Monday, January 06, 2014

Pro-Life Victories Have Increased in the Last Three Years! More to Come!


“More pro-life laws passed in last two years than in the previous decade, pro-abortion study finds
by Kirsten Andersen
January 03, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 3, 2014 (—According to the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-abortion think tank with connections to Planned Parenthood, 2013 was a banner year for pro-life legislation, capping a three-year trend that saw more laws passed limiting abortion than in the previous 10 years combined (Hallelujah! Amen! The tide is turning to pro-life! However, we can and will do better! We can end the MURDER of unborn babies all together!—my addition).

According to the group’s year-end report, 205 new abortion restrictions became law in the last three years, 70 in 2013 alone, making last year second only to 2011 as the most pro-life year across the state legislatures since Roe v. Wade.

In the decade 2001-2010, only 189 similar restrictions were enacted.

‘This legislative onslaught has dramatically changed the landscape for women needing abortion (“Needing abortion?” Just exactly who needs to MURDER her own child?—my addition),’ the report’s authors stated. ‘The overwhelming preponderance of legislation concerning abortion was aimed at restricting access to the procedure (I would hope so! No one has the rightto MURDER another person!—my addition).’

The report went on to attack four types of pro-life laws that the authors said ‘dominated the legislative scene during 2013: abortion bans, restrictions on abortion providers (MURDERERS!—my addition), limitations on the provision of medication abortion, and restrictions on coverage of abortion in private health plans (My use of red—my addition).”

In particular, the group objected to two early abortion bans passed by Arkansas and North Dakota, states that they accused of ‘overtly flouting the standard established by Roe v. Wade. (Standard? Roe vs. Wade is an illegal, unconstitutional decision by a flawed court!—my addition).’ In Arkansas, the state legislature overrode the governor’s veto to enact a ban on all abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy. In North Dakota, a “fetal heartbeat” law banned all abortion after a baby’s heartbeat can be detected, something Guttmacher’s researchers admitted ‘generally occurs at about six weeks after a woman’s last menstrual period.’ Both laws are currently being challenged in court.(Unconstitutionally challenged in inferior federal courts! We would have even more victories if State Attorney Generals would demand that these court cases begin where they belongat the U.S. Supreme Court!—my addition

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Additionally, the group lamented the introduction of 11 separate pain-capable unborn child protection bills, three of which passed during 2013 (in Arkansas, North Dakota and Texas). Nine states now have such laws, which ban abortions after 20 weeks based on mounting scientific evidence that babies at that stage of development have nervous systems developed enough to recognize and feel pain—an assertion the report’s authors dismissed as a ‘spurious belief (However, we know that baby MURDERERS are liars!—my addition).’

Guttmacher’s researchers also complained about increasingly tough safety regulations around the country aimed at holding abortion facilities to the same standards as other outpatient surgical facilities (My use of red. Which means they are the ones waging a War Against Women!—my addition). The report’s authors call the improved safety standards ‘TRAP laws’ (Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers), and say the new regulations are ‘onerous and irrelevant (Really? Any support for the claim?—my addition)’ and ‘designed to discourage medical professionals from providing abortion and make it impossible (Impossible? By operating as other clinics do? Why is that, exactly?—my addition) for clinics to remain open.’

A total of eight states tightened restrictions on abortion centers last year, many in the wake of a string of shocking court cases, clinic closures, and undercover videos showing the lax or nonexistent safety standards that appear to be the rule at such facilities—including West Philadelphia’s ‘House of Horrors,’ where abortionist Kermit Gosnell both killed and maimed patients, as well as murdering babies born alive after botched procedures, a crime for which he is now serving three consecutive lifetime sentences.

Another target of Guttmacher’s ire was a trend toward limiting or banning so-called ‘telemed’ abortions, in which abortionists prescribe dangerous abortion drugs by video conference or phone, without a physical exam and with no in-person follow-up.

‘Despite the fact that telemedicine is rapidly gaining acceptance (Acceptance by whom?—my addition) as a way to expand access to [abortion],’ the group’s authors wrote, ‘over the course of the year, seven states (Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, and Texas) enacted laws effectively banning the use of telemedicine for medication abortion. In addition, the Iowa Board of Medicine adopted regulations prohibiting the use of telemedicine for medication abortion.’

The group also blasted states for moving to require abortionists to follow FDA guidelines when prescribing abortion-inducing drugs, which limit the prescription of abortifacients to the first 49 days of pregnancy and require a physical examination by a doctor. The reporters called the FDA protocol ‘outdated’ and complained that it was inconvenient for abortion-minded women, both reducing the window of time for them to obtain chemical abortions as well as forcing them to make ‘an extra trip to the clinic’ to ensure their safety (Safety vs. extra trip? Just who is waging a War Against Women?—my addition).

Other pro-life laws objected to by Guttmacher’s researchers included bans on insurance coverage and public funding for abortion, parental consent laws, waiting periods, ultrasound, and counseling requirements, and even a conscience clause passed in North Carolina allowing health care facilities and medical professionals to refuse to participate in abortions (They seem to be opposed to anything and everything that might hinder the MURDER of unborn babies! Why do you suppose that is?—my addition). The group even complained about laws aimed at stopping sex-selection abortions, calling such laws a ‘problem-and-solution mismatch.(Really? What exactly would be a problem/solution match, in this situation?—my addition)’”

Only we can prevent the MURDER of unborn babies! Get involved, get and stay active! Pray! Remain vigilant, remain strong, remain firm! Never surrender! Never give up! Remember, “If anyone, then, knows the good they ought to do and doesn’t do it, it is sin for them.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

The March for Life in Washington D.C. is January 22, 2014. Roe v. Wade will be the illegal, unconstitutionallawof the land for 41 years on that date!

We will have been MURDERING unborn babies for 41 years! A total abomination for any nation! A total atrocity for any nation! A total evil for any nation!

No one has the rightto MURDER another person! NO ONE!

Christians were bold in the First Century church! Are Christians as bold today?

Christians were resolute in the First Century church! Are Christians as resolute today?

Christians stood for the truth in the First Century church! Are Christians standing for the truth today?

If not Christians, who? If not now, when?

This is my two part suggestion to Tea Party groups, social conservatives, Constitutionalists, and anyone else who wants to save our Republic from the approaching destruction.

1) Run as many conservative candidates in as many Republican primaries as possible.

2) Then, run as many independent and/or third party candidates as possible in as many races as possible where we did not win the primary.

That is why I am working to get the Constitution Party on the ballot in Texas. If we get on the ballot, we will have two Congressional House candidates running and two State candidates running. Getting on the ballot is the first step. Winning elections is the second. Winning elections will grow the Party. The Constitution Party is much more in line with the Tea Party movement than is the Republican Party. And I have been involved with all three!

If elected to Congress, I will not, under any circumstances, vote for present Speaker of the House John Boehner to be Speaker of the House. I call on every Republican primary candidate running in Texas Congressional District 19 to publicly (in writing) make the same pledge. It would not be a bad idea for every Republican candidate running for the House of Representatives to give the same pledge. See my post at on December 16, 2013 entitled “Speaker of the House John Boehner Attacks the Tea Party Again for Being Fiscally Responsible!”

If I am elected to the House, I will use the Constitution, as written, to do everything in my power to stop judicial tyranny! Will the other candidates pledge the same? I know our present Representative has NOT done everything possible to stop judicial tyranny! Why is that?

Competition is good for the economy and competition is good for the Republican Party!!! Competition keeps Congressmen committed to we the people!!! Primary Republicans who do not support the Constitution as written.