The debacle in the committee hearing room in Austin, Texas last week exposed the core of the problem with abortion. It all comes down to the humanity, and the God-given, unalienable, equal rights of the individual child, and whether or not the perpetrators who seek to slaughter them will be punished in the same way other murderers are dealt with under the law.
In other words, it all came down to the same things it came down to in front of the Supreme Court in 1973. Prior to Roe vs. Wade, Texas had unjust, immoral, unconstitutional laws on the books that deprived the unborn child of their equal rights, and punished their murderers differently, and much more leniently, than the murderers of those fortunate enough to have passed through a birth canal. Which, of course, provided the pretext the wicked Blackmun court needed to dehumanize, to depersonify, the unborn child. Which, of course, then led to the cold-blooded, premeditated murder of more then sixty million innocent, helpless, defenseless children.
And what was the response of Pro-Life, Inc., and their faithful minions in the Texas legislature when presented with a just, constitutional bill that would criminalize all abortions in their state? They were steadfast in their determination to make the exact same moral, constitutional, and legal error that led to Roe in the first place, even though more than 98% of the more than three hundred citizens who testified in front of their committee spent more than eight hours, late into the night, explaining to them in great depth, in exquisite detail, why doing this would be a gross violation of the most sacred obligations of their solemn oaths.
And the innocent blood continues to flow.
Tom Hoefling and Scott Mahurin to debate abortion abolition vs. regulation - Sat. March 30, 2019, 2 pm Central time - LIVE STREAM
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How our pro-life regulatory laws are helping Janey's baby right now in FL at 25 weeks gestation:
-- "Must be in a hospital." (Her abortionist doesn't care. He has hospital privileges just like any other Ob/Gyn. Janey's father, like most pro-aborts, would prefer to have it done in a safe, clean, professional location anyway. Oh, wait. Florida law just changed again and he can get back to late-term kills in his private office.)
-- "Must have a sono." (I've seen the sono. Janey's seen the sono. Her doctors have seen the sono. In fact, they all know it's a girl. The sono is what will give them the best info. to determine the most effective killing method and to guide the hands and tools of the abortionist.)
-- 24 week limit, unless for "health of the mother." (Easy-peasy. Get the mother to sign off that she'll have mental health problems after the birth or fudge the sono a bit. Exaggerate any medical history the mother has.)
-- "Must be performed by a licensed physician." (Does nothing. The abortionist is a licensed Ob/Gyn. Pro-aborts WANT a trained, licensed killer for their little ones.)
-- "Second physician must participate if baby is at viability." (Does nothing. Janey's daughter's potential abortionist has buddy-abortionists and they do not care about her viability.)
Let's say she was in a state that required:
-- Mandatory counseling about supposed "breast cancer risk." (That comes across to Janey -- a chain smoker -- like it comes across to you when you read on the Tylenol bottle that swallowing a pill for your migraine might cause liver damage.)
-- "Parental Involvement," if she was a minor. ("Parental involvement" is actually the problem here. Her father wants his grand daughter DEAD.)
-- "No dismemberment d&e while the baby's alive." (This is a real law that pro-lifers in Texas tried to pass. Easy work-around: stab the baby in the heart with poison, inducing a heart attack before dismembering.)
-- "No auctioning this baby girl's body parts." (Does nothing to help Janey's daughter from being butchered by two big bullies in the first place.)
-- "Must bury the baby." (Does nothing to prevent her potential dismemberment and murder today.)
-- "Defund Planned Parenthood/no taxpayer money for abortions." (Janey's father is flat-out volunteering to pay in full, and the abortionist is chipping in as well -- offering a steep discount to get his hands on Janey's child. If all else fails, the pro-aborts will just tap into their abortion charities to pay for it.)
Do you see how this game works?
It's similar to laws being passed to regulate rape!...
saying how, when, and where a rapist might commit his evil.
That's why you need to GET BEHIND Abolish Abortion Texas and similar initiatives in other states.
It is our Christian duty to love our tiniest of neighbors as ourselves by supporting efforts to pass laws that will restrain the sin of grandfathers and mothers like Janey and her father today.
June 7, 2018
News outlets say Iowa has passed “the nation’s strictest legislation,” that “bans most abortions.” One report called it a “total abortion ban.” Iowa’s fetal heartbeat bill, S.F. 359, supposedly prohibits abortions after six weeks. Upon signing the bill, Governor Kim Reynolds said, “I understand and anticipate that this will likely be challenged in court.”
