#WhyWeMarch: 57 MILLION

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What does 57 million abortions look like? After 42 Years and 57 MILLION deaths, may the United States of America finally reject the atrocity of abortion and stand up for life and its founding principles. “Never tire of firmly speaking out in defense of life from its conception and do not be deterred from the commitment to defend the dignity … Read More

Audio: Roe v. Wade Oral Arguments

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This is pretty fascinating, if not also very chilling (h/t Stacy Trasancos). Stacy highlighted a key exchange between Roe attorney Sarah Weddington and a few of the Justices (beginning at 20:37 in the second audio file): Justice Harry A. Blackmun: But tell me why you didn’t discuss the Hippocratic Oath. Mrs. Weddington: Okay. I guess it was– okay, in part, … Read More

The Real Reason to Criticize Roe

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Over at the Public Discourse Daniel K. Williams has a must read on the misunderstood history of abortion law in the United States: [F]or years pro-lifers have not really understood what Roe did. They have too often accepted the myth that neither legal abortion nor an organized pro-life movement existed prior to Roe. Although they have denounced Roe vociferously, they … Read More


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TIME Magazine has a provocative new cover for it’s January 14 issue commemorating the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade: If you can’t quite read that, it says: “Forty years ago abortion rights activists won an epic victory with Roe v. Wade…And they’ve been losing ever since.” Really, after 40 years of legalized abortion and 55 MILLION unborn children killed, … Read More

A Generation Lucky to Be Alive

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My article published at CatholicLane.com: Today, hundreds of thousands of pro-life people gathered in Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life, commemorating the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that struck down existing state laws protecting unborn children. For those who have been on the March or seen footage of it on EWTN (you can … Read More

Is it Any Wonder?

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A little over two weeks ago a deranged man opened fire at a public event in Tucson AZ killing 6 people, including a nine year old girl, and wounding 13 others. Searching for answers in the wake of the tragedy people wasted no time assigning blame, mostly to “violent” political rhetoric on the right. I’m not writing here to get … Read More

Marching for Our Future

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My prayers are with the hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers marching in Washington D.C. and throughout the country today. You’re marching for nothing less than our future, God bless you all! Related: Lucky to Be Alive

Obama: “I don’t have a litmus test… but…”

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As if there’s even a question about whether or not we will get a Roe v. Wade supporting Justice with Obama’s pick: Read: Gibbs Stumbles over Questions about Obama’s Non-Litmus Test Litmus Test for Supreme Court h/t Jill Stanek

SMILE! Your Mom Chose Life!

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Related post: We Survived to be Voices for the Voiceless!

Limbaugh Tells Hannity Life Issue “Very Very Important” When Considering Sotomayor

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I have to admit, I was very impressed with Rush Limbaugh last night when he told Sean Hannity: If, and I’m speaking for me personally, if i learned, if I can be assured that she is actually a pro-life person and does think that Roe vs. Wade is bad constitutional law and if she would rule on the right side … Read More