The Georgia Life Alliance
We had hoped to sit back and make it through this weekend, but opponents are attacking us as “the establishment” trying to weaken the pro-life cause. In fact, in an email from a reporter, I was asked about us having a less hard line position than the other organization. I’m talking about the Georgia Life Alliance, of which I am a part and will be | Read More »
Sanctity of Human Life Act
As we ring in the New Year and begin the 111th Congress, the need to protect the unborn remains front and center in the national political debate. Each year, in keeping with my promise to my constituents, the first bill I introduce provides Constitutional protections to unborn children. Yesterday, I was proud to introduce the Sanctity of Human Life Act that defines life as beginning | Read More »
ESCR On The Way
“If we do the work that we can do in this country, the work that we will do when John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going to walk again. Get up out of that wheelchair and walk again.” —John Edwards The incoming Obama administration transition team has appointed Jonathan Moreno of the University of Pennsylvania as the head of the President’s Council | Read More »
The students of Aledo High School in Texas give us a moment of grace.
Not going to lecture anybody on this one: you either get it, or you don’t. If you don’t, then I regret whatever it was that cut that bit out of you, and I sincerely hope that you get better some day. Aledo High seniors pick classmate with Down syndrome as homecoming queen Never has the selection of a homecoming queen sent so many tears falling | Read More »
Palin on the Attack: Life Issues
Go here for the transcript, and here for Allahpundit’s commentary on the video: AP’s worried (not very surprising: he’s a good and habitually pessimistic blogger) that this is more evidence that McCain & Palin are at odds with each other over how hard to hit the Democrats on this and other issues. I do not agree. Anyway, while not a Evangelical myself, I fully understand | Read More »
Mona Charen: Palin, the Media, and Trig.
I don’t think that I would go this far… The example of people living their principles by embarking on the undeniably difficult path of raising a handicapped child is a hard one to dismiss. In fact, it’s hard not to admire. Don’t most of us, deep down, really think that the most humane and honorable thing is to treat all life as sacred? Even if | Read More »
Kill Your Baby If You Must, It’s OK, But We’ll Hand Out Jillions If Some Of You Keep One
That appears to be the latest Obama marketing strategy for pandering to the pro-life crowd at least. Sadly, there might just be something to this grand little master-stroke from the soulless Messiah. Over the years since Roe, many of us have said that we MUST improve the options for expectant Mothers such that they wouldn’t even dream of killing their babies. From improving the adoption | Read More »