Be sure to get your personal avatar when you visit www.virtualmarchforlife.com
And bloggers get the code for a banner.
Virtual March for LifeThis is the coolest in New Media yet. Avatars, google maps, networking, protesting — all at once. Go visit the site (even if you are pro-choice…)
March for Life…
Even If You Can’t Be There
Now you have the opportunity to march online, alongside your fellow pro-lifers – even if you can’t be in Washington. Americans United for Life is proud to host the first Virtual March for Life.
It will only take seconds, sign up, select your own “avatar” and then invite your pro-life friends and family to participate as well. It’s the best way to “be there” even if you can’t be there.
Join the Virtual March for Life. Show your support for life. Make your voice heard.
Thank you (foot)notes:
We were at war.
We are at war.
Tom McMahon did the thinking. I’ll do the linking.
See more of Tom’s outstanding Pearl Harbor Day — WW2 blogging at the jump.
Thank you (foot)notes:
Red State Rant has more on 7 December 1941.
And Follow Tom McMahon on Twitter www.Twitter.com/TomMcMahonNet He’s the best.
Jesse Brown This is a re-post of Your Business Blogger’s(R) first entry on Yoest.com. Merged with CharmaineYoest.com a few months later. Business Blogging continues at www.Yoest.com.
Jesse Brown, 58, passed away some three years ago. He was my friend and business partner. This inaugural post on Labor Day 2005 is to honor his memory and his work.
He was wounded by enemy fire in Vietnam leaving his right arm and hand partially paralyzed. This never slowed him down.
His passion for service helped him become the Veteran’s Affairs Secretary for Bill Clinton.
And yet he helped me, a nobody who worked for a Republican governor.
Jesse is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, not far from my dad. Two warriors to whom I owe so much.
Where does she look for the best people?
Dawn Eden Senior Fellow, Publications and New Media Outreach
Start a blog. Follow on Twitter. You might find a job. An employer might find you.
From an AUL press release,
Author and Blogger Dawn Eden Joins Americans United for Life,
Washington, DC — Dawn Eden has joined Americans United for Life (AUL) as Senior Fellow, Publications and New Media Outreach. Her focus will be on writing and research to promote AUL’s legal expertise through both traditional media and “new media” outlets.
Dr. Charmaine Yoest, AUL President & CEO commented: “I am very pleased Dawn is joining our team. As a best-selling author and award-winning journalist, she brings a strong set of skills to the AUL team. With her dedication to the pro-life cause, Dawn will be a key part of our efforts to protect human life.”
Miss Eden said: “It is my honor to join the team at AUL, America’s oldest national pro-life organization. AUL is known for its unparalleled expertise across the spectrum of life issues and for its demonstrated success in motivating the grassroots. My goal as Senior Fellow is to expand the organization’s publications and media presence in ways that will increase the public’s recognition and support of not only AUL, but the entire pro-life movement.”
Miss Eden is author of The Thrill of the Chaste (2006), a guide for young adults on being counterculturally virtuous. Now in its eighth printing, the book has been translated into Spanish, Polish, and Chinese.
A graduate of New York University, Miss Eden began her career as a music journalist in New York City. In 2004, she was awarded the Associated Press’ top award for her work as a copy editor and headline writer for the New York Post.
In February 2002, she became a pro-life blogger (The Dawn Patrol), and has since contributed articles on politics and culture to the Wall Street Journal and National Review Online. In addition, she has been featured on NBC’s “Today” and on EWTN, and has spoken throughout North America, England, Ireland, Poland, and Australia.