Once again we are coming up on the anniversary of one of the worst US Supreme Court decisions in history. Instead of more “armchair hand-wringing”, I recommend we take a more active approach.
First, get informed about all of the ways in which human life is being abused. Even though the Supreme Court made a bad decision long ago, the people in this Country are not bound by that opinion.
Second, regardless of how you regard the weight of the US Supreme Court OPINION, the Congress is under no obligation to fund abortion. There are legislative remedies available RIGHT NOW that are not being employed.
Honorable people will always decry murder no matter who commits it. But the media hype shows the hypocrisy of the left.
Those who support abortion make a huge deal about a mentally ill man who shot up Planned Parenthood, but don’t have any comprehension that Planned Parenthood commits acts of violence every day they’re doing abortions.
So what’s a good citizen to do? On our show today we share some ideas for how you can make a difference.
I interview pro-Life champion, Cal Zastrow, who explains the right perspective we should have when a tragedy happens.
What’s the right response to the tragedy at the Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs?
Here’s an example of the wrong response: Planned Parenthood, the Mayor of Colorado Springs and Mike Huckabee further inflamed the discussion by calling this “an act of domestic terrorism”. Just to get this in perspective, in Chicago, eight people were killed and 20 wounded over the same weekend. Isn’t all murder an act of domestic terrorism? Isn’t all murder a hate crime? At a time in history, it contributes nothing to our public discourse when people attempt to invent new definitions to take us to a deeper level of grief.
Here’s another example of the wrong response: Hillary Clinton quickly seized the opportunity to exploit this tragedy to polarize the people when she declared, “We Stand With Planned Parenthood.”
Robert Stone is the Prayer Coordinator for 40 Days for Life in Springfield Missouri. Rob tells us his story of how he got involved and shares what we can all do to make a difference in our own communities. He is a retired Air Force officer and was a missionary for 10 years in Central Asia. He and his wife, met in Kazakhstan.
Hear the story of his battle with stage 4 cancer and what he’s doing now to change the culture in Springfield, Missouri.