Two of the most harmful rulings from the Supreme Court were known as Roe and Casey. These cases had no basis in the Constitution and they resulted in the violent deaths of over 60 million unborn American children since 1973.Read more
Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse, now comes this report published in Pregnancy Help News by Kevin Jones. Some excerpts: "The numbers of women seeking at-home medication abortions through an experimental U.S. telemedicine provider has reportedly doubled under the coronavirus epidemic, though pro-life advocates said there are good reasons for restrictions on the practice.Read more
On the heels of New York’s horrific law allowing high risk abortions all the way up to birth, Arizona Democrat Raquel Teran and 16 Democrat Representatives wasted no time introducing legislation (HB2696) that would repeal Arizona’s Fetal Resuscitation Law (ARS 36-2301).
HB2696 was introduced on Tuesday, February 12, 2018. Click HERE to read the bill. Notice the very last sentence that reads: Section 36-2301, Arizona Revised Statutes, is repealed.
The critical wording of ARS 36-2301 reads: If an abortion is performed and a human fetus or embryo is delivered alive, it is the duty of any physician performing such an abortion and any additional physician in attendance as required by section 36-2301.01 to see that all available means and medical skills are used to promote, preserve and maintain the life of such a fetus or embryo.
We must take action against this attempt to allow aborted human babies born alive to die with no efforts to preserve their lives. God knew us before he formed us in our mother’s womb. Babies are a blessing from God and made in His Image.Read more
"Every 30 seconds, someone is trafficked"
Human trafficking: "People don’t think it happens here" Andrea Kadar, Verde Valley Coalition Against Human Trafficking
Please attend this important event on Wednesday, September 20, to hear the facts about human trafficking, including in northern Arizona.
Guest speakers will include Andrea Kadar of the Verde Valley Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Payson Chief of Police Don Engler, and Marlene Hetrick, Local Pastor and Secretary of the Payson TEA Party
Please note: No one under the age of 13 will be admitted due to graphic content.
The presentation will begin at 6:00 pm in the Payson High School Auditorium, 301 S. McLane, Payson, Arizona.Read more
This video features the aftermath of abortion. Abortion causes thousands of women to commit suicide every year. Their pain is denied by those who support the billion dollar abortion industry, so they suffer alone. The Truth is that the suicide rate is significantly higher among women who have had an abortion compared to women in the general population, and even higher compared to women who gave birth. (See below.)
Midway through this video, watch how many people change their minds about a "woman’s right to choose," when the interviewer says: "Please finish this sentence. It’s OK to kill a baby in the womb when….."Read more
Ms. Peggy McClain has been investigating and reporting on the hyper-sexualization of Arizona’s school children for several years. She has worked very hard to open the eyes of parents who find it hard to believe that their child’s school could possibly be a physically and emotionally dangerous place. Some parents sense that something is wrong, but their common sense is overridden by the assurances of the "experts," especially because they are so nice about it. Until, that is, the parent continues to express their concerns. Ms. McClain helps parents refuse to be manipulated and take charge of their children’s education. See Delphi Technique – Anyone Who Wants to be Involved in Their Child’s Education Should Understand This.
Ultimately, young women who have had an abortion know that they have ended the life of their own child. It is an agonizing fact they must live with for the rest of their lives, no matter how much Planned Parenthood and other abortionists try to dehumanize that child, even to the point of outright lying. See Abortion Facility Misleads Women, Showing Them Deceiving Depictions of Fetal Development .
Today’s young people need to know that one-third of their generation has been wiped out by abortion.
Even the schools in Arizona are trying to "normalize" promiscuity, sexual experimentation, and abortion. If your common sense tells you that this is wrong, you are right. No matter which school your child is attending, I urge you to review Ms. McClain’s blog, Not In Our Schools, which is updated frequently. You can also sign up to receive newsletters, and follow the blog on Twitter. Recent articles include:Read more
This is an important video that explains how money is "fungible." It reminds me of the guy who begs his father-in-law for several thousands of dollars, because "Your daughter is in desperate need of life-saving surgery!" The father-in-law responds, "No. You’ll spend it on drugs and alcohol." Son-in-law says, "Oh no. I’ve got money for that!"
See below for more examples of how Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers deceive women. Over and over, Planned Parenthood asserts that they provide "prenatal care." Guess what. They don’t!Read more
In late April 2017, 16-year old Connor Haines and his sister Lauren, 19, were peacefully protesting against the holocaust of abortion, and sharing the gospel. They were legally on a public sidewalk outside of STEM Academy, Downingtown, Pennsylvania. They held signs and were calling out to students and others who were leaving the school in their vehicles.
After a few minutes, Assistant Principal Zachary Ruff approaches and tells them to get off the public sidewalk. Connor says they are there legally. Ruff again orders them to leave. Connor suggests he call the police. Connor explains they are protesting the holocaust (abortion) happening in America. Ruff tells him to leave. It becomes clear that Connor won’t back down.
In less than a minute from initially ordering Connor and Lauren to leave, Ruff tells Connor to "Go to H**L, where THEY are!" (Who’s "they"?) Aborted babies.
It gets worse.Read more
See Also: Students for Life Not In Our Schools: Stop the Planned Parenthood Invasion Here’s an abortion facility’s fake drawing of a baby at nine weeks compared to the reality Teen Pregnancy Rate Falls 42.6 Percent after UK CutsRead more
When the House of Representatives, mostly led by members of The Freedom Caucus, recently refused to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA), it seemed like a treasonous debacle to the American people. Even President Trump expressed his anger. Several Pro-Life groups supported the AHCA, because it would have defunded Planned Parenthood.
But, what the American people didn’t know was that the American Health Care Act would not have accomplished its primary mission and promise: Repeal and Replace ObamaCare.
The American Health Care Act was a kludge of a health-care policy. Described as a way to simultaneously repeal key elements of the Affordable Care Act and replace them with market-oriented reforms, the bill in its final form managed to do little of either. Freedom Caucus members were particularly concerned about the willingness of House leaders to leave the vast majority of Obamacare’s regulations on the books — after Republicans spent seven years promising that the party would “repeal and replace Obamacare.” Even the rationale that the AHCA would be better than nothing was hard to justify; it probably would have further destabilized the individual market, while millions fewer would have been insured. See It’s Wrong for Trump to Blame Conservatives.
Even as Obamacare continues funding Planned Parenthood, the foundation supporting abortion is weakening through other means. Since the AHCA’s defeat, President Trump has taken action to defund a UN agency that supports forced abortion. Also on March 31, Congress voted to "restore the ability of states to stop one stream of our tax dollars going to Planned Parenthood and redirect it to community health centers that provide comprehensive primary and preventive health care.” See Major Victories for Life and Bill Passes to allow states to redirect funds away from Abortion Clinics.
And, on April 7, 2017, Judge Neil Gorsuch was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards tweeted that Gorsuch’s confirmation is "the worst" because Gorsuch has written that "the intentional taking of human life by private persons is ALWAYS wrong." See Why Justice Gorsuch will have an immediate (and big) impact on the Supreme Court.
Hear what several members of Congress, including the House Freedom Caucus, have to say about the disastrous flaws in the AHCA, and why they must be corrected.Read more