Randy Thomasson’s Observations on Walk for Life West Coast

Posted on Feb 5, 2014 in 2014 Attendance, 2014 Photos, 2014 Walk for Life, Blog

From the Save California blog: The Walk for Life should inspire you to step up and step out It was an impressive sight. Some 60,000 pro-life Californians (and some from out of state) “walked for life” in San Francisco Saturday to bring attention to the plight of little humans in the womb — preborn babies who are scheduled for a torturous abortion death. Yes, I know what you’re thinking. California is a very pro-abortion state because of average...

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Great photos of the Info Faire by TLM Society of SF!

Posted on Jan 28, 2014 in 2014 Additional Events, 2014 Attendance, 2014 Info Faire, 2014 Walk for Life, Blog, Your Photos

The Traditional Latin Mass Society of San Francisco ( http://sanctatrinitasunusdeus.com ) took some great shots of the Info Faire, held before the Walk for Life West Coast. We went through to pick out a few, but they are so much fun, we got carried away! Visit their smugmug site to see more!                   Wow!  ...

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“You can avoid the truth but you can’t avoid the traffic!”

Posted on Jan 27, 2014 in 2014 Attendance, 2014 Walk for Life, Blog, Media Bias, Press Coverage

That was the comment made last year by Walk for Life West Coast co-chair Dolores Meehan in response to complaints by people who were caught unaware in the traffic as a result of the magnitude of the Walk for Life West Coast. We sympathize, of course, with people caught in traffic. But it immediately raises the question: why were they unaware? They were (and are–people had similar problems on Saturday) unaware because San Francisco’s...

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Wow. Jaw-dropping Photo of the Walk

Posted on Jan 26, 2014 in 2014 Attendance, 2014 Photos, 2014 Walk for Life, Blog

This photo, taken by Cori Hemmah, is from one of those tall buildings by the intersection of Van Ness and Market, I guess,  looking East down Market Street. This is from the San Jose Mercury News’ social media website, which has lots of nice photos. You can still see many people leaving the Plaza at lower left while the front of the march is out of sight down Market.

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