If we could count the ways that physicians have become the politicians of their chosen profession, perhaps we would better understand why human lives are like poker chips, popular votes or, even worse, trash.
By Rey Flores
As the overall battle for life is intensifying in our country, especially in the states of New York, Texas, and Wisconsin, now is the time to strategically organize ourselves as pro-lifers in a truly cohesive manner.
Monday, May 13, the Texas House will hear HB1444, “An Act relating to advance directives and health care and treatment.
Apparently there is something about the juxtaposition of an abortionist who kills born-alive babies and a Planned Parenthood “gala” that turned the president’s tummy.
By Julie Grimstad
When Senate Bill 303 first came to our attention, we looked to the experts to tell us what in the world was going on among Texas legislators.