Pro-Life This Week – July 20, 2018

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White Noise Can Kill People

By Judie Brown We see countless instances of white noise in our society today. According to Webster, white noise is “meaningless or distracting commotion, hubbub, or chatter.” This term applies across the board to all sorts of electronic methods of communication that inundate our lives, numb our minds, and otherwise challenge our ability to think […]

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Planned Parenthood Goes Ballistic in Gender Battle

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood has been pushing the concept of “gender identity.” Recently it released three new videos for parents of preschool students. The videos tell these parents that they must be sensitive to gender issues when dealing with their children who are under five years of age. In the 1990 movie Kindergarten Cop, there […]

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Why ‘Roe’ Will Go but NOT Because of Kavanaugh

By Dianne Irving, PhD There has been an intense effort in the past weeks to stir up the pro-abortion lobbies to blame the appointment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court for an eventual refutation and rejection of Roe v. Wade et al. Given that Justice Kavanaugh is a political “conservative,” he is, more relevantly, a judicial “conservative” (i.e., he […]

Personhood: A Challenge to the Intellect

Carnegie, ‘Roe,’ and Personhood

By Judie Brown Professor Dianne Irving explains: If Roe falls, it won’t be because of Kavanaugh (who is a judicial “conservative”), but because Roe refused to acknowledge the accurate, objective, scientific facts of human embryology known for over 76 years. The Carnegie Stages of Human Embryonic Development were internationally instituted in 1942 and have been updated every year since then by the international nomenclature […]

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The End of Neutrality: Gosnell—America’s Moral Moment

By Terrell Clemmons Phelim McAleer had seen a lot of disturbing things as an investigative journalist. But sitting in the Philadel­phia courtroom as abortionist Kermit Gosnell stood trial for multiple counts of murder, he didn’t know which was worse: the evidence being presented, which included the most horrific testi­mony and photos he’d ever seen, or […]

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Riddle: If ‘Roe’ Falls, What Is Next?

By Judie Brown A riddle is a puzzling question posed as a problem. And as sure as night follows day, the challenge of answering what pro-life people will do if Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton are overturned is one that deserves some attention. This is so because soon after Justice Kavanaugh was seated […]

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