Anthony Ortiz
    January 17, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    Nestlé is bad.

    Lay’s is bad.

    Kraft is bad.

    Johnson and Johnson are bad.

    Pepsi is bad.

    Coca-Cola is bad.

    Pepsi is worse.

    Quaker is bad.

    Coffee Mate is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Wonka is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Laffy Taffy is bad because Wonka is Nestlé.

    Swedish Fish are bad.

    Gerber is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Tropicana is bad.

    Nabisco is bad because it is Kraft.

    Aunt Jemima is bad because it is Quaker.

    Butterfingers are bad because they are Nestlé.

    Raisinets, the brand name, are bad because they are Nestlé.

    Dannon is bad.

    Meow Mix is bad because it is Del Monte.

    Ben and Jerry’s is bad.

    Suave is bad.

    New Disney Products are bad (buy the used Disney)

    Lipton is bad.

    Kool Aid is bad because it is Kraft.

    Crystal Light is bad because it is Kraft (we buy genaric drink mixes)

    Mountain Dew is bad because it is Pepsi.

    Ovaltine is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Sierra Mist is bad because it is Pepsi.

    Crush is bad because it is Pepsi.

    Aquafina is bad because it is Pepsi.

    For most products like sodas we use genaric brands.

    Pepsi used dead babies from abortion in they’re drink testing, I will include a link later, they have since stopped, but it is still too gross to drink and they still contract with Senomyx who get the aborted
    babies for use in food processing etc.

    Post Cereal is good.

    General Mills is good.

    Philsbury is good.

    Hormel is good.

    Mars is good.

    Hershey is good.

    Kellogg’s Cereal is good.

    Smuckers is good.

    Peter Paul is good.

    Hungry Jack is good.

    Yoplait is good.

    Alcon for Contact Lenses is good.

    Colgate is good.

    Betty Crocker is good.

    Rice-A-Roni is good.

  99. Anthony Ortiz
    January 17, 2013 at 9:23 pm

    The Road Not Taken
    BY ROBERT FROST
    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
    And sorry I could not travel both
    And be one traveler, long I stood
    And looked down one as far as I could
    To where it bent in the undergrowth;

    Then took the other, as just as fair,
    And having perhaps the better claim,
    Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
    Though as for that the passing there
    Had worn them really about the same,

    And both that morning equally lay
    In leaves no step had trodden black.
    Oh, I kept the first for another day!
    Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
    I doubted if I should ever come back.

    I shall be telling this with a sigh
    Somewhere ages and ages hence:
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
    I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference.

  100. Brandie
    January 18, 2013 at 7:14 am

    Is there a current list available or a new article in the works?

  101. January 18, 2013 at 7:16 am

    Also, paypal is a PP financial provider, in case you want to find another avenue for donations.

  102. Gordon Howie
    January 18, 2013 at 7:53 am

    I have been contemplating a new list, but haven’t gotten it done yet!

  103. Anthony Ortiz
    January 18, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Pay Pal is still bad.

    eBay is bad.

    Pixy Stix are bad because they are Wonka.

    100 Grand are bad because it is Nestlé.

    Sno-Caps are bad because it is Nestlé.

    Sweet-Tarts are bad because it is Wonka.

    TD Bank is bad.

    Bank of America is bad.

    Nerds are bad because it is Wonka.

    Drumsticks are bad because it is Nestlé.

    Ziploc is bad because it is Johnson and Johnson.

    Ritz Crackers are bad because it is Nabisco.

    Chips Ahoy is bad because it is Nabisco.

    Teddy Bear Graham’s (some) are bad because it is Nabisco.

    Oreo is bad because it is Nabisco.

    Nutter Butter is bad because it is Nabisco.

    Nilla Wafers (not the other ones) are bad because it is Nabisco.

    Lunchables are bad because it is Kraft.

    Doritos are bad because it is Lay’s.

    Cheetos are bad because it is Lay’s.

    Cracker Jack’s are bad because it is Lay’s.

    Snickers are good because it is Mars.

    Twix is good because it is Mars.

    M&M’s are good because it is Mars.

    Milk Duds are good because it is Hershey.

    Milky Way is good because it is Mars.

    Jolly Ranchers are good because it is Hershey.

    Kit Kats are good because they are Hershey.

    Reese’s are good because it is Hershey.

    Starburst are good because it is Mars.

    3 Musketeers are good because it is Mars.

    Almond Joys are good because it is Peter Paul.

  104. Anthony Ortiz
    January 18, 2013 at 4:19 pm

    Restaurant info:

    Outback Steakhouse is bad .
    Olive Garden is bad.
    Red Lobster is bad.
    Sonic Drive thru is bad.

    I don’t know of any others.

  105. Anthony Ortiz
    January 18, 2013 at 4:53 pm

    Here is a link recommending Cornerstone
    As a pro-life alternative to Pay Pal.

    I’ll have to tell
    Mike Huckabee too – who also uses PayPal.
    A lot of pro-life politicians do. Not good.

    http://www.ask.com/web?l=sem&ifr=1&qsrc=999&q=cornerstone%20a%20pro-life%20alternative%20to%20pay%20pal&siteid=15148&o=15148&ar_uid=1164828B-272F-4182-B1AE-90BC8B0EF437&click_id=E5BE40BB-AFFC-40C6-96E9-1A41FBDE1D71

    Sent from my iPhone

  106. Bonnie
    January 18, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    This was written before pink bows Went back
    To funding Planned Parenthood again- (ie: the sold out).
    Many good women quit after that including some
    Top execs. The critical irony is that ABORTION
    IS A MAIN CAUSE OR CONTRIBUTING FACTOR
    TO BREAST CANCER !?!

    Here’s the article :
    February 3, 2012 (Witnessworks.org) – It was April 1990. Faye Wattleton, then-president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) was fuming. AT&T*, who had funded PPFA for 25 years, had just announced the month before that the abortion giant would no longer be eligible for financial support.

    Rightly believing that AT&T’s decision to cease funding PPFA was the result of efforts led by the Christian Action Council, PPFA embarked on a public condemnation of AT&T and the pro-life movement.

    PPFA purchased full page ads costing an average of $40,000 each in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Investor’s Daily and USA Today headlined with: “Caving in to extremists, AT&T hangs up on Planned Parenthood.” The ads also had two coupons: one for contributions and one to send to AT&T.

    PPFA officials kept up the pressure on AT&T to reverse their decision. Even some pro-abortion members of Congress led by Senator Barbara Boxer D-California joined the fray.

    What these individuals either failed to understand or simply ignored was that once you have publicly spewed vitriol against an individual or group, you have pretty much ended any incentive to support you.

    Twenty-two years later, Susan G. Komen (SGK) has decided Planned Parenthood is ineligible for future funding. And what does PPFA do? Just what they did when AT&T ceased its funding.

    It’s deja vu.

    Click “like” if you want to end abortion! 

    The only differences: Cecile Richards (not Wattleton) is fuming; mass emails are being sent by PPFA and its friends expressing how “hurt” they are; PPFA is encouraging social media to go after SGK; and the mainstream media – firmly entrenched in its support of “abortion central” – is treating Komen founder and Chief Executive Nancy G. Brinker as an enemy of women. Oh, and Senator Patty Murray D-Washington has joined Barbara Boxer D-California in falsely claiming that SGK’s lack of support for Planned Parenthood will hurt women’s health.

    If Planned Parenthood and its ilk really hope for future support from SGK, they are certainly going about it in the wrong way. Why would SGK ever even consider future support when Planned Parenthood and its “friends” are on the attack?

    Yesterday evening, PPFA announced the creation of a “Planned Parenthood Breast Health Fund” to solicit donations. And just what will Planned Parenthood do with these funds? They do not provide mammograms, breast MRIs, stereotactic breast biopsies, ultrasound-guided breast biopsies, radiation, or chemotherapy. So, what do they do? Some centers offer clinical breast exams (CBE) and distribute American Cancer Society brochures – that’s it.

    These services are done free of charge at any one of the 1,048 of Federally Qualified Health Centers or the 3,755 Rural Health Clinics in the US as well as at local health departments and hospitals.

    In addition, with Planned Parenthood being the largest single provider of abortions in this country, they are contributing to – not reducing – breast cancer. The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute says that “52 of 68 epidemiological studies” demonstrate that abortion raises breast cancer risk.

    I applaud SGK in taking their first step in doing what is right for women by making Planned Parenthood ineligible for funding. I wish I could convey to them that the flack they are receiving is deja vu – that Planned Parenthood and its ilk always go after anyone who dares to disagree with them.

    And, it is NOT about the money. It’s about PPFA’s credibility. As then-president of PPFA, Faye Wattleton wrote in her book, Life on the Line, about the AT&T issue, “Corporate support was only about 5 percent of our budget, but it meant a great deal to us. The credibility that such endorsements bestowed was at least as valuable as the actual dollars given.”

    This is why PPFA and its followers are fuming. SGK’s decision has dealt a blow to Planned Parenthood’s credibility and they don’t like it!

    *AT&T was the first well known Planned Parenthood supporting corporation to be removed from the boycott list managed by the then-Christian Action Council (now managed by Life Decisions International). Since 1990, at least 282 corporations have followed in AT&T’s footsteps.

