Sunday, October 31, 2010

Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Legal or Not?

ARRA News Service - RNC for Life Report: The battle over research on embryonic stem cells, which destroys human embryos, has been an up-anddown proposition, frequently in the news in recent weeks. First came a good court ruling, then a temporary reversal of that ruling, and now the limbo of waiting for a definitive ruling on the appeal.

On September 28, 2010 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit reversed the preliminary injunction issued by Chief Judge Royce Lamberth of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. on August 23. Judge Lamberth’s ruling had halted federal funding for embryo-destructive research. The reversal decision allows federal funding of embryo destructive research to continue until the case is decided.

Two scientists working on alternatives to controversial embryonic stem cell research filed the original suit, and Judge Lamberth’s ruling determined that the Obama administration’s funding violated the Dickey-Wicker law which bars federal taxpayer dollars being spent for research using human embryonic stem cells. The National Institutes of Health, however, maintained that the Dickey-Wicker measure only applied to creating new embryos for research purposes, but that research using existing embryos was not prohibited.

The Obama administration appealed Judge Lamberth’s ruling and on September 9, a three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court temporarily lifted the injunction, pending further consideration. The September 28 decision means that experimentation on embryos can continue as the original lawsuit works its way through the courts.

In the meantime, your tax dollars are paying for the destruction of pre-born human embryos, and a recent Rasmussen poll showed that only about one-third of those polled approve of using tax money to fund this research. The case is expected ultimately to end up at the United States Supreme Court, and given the recent addition of ultra-liberal Justice Elena Kagan, pro-lifers have reason to be concerned about the eventual decision.

Tags: embrionic stem cell research, pro-life, RNC, RNC for Life, US Courts, SCOTUS

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

I Am Voting For Life

I am Voting for Life

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Sunday, October 17, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Over 4,000 to be Mass Murdered Today!

Pro-Life News: 4,000 Americans will be killed by their mothers today. How do they do this? Why do they do this? It doesn't seem possible that in this great country women intentionally kill their children. The truth must be told so that America and mankind recognize we will only stop the killing when we acknowledge it is happening! Teens ages 13-19 are you looking for a way to get involved with the Pro-Life movement in a fun and powerful way? This is your chance! Teen Defenders is a united effort among teens all around the world. Teen Defenders will take part in various campaigns while having all its members educated activist. Many times withing the movement you will hear it is the younger generations that will make the impact our movement needs. With the resources and potential Teen Defenders has it will truly pave pathways for tomorrow. Teen Defenders is a project of Pro-Life Unity, and will be officially launched very soon. [video]

For more information please contact Pro-Life Unity's National Youth Director, Jake Dagel at  He also blogs at Jake Dagel . . . For the Silenced

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Tags: pro-life, abortion, teens, activism, pro-choice, planned parenthood, birth control, condoms

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Massachusetts Citizens for Life (MCFL) Endorsements for Candidates

The Massachusetts Citizens for Life (MCFL) State and Federal Political Action Committee (PAC) have announced their endorsements for State Senate and for State Representative in the November 2, 2010 elections.

Below is a summary of candidates in Greater Fitchburg area endorsed by the MCFL PAC:

For US Congress: Endorsement of William Gunn (R) for Congress in the First Congressional District. According to John Rowe, Chairman of the Massachusetts Citizens for Life Federal Political Action Committee, "Bill Gunn will vote in Congress to protect the most helpless among us. We will be urging our members to vote for Bill Gunn for Congress".

For State Senate: Worcester and Middlesex, Endorse: Neal Andrew Heeren (R)

For State Representative: Worcester County, Endorse:Kimberly N. Ferguson (R), STEPHEN L. DINATALE (D), Peter J. Durant (R), PAUL K. FROST (R), GEORGE N. PETERSON, JR. (R), Matthew A. Beaton (R), James F. Gettens (R), JOHN J. BINIENDA, SR. (D)

Recommend: Richard Bastien (R), Carolyn A. Kamuda (Unenrolled), (both are running in 2nd Worcester), Rodney Arvid Josephson (R), Kevin J. Kuros (R), Ryan C. Fattman (R)

To find out more about what district you are in Click Here and then enter your address. Then review your ballot.

To find out more about where the candidates stand on life Visit Massachusetts Citizens for Life (MCFL).

