Were there to be no support in the whole history of ethical and moral thought, were there no acknowledged confirmation from medical science, were the history of legal opinion to the contrary, we would still have to conclude on the basis of God's Holy Word that the unborn child is a person in the sight of God. He is protected by the sanctity of life graciously given to each individual by the Creator, Who alone places His image upon man and grants them any right to life which they have.
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
ALL Pro-Life Today: Planned Parenthood's Long-Standing War on God
Monday, April 25, 2011
Planned Parenthood's Long-Standing War on God
History has shown that Planned Parenthood holds religion and a belief in God with much disdain. With the release of a recent study regarding the use of contraceptives, this organization attempts to make it seem like it is OK that people with strong religious beliefs have no problems using contraception-and do so regularly. Judie Brown will help us see the fallacy behind this and reiterates the reasons why taxpayer funding cannot continue for Planned Parenthood.
If you know of someone who could benefit from receiving Pro-Life Today, we ask that you please forward this message and ask them to subscribe. American Life League works hard on a daily basis to provide relevant news, which is made possible by your donations.
National Review As the 2012 budget battles began, Clare Coleman, CEO of the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, took to the pages of the Washington Post. In a piece called "Five Myths about Planned Parenthood," she argued that defunding the organization was an ignoble goal for members of Congress looking to cut the bloated federal budget. In presenting Planned Parenthood as mainly focused on prevention, Ms. Coleman neglects to mention several statistics, gleaned from the organization's own annual reports and fact sheets, that illustrate its heavy (and increasing) involvement in abortion, as well as its practices that routinely place women's health and safety secondary to its own bottom line.
Most of the legal challenges to Obamacare, the president's signature legislation that allows the federal government to take over health-care decision-making, focus on the "unconstitutional individual mandate" that defines sitting in one's living room as "interstate commerce" and demands the purchase of government-approved health insurance. However, there's a new round of alarms developing over what critics have described as the ultimate "death panel," concerns that have been raised because Barack Obama himself suggested giving an already-unaccountable board more authority.