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Thursday, February 23, 2006

The Rapid City Journal

The South Dakota Senate voted 23-12 Wednesday to ban nearly all abortions. The House and Senate versions of the Bill (for a link to the text of the bill read yesterday's posts) need to be reconciled before it is sent to the Governor. For further information read:
The Rapid City Journal

Euthanasia -Archdiocese of Boston - 02/17/2006 - Ripple effect -Mistreating the people at the bottom

Recently, an eleven-year-old handicapped girl, Haleigh Poutre, was beaten by her adoptive parents. The doctor who was supposed to be caring for Haleigh ordered her feeding tube removed. The Catholic newspaper for the Archdiocese of Boston had a good editorial on the subject. Read "Ripple Effect" Below.
Archdiocese of Boston - 02/17/2006 - Ripple effect -Mistreating the people at the bottom

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Life begins at the time of conception - In South Dakota HB 1215 establish certain legislative findings, to...

Life begins at the time of conception.... to read the text of the South Dakota bill banning most abortions click here:
HB 1215 establish certain legislative findings, to...

South Dakota Abortion Bill -The Rapid City Journal

To read about the status of the proposed South Dakota bill banning abortion without all the New York Times pro-abortion propaganda click here:
The Rapid City Journal

Vote Due on South Dakota Bill Banning Nearly All Abortions - New York Times

Please pray for lawmakers in South Dakota who are preparing to vote on a bill that would outlaw nearly all abortions in S. Dakota. Read the New york Times Article:
Vote Due on South Dakota Bill Banning Nearly All Abortions - New York Times

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Like Terri Schiavo, Haleigh Poutre Not Safe When Others Decide Her Fate

The lives of disabled individuals are threatened by a growing attitude among physicians that some lives are not worth living. This article from Lifenews.com is shocking to say the least. Pass it on.
Like Terri Schiavo, Haleigh Poutre Not Safe When Others Decide Her Fate

Monday, February 20, 2006

Informed Consent Legislation

The evidence for a link between abortion and breast cancer is so compelling that some states have begun to include the ABC Link in Informed Consent Laws:

In 1995, Louisiana enacted a law protecting a woman’s right to know about abortion and fetal development. It became the FIRST STATE IN THE NATION to include information on the abortion-breast cancer connection in its information booklet given to pregnant mothers considering abortion.

Montana enacted a law in 1995 to expressly require that abortionists inform women of the relationship between abortion and breast cancer.

In 2003, Texas enacted legislation to require abortion providers to provide informed consent to women seeking abortion. The law went into effect Jan.1 2004.The information booklet, "A Woman’s Right to Know", published by the Texas Department of Health states: "Your chances of getting breast cancer are affected by your pregnancy history. If you have carried a pregnancy to term as a young woman, you may be less likely to get breast cancer in the future. However you do not get the same protective effect if your pregnancy is ended by an abortion. The risk may be higher if your first pregnancy is aborted."

Why not Pennsylvania?

Monday, February 06, 2006

Hillary Clinton Donates $$$$ to Bob Casey Campaign

According to Lifenews.com Hillary Clinton has donated $10,000 to the Senate campaign of Bob Casey Jr. The donation was made from her political action committeeHillPAC and is the largest donation Clinton gave to any candidate in 2005.

Hillary Clinton has a solid pro-abortion voting record. In 2003 for instance when the Senate voted on the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003, 64 Senators voted "Yes" but Hillary voted "No". Hillary also voted for the Harkin amendment which said Roe. v. Wade should NOT be overturned. She voted for S. 1050, the National Defense Authorization Act of FY 2004 which would have allowed Department of Defense Facilities to be used for privately funded abortions. Fortuantely the bill was rejected.

Perhaps Hillary Clinton made her contribution to the Casey campaign in an effort to "soften" her stance on abortion. Keep in mind that Clinton voted against President Bush's Supreme Court Nominees John Roberts and Samuel Alito so she is still casting pro-abortion votes.

Perhaps Hillary is contributing to the Casey campaign to let her pro-abortion friends know Casey is "OK" with her. A little advice for Bob Casey: If I were running for dog catcher and Hillary Clinton gave me a nickel, I'd return it.

For those interested in the LIfeNEws Article: Hillary Clinton Donates Campaign Cash to Pro-Life Democrat Candidate