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.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
From Students for Life: Breaking Bad...
November 14, 2013
You in #ABQ!
This Tuesday, voters in Albuquerque, New
Mexico will have a chance to pass a first-in-the-nation citywide ban on
late-term abortions right in the “Late-Term Abortion Capital of
America.” The Students for Life #Stand4Life team will be there, on the
ground, fighting for this life-saving legislation, and we need your
Sign up here to be part of this historic campaign!
You see, if
victorious, we will see abortion banned, 20 weeks and up, from happening
within Albuquerque…forcing out 2 of the last 4 late-term abortionists
in the county to have to find another place to prey off women and kill
babies. Learn more about the ban at: www.protectabqwomenandchildren.com.
Like we did in Austin, TX this summer, pro-life
high school and college students from
around the country will be joining together in Albuquerque November
15th-17th to show the nation that we are the pro-life generation. And
help is desperately needed to make phone calls, knock on doors, visit
churches, distribute flyers, and more. Polling data has shown that the
majority of Americans and the citizens of Albuquerque support banning
abortion at 20 weeks, but pro-lifers will need to have an outstanding
game to secure victory as Planned Parenthood and their allies are
already there spending millions to ensure this ban doesn’t pass.
REGISTER HERE FOR THE TRIP -->
Breaking Bad in Albuquerque By: Kristan Hawkins, SFLA President
There are four late-term abortionists remaining in the United States, and half of them practice
their gruesome profession in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.
there where boyfriends and parents often drag young women, half-way
across the country, to end of the life of their child. On any given day,
see the out-of-state license plates that fill the parking lot and
perfectly detailed rental cars that have just come from the airport.
Mexico is one of the few states left that allows abortion-on-demand up
the moment of birth, it’s there were abortionist Curtis Boyd and his
cronies kill viable babies (babies that if born down the street at the
University of New Mexico’s hospital would be given every chance to
live). They use the infamous MOLD technique (Misoprostol, Oxytocin,
Laminaria, and Digoxin), which injects a lethal dosage of digoxin into
the baby’s heart and then leaves the mother 3 to 4 days to carry her
child inside of her until her body is ready for labor. And if she gives
birth before making it back to the abortion facility? The
“doctors” tell her to just sit on the toilet, call them, and not to look
down. Continue reading
--> Expose Plan B: Part 1
In 2009, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
ruled that the potentially abortion-inducing, morning-after pill “Plan
B” could be sold to anyone age 17 and older, behind a pharmacy counter.
While the birth-control pill remains to be sold by prescription only,
after a doctor’s exam, “Plan B” which is a super dosage of the
birth-control pill was allowed for sale in drug stores across the
nation with no doctor’s exam necessary.
While the mainstream media
won’t talk about it, this August the game was changed in our battle to
protect young girls from the abortion industry when drug stores across
the nation began to adhere to the new FDA ruling… all because of one
And quite honestly, our team was shocked that no one
else in the pro-life movement was speaking out against this outrage.
told us that while they were concerned, no one really cared and trying
to do anything about it would be pointless because the news media
wouldn’t tell our story.