Great news folks. North Dakota’s House of Representatives passed a bill 51 to 41 declaring that an embryo possesses human rights from the moment of conception. This is an important development because it challenges the legal assumption of when life begins. Where will this go? Stay tuned for more information.
Read more about North Dakota’s bill from North Dakota’s KXnet.com.
A Florida woman gave birth to a live baby during an abortion who was then killed. This scenario is tragic. Let us pray for all those involved in this evil.
Is this intentional or am I just seeing things?
Great news! Michael Steele is the new Chairman of the Republican National Committee. Steele is a solid Catholic who spent a number of years in the seminary. I once heard him speak at a mens’ leadership breakfast in Washington, DC. Standing ovation. He’s funny, smart, and deep.
This is a healthy change for the down-and-out GOP.
I find it interesting that the President Obama once claimed that decisions about abortion and the beginning of human life were “above his pay grade” and yet now he’s making executive orders in regard to them. 58% of Americans disagree with the President’s decision to reverse the “Mexico City Policy”. Obama’s decision is both “above [his] paygrade” and contrary to the convictions of people he represents.
Full story from The Weekly Standard:
Barack Obama signed an executive order late in the afternoon on Friday, January 23 to allow taxpayer funds to go to groups overseas that perform or promote abortions. To minimize press coverage, he signed the order in the absence of reporters and photographers, and the White House waited until 7:00 p.m. to issue a press release, in which the president said: “I have no desire to continue this stale and fruitless debate” on abortion.
The Gallup poll has recently determined which US states are the most and least “religious”. Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Arkansas are the “most religious states” in the nation. Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts are the “least religious states”.
Read full article from Gallup.