  107. Anthony Ortiz
    January 18, 2013 at 5:40 pm

    If we all right to let people know why we are boy-cotting their companies because they are supporting Mass abortion, we will get results.

    Here are reasons why we don’t buy their products:

    Pepsi supported using dead babies
    in their drinks, if you don’t believe me,
    just Google, Pepsi and Senomyx.

  108. Ismael
    January 18, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    The American Civil Liberties Union ended its legal challenge Today to a Kansas law restricting private health insurance coverage for abortions.

    A court filing shows the parties have agreed to dismiss all remaining claims, with each side bearing its own costs and attorneys’ fees.

    The agreement follows a federal judge’s Jan. 7 ruling that, as a matter of law, the ACLU failed to provide any evidence that the Legislature’s predominant motivation in passing the 2011 law was to make it more difficult to get abortions.

    The Kansas law prohibits private insurance companies from offering coverage for abortions in their general plans except for when a woman’s life is in danger. Kansas residents or employers who want abortion coverage must buy supplemental policies, known as riders.

    “We are disappointed that the court’s decision will stand, despite the fact that the American public believes that politicians have no place interfering with a woman’s personal and private medical decisions,” ACLU attorney Brigitte Amri said. “A woman should have the peace of mind of knowing that her insurance will cover her medical needs no matter what happens during her pregnancy.

    “Although we are not able to continue with this case, we will continue to stand up for a woman’s right to make the best choice for herself and her family.”

    The Kansas attorney general’s office did not immediately return a phone message and email seeking comment on the court filing.

    The case had been scheduled for trial in March to determine the larger question of whether the significant costs for abortions many women must now pay for themselves create a substantial burden on the federal right to an abortion. The joint stipulation of dismissal _ which prohibits the ACLU from raising the claims again or appealing the judge’s earlier ruling _ effectively ends the case.

    Women seeking an abortion in Kansas need to buy the insurance rider or pay for the procedure out-of-pocket if their insurance policies are new or were renewed after the law took effect in July 2011.

    Before the law’s passage, companies comprising 70 percent of the insurance market share in Kansas included abortion coverage in comprehensive policies, the judge noted. Between July 2010 and July 2011, the three major health insurers paid claims for 137 abortions.

    The cost for an abortion at a clinic ranges from $450 to $1,675, and hospital abortions can cost upwards of $10,000.

    The law was among several major anti-abortion initiatives approved by Kansas legislators and signed into law by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, who called on lawmakers to create “a culture of life” after he took office in January 2011. Supporters of the insurance restrictions contended that people who oppose abortion shouldn’t be forced to pay for such coverage in a general health plan.

  109. Bonnie
    January 18, 2013 at 8:23 pm

    And the 2013newspaper quote read:

    “Supporters of the insurance restrictions contended that 
    people who oppose abortion 
    shouldn’t be forced to pay 
    for such coverage in a “health” 
    plan”.

    REAL TRUE TRANSLATION:

    Normal People who refuse to pay for the mass murder
    Of innocents up to nine months – for any old reason-
     Believe that they shouldn’t be forced by insurance companied to be Accomplices in a crime
    Of Cold-Blooded Murder 

    That was not THIER “choice” to begin with.

    —–In Other Words:

    When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–

    THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

  110. Gordon Howie
    January 19, 2013 at 7:56 am

    Well said!

  111. Angela
    January 19, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    KofC is indeed an insurance company. My husband is a knight!

  112. Angela
    January 19, 2013 at 1:21 pm
  113. Bonnie
    January 19, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    Thank you.

    Here is a link to the article if anyone else would like
    To comment:
    :http://www.heraldstandard.com/united_states_ap/aclu-drops-challenge-to-kansas-abortion-law/article_cce0e8c0-ca37-5c97-b228-b48762beab92.html#.UPoGB_t2D_A.mailto
    —/—-//–/-///////

    Here is another link About Justin Bieber’s Mother producing
    A pro-life movie:
    http://www.lifenews.com/2013/01/17/justin-biebers-mom-to-promote-pro-life-movie-crescendo/

  114. Randy
    January 19, 2013 at 6:26 pm

     Leading Pro-Life Bloggers, Activists to Gather for ProLifeCon

    WHO:

    Rep. Diane Black (R-TN-6)

    Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ-8)

    Jeanne Monahan, President, March for Life

    Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council

    Anna Higgins, J.D., Director of the Center for Human Dignity, Family Research Council

    Dr. Russell Moore, Dean of the School of Theology and Senior Vice President for Academic Administration at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

    Jill Stanek, JillStanek.com

    Kate Bryan, Communications Director, LiveAction

    Roland Warren, Chief Executive Officer, Care Net

    Janet Durig, Executive Director, Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center

    Dean Nelson, National Black Pro-Life Coalition

    Jason Jones, MovieToMovement

    Dr. Michael J. New, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan-Dearborn

    Dan Pennell, Life United – with a special video message from Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar

    WHAT: Webcast event: “ProLifeCon: The premier conference for the online pro-life community”

    WHERE: In person: Family Research Council Media Center, 801 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001; online: http://www.frc.org/prolifecon

    WHEN: 8:30-11:30 a.m. Eastern, Friday, January 25

    http://www.lifenews.com/2013/01/18/leading-pro-life-bloggers-activists-to-gather-for-prolifecon/

  115. Anthony Ortiz
    January 20, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    A BLESSED SANCTITY OF LIFE SUNDAY !

  116. Anthony Ortiz
    January 21, 2013 at 2:25 pm

    The Real Planned Parenthood
    By TOM MCCLUSKY on 5.23.07 @ 12:07AM

    Margaret Sanger’s baby receives infinitely more from unwitting taxpayers and willing corporate donors than it does from presidential wannabes.
    How much have you spent this year on the abortion-oriented services of Planned Parenthood? This question may seem too personal, or out of line with your religious beliefs. But the truth is that if you pay taxes, you support Planned Parenthood.
    As the media runs stories of candidates getting into trouble for donating to Planned Parenthood, it’s noteworthy to mention how much the controversial organization receives on the public dole. In 2005 Planned Parenthood got $272 million in our taxes, twice the money it made from its 255,000 surgical abortions. Since 1987, Planned Parenthood has taken in $3.2 billion in taxpayer funds for its deadly agenda. So, since 1973 Planned Parenthood has aborted 3.8 million babies with the help of over 3.9 billion tax dollars.
    But the buck doesn’t stop there. A number of companies also donate large amounts of money to the pro-abortion organization including Walt Disney Co., Bank of America, Johnson and Johnson, Cole, Levi Strauss, Nationwide Insurance, Prudential, Unilever, Wachovia and Whole Foods. Between taxpayer dollars, corporate monies and other donations, Planned Parenthood had over $882 million in total revenue in 2005.
    Many supporters of Planned Parenthood seem to be embarrassed about the organization’s best known service — abortion. Proponents argue that the money goes to other services, usually emphasizing adoption work. However, according to the most recent figures, Planned Parenthood did 264,943 abortions in 2005, an increase of over 100,000 from the year before (those abortions generated an estimated $99 million profit for Planned Parenthood.) In contrast, adoption referrals by Planned Parenthood have been steadily decreasing from 1,774 customers in 2003 to 1,414 in 2004 (the last years figures were known). In other words, for every 180 abortions Planned Parenthood did, they offered one adoption referral.
    Additionally, Planned Parenthood appears to take many positions that are well outside of the mainstream. Pro-abortion forces went ballistic immediately following the recent Supreme Court decision limiting the senseless killing of innocent, partially-born babies, otherwise known as Partial Birth Abortion. A recent CNN poll following the decision found that a large majority of Americans supported the Supreme Court’s decision to make the procedure illegal. Vanessa Cullins, a vice president of Planned Parenthood, immediately sent out a press statement voicing “disappointment” in the Supreme Court decision but “If you have an appointment, you should still come in” for a partial birth abortion.
    The true story of Planned Parenthood is more easily told by how it treats the young women who come in for “counseling.” Two recently controversial cases come from Ohio where girls, one as young as 14, were brought in for abortions. In one case it was the young girl’s soccer coach who brought the underage girl in for the abortion. In the other case, it was the victim’s own father, who had repeatedly raped and abused her. Despite laws requiring Planned Parenthood officials to report the crimes of statutory rape or incest, the law was not followed. The victims were only sold abortions, paid for by their abusers.
    Sadly, Planned Parenthood so routinely gets exposed instructing statutory rapist on how not to get caught, there are videos which can be watched even now at YouTube.
    Interestingly, Planned Parenthood opposes true pregnancy care centers where adoption counseling and assistance for mothers can be found as well as medical assistance. A real pregnancy care center offers women a true choice, and such centers clearly explain to women that the choice they are about to make is not between a woman and her doctor, but between a mother and her child.
    Because Planned Parenthood is most concerned with “terminating the pregnancy,” the organization also fights against issues like parental notice, medical facility standards for abortion clinics, and the release of records of underage abortions, even with names and addresses deleted. This is key because such pregnancies indicate that crimes have been committed against the girls. Planned Parenthood hides under the guise of “patient privacy,” as they have in Indiana and Kansas.
    Warren County, Ohio, Prosecutor Rachel Hutzel has a different, more realistic theory regarding Planned Parenthood’s reluctance to discuss the underage girls. She states, “My guess is that this is just the tip of the iceberg, and that is why Planned Parenthood will do anything to prevent us from seeing its records.”
    If candidates, corporations and politicians want to continue to stand up for and financially support Planned Parenthood, knowing about its despicable practices, that is their choice. However, it’s time to have a public conversation about the $272 million tax dollars going to Planned Parenthood each year. To make the American taxpayer an unwitting accomplice to crimes upon our children is too much to ask.

