Shortly before I left Chicago, I noticed clipboard-carrying representatives from Planned Parenthood on our block, inviting passers-by to answer a few questions. Turns out that over the past few weeks, they have continued to station themselves in our block--and in front of our doors, at times blocking access. It is awkward enough that several bookstore customers asked what was going on. (Although there's a 50-ft bubble zone around their clinics in Chicago, we won't go so far as to seek a similar injunction.)
Since Planned Parenthood's objectives (to say nothing of their activities) are diametrically opposed to ours, I think we need to respond somehow. Naturally, our response should be one that makes a positive contribution and does not simply consist in a creative way of saying, "can you please stay off our our property?" For instance, we could offer the Planned Parenthood reps a free copy of former clinic manager Abby Johnson's book. Or maybe put a 4' X 3' poster of the cover on our front window. Or station a clipboard-carrying volunteer at our door, offering passers-by a printout from Abby's website, with QR codes to follow her Twitter feed.
Any other ideas?