Pro-Life Resources

11 Jan National Right to Life sends Letter to House Reps

What appears below is the text of a letter sent by NRLC to certain members of the U.S. House of Representatives, contrasting the abortion-related provisions of the House-passed and Senate-passed health care bills. January 9, 2010 The Honorable [Member] U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Congressman [ ]: As the process commences of producing a final health care bill, containing components of the differing bills passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate, we are writing to share the perspective of the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the federation of right-to-life organizations in the 50 states, regarding the minimal criteria that we believe should apply to the provisions that implicate abortion. We believe that the House-passed bill (H.R. 3962), as revised by the Stupak-Pitts Amendment that was adopted by the House on November 7, 2009, by a vote of 240-194, meets the minimal requirements explained below, with respect to abortion policy. Regrettably, the House-passed bill and the Senate-passed bill (H.R. 3590) are far more divergent on abortion policy matters than one would understand on the basis of accounts in the news media. In reality, the Senate-passed bill contains provisions that would ultimately result in substantial expansions of abortion, driven by federal administrative decrees and federal subsidies. Any member of the House who does not wish to support legislation that will produce such sweeping pro-abortion results must make their support for a final bill, on both procedural and direct votes, contingent on inclusion of the elements described below.
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06 Jan Social Justice Begins in The Womb – The New Pro-life Book From Bryan Kemper

Bryan Kemper is the president of Stand True, a Christian pro-life group that sponsors the national Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity. Bryan’s 18 plus years of working in and helping found the modern youth pro-life movement give him some great perspectives and insights which he shares in his new book, Social Justice Begins In The Womb. Social Justice Begins In The Womb is a collection of his pro-life and Christian writings over the past 12 years. Bryan tackles some of the so called "tough questions" about abortion, discusses how he believes we should handle things like protesting, graphic images and so many other issues. His hope is that you will come away from reading this book with a better understanding of the pro-life cause and how to defend, act upon and vocalize your pro-life convictions. The Reviews Are In - What People Are Saying About "Social Justice Begins in The Womb" Ryan Dobson, Son of Dr James Dobson from Focus on the Family "For Bryan Kemper social justice isn’t a new way to raise money, it’s not a fad or a trend it’s in his DNA. This is a way of life. You’re not going to want to put this book down and if you let it, it will become a part of your DNA too. It has for me." Jeff Gilbert from the band Kutless "I encourage anyone in the belief of pro-choice to read this book. You won't find a more loving and intellectual debate on the courage it takes to choose an alternative to abortion. Absolutely impacting from life changing into life renewing."
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