  117. Anthony Ortiz
    January 21, 2013 at 2:44 pm

    media@fightpp.org
     
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 /Christian Newswire/ — Life Decisions International (LDI) has released a revised edition of The Boycott List, which identifies corporations that are boycott targets due to their support of Planned Parenthood, the world’s primary abortion-advocacy group.
     
    “As a direct result of the commitment, action and prayers of pro-family people, at least 137 corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood,” said LDI President Douglas R. Scott, Jr. It is estimated that the boycott has cost Planned Parenthood more than $35 million since the Corporate Funding Project (CFP) began some 15 years ago. “This should be a testament to those who believe it is impossible to change corporate philanthropic behavior,” Scott said.
     
    Corporations appearing on The Boycott List for the first time include AlphaGraphics (graphics/printing), Arizona Lotus (radio/television broadcasting), Blackjack Pizza (restaurants), BolchalkFReY Marketing (advertising/public relations), Kara-Line (Wild Carrots apparel), Lowe Enterprises (hotels/resorts/financing), Pizza Pizza (restaurants), Scolari’s Food & Drug, and Tiffany & Company, among others.
     
    Corporations continuing as boycott targets from the previously released Boycott List include high-end retailer Neiman Marcus, Basics Office Products, Adobe (software), Wachovia (finance), Golub (Price Chopper supermarkets), Nike (shoes/apparel, etc.), Time Warner (Cinemax, HBO, AOL, etc.), Unilever (Q-Tips, Lipton, Best Foods, Birds Eye, CountryCrock, Wish-Bone, Ben & Jerry’s, Axe, Finesse, Salon Selectives, Suave, etc.), Bank of America, the Dallas Cowboys, CIGNA (insurance), Walt Disney, Cost Plus World Market, Johnson & Johnson, Lost Arrow (Patagonia, etc.), Wells Fargo, Whole Foods Market, and Nationwide (insurance), among others.
     
    The new Boycott List includes a revised “Dishonorable Mention” section, which identifies charitable groups that are associated with Planned Parenthood and/or its agenda. Among the groups named in this section are The American Cancer Society, Camp Fire, The Dr. Phil Foundation, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts, Human Rights Watch, Kiwanis Clubs, the March of Dimes, Rotary Clubs, The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, and the YWCA.
     
    A revised list of local/regional boycott targets may be found at: http://www.fightpp.org/show.cfm?page=regional_intro. “We ask all people who care about life to visit this page to learn which businesses in their area are supporting Planned Parenthood,” Scott said. “We urge picketing, letter-writing, and personal visits to these establishments. It is important for pro-family people to let these entrepreneurs know how they feel.”
     

  118. Newest LDI list info
    January 21, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    This list was not easy to get and is the only one of its kind on the web that I know of.)
    Update: 03/22/2012

    Recent Additions to corporations that Sponsor Planned Parenthood Include…
    Original List Authored By: Life Decisions International
    New boycott targets include

    Advance Publications (magazines such as Bon Appetit, Details, Glamour, GQ, Self, Vanity Fair, and Vogue)
    Ameriprise Financial
    Arthur Murray (dance studios)
    Bikram’s Yoga
    Bob Evans (restaurants)
    Danone (Dannon products)
    Fresh Enterprises (Baja Fresh Mexican Grill, Canyons Burger Co., and La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill)
    NACCO (Hamilton Beach and Proctor Silex products; Kitchen Collection and Le Gourmet Chef stores)
    Other new boycott targets include
    Pernod Ricard (alcoholic products including Absolute, Ballantine’s, Beefeater, Chivas Regal, Kahlúa, Malibu, and Royal Salute)
    TD Bank Group
    UBS (financial services)
    Wyndham (lodging including Baymont, Days Inn, Dream Hotels, Hawthorne, Howard Johnson, Knights Inn, Microtel, Night, Ramada, Super 8, Travelodge, TRYP Hotels, Wingate, and Wyndham; eatery: Planet Hollywood)
    The Lance Armstrong Foundation
    Source For the 3/22/2012 Update : Life News
    -
    Update: 03/18/2012 : List First Published on: Dec 2, 2011
    This list was compiled from multiple news reports and snippets from other portions of the list that have been made public, this list is not easy to obtain, share it! The official list is available for purchase for about 15$ and is published yearly. I forget the name of the publisher of the official list but when I find it (I am not actively looking for it) I will link to it.

    If you doubt the validity of this list then research it yourself, the last time I did research on it was back in December of 2011.

    Furthermore, some of the companies on this list may actually be paying us for advertising, but in the spirit of Americanism, the truth must be told and they are free to donate to whom ever they damn well choose. And we are free to report about it.
    And they are free to drop advertising.
    And we are free to not give a darn.

    This Planned Parenthood Donor List Last Updated in December of 2011. At the time I lacked the foresight to source it, next time its updated it will be sourced, in the meantime, source it yourself with Bing or Google.
    Search Terms=Name of company+planned parenthood+donor+contribution

    This list is subject to, and will be updated.

    The Dallas Cowboys !
    American Cancer Society
    Camp Fire Girls
    The Dr. Phil Foundation
    Girls Inc.,
    Girl Scouts
     

    I could be the next genius.
    Kiwanis Clubs
    Human Rights Watch
    The March of Dimes
    Rotary Clubs
    The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation – (You know, pink in October? NFL?)
    Neiman Marcus
    Adobe (Software Maker)
    Wachovia Bank
    Golub (which operates Price Chopper supermarkets),
    Nike
    Time Warner
    Unilever
    Bank of America
    The Dallas Cowboys
    CIGNA
     More Planned Parenthood Donors
    Walt Disney
    Johnson & Johnson
    Wells Fargo
    Whole Foods Market
    Nationwide insurance
    AlphaGraphics, television broadcasting firm
    Arizona Lotus
    BolchalkFReY Marketing
    Kara-Line (Wild Carrots apparel)
    Lowe Enterprises (hotel and resort operator )
    Scolari’s Food & Drug.
    Tiffany & Company and Blackjack Pizza
    Mesa Air Group
    Trinity Investments
    AOL
    Bank of America
    Bayer
    Chevron
    Darden Restaurants (Olive Garden, Red Lobster, etc.),
    eBay (PayPal, etc.)
    Laureate Education
    Midas
    Nationwide (insurance)
    Select Comfort (Sleep Number bed)
    Southwest Airlines (Jet Blue, etc.)
    Starwood Hotels (Aloft, Element, Four Points, Le Méridien, Sheraton, St. Regis, W, Westin, etc.), Symantec,
    Wells Fargo
    Whole Foods
    Comic Relief
    Eagles Clubs
    Elks Clubs
    Elton John
    AIDS Foundation
    Red Cross
    AARP
    American Cancer Society
    Amnesty International
    Audubon Society
    Boys & Girls Clubs
    Camp Fire
    Human Rights Watch
    Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
    Kiwanis Clubs
    Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
    Lions Clubs
    March of Dimes
    Michael J. Fox Foundation
    Muscular Dystrophy Association
    Paralyzed Veterans of America
    Parkinson’s Disease Foundation
    Ronald McDonald House Charities
    Rotary Clubs
    Salvation Army
    Save the Children
    Sierra Club
    YMCA, and YWCA.
     
    Please forgive any duplicates and if any donors have been omitted, please let me know by using the contact form. Certainly inform us of any errors, we don’t want to hurt our credibility. Thanks.

    THU MAR 22, 2012 10:57 EST
    ‘282 corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood’

    Bob Evans restaurants, GQ & Glamour, Wyndham hotels on new list of Planned Parenthood supporters

    BY JOHN-HENRY WESTEN

  119. Anthony Ortiz
    January 21, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    Here is a site about the hidden agendas
    Of some companies. Green stars are good.
    For example: Walmart , Toys are Us, Hobby Shop and
    Chick -fil -A all received green stars.

    Here is the link :

    http://reviews.faithdrivenconsumer.org/CompanyReviews/SearchResults.aspx?ovemin=0&ovemax=5&promin=0&promax=5&nonmin=0&nonmax=5&whomin=0&whomax=5&phimin=0&phimax=5&tramin=0&tramax=5&cormin=0&cormax=5&othmin=0&othmax=5

  120. Anthony Ortiz
    January 21, 2013 at 5:29 pm

    This is A Must READ ( yesterday )

    http://www.glennbeck.com/2013/01/21/lila-rose-talks-to-glenn-about-the-fight-for-life/?utm_source=Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2013-01-21_193605&utm_content=4828121&utm_term=_193605_193620

    I’ve been encouraging GLENN BECK to become
    More involved with pro-life.
    It’s the wooden dagger to defeat that devil in a cheap suit.

    If you would like to help please write Glenn and
    Thank him at:

    me@glennbeck.com

    We need him – he is now broadcasting from
    Dish Network, I believe.

