Refuting the culture of death as in abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, suicide & doctor-assisted suicide, Abortifacients, cloning & embryonic stem cell research, and the killing of excess babies, as in in-vitro-fertilization (selective reduction).
In today’s humanistic culture, individuals are tinkering with ethical boundaries in science, namely genetics, pushing research and experimentation to the limit. In 1973, the monumental court case, Roe v. Wade, altered the bioethical playing field in the
by Terry Beatley
First published in the Washington Times
Why legislators cannot alter the value system by which America must govern
The word “precedent” was used many times during Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing, but it was Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s questions that recalled William Blackstone’s iconic work, “The Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.” Blackstone affirmed the parallel equality of the “laws of nature” (the moral law governing nature and inscribed on the heart of man) to the “law of God,” the revelation of that law in the Scripture. Sen. Feinstein pressed Judge Gorsuch to agree that Roe v. Wade of 1973 which decriminalized abortion was not only a precedent but something now called a “super-precedent.” She insinuated it was solidly supreme.
CARMEL, IN – After school administrators at Carmel High School censored and discarded a previously approved adoption poster display created by Carmel Teens for Life, the pro-life student club members hang their newly-created sign today on the cafeteria wall. The new poster will hang for 10 consecutive school days.
Last fall, student members of Carmel Teens for Life, represented by Liberty Counsel, spent over 25 hours painting a poster display which included 300 individual tiny hearts, each representing 10 lives, to symbolize the written statement “3,000 Lives Are Ended Each Day.” When one student complained to an administrator that it was “offensive,” school officials threw the poster away without consulting with the pro-life club’s leadership. School officials later claimed the multi-part poster impermissibly expressed an “ideology” and was “not approved for display.” The poster was, in fact, approved for display, as evidenced by approval stamps on each of its component pages, and it complied with school signage guidelines to the letter.
Tim Wildmon | AFA Life is precious.
At AFA sanctity of life is a big deal. That's why I wanted you to see this video of a 16 year old high school student named Autumn. She is responding to a Teen Vogue article recently published entitled "What to Get a Friend Post-Abortion." Autumn's rebuttal of the article is both inspiring and indicative of the future of the pro-life movement. The video is less than ten minutes so sit back and take a look at the face of the generation that will take down abortion giants like Planned Parenthood.
This article and video is from Students for Life
Teen Vogue recently ran a story on supposedly great ideas for a friend who just had an abortion. In reality, there were no good ideas, only ridiculous suggestions that were overtly political (an F-U-terus pin and a coloring book of liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg). SFLA did our own slideshow in response, which contained actual helpful advice, no politics involved. Then Autumn came along. She had something to say about that Teen Vogue story.
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“You saw me and You covered me in my mother’s womb; I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” (Psalm 139:13 -16)
“Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you; before you were born, I set you apart.” (Jeremiah 1:5)
“You shall not let any of your seed pass through the fire to Molech, neither shall you profane the name of the Lord your God." (Leviticus 18:21)
“We are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness … and that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men.” (The Declaration of Independence)
Claire Chretien | LifeSiteNews
THIS IS AN EXCERPT : February 10 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Many pro-lifers are familiar with the conversion story of former abortionist and NARAL founder Dr. Bernard Nathanson, but fewer know the full story of how he convinced Americans to embrace abortion.
One woman is on a mission to change that because of a promise she made to Nathanson when he was dying of cancer.
That woman is Terry Beatley, the founder and president of the Hosea Initiative. She got her start in pro-life ministry doing outreach to minority communities, educating them about Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s racist, pro-eugenics agenda.
Laus Deo! A New Wind of Hope and Change“Make no mistake.
Abortion-on-demand is not a right granted by the Constitution. (Roe v. Wade was) an act of ‘raw judicial power’ (and) has become a continuing prod to the conscience of the nation. … We cannot survive as a free nation when some men decide that others … should be abandoned to abortion … ”President Ronald Reagan, from “Abortion and the Conscience of a Nation”, 1983“
I hereby proclaim and declare the unalienable personhood of every American, from conception to natural death (and have asked) the Legislative branch … to protect the life of each person before birth. President Ronald Reagan, a Presidential Proclamation, 1988
“If every church in America spoke out against abortion, it would fall like a house of cards.” (Susan)
Have you noticed? There is a new wind of Hope and Change blowing in Washington that is taking many forms, including on the issue of life. It is so refreshing and so encouraging for so many of us.
