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The town that started the Civil War

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — In the 1850s, Christians in Oberlin, Ohio, were motivated by the fear of God’s just judgment to defy the federal government and refuse to cooperate with the unjust Fugitive Slave Act. Their courageous actions couldn’t be more timely for pro-life Christians, as we witness the crumbling of our country’s moral foundation after multiple decades of judicially-mandated relativism.

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What really happened in the blocking of Alabama’s abortion law?

By Sarah Quale — U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson’s decision to block Alabama’s abortion law was the last in a series of court injunctions that stopped all state-level first-trimester abortion restrictions passed in the last year. These injunctions were expected as part of a larger pro-life strategy to put an end to Roe. But if that is the goal, why did the Alabama attorney general argue in support of the central holdings of Roe?

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Russia’s deadly agenda behind genetic engineering of human embryos

By guest author Chris Reilly — Human genetic engineering may become the new “space race,” if Vladimir Putin has his way. But experiments on humans at the embryonic stage have profound implications, not only on society but also on the dignity of the humans who are used and destroyed on a massive scale.

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Legalizing prostitution and grooming our children for sex work

By guest author Deborah Stilt — The movement to legalize prostitution is rapidly growing and right now, the Washington, DC, City Council is considering such a proposal. This movement is also using public institutions to glamorize “sex work” and other immoral lifestyles to our youth and separate prostitution from sex trafficking. Just like abortion, it’s sold to women and girls as a ticket to freedom and power, and a harmful, corrupted morality disguised as human rights.

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Pearl, Mississippi, takes the first step in becoming a Sanctuary for Life

By Sarah Quale — On October 1, 2019, the Board of Aldermen of Pearl, Mississippi, adopted a resolution to become a “safe city for pre-born children”—the first phase of the Personhood Alliance’s Sanctuaries for Life initiative. Two weeks later, on October 15th, Pearl City Hall was packed to capacity with supporters who came to thank local officials and rally together to begin the work of Phase 2.

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Abortion on campus: California’s SB24 and the dangers to our daughters

By guest author Deborah Stilt — California Governor Gavin Newsom just signed SB24 into law, which mandates that public college campuses provide the abortion pill to students to “remove barriers to reproductive health.” Perhaps it’s easy for us in the pro-life movement to pass this off as just one more indicator that California has lost its collective mind.  But there’s more to it—so very much more.

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Game-changer questions every pro-lifer should ask about the Guttmacher report

By Sarah Quale — Now that the celebrations surrounding the latest Guttmacher abortion report have settled down, it’s time to look past the rhetoric on both sides and uncover what’s really going on. May this discovery be a wake-up call for you and I to begin to proactively address the realities on the ground.

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Personhood: Multiple fronts on the 21st-century battleground

By Sarah Quale — Personhood is a legal strategy, a moral philosophy, and a cultural movement that’s rooted in both faith and reason. Personhood is our only consistent defense against all direct attacks on human life and human dignity that have happened, are happening, and will happen in the future. So what are those attacks, specifically? What does personhood look like on the ground? Is it practical, and does it have any chance of actually advancing in America?

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Netflix’s abortion support is just the tip of the iceberg

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — Over 100,000 Americans have already cancelled their Netflix subscriptions over the streaming giant’s threatened boycott of Georgia’s economy after the passage of the heartbeat law. But new connections between Hollywood and government, and the Obamas in particular, are revealing a much bigger and much darker agenda at play.

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First sanctuary county in America reflects a new pro-life strategy

By Sarah Quale — On August 19, 2019, the Yadkin County Board of Commissioners in Yadkinville, North Carolina, passed a resolution to become the nation’s first sanctuary county to protect pre-born children from abortion. The resolution is the first step in a larger, three-pronged strategy put forth by the Personhood Alliance that is calling the pro-life movement back its roots and replicating the approach of early Christians in shifting the culture.

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Historic personhood case continues to move forward in Alabama

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq., — The case for pre-born personhood under Alabama law is clearly established. Ryan Mager’s lawsuit against a Hunstville abortion facility and others for the wrongful death of his aborted baby sets up precisely the type of confrontation predicted by the U.S. Supreme Court in Roe—a confrontation that’s been 46 years in the making.

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Men and abortion: The paternal paradox

By Sarah Quale — No uterus, no opinion? Not so fast. Men’s roles in abortion are varied, and society’s standards for fathers and men’s voices are contradictory and complex. To understand their involvement in abortion, and the repercussions that result, we need to examine the paternal paradox…

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Behind the chiffon curtain: Drag queen story hours and child endangerment

By Sarah Quale — Drag queen story hours (DQSHs) have quickly become one of the most divisive controversies in the 21st century culture war. Recent research revealed that these events are part of a much larger, intentional effort by the American Library Association to promote LGBTQ activism. New evidence from their recent annual conference shows how deep this promotion runs and how libraries are protecting themselves instead of protecting children. Communities are demanding to know: What’s really behind the values DQSHs are said to promote? Do DQSHs actually provide children with positive role models or expose them to dangerous men?

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Pro-abortion AMA sues North Dakota to block informed consent laws

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — In partnership with the center for Reproductive Rights and the last abortion facility in the state, the American Medical Association is suing North Dakota to block two informed consent laws related to the personhood of pre-born children and the abortion pill reversal protocol.

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Marshae Jones, manslaughter, and Alabama law

By guest blogger Bill Fortenberry — Marshae Jones has been indicted by a grand jury for felony manslaughter in the death of her prenatal child, who was shot and killed during a fight between Jones and another woman. The key to understanding the indictment in this case is to recognize that, under Alabama law, a prenatal child has the same legal protections as a born child.

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