Lawmakers welcomed the legal battle. Some said the law was designed to “take a run at” “overturning” Roe v. Wade.
Three years ago, another heartbeat law from North Dakota met defeat in the 8th Circuit, which covers Iowa. The Supreme Court declined to hear that case.
Supporters of the Iowa law say this time is different, because Antonin Scalia has been replaced by Neil Gorsuch. The junior justice, however, has indicated a respect for abortion precedent. In his U.S. Senate hearing, Gorsuch called Roe v. Wade “the law of the land,” and emphatically asserted its doctrine that “a fetus is not a person.” “That’s the law of the land,” insisted Gorsuch. “I respect the law of the land.”
Legal experts predict the Iowa heartbeat law will die in the courts at the hands of precedent. Since 1992, state-level abortion regulations have been judged by the “undue burden” test that sprang out of the Republican-led Rehnquist court in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. An undue burden, according to Casey, is a “substantial obstacle in the path of a woman seeking an abortion.” Based on that precedent, the Iowa heartbeat law “is likely to be struck down,” says Drake law professor Renee Cramer, because she said it prohibits abortion before most women know they are carrying a child.
But imagine that the Supreme Court hears the case, Gorsuch changes his view of precedent, and the majority sides with the heartbeat law. Is that a victory for life? Are babies now protected? Is Roe “overturned”?
The Iowa heartbeat law does not challenge Roe. It simply replaces one arbitrary standard with another. Even if the courts embrace the heartbeat law, we are no better off — perhaps we’re worse — and the destructive jurisprudence of Roe is left in place.
To be victorious against Roe and all its mischief, the Iowa law would have to go to the heart of the matter, which is not the heartbeat.
Iowa’s S.B. 359, now codified, cheapens life and enables abortion without restraint. Reports of a prohibition on “almost all abortions” are false. The heartbeat law is a mishmash of baseless exceptions and exploitable loopholes that effectively grant abortion to anyone willing to play around with a little paperwork. The whole ordeal can take place privately, without any accountability or consequence.
The rape and incest exceptions enable a woman to kill her child upon a bare, unsubstantiated report to her doctor. No trial, no adjudication is required. No due process is given the child. Authorities need not be involved. The supposed perpetrator can remain anonymous, and get away with the alleged “crime.” All the doctor has to do is say that the woman notified him within forty-five days of a claimed rape, and the baby can be killed up to twenty weeks. (Or later. Who would know?) For “incest,” one-hundred-forty days are granted to the woman to report the alleged incident to the doctor — again, without proof.
This is abortion without restraint. Not only are doctors allowed to fib on the paperwork without consequence, they suffer no penalty for bending the “rules” to commit an abortion on their own terms. (This is true of the Iowa heartbeat bill, even without the exceptions.) Mothers of the dead children are specifically exempt from prosecution — free to destroy their precious offspring and to lie.
But it gets worse. Not only do these loopholes discard the lives of children upon hearsay regarding the status of their fathers, but shockingly, the Iowa heartbeat law adds an exception that echos the first Nazi eugenics program, Aktion T4, which gave physicians godlike power over life and death.
By a provision targeted at killing the disabled, the Iowa code now empowers doctors to identify and then destroy any child in the womb they label “incompatible with life.” Although some outlets claim that this exception is designed to kill off babies who would die anyway, the superfluous exception is a violation of the right to life, by grotesque excuse. The label can be attached arbitrarily, without due process of law, to kill any baby and make the community complicit in euthanasia.
The Nazis called it administering Gnadentod (gracious death) to the incurably sick, whose lives were considered worthless. Technologies for mass-murdering these disabled victims later found implementation on a larger scale in the concentration camps. The T4 program emboldened the Nazis to violate the right to life, sanitize murder, and enable the wider Holocaust by the deadened conscience of a nation.
Similarly to the Iowa heartbeat law, the Germans labeled their “incurable” victims “Lebensunwertes Leben”: “life unworthy of life.”
Strangely, the Iowa law echos the Nazi program in another indefensible way. Now the euthanasia of Iowa babies with “fetal abnormalities,” along with the killing of babies of alleged rape and incest parentage, is codified as “medically necessary.”
Medically necessary? “Necessary” is a dangerous word to toss around in a code book. When the government uses that terminology for killing a child, you know we are walking in territory foreign to human rights.