Dear Virginia Citizen,
It seems like just yesterday the undercover videos released by The Center for Medical Progress showed Planned Parenthood staff discussing how Planned Parenthood affiliates sell the body parts of aborted children and change abortion procedures to ensure the requested organs remain intact. The videos show the crass treatment of human life as resources to be exploited in the abortion industry.
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With the new year here it’s that time of the year where we typically look back and see what happened over the past 12 months.
For the pro-life movement it was definitely one of the most interesting years ever. There were incredible highs and overwhelming defeats.
But no matter what happened in our fight to protect unborn children from the evil of abortion, the pro-life movement had one thing you could count on for the truth each and every day. That’s LifeNews.
Whether it was taking on Hillary Clinton and her pro-abortion supporters, exposing the ways in which the Planned Parenthood abortion business sells the body parts of aborted babies, or rejoicing in their collective defeat on Election Day, LifeNews was with you every step of the way.
The following is a list of our top -10 most-read news stories for 2016:
Linda Harvey, WND.com
The haters of all-things-Christmas, some of whom claim to be “freedom” lovers, are busy again this December trying to legally abort the baby in the manger.
If they could pull this off, it would be the ultimate late-term abortion, since that baby was born 2,000 years ago and lives eternally as the King of Kings.
In St. Bernard, Ohio, a village in greater Cincinnati, the nativity scene displayed in front of city hall is under attack by the spiteful, small-minded Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF), the far-left Wisconsin group that spends its time and money attempting to dilate and extract the baby Jesus from the wombs of community after community.
The Virginia Christian Alliance reported on two protests by Catholics and prolife advocates against both Tim Kaine on the sidewalk of St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church and again at the local Richmond Catholic Diocese to petition Bishop DeLorenzo to follow Canon Law 915 in regards to Virginia Senator and candidate for vice president Tim Kaine.
Both the Richmond Catholic Diocese and St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church have not taken the corrective measures to address Kaine's deliberate and repetive sin in this regard. Perhaps Bishop DeLorenzo and Father Jim Arsenault should take pause to hear Father Lankeit's message in the video below and to turn to the word of God and Canon 915 instead of being "politically correct" in the sight of men and playing nice with a wayward and stubborn politician lusting for power as Kaine is obviously doing.
Father John Lankeit from the Diocese of Phoenix
A Phoenix bishop's plea to voters and politicians: no votes for abortion : Catholics may never legitimately promote or vote for any law that attacks innocent human life,” Bishop Olmsted said, latter adding “being right on all the other issues can never justify a wrong choice on this most serious matter.” (see video below)
Rick Buchanan | Fauquier Free Citizen
It has come to our attention that the major abortion advocate in America, Planned Parenthood, is attempting to establish a student group to “engage in the political process to win elections and pass pro reproductive freedom legislation” in a Richmond area school.
No big deal, right. College clubs are founded all the time by advocacy groups; except this is not being formed on a college campus where young adults are mature enough to decide for themselves what clubs they want to join. Or this must be a private school, with an agenda they want to push, right?
Actually, this “Club” is being formed in a public school. A school funded by taxpayer dollars. A school that, because of federal policy, cannot have prayers or religious teaching of any sort, but they can have a club that advocates abortion.
Washington, DC - Tuesday, September 27, 2016, US Capitol Grounds,
House Triangle, TIME: 2:00 – 2:45 pm.
Biographer, Terry Beatley, joins Congressman Trent Franks and his colleagues on Capitol Hill to proclaim Dr. Bernard Nathanson’s personal parting message to America.
The Hosea Initiative was inspired by a promise Beatley made to the late Dr. Bernard Nathanson, America’s former “Abortion King” who deeply regretted co- founding NARAL and ultimately committed himself to pro-life advocacy.
Beatley’s insight into the pro-abortion policy playbook is unique. Dr. Nathanson’s instructions to Terry were to:
Sanctity of Human Life