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Month: August 2012

Personhood: A Pragmatic Guide to Prolife Victory in the 21st Century and the Return to First Principles in Politics

Personhood: A Pragmatic Guide to Prolife Victory in the 21st Century and the Return to First Principles in Politics

By Daniel Becker “’Personhood’ is at the very heart of the 21st Century Civil Rights Movement. My Uncle Martin once said that to deny a person is “to say that he has no right to existence.” Whether it is Dred Scott, Sojourner Truth, 1968 Sanitation Workers, or a baby viewed in a 3D Ultrasound, from conception until natural birth, a person is a human being, entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. This right to personhood is a…

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“We Must Demand Our Government Enforce The Laws Already On The Books” says Catherine Davis

“We Must Demand Our Government Enforce The Laws Already On The Books” says Catherine Davis

I do not ever watch horror stories. Ever. Yet, I find myself in the midst of a real horror story that happened right here in Georgia, at an abortion center on Powers Ferry Road. And unlike the movies where the monster is stopped from harming others, this monster is still performing abortions and billing taxpayers for it! It was 10:00 a.m., October 7, 2009 when this young woman sought an abortion. She was the last patient of the day. Upon…

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Great New Pro-Life Documentary Coming Soon!!

Great New Pro-Life Documentary Coming Soon!!

I was interviewed last week for a new documentary, The Voice of John, which is going to be released on November 4, 2012. This documentary is a great new addition to the arsenal of films that help educate the public about the truth of abortion and the value of all human life. The producer, Donald Galade, worked diligently to complete the trailer and is working just as hard to promote the film. Unlike most major film productions which have the…

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Why did so many vote for President Obama in 2008?

Why did so many vote for President Obama in 2008?

As an African American, as a woman, as a Christian, and as human being, I’ve been asking myself, “Why did no many people vote for President Obama in 2008 – why????” Why did over 50% of Catholics… Why did over 90% of African Americans… Why did so many Christians… Why did so many women… Vote for the most abortion supporting, homosexual marriage supporting, trash the economy supporting President in American History?????? Why did President Obama win the women’s vote in…

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Fr. Frank Pavone and Georgette Forney invite you to the Pastoral Praxis for Life Conference

Fr. Frank Pavone and Georgette Forney invite you to the Pastoral Praxis for Life Conference

The National Pro-Life Religious Council, in cooperation with Beeson Divinity School, would like to invite you to join them Tuesday, September 11, 2012 for a unique pro-life pastoral-theological conference at Hodges Chapel. The conference will follow through on the claims of The Manhattan Declaration and focus on ways in which the church can become a more faithful witness for life. Speakers will be featured from the various organizations which make up the National Pro-Life Council. NPRC is honored to have…

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Studends for Life Undercover!

Studends for Life Undercover!

Students for Life went undercover while Black prolife leaders led by Pastor John Peyton of Reconciliation Church prayed. Pastor John Peyton together with myself organized a group of black pro-life activists and and attended the ‘We Are Women’ rally in Washington, DC this last Saturday, August 18. Armed with signs and t-shirts depicting Tonya Reaves, the young lady who dies after having an abortion at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Chicago, and the abortionist who called the black babies…

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Pastors Speak On Abortion In The African American Community

Pastors Speak On Abortion In The African American Community

By Colette M. Jenkins Beacon Journal religion writer Three Northeast Ohio pastors have come together to urge pastors in the African-American church to use their pulpits to address issues affecting the black community. They’re starting with abortion. “I am not ashamed to say I am a black pro-life pastor and that the African-American church is guilty of not taking the lead on issues like abortion,” said the Rev. Walter Moss of Foursquare Church in Canton. “As pastors, we need to…

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Fr. Frank Pavone on the Passing of Joan Appleton, Former Abortion Nurse/Founder of Help Group to Those Who Leave Abortion Industry

Fr. Frank Pavone on the Passing of Joan Appleton, Former Abortion Nurse/Founder of Help Group to Those Who Leave Abortion Industry

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: August 23, 2012 Contact: Andre Kim 347-286-7277 Staten Island, NY – Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, today issued the following statement on the passing of Joan Appleton, a former abortion facility nurse who went on to found and lead the Society of Centurions of America, a group that provides counseling and financial aid to those who leave work in the abortion industry. “I was very sad to hear that Joan had died….

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Focus On Truth Not Error Of Todd Akin

Focus On Truth Not Error Of Todd Akin

Todd Akin’s admittedly unclear words in his defense for no exceptions for abortion even in the case of rape or incest have stirred up such a controversy that it has sent many running for cover. The Truth is that Mr. Akin believes in the sanctity of life and agrees with the GOP’s own platform on life issues. So why is everyone all up in arms about his misspoken words? It seems to me that what’s missing here is courage. It…

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Sept. 9 is the final Voter Registration Sunday

Sept. 9 is the final Voter Registration Sunday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: August 22, 2012 Contact: Andre Kim 347-286-7277 STATEN ISLAND, NY – Sunday, Sept. 9 is the last of three “Voter Registration Sundays” organized and promoted by Priests for Life. Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director, hopes all people of faith will take part by helping to register as many Americans as possible to vote in the fast-approaching elections. “Assisting people to register to vote is one of the best ways to exercise our citizenship,” said Fr. Pavone….

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