By defining the lives of some children as “incompatible with life,” and codifying their killings as “medically necessary,” Iowa’s heartbeat law is a closer champion of eugenics than a foe of Roe.
Once Iowa determined to exempt some children from protection, none were safe. It’s an inevitable consequence.
But even supposing a heartbeat law exists without added exceptions, the bare proposition that we shall exclude the smallest babies from protection is an indefensible, man-made exception to the right to life. Detached from claim that we are all endowed with rights by our Creator, and due the equal protection of government in our lives, the “heartbeat” concept is intrinsically immoral.
The smallest human life must be protected because to do otherwise is an offense to God. “Thou shalt not kill,” said the Lord. For killing the “least of these,” we do it unto Him. (Matthew 25:32–46)
A heartbeat law, in any iteration, sanctions killing the “least.” When the “least” is your own offspring as a nation, and you have no heart for them, your land deserves the curses that come. (Malachi 4:6)
Even before the Iowa bill was amended with new exceptions, its arbitrary standard, like Roe, treated the smallest children as non-human beings, unworthy of equal protection and due process. The right to life was discarded for a doctor’s perception of “repetitive” and “rhythmic” contractions of the heart. Excluded, for no reason, are those children whose heartbeats aren’t detected — or, more accurately, weren’t “repetitive” or “rhythmic” enough to suit the abortion doctor, whose own heart is hardened against the womb-bound child.
Contrary to the hope that this is a worthy counter to Roe, the heartbeat standard is its regurgitation, lapped up again. (Proverbs 26:11) Rather than assert the right to life of every child, the heartbeat standard accepts the core error of Roe: that unborn persons are not due equal protection of the laws.
American government owes its existence to the unassailable truth that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights,” including the right to life. “To secure these rights,” equally among the weak and strong, the disabled and able-bodied, the young and old, “Governments are instituted among men.” Although our nation ignored the requirements of that universal principle in its tolerance and practice of slavery, over time the demands of justice prevailed. We ceased our infidelity, and renewed our vows to the Declaration of Independence.
Like the American slave system of bygone days, Roe v. Wade trampled underfoot the eternal, moral law of human equality. Rather than change course, the heartbeat standard follows Roe’s deadly footsteps, and treats the right to life as an uncertain right, to be bestowed by the whims of men. Substituted for equality is the counterfeit design of tyrants who treat human beings as unequal subjects, unendowed by God with fixed rights that are the only guard against an ever-shifting, capricious government.
In its invention of a trimester system that pretends to know which children shall live and which shall die, Roe presents an iniquitous favoritism. The heartbeat standard likewise assumes the lie that the right to life is variable and man-made — as if government can protect life for some and not others — and joins Roe in treating the unborn child as unequal to ourselves.
Beyond logic, many opponents of Roe claim to believe in the Declaration of Independence while they violate its precepts in such legislation as the Iowa heartbeat law. They claim to “save some,” by offering laws that explicitly and implicitly exclude others. But making a detectable heartbeat determinative of the right to life only joins Roe in creating a tool of arbitrary oppression. By discarding the smallest babies, heartbeat laws grant permission for their deaths. Even if the hidden intent was to de facto “ban” abortion without providing full protection, as some headlines supposed of the Iowa law, the abandonment of equality is not worth the price of clever obliqueness.
As soon as you abandon equality under the law, and you grant governmental permission to murder some of the babies, you have removed the basis for protecting any. Before you know it, those you aimed to protect are exposed to harm, because rights bestowed by government today are gone tomorrow.
Regulationists of abortion, who wish to “chip away” at Roe v. Wade rather than immediately apply the justice described in the Declaration, say that they have no choice but to compromise. Yet “compromise” suggests a gain for both sides.
But nothing is gained by the “pro-life” side when it crafts statutes that dehumanize the child, promote inequality, deny the God-given rights that our Declaration calls certain, embolden doctors to commit atrocities, and grant permission in our statutes to kill babies — as does the Iowa heartbeat law.
Due to its lack of restraint on human behavior, the Iowa heartbeat law does nothing but cover for abortion. At worst, it might be called a toothless fraud, or at best, an act of timidity.
