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Surry County NC Passes a Personhood Resolution

The county commissioners were unanimous in approving the resolution, which enjoyed broad local community support.

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The abortion industry has a live-birth problem

By David Bjornstrom, Esq. — Thousands of babies are born alive each year after attempted abortions. These abortion survivors expose abortion for what it is, the death of a child. They also present a big legal problem for abortionists since the law generally treats born-alive children as legal “persons” with legal and constitutional rights. 

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Statement on President Trump’s Remarks on Abortion and the Results of the Midterm Election

Personhood Alliance Statement on President Trump’s Remarks on Abortion and the Results of the Midterm Election

Pope Francis appears to contradict Catholic doctrine on pre-born personhood

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — In an interview with America magazine, Pope Francis stated that Catholic teaching is unclear on personhood of the pre-born child. The truth is, the teaching of the Catholic Church on pre-born Personhood is crystal clear.

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Personhood & American Prolifer Launch Petition to Repeal the FACE Act

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By The Personhood Alliance – The Personhood Alliance and AmericanProlifer.com are partnering to call upon congress to repeal the unconstitutional Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act.

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Paul Vaughn’s Arrest by the FBI Featured on Tucker Carlson Show

By The Personhood Alliance – The President of Personhood Tennessee was arrested last week by four heavily armed agents of the FBI for peacefully protesting outside of an abortion clinic in Tennessee.

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PCHETA, the Senate’s deadly palliative care bill, is back on the table

By Deborah Riffenburgh— We first let you know about PCHETA, the Senate’s dangerous palliative care bill, in December, 2019. Thanks to your phone calls and emails, the bill was removed from the US Senate HELP Committee’s agenda. Now it is back. You helped stop this bill before—it’s time to do it again.

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What is a person? History, law, and modern science

By David Bjornstrom, Esq. — What is a person? We need an answer to the question of personhood for any intelligent discussion of abortion, because all human persons have a fundamental right to life.

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Why Kansas’ Value Them Both Amendment failed and what to do about it

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — Even before the Dobbs decision, state-wide referendums on abortion have always attracted massive amounts of political donations from abortionists, as well as a barrage of pro-abortion unpaid propaganda from the mainstream media. As a result, things almost always turn out badly for the pro-life side. Case in point: The recent defeat of the Value Them Both Amendment in Kansas… It’s time to shift the tide.

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Dobbs: Should the right to life be a political question?

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — Dobbs v. Jackson overturned Roe and Casey and sent abortion back to the states, but should the right to life be a political question?

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A high cost: Religious freedom and COVID vaccines in the military

By Deborah Riffenburgh — Today, as America celebrates the founding of our great nation and the liberties we enjoy, let us remember our military brothers and sisters who remain in the trenches, fighting for religious freedom from mandated COVID vaccines. One soldier’s battle against these mandates is a costly one for his career and for his family. 

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The collapse of Roe v. Wade must unite us

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — With the fall of Roe v. Wade imminent, it’s time to unite the fractured pro-life movement around its core principle—equal protection, without exception.

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Draft Roe v Wade decision falls short

By David Bjornstrom, Esq. — It is encouraging to hear that the Supreme Court, in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, may finally overturn Roe v Wade. However, that will not be enough to protect the pre-born, because the Court’s decision just transfers the abortion issue to the states where, in many cases, abortion will be expanded.

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COVID vaccines: Purging pro-life Christians from the U.S. military

By Deborah Riffenburgh — Across America, thousands of pro-life Christian service members are being persecuted and purged from the military for refusing to accept an abortion-derived COVID vaccine. Even though we ask these men and women to put their lives on the line to protect our fundamental rights, including our religious freedom, our government is denying theirs. What does this mean for our military? For our nation?

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Yes, Novavax used HEK293, an aborted fetal cell line

By Sarah Quale Despite Novavax’s public statements that its COVID-19 vaccine does not have any connection to abortion-derived cell lines, evidence from a private letter and Novavax’s own published study shows that the HEK293 aborted fetal cell line was used in the testing phase.

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Yes, Novavax used HEK293, an aborted fetal cell line

By Sarah Quale Despite Novavax’s public statements that its COVID-19 vaccine does not have any connection to abortion-derived cell lines, evidence from a private letter and Novavax’s own published study shows that the HEK293 aborted fetal cell line was used in the testing phase.

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Making sense of the COVID vaccine mandate hearing at SCOTUS

By David Bjornstrom, Esq. — President Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate, through OSHA, conflicts with the fundamental structure of American government. The U.S. Supreme Court, in hearing oral arguments surrounding the vaccine mandate, is likely to address at least four main points against it.

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Making sense of the COVID vaccine mandate hearing at SCOTUS

By David Bjornstrom, Esq. — President Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate, through OSHA, conflicts with the fundamental structure of American government. The U.S. Supreme Court, in hearing oral arguments surrounding the vaccine mandate, is likely to address at least four main points against it.

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Dobbs case exposes moral bankruptcy of abortion industry

By David Bjornstrom, Esq. — Aside from the legal arguments made in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court, three themes emerged that reveal the deep moral corruption of the pro-abortion movement.

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Hymn sings: Bringing the Gospel to the abortion mill and town square

By Deborah Riffenburgh — Every Monday evening, rain or shine—or even snow—people gather in the town square of Centerville, Tennessee, to praise God by singing traditional hymns. Every Thursday, they drive an hour away to sing in front of an abortion facility in Nashville. The commitment is impressive; the impact, tremendous.

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