All Things Are Passing

ChelseaHealth Care, HHS Mandate, Hope2 Comments

Just a reminder: Yes, today’s Supreme Court ruling was a major disappointment (to say the very least). And, yes, we must continue to fight for life and liberty here on earth. But, let’s also remember to keep our eye on the real hope that springs eternal: For here we have no lasting city, but we seek the one that is … Read More

Wanted: More Men for All Seasons

ChelseaHealth Care, Legislation, Politics2 Comments

Today Rep. Bart Stupak – who lead the charge to get abortion funding out of healthcare reform, only to vote for the bill w/out pro-life protections in the end – announced that he will not run for re-election this year. For pro-lifers this is obviously a welcome retirement. You know, the more I think about it, the more I find … Read More

Down to the Wire

ChelseaAbortion, Activism, Health Care, Legislation, video6 Comments

I looks like the House is getting set to vote on health care reform this weekend! The Susan B. Anthony List has a good ad targeting on the fence pro-life Democrats I have talked to some people who are still confused as to how, exactly, the bill is considered pro-abortion or anti-life. The American Papist offers this 150 word explanation … Read More

Stupak “Prepared to Take Responsibility” for Taking Down HC Bill

ChelseaAbortion, Activism, Health Care, Legislation, video2 Comments

See the GMA interview with Rep. Bart Stupak and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius in which Stupak says he refuses to vote for the Senate version of the health care bill in its current form because of its pro-abortion language. Sebelius, like Obama, Pelosi and other Dems, denies that the language is there, but Stupak even points out the pages of … Read More

NRL, AUL Point Out Rationing/Assisted Suicide HCR Concerns

ChelseaAssisted Suicide, Euthanasia, Health Care, Legislation0 Comments

A National Right to Life analysis of the Senate health care reform bill found that: Senior citizens’ ability to use their own money, if they choose, to avoid involuntary denial of medical treatment under Medicare could be severely limited. State commissioners of the new health insurance exchanges created by the bill would be given power to deny people who are … Read More

Senate Bill “Assisted Suicide Friendly”

ChelseaAssisted Suicide, Health Care, Legislation0 Comments

Abortion funding still seems to be the main focus of pro-lifers now that the Senate has approved a motion to begin debate on health care reform last night. However, I mentioned yesterday that abortion funding is not the only pro-life problem with federal health care reform. In a recent post, Wesley Smith gives us an example of what else we … Read More

Call Your Senators!

ChelseaHealth Care, Legislation1 Comment

Health care reform is quickly making its way through the United States Congress. I must admit, I’m surprised at just how fast they are trying to get this thing through. After passing the House just two weeks ago, the Senate is set to begin the voting process on health care reform tonight. I have not gotten too involved in the … Read More

Stop Hyding Behind Henry!

ChelseaAbortion, Health Care, Legislation, video0 Comments

A video from the Susan B. Anthony List: Related: Why the Hyde Amendment Will Not Prevent Abortion Funding Under HR 3200

Senate Finance Committee Rejects Pro-Life Amendments

ChelseaAbortion, Health Care, Legislation3 Comments

From LifeSiteNews: The Senate Finance Committee torpedoed two key pro-life amendments on Wednesday designed to prevent government-subsidies of abortion and guarantee conscience protections for health-care providers in the health-care reform bill. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) proposed to amend the “America’s Health Future Act of 2009” under consideration by the Finance Committee led by Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.). His amendments would … Read More

Could Abortion Funding Kill Health Care Reform?

ChelseaAbortion, Health Care, Politics0 Comments

Pro-life Democrat Rep. Bart Stupek says he believes they have the votes to defeat the health care bill in the House if it does not specifically exclude coverage for abortions (h/t Jill Stanek): Glad to see some members of Congress taking such a stand in opposition to our Country federally funding the murder of unborn children. Now – to get … Read More