By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq.,—What is legal personhood? It is the cornerstone of our fundamental human rights, but what does it look like, and why is its impact so catastrophic for the culture of death?
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WASHINGTON, DC, March 18, 2019; For immediate release—The Personhood Alliance board of directors voted unanimously on March 7, 2019, to accept the applications of new affiliates in Tennessee, North Carolina, and Nebraska, raising the number of its affiliate organizations to 19, with three more state applicants currently under consideration. “The Personhood Alliance is growing because we are unapologetic about our worldview and our goals,” says Personhood Alliance president Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq…
By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq.— If this case is successful, Alabama could punish abortion clinics and pharmaceutical companies under its wrongful death law to prevent them from continuing to profit from the killing of pre-born children…
Originally published on LifeSiteNews, March 27, 2018, by Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — On March 23rd, President Donald Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018, also known as the omnibus budget deal. The budget funded Planned Parenthood, with no conscience protections for pro-lifers. It also funded “sanctuary cities” that openly defy federal immigration law and defunded the Justice Department’s ability to enforce federal marijuana laws. What I find most interesting about this budget boondoggle is what it tells us in the pro-life movement about the real political power of defiance.
In January 2007, Georgia Right to Life contacted the Thomas More Law Center to request language so as to implement personhood—the pro-life strategy that united the movement directly after Roe was handed down. In March, Georgia House Rep. Martin Scott filed the nation’s first state-level Human Life Amendment. Later that summer, it would be renamed the Personhood Amendment. Here is what the Law Center proposed.