Archive for January, 2011
January 26, 2011
Circumventing the courts to topple Roe
The 2009 and 2010 Marches For Life, though massively attended, were conducted in a perceptible air of grim determination and defiance. This year’s event had all the air of a boisterous rally for the future.
The overwhelming pro-life victories in November made all of the difference. America is saying “no” to NARAL, shredding Emily’s List and recognizing NOW as a thing of the past. The Year Of The Pro-Life Woman is setting the vision for the future.
The speakers’ platform set the mood with numerous members of the new pro-life House outlining legislation to 1) repair the damage done over the last two years, and 2) lay the groundwork for ending abortion in America. Not by challenging Roe v Wade in the courts. By circumventing the courts
January 20, 2011
NARAL’s “Choice” blog fest underscores their fear of the ugly word abortion
The pro-abortion lobby group NARAL Pro-Choice is celebrating the anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision with a Blog for Choice Day 2011. Pretty much the same old from these heartless people, especially the use of the euphemism “choice”.
Well this distasteful honoring of an unconstitutional court decision which has resulted in the killing of 50 million American girls and boys, by some of the most barbaric methods imaginable, is not going unchallenged this year. The pro-life community is responding with Ask Them What They Mean When They Say “Choice” Blog Day.
Simplicity itself, this question hits pro-abortion activists where it hurts their cause the most. The truth about that “choice”.
January 14, 2011
America’s young are rejecting the inhumanity of abortion
The annual March For Life, commemorating the sorrowful anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision, will take place in Washington DC on Monday, January 24.
The number of participants has been steadily increasing, with an estimated 300,000 gathered last year. People of all races, religions, ages, and walks of life.
Especially notable among the faces seen are the increasing number of participants in their early 20s and younger. Though the majority of high school and college students likely consider themselves “liberal”, most who have a position on abortion assert themselves as pro-life.
Peace, poverty and the environment might well be among the concerns for America’s young, but they are clearly rejecting the inhumanity of abortion.
Category: Overcoming Abortion In America
January 4, 2011
Any government healthcare program is based on rationing
America’s first Club Med president is temporarily back in Washington. Barack Obama’s New Year’s greetings to America’s elderly, however, is anything but happy.
The End of Life Counseling program, aka the “Death Panels” provision which public outrage drove out of the president’s healthcare legislation, was surreptitiously slipped into law as a Medicare rule effective January 1.
This mandate was issued by Dr Donald Berwick, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and a controversial proponent of increasing “end of life options”.
In going to such lengths to initiate EOLC, the president is proving the point he steadfastly denied throughout the healthcare debate. A point we have often made.
No government controlled healthcare program can function without rationing of treatment in order to control costs.