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How many times have we heard leftist liberals say that pro-life people [particularly Conservative ones] are hypocrites because they defend the right of the unborn while supporting the death penalty for murderers? They say that it's hypocritical to affirm the sanctity of life while favoring the death penalty for violent criminals. Well, I'm one of those guys who happens to be both. And I'll give a coherant and eloquent defense of that position. First of all, it's crucial to understand that the unborn are helpless babies who did no wrong. But when someone murders or commits a violent crime, then the guilty person loses his/her the right to live. As a society, we punish people who do evil, not innocent people who are helpless. And in actuality, being both pro-life and pro-death penalty is consistant with that position. It's still consistant with the basic moral position of punishing the bad guys and stopping them from doing any more evil while protecting innocent life. So yes, I'll show why I'm pro-innocent life. I'm pro- save any helpless life. Meaning I DON'T support aborting babies, especially if they're disabled. I consider the fact that more than 90% of babies being aborted for having down syndrome ot be an ableist Holocaust. And it's our duty as a society to help and care for the weak and disabled, not to kill people on the morally repugnant grounds of their existence being a burden. In fact, I'll show that in this issue, pro-choice leftist liberals who oppose the death penalty, are the REAL hypocrites. They want to protect the lives of violent criminals while they're ok with the systematic genocide of millions of babies in the womb in the name of the woman's right to "choose." In addition, they want to protect the lives of rapists while championing the killing of babies conceived in rape in the name of caring for the rape victim, which is hypocritical to the core.
Sister Celeste Mentag speaks about abortion and the death culture we live in and how much the church is participating and joining the argument for pro-choice. God values life and the church needs to educate itself and the world what is our BIBLICAL stance against abortiion.
One day, a female Soldier comes to my office and wanted to talk to me.
I took her to an exam room where she could talk in privacy.
She took a few moments until, finally, she wanted to talk to me about an abortion she had recently committed.
She was not married; she was having difficulty coping with what she done.
I asked her if she was Catholic and she replied “no”, that she was a member of the Assemblies of God. She told me that she had not been practicing her faith for some time.
I encouraged her to make an appointment with her Pastor, or find her unit’s Chaplain if she needed to speak with a Professional.
I wanted to encourage her to get the kind of help she needed from her spiritual tradition.
That was not the time to discuss religion except that I told her I was Catholic.
I told her that as a representative of Christ, I forgive her for what she did. I think she needed to hear that.
We spoke for a short time but her issue and concern stuck with me for a good while.
I have always been pro-life, politically; I have always supported pro-life Candidates for all elections.
Since that time, I have felt a compassion for those who have had abortions who live with the knowledge they killed their children.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Out of the 50 states, Louisiana is the most pro-life and Washington is the most pro-abortion.
* America is now funding abortions in India.
* George Tiller’s associate is denied a medical license.
What a great day this has been as the Diocese of Austin began with a prayer vigil at 7>A.M. this morning to pray the Rosary at thge Planned Parenthood abortion facility. Then at 9:15 the Joyful Mysteries were led by the high school students as we prayed the Rosary of Life accompanied by the Dominican Sisters of Mary for organizing the Living Rosary.
Thenthe celebration of Mass with Most Rev. Joe Vasquez, Bishop of Austin who was the Celebrant. Most Rev. Michael Mulvey, Bishop of Corpus Christi, and Most Rev. Daniel Garcia, Auxilary Bishop-Elect of Austin. There were several Priests of the Diocese of Austin and the Diocese of Corpus Christi as Concelebrants.
This was held at the St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Austin January 24, 2015. There were several thousand marchers who made this day a great success. In Texas, a lot of great progress has been made in defending life. Many of abortion clinics have closed their door.
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.
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.
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?
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.
America has been fighting itself from within for generations but never so much as in 2014 with the Michael Brown death and increased racial tensions and hostilities that it generated.
Race baiting played an immeasurable role in creating this and perhaps celebrated columnist, author and social policy consultant Star Parker’s book ‘Blind Conceit’ will help to save America from this racial polarization that threatens the nation’s historic melting pot.
Join guest Star Parker head of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, noted syndicated columnist and author discussing how the liberal progressive social justice lie of the left has gripped America’s poor and minority communities for over 50 years.
Also, John Pisciotta of Pro-Life Waco and Hometown Pro-Life Action will be discussing why pro-life and religious rights efforts are under assault in America and what is being done to fight back and how they are making a difference.
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