Lists of candidates endorsed by MCFL:
State PAC Announcement for State Rep
State PAC Announcement for Senate
Federal PAC Announcement for Bill Gunn

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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Pro-Life Conservative Women Changing the Face of Politics

by Catherine Snow, CitizenLink: The 25-year span of political dominance by pro-abortion women and political recruiter EMILY’s List may soon come to a close, as a record number of pro-life women vie for office. Whether it was the liberals’ attempt to destroy former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin during the 2008 election or the overreaching, abortion-driven agenda being forced on Americans by President Obama and the Democrat majority.

From U.S. House and Senate races to gubernatorial bids to state and local contests, two women in the Republican House leadership believe that 2010 will be a transformative year for conservative women in politics.

"GOOD REASONS TO VOTE" During an interview with National Review Online, U.S. Reps. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington state said:
"Women voters are fired up for this year’s election and will most definitely not be staying home on Nov. 2, and there are at least 146 good reasons for this.

"A record number of Republican women have sought federal office this year – 129 GOP women in House races and 17 in Senate races. In 1994, another record-breaking year, 91 Republican women ran for the House and 13 for the Senate. How can EMILY’s List say that the party is running women out when more and more women are running?

This is the year of the strong conservative woman, but because those women are overwhelmingly pro-life, EMILY's List clearly doesn't see them as good enough.
Rogers added that conservative women candidates are now a better reflection of the majority of American women:
"The type of women we are running – political outsiders who are moms, small-business women, women who up until recently never thought of running for office but were inspired to run because of the dangerous course (on which) President Obama and Speaker Pelosi are taking America — are threatening to the liberal special-interest groups who believe that to be a woman you must be a liberal and that conservative women candidates…must not only be defeated, but also branded as somehow anti-woman. This is absurd."
EMILY'S LIST-LESS ATTACKS - Liberal media pundits, along with pro-abortion politicians and activist groups, have denounced the veracity of what conservatives have coined as the "Year of the Conservative (Pro-Life) Woman."

Marjorie Dannenfelser, president and chief executive officer of the Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) – the pro-life movement's answer to EMILY’s List – said the number of pro-life women in this election cycle is turning into a referendum on abortion politics.

"EMILY's List is running scared –and it shows," Dannenfelser said."Clearly, in this 'Year of the Pro-Life Woman,' which Sarah Palin helped make possible, women have found their political voices. Pro-life "Mama Grizzlies' represent the majority of women across the country." . . . [Full Article]

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Go See "I Want Your Money" in Theaters On October 15

Bill Smith, Editor, ARRA News Service: A Movie You CAN'T Afford to Miss. This Friday October 15, I WANT YOUR MONEY Рthe highly anticipated, hilarious Obama expos̩ that everyone is talking about - will open in movie theaters nationwide.

If you’re tired of Obama’s big-government-tax-and-spend policies, YOU WILL LOVE THIS MOVIE! I WANT YOUR MONEY is a controversial new film about the competing economic visions championed by Presidents Reagan and Obama – a duel of speeches, wit, animation and narrative that leaves audiences laughing, cheering, yelling . . . and engages them in the national conversation about the mounting national debt, and why it matters. After all, IT’S YOUR MONEY THEY ARE SPENDING.

I screened this movie and then participated in two advanced showings of the film to two very different audiences. One in Washington, D.C and one in the Arkansas Ozark Mountains. The movie resonated with both audiences and it will resonate with a majority of people except for liberal elites. Although a documentary, the movie is interspersed with animated cartoons which allows the viewer time to absorb the material and to have a laugh while points are illustrated. Without these cartoons the movie would indeed be shorter, peoples blood pressure would be elevated, and their minds would have been overtaxed with the reality of the present situation.

There is also hope in this movie as the truth is shared about socialism which is destructive to individual freedoms and the well being of people. The words of Ronald Reagan share how capitalism, individual freedom and choice raises the economic well being of all people at all income levels. Audiences will find finds themselves cheering at the end movie when the "Gipper" takes on Barack Obama.

Take your family and friends to this movie. While the November elections are upon us, this movie will help prepare people for conversations with their elected officials after the elections. It is time to hold them accountable at all levels be it Federal, State, County or City. Remember, it is "your money," your family and friends' money and the money of future generations that the government is taking and wasting.