To its sincere advocates, we might ask the scriptural question: shall we “do evil, that good may come?” Can injustice fight injustice? We should recall that the scripture commands, “Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.” (Romans 12:21)
And, “Depart from evil and do good.” (Psalm 34:14)
And, “Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only.” (James 1:22)
The great abolitionist Frederick Douglass said that one of the greatest obstacles to ending slavery was the “heresy” that “slavery will be abolished just when the Lord shall will its abolition.” That complacent attitude delayed slavery’s end and needlessly extended the suffering. “It is a delusion and a snare, to think that Almighty God will undertake for us any farther than we undertake for ourselves. His work is done: ours alone remains to be done,” wrote Douglass to The Liberator.
“When a slave, I used to pray that the Lord would give me freedom,” he recollected. “And I might have prayed in slavery until this time, had I not ‘prayed with my heels.’”
He added, “Our works must be consistent with our prayers, otherwise they are an abomination before God.” Douglass recalled this was an epiphany that led him out of bondage.
Frederick Douglass spoke of the delayed abolition of slavery in the West Indies. Everyone, even the noble-hearted William Wilberforce, thought immediate emancipation was impractical or undesirable. Douglass spoke of the principled change that enabled freedom:
"Gradual emancipation was the most ultra idea then broached; and though tame, insipid, and stale, it was at the first a terrible note to the slaveholder, as well as their abettors. It, however, lost its power to stir the souls of its friends, or disturb the fears of its foes. The cause languished. Everybody was in favour of gradual abolition, but no one was ready for action now. After twenty years of toil to promote gradual abolition, — the cause dragging heavily along — while those noble men were hesitating about what they should do to infuse spirit into the Anti-Slavery ranks, and to accomplish their noble purpose, a woman, with the head of a prophetess, and the heart of an angel, came to instruct and strengthen their faltering ranks. She taught that what is right, is reasonable; and that what ought to be done, can be done, and that immediate emancipation was the right of the slave, and the duty of the master. Her heavenly counsel was heeded. Wilberforce was converted. The agitation now went on with vigour. They organized committees, appointed agents, and sent forth lecturers into all parts of the country. They printed tracts, and circulated their views through the press in various ways, till they succeeded in impressing the public mind favourably to their objects, and created that tide of public opinion which demanded immediate and unconditional freedom to the West Indian slave." (Douglass, 1850 speech on West India emancipation)
“What ought to be done, can be done,” was the rallying cry that, according to Frederick Douglass, freed the British slave. Faith in righteous action — not half-way, toothless measures — has the power to stir souls against atrocity.
After nearly fifty years of American toleration of abortion, it is time to abandon the insipid, compromised delays of failed “pro-life” strategies. As with the original abolitionists, we must awaken to the right of the child to be protected, and the immediate duty of government to provide equal protection.
Frederick Douglass urged the American people to never let go of the principles that end injustice:
"I have said that the Declaration of Independence is the ring-bolt to the chain of your nation’s destiny; so, indeed, I regard it. The principles contained in that instrument are saving principles. Stand by those principles, be true to them on all occasions, in all places, against all foes, and at whatever cost." (“What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”, 1852)
A return to the saving principles of the Declaration — and nothing less — will bring about a swift end to the slaughter of our nation’s children.
After decades of diversion, American abortion has not ended — not because that prospect is impossible, but because the Declaration was abandoned by its friends, and the proper, constitutional means have sat on parchment, collecting dust.
Frederick Douglass argued the Constitution was sufficient to end slavery, even before the passage of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendments. The basis for that insight was that the Constitution can only be judged by its written text (which was anti-slavery, he said), and by its stated intentions — the interpretive text we call the preamble:
"We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America."
“Interpreted as it ought to be interpreted,” said Douglass, “the Constitution is a GLORIOUS LIBERTY DOCUMENT. Read its preamble, consider its purposes. Is slavery among them?”
Or, is abortion among them? No. A constitution intended to establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, all in united fashion for ourselves and our posterity, has no baby-killing agenda.
At the outset, the Constitution explicitly states it is written for posterity: our nation’s children. Every clause expresses that warm affection. The founders knew that fully establishing justice was a future gift to be enjoyed by future generations — if the previous generations would stay the course.
But if the Constitution was intended to destroy posterity, to spill the blood of tiny babies, to forfeit the life of the most vulnerable child, to make Americans into selfish brutes who curse and kill their children, the document would have left no doubt.
“Be it remembered that the Constitution nowhere forbids a colored man to vote,” said Douglass in 1860. Likewise, be it remembered that the Constitution nowhere forbids a child to live.
