What is the right public policy about how to end a life or surrogate motherhood. Does it cross an ethical line to make test tube babies? We answer these questions and help you get morally informed on our show today.
On today’s show, we interview the author of Walking Through Infertility, Matthew Arbo. Matthew is assistant professor of theological studies and director of the center for faith and public life at Oklahoma Baptist University.
What are you doing for the pro-life cause?
On our show today you will learn about what the students for life have going on to make a difference across the Country.
There are some great reasons to be optimistic and you’re about to hear why.
We interview Kristi Hamrick from Students for Life.
Why do the anti-life folks win and our efforts stall out year after year after year? On our show today we discuss some of the reasons and some ideas for what you can do to make a difference.
Today we have Riley Johnson Hood. Riley is the former State Chairman of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin. He now is the Milwaukee County Chairman and is a frequent contributor to conservative newspapers and to the public debate.
Don’t wait for the judges to get it right!
Many of us feel bad when we hear reports about the unborn being aborted, especially all the coercion going on in the abortion industry. What can we do to make a difference? With all the bad news we get every day, there are still lots of things we can do to make the world a better place. That’s what you’ll hear about today.
Today we interview Kathy Forck, Co-Campaign Director for the 40 days for life in Columbia.
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At a meeting I attended last night, one of the speakers gave us a legislative update. The speaker told us all the statistics of how many pro-life people are in our State government. Perhaps she was expecting us to applaud.
Then she explained how very little was being done to move any pro-life bills. She said the legislature usually waits until the last week to pass the pro-life bills. As much as I wanted to get up and tell them what’s really happening, I just sat back quietly thinking about how easily people can be manipulated.
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.
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.”
Anyone who has watched the news recently has seen some sad stories about France, economic woes, the Muslims beheading innocent children and our American way of life being compromised by the racists, the haters and Atheists.
Yet, there is some good news.
Years before abortion was considered legal in all 50 states, many young ladies were pressured into giving their babies away. Whenever a baby cannot be raised by his own mother and father, it is always tragic and should give us pause to reflect on the consequences of living in a fallen world. Yet, sometimes circumstances beyond our control warrant eliciting the help of others.
In life, there is no such thing as rewinding the tape. The reason many women destroy their babies is because they want to believe they can undo a segment of their lives later in the process. Many times parents who either give their children away or destroy them, feel a sense of loss and sadness for the rest of their lives. My city clerk once told me, “You can take the baby out of the mother’s body, but you can never take the baby out of the mother’s mind.” Those words stuck with me through the years because they are true.
Our special guest is Peg Luksik. Peg comes to us from the state of Pennsylvania and speaks on many topics, specializing in constitutional studies. Luksik and Jason E. High founded the Center for American Heritage, a non-profit dedicated to restoring America’s unique heritage. Initially through the use of one-day seminars named the American Heritage Academy, the Center is dedicated to teaching political activists and interested citizens about America’s history, the political process, and how to be an effective advocate for a return to limited government. Peg Luksik currently serves as chairman of Founded on Truth, an organization dedicated to rebuilding our culture based on the truths that founded America.
She entered the 1990 gubernatorial Republican primary election 6 weeks before election day and received 46 percent of the vote. Her highest vote total came in Pennsylvania’s general election for governor in 1994.