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Pro-abortion arguments always come up empty
2015.03.04 - 11:00am - Rey Flores
If there is one skill or talent that anyone who supports abortion doesn’t have, it is the ability to justify why abortion is supposedly a good or necessary thing. The main reason for this is that they simply lack the truth.

They know the truth, but they just aren’t willing to own up to it—the same way any petty common criminal won’t own up to shoplifting, burglary, rape, and murder. Am I saying abortion is in the category of these crimes? Absolutely! Right up there with both rape and murder. read more...
Culture of Life Studies Program
American Life League Responds to Attack on Catholic Education and Religious Freedom
2015.03.04 - 12:00am - Rob Gasper
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Rob Gasper February 27, 2015 540-659-4171 | e-mail:    American Life League Responds to AttackonCatholic Education and Religious Freedom Statement from ALL president Judie Brown in supportof Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone read more...
Remembering Professor Charles Rice (1931 - 2015)
2015.02.26 - 2:00pm - Judie Brown
I was sincerely saddened and moved to tears upon hearing of the passing of my dear friend, Professor Charles Rice. From the first days of American Life League’s founding in 1979, Professor Rice was there at our side, guiding our principles, explaining the natural law, and exposing the ways manmade laws stood in the way of saving all the babies. He never disappointed us or ignored our nearly constant pleas for help and advice. He was the driving force behind the early language of what we call the personhood imperative. He and Nellie Gray led the way with style and intellectual honesty from the start.

Of all the books Dr. Rice wrote, we were especially grateful for No Exception: A Pro-Life Imperative. This book was so succinct and clear in the natural law principles Rice enunciated that it was impossible not to understand the no exceptions position once the book was digested. From 1990, when it was first published, it was required reading for every newly hired American Life League staff member. To this day there is no other book like it, but then again, there is no other man of the integrity and tough-mindedness that was Dr. Rice's hallmark. read more...
Celebrate Life Magazine
The amnesty and abortion conundrum
2015.02.25 - 1:15pm - Rey Flores
As the Obama administration continues to tear down borders and allow millions of undocumented and parentless immigrant minors into our country, he isn’t just letting them in for free. He is asking them to pay for his supposed generosity with their eternal souls.

And it’s not just the immigrant youth and women who must pay with their souls. read more...
The death penalty is 'cruel and unusual punishment,' but you can starve patients to death
2015.02.23 - 10:00am - Bobby Schindler
Recently, the United States Supreme Court announced it would review the procedure for lethal injection used for death row inmates across the nation and whether or not that procedure is unconstitutional. According to the report, “cruel and unusual” punishment concerns have been raised after a few executions didn’t go as planned, violating the rights of the person being executed.

It’s too bad my sister Terri Schiavo wasn’t on death row. She would have been treated with more compassion and the laws would have offered her better protection. read more...
Suffering contains a call to become more like Christ
2015.02.18 - 11:00am - Mark Davis Pickup
There was a change in how I viewed being chronically ill for more than three decades. I cannot pinpoint when it happened; the change progressed gradually over time. No longer did I see my incurable sickness and handicap as a curse but as a blessing disguised as misfortune.

What began with the question “why?” became anger that no answer seemed forthcoming. Eventually the anger simmered and cooled into acceptance and finally acceptance was followed by peace and anticipation. read more...