Precious Feet: A Legacy of Love

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Say NO to Murderous Compromise in Kansas!

For Immediate Release WASHINGTON, D.C. (20 January 2020) – American Life League president Judie Brown issued the following statement regarding Kansas proposals SCR 1613 and HCR 5019: American Life League absolutely opposes the compromise and unprincipled language contained in Kansas proposals SCR 1613 and HCR 5019—the Value Them Both proposed amendment to the state constitution. The language is […]

Precious Feet: A Legacy of Love

By Karen Mahoney On June 4, 2019, nearly 50 years after pulling tiny, perfectly formed bodies of aborted babies from formalin-laden buckets, Dr. Russell Sacco, founding member of Oregon Right to Life, died of cancer.  The Kenosha, Wisconsin, native graduated cum laude with a BS from UW Madison in 1957. He then graduated cum laude from UW Madison Medical […]

Pro-Life This Week – January 17, 2020

Week in Review – LIFE—a gift from God    You are receiving this the Friday before the entire pro-life community commemorates that terrible day in 1973 when the United States Supreme Court announced that it decriminalized the killing of God’s precious gift. In what can only be described as Satanic reasoning, seven men on the […]

The ERA and Other Fictions

By Judie Brown The resurgence of the ERA (equal rights amendment) has once again exposed the underbelly of scum often defined as political debate in some circles, apathy in others. In Virginia, the state legislature has proposed language that would enshrine abortion and all forms of so-called “personal reproductive autonomy” in the state’s constitution. The […]

Virginia Catholic Conference Must Do More on SJ2 and Oppose Enshrining Abortion in State Constitution

For Immediate Release WASHINGTON, D.C. (16 January 2020) – American Life League president Judie Brown issued the following statement calling on the Virginia Catholic Conference to warn any Catholic legislators about the dire consequences of voting for Senate Joint Resolution 2, which would add abortion to the Virginia Declaration of Rights: When George Mason wrote […]

The Difference One Racist Made: Margaret Sanger’s World

By Susan Ciancio Margaret Sanger was born in 1879 in New York, one of 11 children born into an impoverished family. Her mother was Catholic, her father an atheist. Her mother had several miscarriages and died at an early age. Though the cause of death was listed as tuberculosis, Margaret always attributed her early death […]

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