Category: Sanctity of Life

Help Us Expose Democrat’s Abortion Extremism

Written by David E. Smith

If you are like me, you’re beyond frustrated hearing abortion cheerleaders in Illinois call pro-life candidates (and activists by extension) “extreme” because of the view that all human life is sacred and should not be gruesomely “terminated” and callously disposed of at will and for convenience sake.

If you are like me, you talk back to the radio, television or computer screen when you hear JB Pritzker claim that abortion is “health care,” or that Darren Bailey is a disqualified leader for pointing out the fact that millions of babies have been destroyed in the name of “choice.”… Continue Reading

Pritzker, “Progressives” and the Partisan Press

Written by David E. Smith

If you have listened to local political “news” coverage recently, you probably heard the establishment media dutifully reporting J.B. Pritzker‘s latest attack on his opponent, State Senator Darren Bailey (R-Xenia), for something he said five years ago. What did Bailey say that was so controversial? He said,

The attempted extermination of the Jews [in] World War II doesn’t even compare on a shadow of the life that has been lost with abortion.

Continue Reading

Democrats Trying Again with Abortion-on-Demand and Gaslighting Until November 8

Newly Minted Challenger Catalina Lauf’s Silence on Abortion Deafening

Written by John Lopez

The Washington, D.C. Democrats are at it again.

After their abortion-on-demand legislation from last September failed twice in the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives decided to double-down and pass, again, abortion-on-demand under the gaslighting guise of “codifying” Roe v. Wade along with a 2nd bill to ensure access to abortion-on-demand.

The House voting grid from July 15, in spite of a couple of changes to the membership of the House as well as the bill number, is identical to the voting grid from last September:

Like last September, all of the Republicans in the House opposed version 2 of the “Women’s Health Protection Act of 2022” (WHPA), and all of the Democrats, with the exception of Congressman Henry Cuellar (D, TX-28) voted for it.… Continue Reading

The ‘Handshake’ Photo Taken Down at a Congressional Hearing

Written by Terence P. Jeffrey

A congressional hearing on Tuesday was suddenly and dramatically interrupted — by the chairwoman conducting it. Her aim: Abort a Republican congressman’s attempt to present the very first photo of a person who is now 22 years old.

The scene was the U.S. House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. The title of the hearing: “Roe Reversal: The Impacts of Taking Away the Constitutional Right to an Abortion.”

Republican U.S. Representative Gary Palmer of Alabama began to ask a question of Dr.Continue Reading

Corporate Social Activism Following Roe’s Reversal

Written by Dr. Richard D. Kocur

The recent reversal of Roe v. Wade, acting like a starter’s pistol at a track meet, has initiated a new round of corporate social activism and virtue-signaling. American companies are racing from the starting blocks to demonstrate their support for aborting would-be future employees and customers. Many businesses pledged to cover or reimburse U.S. employees who need to travel to gain an abortion if access is limited because of specific state laws.… Continue Reading

The Fight Over Abortion Continues

Written by Kristi Shaffer

The U.S. Supreme Court decision of Dodd v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade, is a victory for all who support life. The decision ends federal protection of abortion and sends the subject back to individual states to determine how and if abortion will be allowed in the state. It is estimated that at least 26 states will have strong restrictions or bans on abortion. While it indeed should be celebrated, conservatives should not let our guard down; the war for the pro-life community wages on.… Continue Reading

Saving the Lives of Millions of Children Not Just a ‘Political Victory’

Written by Dr. Everett Piper

Last week the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a number of rulings reaffirming an originalist interpretation of America’s Constitution and its federalist assumptions. Perhaps the most important of these was the decision to rescind Roe v. Wade and return the issue of abortion to the people and their respective states, where it belonged in the first place. This was a tremendous victory for millions of faithful Christians who have fought for decades to see this day.… Continue Reading

Democrats Are Fooling Themselves on the Popularity of Abortion

Written by David Harsanyi

One of the central justifications for the Left’s proposed court-packing scheme is to claim that the reversal of Roe v. Wade is so radically out of step with the American public that it is an undemocratic, minoritarian power grab. Not only is the argument based on the unconstitutional notion that justices should weigh the vagaries of public opinion before ruling but it also relies on the irreconcilable claim that empowering the public to vote on an issue unmentioned in the U.S.… Continue Reading

Eyes on the White House? JB Stumps in NH

Written by David E. Smith

Lost in all of the news last week, you may have missed the reports about JB Pritzker’s appearance at a convention of New Hampshire Democrats. on Saturday, June 18, 2022. Making the most of the opportunity to float his POTUS balloon, he endorsed New Hampshire U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan and governor candidate Tom Sherman, both of whom are facing tough fights this fall.

Pritzker was well-received by east coast Democrats, even getting a standing ovation after telling a story bashing Trump.… Continue Reading

A Huge Win for Life!

Continue Reading