Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Those death pills for tiny humans in womb can be reversed.

I, Gloria Poole, RN, artist of Missouri, have complied these news snippets from my inbox of email sent to me to help publicize. I am numbering them for ease of reference. My public thanks to all prolife organizations and the news media for mainstreaming the prolife battle for the right to life for the humans in womb.

1) "At a press conference at 10 a.m. Feb. 23 in the Zengar Room at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Ms. Minichini will tell the story of how progesterone injections saved Gabriel’s life after she had taken the first of two abortion pills, and then had a change of heart. The press conference is being sponsored by Priests for Life and the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetrician-Gynecologists to call attention to the life-saving procedure and to a new “RU-486 Reversal Kit” now available to physicians."

2) La's Gov Bobby Jindal would be a wonderful a prolife President!

3) Mississippi is calling for volunteers to pray for 40 days at abortion clinics for GOD to close down abortuaries there:

4) Montana personhood may be on 2016 ballot:

5) Ohio's HR 69 "proposed by House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville), would outlaw abortion after a heartbeat can be detected in the fetus. That can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, a time before many people are aware they’re pregnant.

Violating the law would be a fifth-degree felony for the physician, and could result in up to a year in prison and a fine of $2,500."

And more on that subject : "With 50 co-sponsors, a renewed legislative effort to pass a much more restrictive ban on abortions appears to be a slam dunk in the 99-member Ohio House.

And if that wasn’t enough assurance, House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger is among the co-sponsors of the bill to outlaw abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, generally about six weeks into pregnancy."

6) Arizona's SB 1318 : "authored by Sen. Nancy Barto, R-Phoenix, would prohibit any health care exchange in Arizona from providing coverage for elective abortions.

Barto said the change would protect Arizona taxpayers, who she said overwhelmingly oppose abortion.

“I stand up for the most vulnerable and for my constituents that believe that their tax dollars shouldn’t go for these services,” she said.

7) Anti-life news from Idaho so you can know the enemy and protest] "Ken McClure, a lobbyist for the Idaho Medical Association, told lawmakers the IMA worked with anti-abortion groups to revise the proposal." so that it undoes what the lawmakers were trying to do, which was regulate drugs that kill preborn in womb.

8) Pregnant women can get an 3 dimensional doll made to the specifications of their ultrasound: "We use your 3D/4D ultrasound images or newborn baby pictures to create a unique artistic representation of your baby using the latest computer graphics and 3D printing technology."

9) Loiusiana Gov Bobby Jindal is wonderful hero of preborn humans; "Jindal had a 100-percent voting record during three years as member of the U.S. House of Representatives, according to National Right to Life, an antiabortion group. He has also signed into law a series of measures that have tightened restrictions on abortions in Louisiana since he became governor in 2008.

Americans United for Life says Louisiana has been the most antiabortion state during Jindal's tenure.

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10) Buy t-shirts declaring yourself to be the prolife generation;

11) Kansas HR 95 to protect humans in womb from dismemberment:

12) "Christian doctors across Canada are vowing to challenge the constitutionality of the requirement now being considered by the Saskatchewan medical profession that all its members be required to perform abortions or assist at suicides—or refer patients to other doctors who will.

“This is moral genocide,” Saskatoon emergency room doctor Philip Fitzpatrick says of the policy, already approved in principle without consultation with doctors or the public by the Saskatchewan College of Physicians and Surgeons."

13) I reported on this already but want to include it here also:

Prolife: 16 Feb 2015 About "Oklahoma's newly elected Senator James Lankford":

Lankford (R), who co-chairs the Congressional Prayer Caucus, told CNS News Feb. 11 that Congress should, in fact, disapprove the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act of 2014 signed into law by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser at the end of January. The local ordinance which would affect national organizations as well as local institutions based in the nation's capital is currently undergoing a 30-day review before being sent to Congress." the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act which "prevents religious institutions, faith-based employers and pro-life advocacy organizations in the District of Columbia from making employment decisions consistent with "their sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions about the sanctity of human life."Signatories to the letter included the Alliance Defending Freedom, the Family Research Council, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the National Association of Evangelicals and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. In total, 14 religious and pro-life organizations signed the Feb. 5 letter.

The groups also expressed concern about the Human Rights Amendment Act of 2014. The letter states the law violates the First Amendment and RFRA because it "requires religiously affiliated educational institutions to endorse, sponsor, and provide school resources to persons or groups that oppose the institutions' religious teachings regarding human sexuality."

Lankford's support of the groups comes as no surprise to some. In mid-January, the Congressional Prayer Caucus', co-chair and founding member, Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Va., touted Lankford's "staunch commitment to protecting the constitutional right of religious freedom," and his willingness to fight "for the ability of all Americans to freely exercise and live by their religious beliefs."


14) Photos of newborns as they emerge :

15) Baby born alive inside amniotic sac :

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