  121. BakingNana
    January 23, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    Beware of blindly purchasing store brands in an effort to boycott national brands. Most store brands are manufactured by a major manufacturer for private labeling. You may have a tough time finding out exactly where and/or who manufactured a store brand product.

  122. Monica Downey
    January 24, 2013 at 3:42 pm

    It’s kinda like a whodunit. I wish I had more info.
    I’m a Catholic Angel and I want to Show the
    Truth to the world – who acts like they don care.
    Sometimes it’s trying over and over. Sometimes
    It is not so . But the press has let us down.
    Glenn beck did another prolie article 187.
    I’m hoping to forward this to him – if he can spotlight
    The Cos that did it.

  123. Monica Downey
    January 24, 2013 at 4:22 pm
  124. Mike Lane
    January 27, 2013 at 7:23 am

    Most of this info is grossly outdated or just plain wrong. Contact Life Decisions International for an accurate list. They also explain how a company gets on and taken off their boycott list. The LDI list has been endorsed by many nationwide pro-life groups.

  125. Jeep
    January 27, 2013 at 12:26 pm

    VISA is not on the list. Neither is Discover.

  126. Jeep
    January 27, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    ERIE Insurance is not on the list. Neither is State Farm nor Farmers.

  127. Catholic Dad
    January 27, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    I didn’t see State farm on the list. State Farm also is a mutual not a C corp. which means, like a credit union vs. a big bank, it is owned by its members not by stockholders. Hope this is helpful. mGrby

  128. Jeep
    January 27, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    Pray for the Catholic bishops as well, that they will see to it that Catholics are taught the truth. There aren’t two kinds of Catholics. Under NO circumstances can a Catholic (or any Christian for that matter) be supportive of abortion or contraception, and still be in communion with the Church. Period. Zero exceptions.

  129. Ken H
    January 27, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    The Knights of Columbus is a Men’s Catholic fraternal organization. They do have an insurance organization connected to them. I cannot vouch for the list of organizations that they support – it sounds like it is published somewhere? And if one of the councils did make a small donation to the March of Dimes, and if March of Dimes does support abortion, it seems that the K of C central organization should get their act together and publish a list of organizations that should not be supported. (If they haven’t done so already.)

    These things are pretty dicey, though – you can support an organization that turns around and supports other organizations that you wouldn’t want to support yourself. For example, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston seems like a good organization to support, right? But they, in turn, provided some type of sponsorship for the Boston Gay Pride celebration / event (whatever they call it). I am not sure what fund the money came from (if it was from their donation base, then I have a bigger issue with it) but again – how can you tell where your money ends up going to?

  130. Betty
    January 27, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    I didn’t see AutoOwners on the list.

  131. Gordon Howie
    January 28, 2013 at 10:36 am

    We are working to get information to the public without charge. Unfortunately, the organization you mention “sells” their list.

  132. Monica Downey
    January 30, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    Yeah – they sell THIER list and have dishonorable mention
    For the “charitable” Nazis.
    Looking forward to your new list.
    LDI will answer questions about specific companies
    If you call them.
    I was upset with them during the Pepsi Senomyx
    Partnership. I wrote for them to expose Pepsi
    And NOTHING ! Pepsi later admitted that they
    We’re using human fetuses procured from Senomyx.
    Pepsi hasn’t broken ties with the nazi company
    But stated they won’t use aborted babies in THIER taste
    Tests anymore .
    That’s life in America. Few reported on it.

  133. Monica Downey
    January 30, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    The latest LDI LIST IS HERE ( Above).

    They don’t list everybody.

    Any recent news about Coke or Walgreens?

  134. Namina
    February 2, 2013 at 12:50 pm

    I think this is great. It’s a right and they don’t supply ONLY abortions. They supply preventative measures as well, such as birth control and support using preventative measures and use abortion as a last resort. A fetus is not a human! This is modern times for crying out loud.

  135. Gordon Howie
    February 4, 2013 at 6:18 am

    Sorry, “a fetus is not a human”…?? What science class did you attend?… or sleep through?? Life begins at conception. It’s settled science. Obviously it would be a human life. It is not our “right” to kill innocent children. Planned Parenthood is an abortion business, killing kids for cash. It is not their last resort, it is their business plan.

  136. John
    February 4, 2013 at 5:09 pm

    USAA is a great company that earns terrible rankings from pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage organizations like Human Rights Campaign (though I think you have to be a veteran or a family member of a veteran to be a member). A good practice is to get consumer advocacy lists from pro-abortion, pro gay marriage organizations. It’s a great way to see which companies the other side is urging its people to support or boycott.

  137. Ted
    February 7, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    You cannot track every penny spent or fraction thereof. If you are spendng money, some portion of it could be traced to PP. Are you using Explorer to see this webpage? Bill Gates and Microsoft give to PP. And almost $400 million of Federal Tax dollars goes to PP…yours and mine. Sad.

  138. Ted
    February 7, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    Do the K.O.C. use any computers, drink Cokes or Pepsi, shop at Walmart, get gas, eat out, etc. They their purchases support PP in some form or manner. Do any of their 401K retirement packages have investments? Are they socially conscious? While I hate it, even if you try, you cannot control every aspect of every dollar you spend.

  139. Joey
    February 9, 2013 at 3:51 pm

    Hear hear !
    Will you post a link for your updated
    List here when it is completed?
    I keep checking back
    Here, so I hope so. Praying for you … And
    For blind people like “Namina”.
    Today Life News published a report that
    Almost 80% of women viewing an ultrasound
    Don’t go through with the abortion.

    We are winning… Abortion mills are shutting
    Down -left and right.

    I side with Blessed Mother Theresa quotes
    About artificial contraception and abortion.
    .. NOT
    Hilter’s .

    In reference to that –
    Check out this video on YouTube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NifZmfhCO8&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    Thanks- JoAnn

  140. Joey
    February 9, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    “North Dakota is leading the way for equal rights and protections for all human beings,” she said. “After the struggles to pass life-affirming amendments in the Senate in the past four years, we are very pleased that the North Dakota Senate has chosen to protect all living human beings. This is a historic day in North Dakota.”

    “Abortion laws are archaic, based on 40-year-old science and technology,” added Mason. “Our understanding of pregnancy and human development since Roe v Wade has changed dramatically. There is no question now that the unborn child is a human being and a person, who has a right to legal recognition and protection.”

    Here is the link:
    http://www.lifenews.com/2013/02/07/north-dakota-senate-approves-abortion-personhood-amendment/

  141. Seacrest
    February 10, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    Tonight I watched The 2013 Grammy Awards
    - I am convinced
    That 99.9 percent of musical talent God had planned for us
    has been aborted.

  142. Tim
    February 14, 2013 at 9:11 pm

    Thanks for posting the email address for the Bank of America CEO…i’ve been wanting to send B of A a letter asking if they plan to continue donating to Planned Parenthood and was just able to do so. We’ll see if i get a response. One company at a time…

    God Bless

  143. Susan
    February 22, 2013 at 11:11 pm

    Gordon, I was saddeded to see this post. A friend posted it on Facebook. I am pasting my reply to her here. I have worked in the pro-life industry for over 4 years and spent HOURS researching companies. Posts like this make us all look bad. Also, Pay Pal, which you use to raise money actually DOES support Planned Parenthood. Here’s my post to my friend–written more casually in FB-speak but I am so weary of half truths that I am exhausted from it all. I have given years to NOT supporting PP but I make sure my information is accurate. Also you did not make this list–an OLD PP page did and it was years ago and local to only one region.

    Oh this list annoys me. It’s not accurate. This is an OLD list from a local PP in California and is NOT NATIONAL. This article is misleading. People keep finding a cache of this page and saying ALL these places support PP. Enough places do support them but this is NOT an accurate national list and I get mad at news agencies that do this because it makes them lack credibility. URG!!! Just FYI. I don’t even keep up with all this anymore now that i don’t write full time and yet I recognize this list a mile away. Sorry! I am all intense–it’s toward the reporters here. I just long for some more credible news so people will take it seriously AND not be deceived by half truths.

  144. Nicole McCune
    February 23, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    I did not see State Farm on the list and that is who I use and they are a pretty good Com.

  145. Mike
    February 23, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    Thank you very much for this info. I thought I’d return the favor by letting you know that McDonald’s and Sonic should also be on this list.

  146. Gordon Howie
    February 23, 2013 at 9:16 pm

    Susan, thanks for your comments. This post is over a year old, and continues to get comments and input. The information was the most accurat available to us at the time, and we are always happy to share new information. Perfection isn’t our objective. It’s important that people make informed decisions, even though none of us will be perfect. If you have specific information on companies, please feel free to share it here. We will be glad to pass it along.

  147. Ruth
    February 28, 2013 at 11:03 am

    Gates & HP supports PP, Dell supports Gay Pride Parades is their any pro life alternatives for computers & products?

  148. Seacrest
    February 28, 2013 at 3:32 pm

    I don’t know about computers…. It’s a good question though.
    Looking forward to Gordon Howie new list.

    AT&T CONVERTED … So that’s good.

    PS: weren’t the Oscars depraved ?

  149. Anthony
    March 9, 2013 at 6:27 pm

    Planters is bad because it is Kraft.