I Want Your Money includes insightful interviews with Newt Gingrich, Steve Forbes, Ed Meese, Mike Huckabee, John Stossel, Michael Reagan, Congressmen Tom McClintock, Thad McCotter and former California governor Pete Wilson, among many others, EXPLAINING CLEARLY WHY OBAMA’S PLAN HAS FAILED, AND WHAT WE NEED TO DO TO RECOVER.
Find A Theater Near You.
View the movie trailer.
Over 3.5 million people have watched the trailer so far!
- "Don't procrastinate, go to this movie and share what you learn with others!" - Bill Smith, ARRA News Service
- “A must see for Americans!” - Stephen Moore Wall St. Journal
- "Hilarious, highly informative and inspiring!" - MovieGuide
- “A great film; entertaining and very clever!” - Former Attorney General Ed Meese
- “This is not your usual (boring) political documentary. It’s engaging and funny, even as it conveys a serious message about economics and politics.” - Hans A. von Spakovsky, National Review
- “This film will make all American taxpayers laugh, think and, I hope, act to save our jobs, our economy and our future.” - Grover G. Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform
- “A Tea Party party!” - Kara Swisher, Wall Street Journal
- “Barack Obama meets Ronald Reagan, in the Oval Office!” - - Mark Tapscott, Washington Examiner
- "Ray Griggs' documentary I Want Your Money has achieved the impossible: making the federal government's insatiable appetite for the fruits of your labor both enlightening and entertaining." - U.S. Rep. Thad McCotter, Republican House Policy Committee Chairman
- “Why don’t politicians think like us when it comes to money? Watch I Want Your Money to find out -- and do it before the next election.” - Wendy Wright, President of Concerned Women For America
- "I Want Your Money exposes the venality of the Obama economic plan, but does so in a playful, lighthearted way. The result is that its humor is as devastating as its factual revelations." - Colin Hanna, Let Freedom Ring
- “A sobering yet humorous look at the damage we are doing to our country by shirking our moral responsibility on fiscal discipline. - Tony Perkins, FRC Action President
- “Where's the lefty documentarian Michael Moore? A young conservative Moore wannabe is out with new movie, I WANT YOUR MONEY-pretty good, too!” - Michael Medved, radio talk show host
- "I WANT YOUR MONEY is brilliant, entertaining and very funny. Responsible citizens of voting age should view I WANT YOUR MONEY as required viewing. - Pete Wilson, former Governor of California, US Senator
- “Visually inspiring, spiritually uplifting, bravely accurate and at times hysterically funny.“ - Kerri Houston Toloczko, Institute for Liberty
- “A concise, viewable history of how America got into its economic mess and what policies will free our country's citizens to prosper once again.” - David A Keene, President, American Conservative Union
- “Educational yet fresh and entertaining.“ - Darla Dawald, National Director of
Conservative friend and advocate for the movie Victor Vanden Oever provided promotional comments incorporated in this article.

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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Candidate Bill Gunn's Prolife Stance - MA Congressional candidate stands for life

Bill Gunn is running for Congress in the first congressional district of MA. This includes the Greater Fitchburg area. Mr. Gunn's website did not state his position on prolife vs. prochoice, so I wrote to him ask him where he stood. Below are excerpts from Bill Gunn's email in response to my questions about prolife issues.

"I believe every abortion is taking of a life. I do not believe the federal government has the authority to mandate states allow abortion; that being said, if we do not have a court willing to decree that abortion is denying a human being their right to life (and presently we do not), it is an issue better left to the states. That will necessarily decrease the number of abortions drastically. I will never vote to fund abortions or to further the practice. Planned Parenthood ought never be supported by the government. Parents should always be notified (permission required) for anything to do with their children."

Furthermore, I was pleasantly surprised when I asked if I could share this issue, that Mr. Bill Gunn responded "It really should be the norm for your representative to respond honestly to your questions. A candidate's answers should not change according to the group he is addressing. Please feel free to share my response with anyone."

Finally, I have written Congressman Olver in the past, and his voting record and his replies, show that he is definitely on the side of abortion. Let me say it another way, Congressman Olver is not just prochoice, he is proabortion.

Here is Bill Gun's website:

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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Big Government Health Care PSA

Catholic Vote Action: A parody PSA about Big Government and its plans to take over health care. A spoof of Will Ferrell's ad for [Video]

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