Recently a young mother gave birth to a premature baby. Sadly, the baby tested positive for concaine, and a judge charged his mother with reckless endangerment because she exposed her prebon child to the drug.
Yes it’s me again on the subject of fetal pain. How “shocking” to read in USA Today that two of the authors of the recent and much publicized “fetal pain” study have ties to the abortion industry! Surprise, surprise.
Within the next week, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to announce its decision on whether a drug known as Plan B will be available over the counter without a doctor’s prescription.
Ever wonder why editorial writers, even on the pro-life side of things, place so much credence in opinion polls? When discussing why most Americans really don’t accept the sweeping Roe v. Wade/ Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court decisions of 1973
When Jerry Falwell writes a column and calls me a junkyard dog, he isn’t kidding! And what he refers to is quite simply another in the long line of activities American Life League has developed to keep everybody’s eye on precisely what pro-lifers are supposed to be doing — saving babies!
Have you ever had an “I think I know you, but I can’t recall your name” moment when you see a familiar face at a gathering? And even worse, have you said, “Hi, Jane,” only to blush in embarrassment at the reply, “I’m sorry but my name’s Ruth”?
Senator Bill Frist is home in Tennessee telling his listeners that he is pro-life, has a pro-life voting record, but as a heart surgeon he is “used to talking living tissue from one person and transplanting it to give life to someone else.”