Elaine Hanger, a resident of Chesterfield County and a member on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Christian Alliance responded to an opinion piece by Richmond Time's Dispatch columnist Barton's Hinkle. Barton Hinkle believes there is no need to regulate abortion clinics, where life killing medical procedures are executed and Elaine fires back.
How many realize a small unborn child is life, but if she/he feels no pain it would be ‘OK’ to abort. When does a preborn infant feel pain? In the early 17th century people felt that it had to see the light of day first. Modern gynecology has already dispelled that. Remember when ‘quickening’ (feeling the baby move), or even breathing ‘air’ was the time when viability was thought to happen? The ability to survive on its own changed quickly to viability to survive various life-altering changes in the early 1900’s.
On Tuesday, November 17, 2009, Black Genocide in the 21st Century, the movie, was shown at the Mount Olivert Baptist Church.
Maafa21 was sponsored by the Virginia Christian Alliance and the Council on Biblical Principles to expose a hidden plan to eliminate the African-American population. The movie is stunning and VCA urges all Christians to view the movie and become informed.
"They were stolen from their homes, locked in chains and taken across an ocean.
And for more than 200 years, their blood and sweat would help to build the richest and most powerful nation the world has ever known.
The article below was written in 2001. It has been rejected by major news magazines and news papers throughout
When this article was written it was believed Social Security would be operating in the red by 2016. In March 2010 Social Security began to operate in the red - six years ahead of government predictions.
Increase in Suicidal Thoughts, Substance Use and Other Problems After Abortion
SOURCE: The Elliot Institute
Springfield, IL (May 10, 2010) – A new study has found that women are more likely to experience substance abuse, suicidal thoughts and other problems after abortion, affirming the results of previous studies finding a link between abortion and mental health problems.
The study, published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, examined a nationally representative sample of more than 3,000 women in the United States.
May 31, 2010
Also see Part 1
On Wednesday we looked at Thurgood Marshall’s dissent in Beal v. Doe and Maher v. Roe. In those cases, Justice Marshall wanted to mandate taxpayer funded abortions. Studying the jurisprudence of Justice Marshall is important because he was one of Elena Kagan’s mentors and she described his constitutional interpretation as “a thing of glory” because he thought the role of the court was to “show a special solicitude for the despised and disadvantaged.” While that may be admirable in the abstract, the reality of Justice Marshall’s decisions concerning abortion bears further scrutiny.
A group of Christian leaders from across Virginia is fighting to keep taxpayer dollars out of the hands of Planned Parenthood, the nation's leading abortion provider.
"Today, this African American pastor is declaring war against Planned Parenthood," said Rev. Joe Ellison, vice president of the Council on Biblical Principles. "We're asking pastors to shut them down in their communities. We're asking pastors to pray them out and we're asking Planned Parenthood to leave our children alone."
I’d like to ask you one simple question: What does an Abortionist hate most? The answer might surprise you.
You might guess that what an abortionist hates most is watching the pro-life movement rise up to fight radical pro-abortion legislation- like the battle we’re all fighting right now to keep the federal government from funneling our tax dollars to the abortionist.
Yes, abortionist hates to see pro-life political activism. But that’s not what they hate most.
What happens when a group of Virginia Christians from across denominations and from all ethnicities form an alliance based on core biblical values and enter the public square to push back immorality? The Virginia Christian Alliance's role in the defunding of Planned Parenthood in Virginia hit all major news wires when they held their press conference at the Virginia General Assembly Press Room to announce the presentation of a petition to the Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General to defund Planned Parenthood.
All praises to God, as He had already prepared the table before us. All we needed to do was sense the anointing present and flow with the Holy Spirit. First off, it was a busy day. Nothing at first, and then they started to roll in. One right after another. They tried not to notice us or hear what we were saying as they hurried in to continue along the path of the "grave" decision "they" had chosen. Here comes a couple down the sidewalk, the mother pushing a baby girl in a carriage and the father holding the hand of 3 or 4 year old little boy. They met all the criteria of the "perfect little family". Surely, they were one of the parrishners at the church across the street. Surely, they couldn't or wouldn't (especially with the precious little ones innocently following the "parents" lead) be coming to this place of destruction.
God created us, we human beings, in His Image. You would think we would not want to kill an innocent baby in his mother’s womb, that life is sacred. Yes, that baby will be born with a sinful nature, but he has not done any evil deed deserving death as would one who murderers another.
It is especially disturbing that ‘born again’ Christians are involved in abortions. You would think that the pastors would have made it clear that the child in the womb is fully human and should be protected.
But that is not the case. A great number pastors, maybe a majority, support abortion in varying degrees. And, their denominations have passed resolutions taking a stand in support of abortion.
Does 1st and 2nd Trimester Abortions. Also has Clinics in
According to newspaper, health department and court records accounts:
Started doing abortions 34 years ago. Went in partnership with Robert Bluford, Jr., a Presbyterian Minister in 1975 to acquire clinics in
Quotes By Dr. Fitzhugh:
Sanctity of Human Life