The state of Ohio is on the cusp of once again leading the way with unprecedented pro-life legislation. The first was when the Ohio legislature introduced the first Partial-Birth Abortion (PBA) ban (at the time called the D & X … Continue reading
South Dakota Failed: So What Now?
The citizens of South Dakota through their elected legislators overwhelmingly passed a bill that, if ratified, would have stopped all abortions in that state except those necessary to prevent the death of the mother. Prior to its passage, the lawmakers … Continue reading
New Major Legislation to Advance Pro-Life Cause
While the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban has yet to be enacted, its had a profound impact on society regarding abortion. It has educated millions of people to the ugly reality of so-called choice. It has also dismissed, in many peoples minds, … Continue reading
Life of the Mother: Is it Needed in Legislation?
To the overwhelming majority of activists in the pro-life movement, a life of the mother exception is a given in proposed laws against abortion. Prior to Roe v. Wade, almost every state had this exception, and there was no concerted … Continue reading
How to Tell if Judicial Candidates are Pro-Life
Most pro-lifers are acutely aware of the importance of electing pro-life judges. Unlike candidates for other offices, however, you cannot ask them questions about their position on abortion. Judicial ethics will almost always prevent such a candidate from answering your … Continue reading
Campaign Reform Suppresses Free Speech
It seems increasingly obvious that the so-called campaign reform bills before the US Congress are squarely aimed at cutting the pro-life movement off at the knees. The Shays-Meehan bill (HR419) will effectively suppress most of the activities of the pro-life … Continue reading
Human Life Amendment: Realistic or Not?
Is the goal of a federal Human Life Amendment still a realistic expectation of the pro-life movement, or are we to listen to the media, which has consistently stated that all hope is lost? We’re being told that the pro-life … Continue reading
Public Schools Can Teach Pro-Life
The original Roe vs. Wade decision ruled that the right to abortion was, in legal terminology, a “fundamental right” under the Constitution. That meant that the right was subject to the Courts highest standard which is that of “strict scrutiny”. … Continue reading
NOW vs. Scheidler in Federal Court
Two Days I’ll Never Forget I’ve been speaking publicly for decades, and almost three of those have been in the field of abortion. During this time I’ve averaged speaking in one city a week or more in 65 different nations. … Continue reading
Major Court Decision Near
The Roe vs. Wade of euthanasia may be coming soon. Major oral arguments on two appellate court decisions were heard in January. The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in California and the 2nd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in … Continue reading