Ga. ProLife Unity Investigating leading Atlanta Abortionist

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Read This Statement and Weep

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Charmaine Quoted in The Washington Post on Teen Sex

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New Stanek WND column, “June 7: The Pill Kills Day”


June 7, 1965, was an important day in American history.

On that day, the U.S. Supreme Court found a "right to privacy" in the Constitution in its Griswold v. Connecticut decision, which allowed Planned Parenthood operator Estelle Griswold to sell birth control pills
legally that she had been selling illegally.

Griswold was cited eight years later in the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision.

But I digress. Well, maybe not.

Did you know the birth control pill can cause chemical abortions?

No, probably not, unless you're a radical pro-lifer like me, or a radical pro-abort. We all know.

But radical pro-aborts don't want you to know. And they call us theNeanderthals....

So the American Life League is launching Protest the Pill Day '08: The Pill Kills Babies this Saturday, June 7....

The National Organization for Women is planning counter protests. I wonder how much they're paying picketers, since they only seem to arouse paid personnel to demonstrate against us, particularly on a Saturday. I'm always embarrassed for them.

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“Who’s For Some Straight Talk”

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Wichita - Pro-Life Unity Conference June 5th

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Interns & Entry Level: Free Workshop at the Leadership Institute

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Abortion Issue’s Ability to Cause Confusion

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“Seeking Truth In The Search For Freedom”

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Judging Kansas Gov. by the Company She Keeps

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New WND column, “Pastors revolt against the IRS”


On Sunday, Sept. 28, the Alliance Defense Fund is
planning a nationwide pastors' revolt to challenge an IRS tax code that has muzzled churches and pastors from expressing opinions on political candidates for over 50 years.

Challenged will be a 1954 change in the code called the Johnson Amendment, after then-Sen. Lyndon Johnson.

Johnson proposed the amendment to silence opponents to his second Senate race. Two nonprofit foundations were pouring money into a publicity campaign calling Johnson soft on communism.

There is no legislative history for the Johnson Amendment. According to the scant Senate record, then-Democrat Minority Leader Johnson stood up on the floor and proposed it as an attachment to an existing bill. After Johnson said the bill sponsor was in agreement, the presiding officer simply called for a voice vote. There was no debate....

ADF will challenge one specific part of the code....

On Sept. 28, approximately 50 pastors the ADF has chosen from volunteers nationwide will preach sermons to provoke the IRS on this point. This would immediately invoke a lawsuit that would find its way to the U.S. Supreme Court....

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Subway Resturants to Home-schoolers, You Have No Class

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