August, 2012

Aug 3, 2012
Adoption is an Option
Within the abortion debate, many claim women should not have to sacrifice their livelihood in order to raise a child for which they are not ready. They believe abortion provides an easy escape from parenthood. It allows a woman to continue her education, career, and life where she left off before she became pregnant.However, as we witness cases of depression, suicide ideation, physical harm, and even death that can result from abortion, we all-too-often overlook a safe, life-giving alternative...Read More

Tags: abortion, adoption
Aug 3, 2012
Video: Pro-Life Representatives Defending Life in the House
Last week, the House of Representatives voted on the D.C. Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 3803), which would end late-term abortion in our nation's capital by banning abortions after 20 weeks fertilization, when an unborn child can feel pain. 220 Members of Congress voted for this critical pro-life legislation; 154 opposed it. Click here to see how your Representative voted, and to send a message of gratitude or disappointment based on their vote. Pro-life Representatives bravely...Read More

Tags: D.C. Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Aug 1, 2012
Does That Hurt?
Yesterday the House voted on the D.C. Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortion in the nation’s capital after 20 weeks of gestation, the point during pregnancy at which research shows the unborn baby can feel pain.While a majority voted in favor of the bill, 220 to 154, it did not gain the support of a 2/3 majority. SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser stated in response to the decision, “Tonight, 154 members of Congress endorsed an absolutist policy of abortion on-...Read More

Tags: abortion, D.C. Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, fetal pain
Aug 1, 2012
Zoller Looks to Rock and Roll
Radio talk show host Martha Zoller is running to represent Georgia’s 9th District and add to the ranks of pro-life women in the U.S. House of Representatives.  Martha Zoller was born in Columbus, Georgia and attended college at the University of Georgia, where she studied journalism.  After a career in business, she started her radio career in 1994 as co-host on the Mid-Day program and worked her way up, earning multiple awards eventually starting her own statewide syndicated show....Read More

Tags: 2012 elections, Georgia-09, pro-life
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