    Mayo is bad because it is Kraft.

    Honey Maid is bad because Nabisco is Kraft.

    Skinny Cow is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Push-Ups are bad because they are Nestlé.

    Toll House is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Advil was good because it was Wyeth but now bad because it is Pfiezer.

    Chef Boyardee is good because it is ConAgra.

    Hamburger Helper is good because it is Betty Crocker.

    Bisquick is good because it is Betty Crocker.

    General Mills are good.

    King’s Hawaiian are good.

    Diana’s Bananas are good.

    Blue Bunny Ice Cream is good.

    T.G. Lee is good.

    Peter Pan Peanut Butter is good because it is ConAgra.

    ConAgra is good.

  150. Anthony
    March 9, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    Raid is bad because it is Johnson and Johnson.

    Nesquik is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Milo is bad because it is Nestlé.

    Glade is bad because it is Johnson and Johnson.

    Activia is bad because it is Dannon.

    Oscar Mayer is bad because it is Kraft.

    SC Johnson is still bad because it is Johnson and Johnson.

    The reason has been:

    Johnson and Johnson did not work for PepsiCo; but they did sign they’re stuff for PepsiCo. During they’re signing stuff for PepsiCo they have not changed. Still it is not good to buy and because it is cause they have not changed, if you do not believe me please Google and see it.

    Abbott is bad.

    Hellman’s is good because it is Unilever.

    Unilever is good.

    Pampa is good because it is Transnational Foods.

    Transnational Foods is good.

    Clear Value is good because it is Topco.

    I believe Topco is good because I did not see it on Gordon Howie’s list.

    Land O’ Lakes is good.

    Clover Valley is good because it is Dolgencorp.

    I believe Dolgencorp is good.

    Equate is good because it is owned by WalMart Stores.

    Libby’s is good because it is NTC Marketing.

    Ginger Evans is good because it is owned by Save-a-lot Stores.

    Wyler’s Light is good because it is The Gel Sert.

    I believe The Gel Sert is good.

    Maizena is good because it is Unilever.

  151. Brian
    March 12, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    Links to the particular Planned Parenthood pages would be helpful and allow Us to make the case to Others with a sense of having done Our homework, so to speak.

  152. Anthony
    March 13, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    You’re right, Brian.

  153. Stewart Maclennan
    March 19, 2013 at 4:40 am

    That’s because its cheaper monetarily for them to perform an abortion than it is to pay for a live birth. Then they can help support the growing organ harvesting industry. All businesses have become completely void of morals and I feel completely at a loss as to what to do. No matter which way you turn you are supporting these wicked people. Rights, Rights, Rights is all they ever spout. What about the right of the unborn to have a chance at living instead of becoming meat for them to feast their greedy blood soaked hands on.

    If you are poor then the intelligentsia believe that you are a curse on the earth and are sapping resources that they want to enjoy. Apparently poor and uneducated people are not worthy of living in their eyes. Who made them God? The thing that really disturbs me is cunning devices they use to manipulate them by offering them free medical care for them while at them same time saying are sure you want to have this baby there are other options? If you want help then we can’t let you have this baby. I am sure that this is a daily scenario with charities in Africa who work to help in war torn countries. They offer help but with strings attached. So merciful and kind they appear.

  154. Lisa
    March 21, 2013 at 5:51 am

    Can someone please tell me WHY Planned Parenthood needs this much money? They get millions from our government and the people who use their services pay at least a portion of the cost. How could they possibly need all this money for STD’s, birth control, and abortion? Where is this money going?

  155. Anthony
    March 22, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    The money goes To huge salaries, for one.

    How much more
    Dirt has to be revealed before they shut them down…
    Or at least not be affiliated with them. ???

    We must fast and pray !

    GOD BLESS YOU ALL .

  156. Anthony
    March 23, 2013 at 4:33 pm

    Source: Life Decisions international – D.C

    http://www.fightplannedparenthood.org
    Winter : 2013 revised boycott list :

    Arthur Murray is bad.

    Bayer is bad.

    NIKE is bad.

    Safilo/Blue Bay is bad.

    Hilton Hotels are bad.

    Pernod Ricard is bad.

    Nat’l Amusements is bad.

    Marriott Hotels are bad.

    Polo Ralph Lauren is bad.

    Turbo Tax is bad.

    Wyndham Resorts are bad.

    Lost Arrow is bad.

    Kimpton Hotels are bad.

    Cigna is bad.

    Seasons 52 is bad.

    Urban Decay is bad.

    Southwest Air is bad.

    Clif Bar is bad.

    Bahama Breeze is bad.

    Staples Office Sup. are bad.

    Tiffany’s is bad.

    Merck Pharma is bad.

    Symantee is bad.

    Glaxo Smith Kline is bad.

    Longhorn Steakhouses are bad.

    Darden Restaurants are bad.

    JP Morgan Chase is bad.

    Chanel is bad.

    Capital Grille is bad.

    United Health is bad.

    AOL is bad.

    NY Times is bad.

    Starwood Resorts is bad.

    Deustsche Banks are bad.

    Goldman Sachs is bad.

    Hooters is bad.

    Oracle Software is bad.

    Bikram’s Yoga is bad.

    CBS TV is bad.

    Chevron is bad.

    Levi Strauss/Dockers is bad.

    Time Warner/CNN is bad.

    Red Lobster is bad.

    Olive Garden is bad.

    Melissa Gates

    Estee Lauder is bad.

    Christian Dior is bad.

    Diane Von Furstenberg is bad.

    ABC TV is bad.

    Hamilton Beach/Proctor Six is bad.

    Intuit Restaurants are bad.

    UBS Fincancial is bad.

    Wells Fargo is bad.

    Whole Foods is bad.

  157. Anthony
    March 23, 2013 at 4:40 pm

    Is it true that microsoft Bill Gates gives to pro-life while his wife Melissa
    Gives to and promotes Planned Parenthood ?

    Also the man who used to own Oracle was very pro-life …

    Am I correct ?

  158. Anthony
    March 23, 2013 at 6:01 pm

    I missed some to Boycott “diehards” FROM LDI WINTER2013 list

    BANK OF AMERICA
    Disney/ ABC TV
    Texaco
    DANONE- Evian (Dannon)
    EBAY/Pay-Pal
    GannetT / USA TODAY
    GOLDMAN SACHS
    HEARST PUBLISHING
    JOHNSON AND JOHNSON
    KIMPTON HOTELS
    Marriott hotels
    Merck (Phamaceuticals)

    Midas Auto Repair

    Seasons 52
    Select comfort

    Symantec
    TD BANK

    TIME WARNER/CNN
    UBS FINANCIAL

    UNITED HEALTH

    Natl’ Amusements

    ( excuse repetitions)

  159. Jan
    March 29, 2013 at 10:24 am

    What does SBC stand for?

  160. Anthony
    April 3, 2013 at 9:22 pm

    Ensure is bad because it is Abbott.

    Kraft BBQ is bad.

    Nestlé Carnation is bad.

    Jet-Puffed (marshmallow ) is bad because it is Kraft.

    Stove Top is bad because it is Kraft.

    Kraft Singles are bad.

    Dannon Greek Yogurt is bad.

    Philadelphia Cream Cheese is bad because it is Kraft.

    Cool Whip, the brand name, is bad because it is Kraft.

    Velveeta is bad because it is Kraft.

    Jell-o, (the brand name), is bad because it is Kraft.

    Knorr is good because it is Unilever.

    Hunt’s is good because it is ConAgra.

    Snack Pack (not Winn-Dixie’s brand; Winn-Dixie’s brand is also good) is good because it is ConAgra.

    More planned parenthood and pro-life companies and brands will come soon on a different list.
    ——
    The list I will do tomorrow will include pro-life and planned parenthood companies and brands that are good and bad. Many planned parenthood companies on the list (and their brands); many planned parenthood companies like Nestlé, Kraft Foods, Johnson and Johnson, Quaker, PepsiCo, Ben and Jerry’s, Nabisco, Arthur Murray, Coca-Cola, Disney (new / not second hand products), ABC TV, Bank of America, Abbott, TD Bank and many more planned parenthood companies and brands will be on the list.

    Other pro-life companies and brands like Unilever, ConAgra Foods, Winn-Dixie, Global Brands, Yoplait, Topco and many more will be on the list; before I attempt to you this comment will be posted soon, my mother has to read it first and so that it what I will attempt.

    Pray the Rosary everyday! It’ll save babies from being killed and murdered by planned parenthood people; all you pro-life people must Pray the Rosary for peace in the world and helping babies from being killed.

    Thank you.

