Pro-Life This Week – February 1, 2019

Pro-Life This Week – March 22, 2019

  Week in Review – The movement toward total protection for preborn babies is taking shape Wow! The month of March is winding down, the season of spring arrived this week, and the fight for the saving of preborn lives in the United States is heating up. We brought you information in previous weeks about […]

Uptight for All the Wrong Reasons

By Judie Brown There is a litany of outrage right now over the statements of certain politicians on the topic of very-late-term abortions. The comments of such politicians remind me of Moloch, the Old Testament false god of child sacrifice. It would seem that the cult of abortion hasn’t changed much. We have heard Texan […]

Internal Problems at Planned Parenthood

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood has a number of internal problems that it doesn’t talk about in public. But, behind the scenes, when PP executives from various affiliates get together, the discussion will frequently revolve around three internal issues that affect all affiliates to a greater or lesser degree. Those three problems are volunteers, communications, […]

Five Picture Books for World Down Syndrome Day

Picture books can be powerful teaching tools to help your children and students understand that every person’s life has meaning and value.

Saving Babies One Step at a Time

By Judie Brown The news out of Ohio and New Mexico this past week encourages us to keep on fighting! Every now and then reasonable people use common sense to decide that there are disenfranchised human beings who deserve to be defended, especially babies threatened by abortion. And this is most definitely a reason to […]

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Is the American Nurses Association Ready to Drop Opposition to Assisted Suicide?

In 2013, the American Nurses Association (ANA) stated this: “The American Nurses Association (ANA) prohibits nurses’ participation in assisted suicide and euthanasia because these acts are in direct violation of Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements (ANA, 2001).” (Emphasis added) But now in 2019, the ANA is proposing a new position paper to change this. Not only is […]

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