Today is the 96th anniversary of the founding of
Planned Parenthood -- but it's not an occasion to celebrate, says
pro-life activist Jim Sedlak.
Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League, discusses what Planned
Parenthood's 96th birthday means for America.
"They are an organization that is the largest
flooder of sex and sexually transmitted diseases and broken
families and abortion in this country," he says. "It is nothing to
be proud of, and our deepest goal is to make sure that they don't
celebrate their 100th birthday."
Sedlak thinks back to the founding of Planned Parenthood by
Margaret Sanger at a time when it was illegal to even send
contraception or sex information by mail -- "and our children were
protected from this by law and by the churches and by the
"Planned Parenthood over the last 96 years has attacked every
one of these institutions one by one and now has laid our children
bare to its pornographic material and its sexual abuse of kids from
kindergarten right on up through college," Sedlak tells
He adds that Planned Parenthood admits to doing five million
abortions in its own facilities since it first started doing
abortions in 1970, and continues to do 27 percent of the abortions
each year in the United States alone.