  161. Anthony
    April 4, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    The planned parenthood companies:

    Abbott
    Adobe Flash
    Alcoa
    Allstate Giving Companies
    ALZA Corporation
    AMD- Advanced Micro Devices
    America’s Charities- Employee Giving Program
    American Express Corporation
    Ameriprise Financial
    Amgen Corporation
    Amica Companies
    AOL
    Aon Corporations
    Arthur Murray Dance Classes
    Aspect Global Giving Program
    AT&T (they changed afterwards)
    Autodesk Inc.
    Avon Products
    Bahama Breeze
    Bakar Foundation
    Bayer
    Bikram
    Other planned parenthood companies also…
    Kraft Foods Inc.
    Nestlé
    PepsiCo
    Johnson and Johnson
    Ben and Jerry’s
    Coca-Cola
    Quaker
    Disney (not back hand products)
    ABC TV
    Hilton Hotels
    Staples Stores
    Del Monte

    Planned Parenthood Foods:

    Raisinets (the brand name)
    100 Grand
    Nestlé Crunch
    Nestlé Drumsticks Ice Creams
    Kool Aid
    Jell-o (the brand name)
    Aunt Jemima
    Meow Mix
    Honey Maid
    Nutter Butter
    Planters
    Oreo Cookies
    Ritz Crackers
    Quaker Life Cereals
    Quaker Oats
    Quaker Cap’n Crunch Cereals
    Nesquik
    Coffee-mate
    Sprite
    Fanta
    Dasani Waters
    Aquafina Waters
    Mountain Dew
    Crush Sodas
    Sierra Mist Sodas

    Pro-life Companies:

    ConAgra Foods
    Unilever
    Many more pro-life companies will come soon.

    Pro-life Foods:

    Chef Boyardee
    More pro-life foods will come soon.

  162. Gordon Howie
    April 5, 2013 at 7:43 am

    Anthony,
    What is the source of your information on companies that support planned parenthood?

  163. Anthony
    April 6, 2013 at 6:39 pm

    LDI Recent list posted in Our Church Bulletin:

    Blog Above:

    Anthony
    March 23, 2013 at 4:33 pm
    Source: Life Decisions international – D.C

    http://www.fightplannedparenthood.org
    Winter : 2013 revised boycott list

    ( for my two March 23 blog entries)

    Also: Planned Parenthood themselves/ their sites and
    Anyone affiliated with Senomyx who procures
    And uses fetuses in their food processing.

    See: Children of GOD + Pepsi + Senomyx
    Children of GOD IS An organization
    Out of Florida that did research but dropped
    The ball when Pepsi “converted” and apologized.

    We will still boycott Pepsi and Lays due
    To their track record. Pepsi still contracts with
    Senomyx.

    There is one more source I use. I will publish a link
    Later when I find it.

    Thank you for all you do. We are looking forward to
    Your list. I have tried to find the individual products
    That may be overlooked because of the small print.

  164. Anthony
    April 6, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    Also helpful:

    Google searches for Lays
    Nestlé
    Cadbury Ada ( not Cadbury)

    + Senomyx +
    Children of GOD ( they are accessible by email)

    This is a google search :

  165. Bonnie
    April 6, 2013 at 7:09 pm
  166. Bonnie
    April 6, 2013 at 7:58 pm

    More info: you don’t have to publish it – but SENOMYX
    MUST BE EXPOSED – NOBODY IS DOING THAT ?!?

    —- 
    Unlike other companies that claimed they had no relationship with Senomyx, Campbell Soup had credibility.  When they were contacted by US Mail letters prior
    to our press release, Campbell Soup noted that “the trust we have cultivated and developed over the years with our consumers is not worth compromising to cut costs
    or increase profit margins.”
     
    Campbell Soup took your concerns to heart and listened.  If you choose to write to Campbell Soup, please thank them for their decision.  Mmmm good!

    Dishonest: PepsiCo
    From: noreply@pepsi.com
    Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 4:00 PM
    Subject: A Message from PepsiCo Consumer Relations 012652620A
    “Thank you for contacting us to share your sincere concerns. Please know that we take very seriously the issues you raised. PepsiCo has a strong set of defined values
    we strive to live up to. Unfortunately, there is some misinformation being circulated related to research techniques that have been used for decades by universities,
    hospitals, government agencies, and private companies around the world. These claims are meant to suggest that human fetal tissue is somehow used in our research.
    That is both inaccurate and something we would never do or even consider.
    It also is inaccurate to suggest that tissue or cells somehow are being used as product ingredients. That’s dangerous, unethical and against the law. Every ingredient in
    every one of our products is reviewed and approved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
    We hope this information is helpful and reassuring. Thank you again for reaching out to us and allowing us to clarify the situation.”
    Margaret Corsi
    Consumer Relations Representative
    How To Respond To PepsiCo:
    Dear Ms. Corsi,

    Thank you for responding to my letter.

    I did not say that PepsiCo was using human fetal tissue in their products nor have I heard of anyone suggesting that. It appears that Pepsi is spreading misinformation
    in this regard. However, PepsiCo is funding research and development of artificial flavor enhancers to be used in your beverages that are made by Senomyx – and they
    are using aborted fetal cell line HEK-293 in that R&D.

    It seems that PepsiCo is trying to obfuscate the facts here by insinuating you are not guilty by association, when according to Senomyx, you are a partner, a collaborator
    and a financial backer. Which is it?

    Clearly, you do have a marketing problem – Senomyx is specifically implicating your company on their website ( http://senomyx.com/collaborations/partnerships.htm )
    and this is a problem for me, and I suspect millions of other consumers who have joined or are planning to join the boycott.

    UPDATE:  April 5 – When one person sent the above suggested letter back to Pepsico in response to theirs, here is what Pepsi wrote:

    “Dear XXXXX,

    Thank you for your additional reply and for sharing your sincere feelings regarding this topic. Please know that I will forward your sentiments to our senior
     management team to be sure that they fully understand your position.”

    Regards,

    Pepsi Consumer Relations
    —————————
    That’s good news if they start listening….keep those letters coming!

     

    False: Solae 
    TO: Children of God for Life FROM: Solae, LLC

    RE: Senomyx

    “This letter is to inform you that Solae does not currently have an active relationship with Senomyx nor do we have any plans for one in the future at this time.

    Our recent recognition by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the “World’s Most Ethical” companies for the second year in a row signifies how seriously we take
    ethical business practices both at Solae and with our collaborative partners. While we cannot speak to what Senomyx may or may not be doing to test food flavor
    enhancers, we can confirm that we are not involved in this for our products.

    We live by four core values at Solae which include ethical behavior, respect for people, safety and health and environmental stewardship. We take all of these
    very seriously, and expect the same out of our innovation partners.

    At Solae, we provide quality, nutritious soy-based ingredients for food and beverage companies to create healthy, great-tasting products.”

    Jennifer Starkey Solae, LLC Media Relations Specialist
    jstarkey@solae.com 314-659-3145 direct

    How To Respond to Solae:

    Thank you for taking the time to write to us regarding your affiliation with Senomyx.  Please see their website at
    http://senomyx.com/collaborations/ – where they list Solae as a “collaborator”. They also list you under their partnerships -
    http://senomyx.com/collaborations/partnerships.htm

    I am very concerned that Senomyx would misrepresent itself to investors and the public in general, especially if it means harm in any way to your
    company name.  You may want to contact their management to get this resolved with them.

    (Note: While Campbell Soup was able to have their name removed immediately from Senomyx website, Solae is still listed as of April 5, leading us to
    believe they were either misinformed or not being honest in their response to the public.)

     

    Misleading: Senomyx
    “This information you referenced is NOT correct. It would be illegal and unethical to use human cells of any kind in food products. I hope this is helpful for you.
    We appreciate your concern.”

    Sincerely,

    Gwen Gwen Rosenberg Vice President,
    Investor Relations & Corporate Communications Senomyx,Inc.

    How To Respond to Senomyx

    I did not say that Senomyx was using human fetal cells IN your products nor have I heard of anyone suggesting that.  However, you are using HEK-293
    (human embryonic kidney) cells in the discovery and development of your artificial flavor enhancers.  I understand the technology which is clearly shown in your
    patents filed with the US government.  There is nothing illegal in what you are doing, but it is most certainly immoral and unnecessary.
    Please reconsider your product development and use moral sources for testing your flavor enhancers. 
     

    Series of correspondence – False/Recant: Nestle
    “Dear sir
    Thanks for your email re Nestle and Senomyx. You are misinformed. Senomyx is not a supplier to Nestle. The media isn’t the gospel. It’s
    just the media.”
    Roddy Child-Villiers, Nestlé
     
    Consumer Responds:
    Roddy,
    They didn’t say that Senomyx is a “supplier” to Nestle (which is how you phrased it). They’ve stated that Synomex does TESTING for Nestle.
    Are you denying that Nestle has any current involvement with Senomyx? Are you also denying that Nestle has, at least until recently, had
    involvement with Senomyx?
    ———————-
     
    Nestle Responds:
    “Sir,
    Again you are mistaken. I am sorry that you chose to believe your anonymous organization over Nestle. We do not have a relationship with
    Senomyx/synomex. If they were doing testing for us, they would be a supplier of services to us. Since I evidently have no credibility with you,
    I have nothing further to say.”
    Roddy Child-Villiers, Nestlé 
    ———————-
    Consumer Responds
    Dear Roddy,
    Please view the letter from Nestle available at this URL: http://www.cogforlife.org/nestle3.pdf    There, you will see a letter from Nestle
    acknowledging the relationship between Nestle and Synomex.
    What is your response to this?
     
