I was interviewed by Christopher Zehnder, who is the editor of Faith and Mission newspapers. Faith is the Bay area lay Catholic newspaper and Mission is a lay Catholic newspaper in the Los Angeles area. (Zehnder works out of a home office in Tehachapi, California, where we are currently campaigning.) The newspapers report on such topics as: social justice, environmental stewardship, politics, pro-life… A Zehnder article, for instance, took George W. Bush’s “pro-life” stance to task. In the article, Judie Brown of the American Life League noted that President Bush believes in abortion in the case of rape, incest, threat to the mother’s life, or fetal deformity. What’s more, during the 2003 recall election in California, the White House endorsed pro-abortion Arnold Schwarzenegger instead of pro-life Tom McClintock… In line with Catholic Church teaching, our stance is abortion is never an option. In the mid-1900s, Ginna Molla, an Italian physician, was told that to have her baby would mean almost certain death for her. She had the baby. Dr. Molla died a couple weeks later. Pope John Paul II canonized her a saint… I told editor Carol Holmes of the Tehachapi News today that not only were we opposed to abortion, we were admantly calling for pro-life people to take to the streets of their town en mass to step up the protest against this “Holocaust.” Note: When the Bush Administration backed Schwarzenegger, as mentioned in the Zehnder article, they were backing a voice for abortion. If someone knows abortion is murder and they get behind a pro-choice candidate, does that person become an accomplice in murder? Likewise if someone knows abortion is murder and they do nothing to try to stop it, do they become complicit in their silence?