Rattle With Us 10th Anniversary

April 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

State Senator Lana Theis (22nd District) will do a presentation on the current and important issue of Michigan’s no-fault reform. The Senator will help provide information on the costs associated with car insurance and why it’s a legislative focus in both the Senate and the House.

See the first bill introduced by the MI Senate!

Get information and answers to your questions on why Michigan’s rates are so high! The window to express ACTION comments to your state House and Senate legislator is quickly closing. The committee hearings are happening now!

We will also be celebrating the 10th Birthday of the TEA Party!

Though many focused on destroying, lying, and misleading the public on the intentions and motivations behind the movement, the TEA Party has accomplished some great things. It truly was a movement of the people or should we say the “taxpayers.” Come enjoy a quick trip down memory lane (complete with a piece of birthday cake) with those who traveled that 2009/10 road. Let’s discuss restarting the drive!

See you, Monday, April 15th from 7:00 – 8:30 PM at the Plymouth Cultural Center, 525 Farmer Street, Plymouth, MI 48170. It’s time for TEA don’t you think?

Plymouth Cultural Center

525 Farmer Street
Plymouth, Michigan 48170 United States
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Nationwide Candlelight Vigil at Planned Parenthood

April 13, 2019 @ 7:00 pm 8:00 pm

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Locations for the April 13 Nationwide Candlelight Vigil at Planned Parenthood:

April 13, a Nationwide Candlelight Vigil will be held in observance of the 4th annual National Day of Prayer and Protest Against Planned Parenthood. Vigils will be held outside Planned Parenthood facilities throughout the country.
So far, 125 vigils have been scheduled in 34 states.


Planned Parenthood – Livonia Health Center
15707 Farmington Rd, Livonia, MI 48154 (Map & Directions)
Time: 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 13
Note: Guest speaker: Pastor Jeff Noble.

Public parking is available on the SE side of Farmington Road and Five Mile Road where the Livonia City buildings are located. It is a short walk to the Planned Parenthood facility located on the northwest side of Farmington Road.
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On Saturday April 13- we will be participating in the National Day of Prayer and Protest Against Planned Parenthood and the Livonia site will be one among hundreds.

We will be at 15707 Farmington Rd In Livonia, MI from 7-8 PM, for our prayer rally. Pastor Jeff Noble will lead us in a pro-life sermon. We encourage you to put this on your social media and join us in ending this scourge in Livonia. If you have a priest or pastor who would like to say a few words, please have them get in touch with me at lynnsPL81@aol.com.

Parking is available at SE corner 5 Mile and Farmington Rd, just about a quarter mile from the site IF the Livonia Police Dept. decides to block off the neighborhoods. (This is Livonia City property and we all have access to it.)

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April 13
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Pro-life Michigan

Livonia Senior Center

15218 Farmington Road
Livonia, MI 48152 United States
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Melania’s birthday

First Lady Melania Trump’s Birthday is April 26th

Let’s make her birthday extra special by “sending” her a birthday card.



Sign Melania’s card today to wish her a Happy Birthday!



How is it that our BEAUTIFUL First Lady is not on the cover of EVERY magazine?  Check out these wonderful photos of her.


A look back:

Melania Trump’s Birthday: A Look at Her Most Fashionable Outings

Lifestyle | Associated Press | April 26, 2018, 8:50 am

On Melania Trump’s birthday, Here are her best fashion outings. Take a look at the pictures!


47 photos on Melania Trump’s 47th birthday

As a model and wife of President Donald Trump, Melania Trump has been in the spotlight for much of the past two decades. As the first lady turns 47 on Wednesday, POLITICO takes a look at her changing looks and level of influence through the years.

By Kristen East 04/26/2017 03:30 PM EDT




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Another Unplanned Movie Review

I was very happy to be able to join the Wayne 11th showing of the movie “Unplanned.”  As always, it was great to be around so many wonderful Republicans, and to support a great cause.

I am glad I saw the movie, and I highly recommend it, BUT it was very surprising to me.  My jaw was lowered and my hands were covering my mouth and my eyes quite often.

I was told I looked like I had seen a ghost after the movie.  I was most certainly in some level of shock most of the time while in the theater.

The story was very REAL.  It showed A LOT.


Unplanned: Another Movie Review

The movie ‘Unplanned’ confronts the audience with a side of abortion that Hollywood very seldom tells. We are able to see the heartbreaking dynamics that go on behind the scenes of planned parenthood, and we see these aspects in a very realistic way. From the physical trauma to the emotional trauma, this film does not censor any such hardship. Throughout the movie, we are able to witness the heartache that Mrs. Johnson felt throughout her complex journey towards becoming a pro-life advocate. Regardless of your stance on abortion, this is a story that all advocates on both sides should seek out to understand. It is important to recognize each side of an argument, and ‘Unplanned’ provides a unique lens for us to observe in the film.
Written by Chase Turner. Posted with permission.

The Abortion Debate: It All Hinges on One Question

I’m an outdoorsman. I enjoy hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, canoeing, and many other outdoor activities. My wife and children also enjoy the outdoors, and often accompany me on these activities. (I’m going somewhere with this. I promise.)

Let’s imagine a situation in which I’m out in the woods with my family. My nine-year-old daughter says from behind me, “Dad, do you mind if I kill this?” How should I answer?


Unplanned: A Movie Review

Unplanned: What she saw changed everything.

“Unplanned”, a movie based closely on the book of the same name by Abby Johnson, is an incredible autobiographical story of the youngest director of a Planned Parenthood clinic who incredibly worked there for over 8 years before she witnessed an ultrasound guided abortion and her life changed. Set in Texas, we witness the life changing moment in detail which I believe was essential to the story to create a full understanding of what Abby experienced. Without giving away too much, I feel the director of the movie set the audience up to experience it much as Abby did, with a certain coldness and no connection of feeling to the characters involved. Even without emotional investment in the baby being aborted or the mother of this baby, you feel the horror and sadness of abortion.

That moment…was the hardest part.

The most unexpected thing in the film for a person like me, who was unfamiliar with the book, was the past of Abby before she worked at Planned Parenthood and what ultimately caused her to be such a rising star there. We watch in incredible wonder how someone can come to the way of thinking Abby had and truly feel for her. The story does make you understand why she felt there was an importance of her job, how she did her work and why, and never makes you hate the women and girls who went into the doors for abortions, aside from possibly one. For that I would say it doesn’t fully dive into a complete “pro-life” argument and although I think ultimately you get there along with Abby, it is a balanced view on both sides of the fence. This sentiment was mirrored by some of the young pro-choice visitors who were happy to see “both sides” of the issue and admitted it was thought provoking and changed their views on many parts of this complicated issue.

Abby’s story may not change everyone’s mind about abortion needing to be banned completely, but it will definitely create pause for those who support Planned Parenthood. I also think it will change minds in how we conduct abortions, if we should continue to allow them at all. This movie was very well made for the budget and had heart-wrenching and heart-warming moments. Definitely not for anyone under the age of 15, the scenes are raw and graphic without being gory. This story is really something all young adults should watch to gain an understanding of what living with an abortion does to a person’s life and heart. The take-away in this is that Abby, in burying her own past, had to convince herself that abortion was a good thing (hence her passion for her job at Planned Parenthood) even while deep down knowing, as we all truly do, that it is wrong. And in the end forgiving herself for her own actions, caused by a pain she couldn’t even acknowledge. Deep. Must-see.

Written by Laura Roush. Posted with permission.