    Nestle Responds:
    “Apologies, I work on the basis that when I source info from colleagues it is correct/true. I am livid that this apparently isn’t.
    As I said, I’ll revert tomorrow.”
    Roddy Child-Villiers, Nestlé
     
     

    Doesn’t Get It: Kraft/Cadbury Adams LLC (chewing gum, cough drops, etc – not chocolate eggs which are made by Hersheys)
     
    “Thank you for taking the time to contact Kraft Foods. I understand and appreciate your concerns regarding Kraft and its affiliation with Senomyx. Our highest priority
    is the safety and quality of our products and the safety of our consumers. All of the flavors we use are approved and deemed safe for food use by regulatory agencies,
    including the FDA. Our collaboration with Senomyx is to discover novel ingredients that positively impact food flavors, similar to what already is being widely used in
    foods and beverages today.”
    Kim McMiller
    Associate Director, Consumer Relations

  167. Bonnie
    April 6, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Also as a registered dietitian – it is important to
    Note that the GRAS LIST – are those items “generally
    Recognized as safe”… That’s how Senomyx gets
    Away with this. They do not have to report
    On GRAS ingredients.

    Mr Boykas admitted to their guilt- but still
    Is with Senomyx – said they would stop using
    Fetuses… But who can trust anyone who won’t
    Fully break ties with this Nazi organization ever
    Again? They lied to us before!

  168. Bonnie
    April 7, 2013 at 1:27 pm

    Although I
    Don’t agree with everything in here…
    Some pictures are worth a thousand words…

    It is enough for me that Disney REFUSES FOR OVER A DECADE to
    Stop funding abortions ( source:LDI)…to make me & my family to CONTINUE TO BOYCOTT NEW DISNEY PRODUCTS.

    These photos also tell a story though.

    Tim Wildmon of The American Family Association recently rescinded his Boycott saying it lacked bite- and that nine years was enough.

    Then , Consider me Rosa Parks- because I’m
    NOT MOVING
    …. I’m too tired , tired of the Disney Moguls and The Oprah’s and the Glenn Becks and Bill Oriellys …

    SO….Bring
    On the new breed of Disney Starlets,who have chosen to expose Disney for the hell-hole it is at the heart…

    To expose Disney for the Sodom and Gomorrah that it truly has become.

    Here’s Some Photos ( as I stated I don’t agree with all of it but it demands some reflection ):

    http://theconspiracyzone.podcastpeople.com/posts/32979

    Love- Bonnie

    “As for me and my household we will serve The Lord”

    JOSHUA 24:15

    —–

    ————-
    Here is the boycott list put forth this week by Disney’s own Stars and Starlets:

    For all your boycotting delectation. Spread the list!

    The ABC Television Network:
    ABC Entertainment
    ABC Daytime
    ABC News
    ESPN on ABC
    ABC Television
    ABC Kids
    and Touchstone Television.

    Production & Distribution Companies:
    Walt Disney Television
    Walt Disney Television Animation
    BVS entertainment
    ABC Studios
    Walt Disney Television
    Disney-ABC Domestic Television. 

    Cable Networks:
    ESPN
    ESPN2
    ESPN Classic
    ESPNEWS
    ESPN PPV
    ESPN Deportes
    ESPNU
    ESPNHD
    ESPN2 HD
    ESPNEWSHD and ESPNUHD
    Disney Channel HD
    Toon Disney
    SOAPnet
    ABC Family Channel
    A&E Television Networks (42% equity; includes A&E
    the History Channel
    the Biography Channel
    History en español
    Military History Channel
    Crime & Investigation Network
    A&E HD
    The History Channel HD)
    Lifetime Entertainment Services (50% equity; includes Lifetime Television
    Lifetime Movie Network
    Lifetime Real Women).

    International Channels:
    ESPN International
    ESPN America
    ESPN Latin America
    ESPN Asia
    ESPN Classic Sport Europe
    Jetix Europe
    Jetix Latin America
    Jetix Canada
    Jetix Israel
    International Disney Channels
    History International. 

    The ABC Television Network has 226 affiliated stations reaching 99 percent of all U.S. television households. The company owns and operates ten ABC television stations in the nation’s top markets. 

    Programming:
    Good Morning America
    World News with Charles Gibson
    World News Now
    20/20
    Primetime
    This Week With George Stephanopoulos
    Sportscenter/Monday Night Football
    ESPNplus
    Playhouse Disney
    Jetix
    ABC Kids.

    Through its majority ownership stake in Citadel Broadcasting Corporation, Disney owns 277 radio stations in the United States.

    Radio Programming:
    ESPN Radio
    ESPN Deportes Radio
    Radio Disney
    Lifetime Radio for women (50% equity)
    ABC Music Radio
    ABC Radio Networks
    Imus in the Morning
    The Mark Levin Show
    Morning Joe
    The Tom Joyner Show.

    Magazines:
    Family Fun
    ESPN the Magazine
    Jetix Magazine
    Wondertime Magazine
    Bassmaster Magazine and Disney Adventures

    Music:
    Disney Music Group distributes music and motion picture soundtracks under its four labels
    Walt Disney Records
    Hollywood Records
    Buena Vista Records
    Lyric Street Records
    Disney Music Publishing Worldwide.

    Books:
    Hyperion Books
    Hyperion Books for Children
    Disney Press
    Disney Editions
    Disney Adventures
    Disney Fairies
    Disney Digital Books
    Mirimax
    ESPN books
    ABC Daytime Press
    Hyperion East
    Hyperion Audiobooks
    Volo
    Jump at the Sun
    Disney Libri (Italy)
    Disney Hachette JV (France). 

    Marvel Comics. 

    Production and Distribution:
    Walt Disney Pictures 
    Walt Disney Feature Animation
    DisneyToon Studios
    Touchstone Pictures
    Miramax Films
    Pixar Animation Studios
    Hollywood Pictures
    Buena Vista International
    Buena Vista Home Entertainment
    Buena Vista Home Entertainment International
    Disney Theatrical Group
    Marvel Studios
    A&E IndieFilms (42% equity).

    The Walt Disney Internet Group includes:

    Broadband channels ABC News Now and ESPN360.

    Disney’s Blast broadband entertainment for children

    Subscription-Based Internet services
    Playhouse Disney Preschool Time Online for toddlers
    Disney Connection for children
    Disney’s Toontown Online for families

    Web sites:
    ABC.com
    ABCNews.com
    Oscar.com
    Disney.com
    Disneychannel.com
    Family.com
    ESPN.com
    Familyfun.com
    Go.com
    Soccernet.co (60%)
    NFL.com
    Toysmart.com (partial)
    Go Network
    http://www.disneysgamecafe.com
    ESPN.com
    Abcsports.com
    ESPNdeportes.com
    Wondertime.com
    iparenting.com
    celebrityparents.com
    incrediblebabynames.com
    disneyfairies.com
    clubpenguin.com
    Disneyshopping.com (37.5% equity)
    aetv.com
    biography.com
    historychannel.com
    militaryhistory.com
    thehistoryhcannelclub.com
    Historytravel.com

    Parks and Resorts:
    Disneyland (CA)
    Walt Disney World Resort (FL)
    Disneyland Resort Paris
    Hong Kong Disneyland
    Disney Cruise Line
    and DisneyVacation Club
    Euro Disney
    Walt Disney World (separate from Resort)
    Magic Kingdom
    EPCOT
    WD Studio Park
    WD Tokyo
    Sea Disney-MGM Studios
    Disney Animal Kingdom
    ESPNZone

    Consumer Products:
    Disney Hardlines
    Disney Softlines
    Disney Toys
    the Baby Einstein Company
    Muppets Holding Company
    Disney Direct Marketing’s catalog and website (DisneyShopping.com)
    Disney Stores
    Disney Princess
    Disney Interactive Studios
    AETN Consumer products (37.5% equity).

    Disney also owns Mobile ESPN and has launched the cellular service Disney Mobile.

  169. Elizabeth Ortiz
    April 7, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    Subject: List of Disney controversies

    In addition to relentlesly Funding Abortions by giving millions to PP

    Religious welfare groups, such as the Catholic League, have spoken out against the release of material which they and others found offensive, including vehement protests of the Miramax Films features Priest (1994) and Dogma (1999).[1] Disney pushed back the release date for Dogma due to the controversy surrounding the movie, and eventually sold the distribution rights to Lions Gate Films. The ABC show Nothing Sacred, about a Jesuit priest, a book called Growing Up Gay (published by Disney-owned Hyperion Press), the annual Gay and Lesbian Days at Disney theme parks, and similar issues spurred boycotts of Disney and its advertisers by the Catholic League, the Assemblies of God, and other conservative groups.[1][2][3]
    The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) and the American Family Association voted to boycott Disney over opposition to the Disney offering domestic partnership benefits to gay employees and over opposition to the ABC show Ellen, in which Ellen DeGeneres’ character came out as a lesbian; Both boycotts were withdrawn in 2005.[4][5]
    The company has been accused of human rights violations regarding the working conditions in factories that produce their merchandise.[6][7] It has been criticized also by animal welfare groups, for their care of and procedures for wild animals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park,[8] and for using purebred dogs in movies such as101 Dalmatians. Animal rights groups claim movies with purebreds create an artificial demand for purebreds from people who may not be prepared or temperamentally suited for the animals, many of whom end up abandoned or surrendered to shelters or rescue groups.[9]
    An environmental management plan for a zone of Great Guana Cay, in the Abaco Islands, criticized Disney for poor management of a Template:Convert tract of the island. Disney partially developed but then abandoned the place, which was to have been a cruise ship resort called Treasure Island. The report, by the University of Miami and the College of the Bahamas, blames Disney for leaving hazardous materials, electrical transformers, and fuel tanks, and also for introducing invasive alien plants and insects that threaten the natural flora and fauna of the island.[10]
    Sexual innuendo and subliminal messages
    Disney has been accused of having sexual innuendo or references hidden in some of their animated movies, includingThe Lion King, The Little Mermaid,Aladdin, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and Disney’s 1999 original releases of The Rescuers.

