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Ebola is now a "humanitarian crisis." Yes, it can be seen that way, but how? We will be talking in depth about how the value of life seems to change when Ebola is thrown into the discussion, including whether or not the disease is racist.
Return with us to the surrogacy issue involving Sherri Shepard's baby not-my-baby. Now that the child has been born, whose responsibility is it to care for him?
And the Fat Lady is far from even getting onto the stage to sing, so the drama surrounding the Ferguson, Etc. protests keeps making news in St. Louis. The latest details DO have a very pro-life profile as black protesters accuse white people of blanket racism all over town. #MikeBrown who?
Finally, did "Bush Lied, People Died?" We will examine the bombshell (pun intended) news report from none other than The New York Times that says WMDs were indeed found in the second Gulf War, but it was still all Bush's fault.
Today, the ongoing Middle East conflict with Islamic radicals is a pro-life issue. Please join us for a lively discussion on what a pro-life person ought to think about war and threats to life and limb from ISIS and groups like ISIS.
Plus, Wendy Davis is trying to save her faltering campaign by talking about abortion.
And, a man with 34 children gets an earful from Iyanla Vanzant, but what is she really saying?
Geopolitical conflict is rarely without a cost in human life. Today, we will examine how current wars and conflicts are pro-life issues and what are the obvious and not-so-obvious solutions.
Is Anti-Semitism growing in the world today? Again? The news brims daily about how anti-Jewish sentiment is growing in many countries over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Is this just "war-talk" or is it something deeper?
Plus, Planned Parenthood just can't keep their dirty laundry out of the news. We'll discuss three instances where they are losing on the PR front.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* The pro-life movement in America is making historic inroads into the African-American community.
* Interview with Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the outreach director for Priest for Life, Frank Pavone.
With the "wave" win for the GOP in the 2014 elections this past week, TLFR hosts will analyze how much of a factor pro-life issues played into the campaigns. We celebrate the wins of many pro-life WOMEN to various levels of elected office, but we will also talk accountability now that the elections are over.
What is the difference between suicide and assisted suicide? The stories of Brittany Maynord and now Robert Mitton tell us there is a lot more to this pro-life issue than the right to die with dignity.
In Britain, a mother is awarded by a court the permission to starve her daughter to death. Listen as we discuss how this really isn't the far-fetched idea that it sounds like.
Plus, we have a lot more headlines to get to, including the execution of Iranian Reyhaneh Jabbari. We will talk about her case in the light of ongoing foreign relations with the U.S. government.
It was 41 years ago that Roe V. Wade became the law of the land. Millions have now died because of abortion, but what can the Christian say to answer their critics in this area? Join me and Life Training Institute staff apologist Clinton Wilcox as we discuss the pro-life position and how to argue it.
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How can slavery be over, when people on TV are often caught wanting to subjugate their fellow man with those very words? Letitia, Melissa, and Thomas discuss the latest example coming from MSNBC's Martin Bashir.
Plus, the potential bombshell bill in the U.S. Senate that seeks to undo every abortion regulation and restriction in all 50 states, if Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) has his way--we will be analyzing the nature of this legislation and what ramifications it has for legal abortion.
There's been a new fight on the field, but this time it comes from the pro-life side. PLFR has had three members of Abolish Human Abortion on to share their views before, and it is time to evaluate their position and methods, especially as much of the pro-life community are also objects of their criticism as much as abortion supporters are. Does the term "pro-life" mean "pro-abortion" now? Guest Cary Michael Bogue talks about his new group on facebook "Abolishing All Abortion Incrementally," the meaning behind the name, and his role in abolishing abortion.
And, join us for the amazing Elaine Riddick, the woman who has personally triumphed over the government's attempt to kill her by eugenics. Elaine is the new national spokesperson on the dangers of Depo-Provera for The Rebecca Project. She shares with us her personal story, as told in the documentary "Maafa21," what has shaped her beliefs about pro-life issues, and how she is an advocate today for true women's rights.
Letitia Wong analyzes the current headlines for their pro-life angle. First, the Virginia Gubernatorial Election--to what should we attribute the win of Democrat Terry McCauliff? And what of New Jersey's re-election of Republican Governor Chris Christie? And who is house hunting for a Governor's mansion in Texas? The pro-life position is key in all these elections and more, so why is a topic like abortion considered "just" a pro-life issue when it is the subject of furious debate? Join Letitia as she explains exactly how social issues are more than "just" social issues.
Pre-recorded on Wednesday, November 6, 2013.
Today, HEADLINES! Join Letitia, Thomas, and Melissa as we trod out the pro-life stories you need to know, from the evolution of Obamacare revelations to what is happening with the St. Louis Planned Parenthood.
Plus, yet another story of courageous parents who are taking on the pro-death mentality by the horns. Sheryl Crosier, author of I Am Not a Syndrome - My Name Is Simon, talks about her son Simon who was born with Trisomy 18. We will be asking her to share the emotional details of her pregnancy and birth experience with a child that many in the medical community looked on as damaged and therefore disposable.
As always, our call lines are open to your calls.
What are the real faces of women who gave birth to their children conceived in rape? What are the faces of their sons and daughters? Listen to the stories of those who survived the devaluation of their lives, both mothers and children. Listen to their attitudes of triumph over adversity and break every excuse concocted by abortion supporters to tell society why legal abortion is "needed."
Today, we interview two wonderful children conceived in rape as they tell their stories. Thomas, one of PLFR's hosts, appears in the documentary "Pro-Life Without Exceptions." He will detail for us the journey he has taken to be a part of the documentary and the stories that are contained within.
We also welcome Monica Kelsey, a woman who also was a child conceived in rape and is now an outspoken pro-life speaker. Listen to her compelling story of triumph of life and meeting her birth mother. From her website:
Monica Kelsey always knew she was adopted, but it wasn't until age 37 that she learned the circumstances of her conception. Monica's birthmother was brutally raped and became pregnant at 17 years old. Even though abortion was illegal in 1972, she sought an abortion to get "her life back." After being taken to a secretly located abortion facility, Monica's birthmother had second thoughts because she knew the procedure was illegal. While standing in front of the abortionist ready to take her child's life, Monica's birthmother changed her mind, left the facility and never looked back. She hid herself in shame for the rest of her pregnancy and she did not even cast her eyes on Monica in the delivery room. Monica's life was protected by a law that said her life had value.
The federal government may be in the middle of a shut down, but wait until you hear about all the government operations that are still fully funded and have nothing to do with "essential" functions of the government.
Plus we welcome two great guests who have breaking news about medical emergencies happening in abortion clinics both in beleaguered Detroit and St. Louis.
Lynn Mills from Pro-Life Detroit shares with us the circumstances surrounding abortionist Reginald Sharpe, who is operating the Summit Medical Center. Lynn has discovered that this clinic is unlicensed, and two women this year have had medical emergencies in 2013 alone, the last one just days ago.
Mary Maschmeier from Defenders of the Unborn also shares about the latest in a string of medical emergencies at the Planned Parenthood clinic near downtown St. Louis. Mary has filed a FOIA request to obtain the 911 records but has been denied by the City of St. Louis. She will be with us to talk about the developments of this incident since it happened.
Please join us online or on-air as PLFR brings you breaking stories that will change the way the public sees the abortion industry here in America.