From the press release for a proposed prolife center, which would be built from privately raised funds (unlike taxpayer funded abortion mills):
Wichita, Kansas will become the home of the National Pro Life Memorial and International Life Center. A large tract of land has been secured at 37th. St. North and North Meridian in Wichita, Kansas to construct the center. An international fund raising effort has been launched. The facility will be operated as a tax exempt 501C3 entity.
Among other things, the Memorial will consist of the National Pro Life Monument entitled "Not Forgotten." An exact replica of the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, and memorial gardens are included as a place of healing for women and families. Additionally, sixty crosses will be strategically placed on the grounds to memorialize the sixty million babies aborted since Roe v. Wade.
The International Life Center facility will include among its activities a 24 hour a day International Pro Life prayer center. An international crisis pregnant hotline and clearinghouse will offer counseling and referral services for women to pro life services in their local communities. Family counseling and job counseling services will also be available.
The International Pro Life Institute will be housed at the center. The International Pro Life Institute's focus will be preserving, promoting and protecting the unborn and families against the international Holocaust being promoted by governments and individuals (including the United States) against the unborn.
The shrieking harpies at Unreality are moaning about how this effort will take food out of the mouths of hungry kids (like they give a shit about hungry kids, ever, except to destroy them before birth) and how this proposed center will taint the memory of their beloved Tiller the Killer. If they're so concerned about memorializing him, why not raise funds to build a Tiller center, complete with crematorium and toilets to squat on and push those dead babies into-maybe a LaQuinta on site for visitors to stay in, so they can experience some of Tiller's famed quality care? (laminaria optional). Doesn't that sound like a vacation destination for the whole family?