    In 1995, a pro-life lobby group, American Life League (ALL), alleged that several Disney films, including The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, and Aladdin contained subliminal messages and sexual imagery.[11][12] The Lion King allegation was later denied by Tom Sito, a Disney animator and a writer for the film, who said that the letters written in the dust were actually “S.F.X”. It was intended to be an easter egg signature from the animation department, and that the controversy that followed was entirely unintentional.[13]

    In Aladdin, protests were raised regarding the scene when Aladdin is attacked by the tiger Rajah on the palace balcony. Aladdin quietly says ”Come on… good kitty, take off and go…” and the word “kitty” is overlapped by another, unidentifiable sound, possibly Rajah’s snarl. Some people reported hearing”Good teenagers, take off your clothes,”[14] which they considered a subliminal reference to promiscuity. Because of the controversy, Disney replaced the phrase with ”Down, kitty” on the DVD release.[15]

    In Who Framed Roger Rabbit a scene drew attention to viewers when Jessica Rabbit revealed what was under her dress in which nothing was drawn. This scene wasn’t noticed until 1994 during the film’s laserdisk release. This caught the attention of the media when news such as CNN that made news articles about the scene.[16]

    In The Little Mermaid, a clergyman is seen with an erection during a wedding scene, specifically the scene in which a brainwashed Prince Eric is about to marry a disguised Sea Witch.[17][18][19] The clergyman is a short man, dressed in Bishop’s clothing, and a small bulge is slightly noticeable in a few of the frames that are actually later shown to be the stubby-legged man’s knees, but the image is small and is very difficult to distinguish. The combined incidents led an Arkansas woman to file suit against The Walt Disney Company in 1995, though she dropped the suit two months later.

  170. Mealane8
    April 10, 2013 at 9:27 pm

    And the sooner the better!

  171. Mealane8
    April 10, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    S. P. Colfer said:
    “Hello All,

    This is not true. I am a Third Degree Knight and I do not recall any funding drives at all for the MOD. Furthermore, when you search the K of C website, you’ll find that one coucil, (the Hoboken, NJ, Coucil #159), donated $100 to the March of Dimes and the St. Joseph’s Home for the Blind. I would hardly call that being a “huge supporter.”

    All the best & God bless,

    Sean C.”
    Well, hey(!) but a KoC member might not be the most believable person in regards to what the K do or do not do.

  172. Mealane8
    April 10, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    Yeah, like only 99.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of PP is aimed at abortion, right?

  173. Mealane8
    April 10, 2013 at 9:31 pm

    Thanks for the comment, I really enjoyed it! Yeah, obviously fetuses are human, what else would they be? Life begins at conception, it is the only clear answer. Thanks again for commenting.
    God bless.

  174. Anthony
    April 13, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Lowe’s Hotels are BAD.

    Ragu is GOOD because it is Unilever.

    Global Brands/Foods are GOOD.

    I could find nothing on Lowe’s Hardware Stores; or the Home Depot. Does anybody know which is best? Please post a reply to my comment and I will find out.

    Thank you and GOD bless you all.

  175. Jen
    May 20, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    Actually, It’s $587 million of our tax dollars that went to Planned Parenthood last year.

  176. Bill
    May 31, 2013 at 3:55 pm

    You make a good point Ted, but there is a difference between choice and obligation. I am obligated to pay my federal income tax and thus have no control over it. I can choose not to buy Pepsi.

  177. June 10, 2013 at 10:32 am

    Hey, the organization 2nd Vote has done a lot of research on these issues and has proof links for all they have found on the score-card on its website. They are tired of the rumors and want clear information available to everyone. There is also an app that you can use that ranks companies on these issues.

  178. June 10, 2013 at 10:37 am

    Lowe’s Hardware donates to the American Diabetes Association which supports embryonic stem cell research. Home Depot is a sponsor of the Atlanta Women’s Foundation, which supports Planned Parenthood. The biggest difference is that Lowe’s does not appear to support the redefinition of marriage while Home Depot is a prominent supporter of gay marriage.

  179. Anonymous
    July 2, 2013 at 9:38 am

    Kohls Department Store also supports Planned Parenthood.

  180. Vlad
    July 9, 2013 at 7:42 pm

    Hi there,
    one the list seems to have missed, McDonald’s support for PP
    http://www.lifenews.com/2012/03/22/new-planned-parenthood-donors-include-gq-bob-evans-hotels/
    AND Maccas also PROMOTE homosexuality (especially in children)
    eg: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBuKuA9nHsw
    quite the ‘family’ restaurant aye..

  181. james
    July 22, 2013 at 11:11 pm

    lets say that today, what if 50 million of the aborted babies had bought a coke, wonder what that would have done to coke’s bottom line??????

  182. Twila Hall
    July 23, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    I am so thankful I am able to pay my tithing and fast offerings and not have to worry about my money being misspent and misused by evil and conspiring men. That little 10% donation and voluntary additional lesser amounts, which I know are used to help people worldwide in times of disaster and calamity helps me to feel good about my efforts as not only an American, but a member of the world wide community. Tithes and offerings are a blessing to the one who pays as well as to the one who receives. Our country and our world would be so very blessed if all churches tithed their members and utilized the sacred monies in the building of the Kingdom of God and bringing Souls unto Christ. There really is no other viable answer to counteract evil in these, the Last Days!

  183. August 18, 2013 at 9:57 am

    I too am a TD Catholic. Novus Ordo Council of Catholic Bishops also supports pp with Church Donations

  184. Texmexkopfs
    August 21, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    If you do not believe that abortion and the pill (which is no more than an abortafaciant) are part of the work of the devil. Think about this God told Abraham he would make his descendent’s as numerous as the stars in the sky and I do not know of any other activity on this earth that prevents this from happening more than abortion and the pill. Not even massive wars.

  185. Crystal
    August 31, 2013 at 12:26 am

    Yoplait is too a BIG supporter. Pink Lids to “Save Lives”.

  186. Phil
    September 18, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    Goodsearch donates to prolife causes but it using Yahoo as a seach engine which donates to Planned Parenthood so where does the money go?

  187. Eric
    September 26, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    The K of C was founded as an insurance company to care for widows and orphans, and that mission has not changed in 132 years. And like it or not, the Knights of Columbus is probably the most powerful corporation that 100% champions the mission of Christ. Every single dollar in every single investment is screened tirelessly to make sure that all investments are morally sound. With $20bil in assets and $90bil of inforce life insurance, we’re not too worried about the money we LOSE by doing what’s right.

  188. BONNIE
    September 29, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    JUST FOUND OUT THAT ALL P & G -
    PROCTOR AND GAMBLE

    ARE NOW SUPPORTING THE NOTORIOUS
    ”PINK BOW” BREAST CANCER ”RESEARCH”’ BY FUNDING ABORTS THROUGH PLANNED PARENTHOOD —
    PLANNED MURDERHOOD IS MORE ACCURATE.

    JESUS RETURNS SOON FOR T
    HIS REMNANT -SO GOOD TO GO THE DISTANCE.

  189. Mike
    October 29, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    Coca Cola? Time to sell my shares of them. Sigh…I was losing money with them since I bought them 2 years ago anyway. And they were supposed to be a safe gamble. Well, now I hope they tank.

    Regarding ebay – I think the whole issue there is that when you list your items you can offer a percentage of your sale to a myriad of charities. Planned Parenthood is one of like a million causes that you can select your percentage to go to when you’re listing your items. I *believe* that is all that there is to that issue and I don’t know if it warrants a boycott. You can also pick Compassion International and all sorts of Christian causes instead when you’re listing your item. And as a buyer you should NEVER buy something when the listing says “x percent of this purchase will go to Planned Parenthood”.

  190. Len
    March 5, 2014 at 7:21 pm

    This is helpful. Thanks! Marriott told me they are not a supporter. They said:
    Thank you for contacting Marriott. We appreciate the opportunity to provide you with information.

    We respect, but do not endorse, the views of groups involved on both sides of this issue. It is Marriott’s general policy not to provide charitable contributions and other support for organizations connected with controversial social or political issues.

    To the best of our knowledge, six years ago one of our franchise hotels provided a gift certificate to be auctioned at a fund raising event. The organization holding the auction was affiliated with Planned Parenthood. As a result of this common business practice Life Decisions International chose to include Marriott International on their watchdog list. We described the nature of this occurrence to Life Decisions International in 2007. Despite communication clarifying the facts, Life Decisions International has chosen to retain us on a list implying ongoing support of Planned Parenthood. This is simply inaccurate.

    Please check out this article: http://eternal-destinations.blogspot.com/2013/11/rachael-mushala-testimony-of-hell.html, especially the section called “Widespread Demonic Pollution in the World.”

    This is a wake up call to all of us.

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