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ACLU lawsuit shows wisdom in personhood’s alternative approach to sanctuary cities

By Sarah Quale — The pro-life sanctuary city movement in America includes multiple factions using different strategies to achieve the same goal—to protect pre-born children from abortion in our own communities, while exerting the constitutional right to self-governance by defying the unjust ruling of Roe v. Wade. However, a recent ACLU lawsuit against seven sanctuary cities in Texas is exposing the vulnerabilities in Texas’s strategy and showing the effectiveness of an alternative approach.

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Above the law: America’s abortion-trafficking-pornography enterprise

By Sarah Quale — News has resurfaced about the 15-year-old girl in Florida who was repeatedly assaulted on videos that were uploaded to Pornhub and who was then taken for an abortion to cover up the crime. Her trafficker has been charged, and Pornhub is now under international scrutiny, but what about the abortion facility? The Personhood Alliance is petitioning Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody to investigate whether the abortion facility willfully ignored Florida’s Parental Notice of Abortion Act and failed to comply with federal and state mandatory reporting laws that require they alert authorities to suspected child abuse and trafficking.

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Abortion and rape: Responding with facts and compassion

By Sarah Quale — What about abortion in cases of rape and incest? It’s an emotional question that’s often used to stump pro-lifers and force us to concede that, in some cases, abortion might actually be the right thing to do. But we need to ask ourselves: Is abortion really the compassionate solution we’re led to believe it is? What do the victims of sexual assault say? Are we listening to them? Are we protecting them? And finally, what can we do as individuals to advocate for them?

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Being fully pro-life: A story of human value and disability

By guest author Deborah Stilt — Pro-life advocates care about the personhood of children, born and pre-born. We care about the personhood of the moms and the dads. We are horrified at the barbarism of abortion. The brutality; it sickens us. We say we want to end it. We pray, we march, we protest, and we vote. We tell the world that all lives matter. But do they really, even in the most difficult, heartbreaking circumstances?

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Prenatal child support: The U.S. laws you’ve never heard about

By guest author Daniel Gump — Georgia’s LIFE Act received considerable media attention during the spring of 2019, but larger discussions surrounding abortion glossed over other provisions in the legislation, including prenatal child support requirements. Prenatal child support is not new to Georgia, and surprisingly, many other states have had such laws on the books for decades. How might it impact abortion if these laws were more widely known?

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Mythbusting the Missouri drag queen story hour bill

By Sarah Quale— On January 8, 2020, Missouri Rep. Ben Baker introduced the Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act to protect minors from age-inappropriate, sexually explicit materials and events at libraries. The opposition to this bill has been swift, strong, and full of misinformation, even death threats. It’s time to clear things up.

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Missouri introduces bill to stop drag queen story hour

By Calvin Freiburger — Because of his efforts to empower communities to nix sexually charged events for kids, Missouri Rep. Ben Baker, who introduced the Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act, has received death threats. The Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act is based on model legislation created by the Personhood Alliance.

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Arline Lester dies in forced euthanasia case

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — Arline Lester, the 91-year-old woman from Long Island, New York, whose son recorded a video of her pleading for her life, died yesterday after being heavily sedated and removed from her ventilator and feeding tube. Her forced euthanasia took place behind a shroud of secrecy and shocking judicial overreach in a state that’s pushing to legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia this year.

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Son pleads with court: Let my mother live

By Sarah Quale — Two brothers in New York are battling for the fate of their mother, Arline Lester. One is fighting for her life and the other, her hastened death. New video evidence and a handwritten plea reveal Arline wants to live, but that decision is now in the hands of a judge.

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Can a woman be prosecuted for aborting her child?

By guest author Daniel Gump — After frequent and inflammatory rhetoric surrounding fetal heartbeat legislation that claimed women could be prosecuted for abortion, and even miscarriage, it became clear that research into maternal liability was needed. Can a woman actually be prosecuted for aborting her child? What do our current federal and state-level abortion laws say, and what about the courts? The answers might surprise you.

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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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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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