Interpreted as it ought to be interpreted, the Constitution is a glorious life-protecting document. Our error today is that we have mistaken the opinions of judges for law.
Frederick Douglass contrasted the American form of government with that of Great Britain, which relies on court precedent (case law) to settle modern problems by old conventions. The British system has no written constitution, so its precedent is law. The United States, on the other hand, has a written Constitution that binds all of government to its purposes, and cedes no lawmaking power to the courts:
"What, then, is the Constitution? I will tell you. It has no vague, indefinite, floating, unsubstantial, ideal something, colored according to any man’s fancy, now a weasel, now a whale, and now nothing. On the contrary, it is a plainly-written document, not in Hebrew or Greek, but in English, beginning with a preamble, filled out with articles, sections, provisions, and clauses, defining the rights, powers, and duties to be secured, claimed, and exercised under its authority. It is not even like the British Constitution, which is made up of enactments of Parliament, decisions of courts, and the established usages of the government. The American Constitution is a written instrument full and complete in itself. No court in America, no congress, no president, can add a single word thereto, or take a single word therefrom. It is a great national enactment done by the people, and can only be altered, amended, or added to by the people." (Douglass, 1860 debate in Scotland)
“I repeat,” said Douglass, “the paper itself, and only the paper itself, with its own plainly-written purposes, is the Constitution.”
Neil Gorsuch was right to pledge respect for “the law of the land.” But he forgot to read his Constitution. “The law of the land” that Gorsuch swore to uphold is not Supreme Court rulings or precedent.
Gorsuch swore allegiance to that Constitution, and to the impartial administration of justice. Articles I and II make clear that courts are not empowered with the ability to create law, or to apply “case law.” (As in Great Britain.) No oath imposes allegiance to Roe v. Wade nor does the Constitution allow court precedent to be treated as “the law of the land.” The U.S. Constitution has that supreme title, and it does not countenance the taking of innocent human life, only its protection.
Above other governments in recorded history, our government was dedicated to the loftiest and purest of purposes. Ours was made to defend the defenseless, and to secure a blessed land for our children. Ours was not designed to create a nation of baby-killing barbarians. Ours was not designed to make us captives of courts. Unlike every nation that came before, our government belongs in our hands, with a written constitution that justly secures the God-given rights of all.
What can be done about Roe v. Wade? Elect officials who will ignore it, check and balance the judiciary, uphold their oath to the Constitution, enforce equal protection for posterity, and stop making laws that conform to Roe’s deadly standard.
If not to protect the weakest among us, why have a government?
In terms of God's law, what the founders of our republic called 'the laws of nature and nature's God,' ABORTION IS ALREADY ABOLISHED. His strict command, 'you shall not murder,' contains no exceptions based on the age of the victim, or anything else. No murder means no murder, period.
Our founders rightly asserted this as self-evident truth in our national charter, the Declaration of Independence. All men are CREATED equal, and are endowed by their Creator, from the moment of their creation, with the unalienable right to live. 'That to secure these rights," starting with the right to life, 'governments are instituted among men...' Fundamentally, abortion is a coup d'etat against legitimate government, which means that ABORTION IS ALREADY ABOLISHED.
In terms of all of the stated purposes of our Constitution, the supreme law of our land, ABORTION IS ALREADY ABOLISHED. Among other things, that great document exists, it says, to 'establish justice,' and to 'secure the Blessings of Liberty to our Posterity.' Nothing is more unjust than to murder somebody. And you can't secure Blessings to a Posterity you've annihilated.
And the Fifth and the Fourteenth Amendments to that Constitution absolutely require equal protection under the law for the right to life of every innocent person, in every state in the Union. No exceptions.
Abortion is completely immoral and absolutely unconstitutional. Therefore it is NOT legal. It is ALREADY ABOLISHED.
Courts have no legitimate jurisdiction to violate the natural moral law or to violate the Constitution. They also have no constitutional authority to make laws. So, in terms of any involvement by the judiciary in this life and death matter, ABORTION IS ALREADY ABOLISHED. Any court opinion to the contrary is a legal nullity. That means it does not exist, in the true legal sense.
So, what does that leave that needs to be abolished? State and federal code sections that in any way grant governmental permission to abort/murder babies. In other words, almost all of what has been put into the statutes, at both the state and the federal levels of government, by regulationist "pro-life" Republicans over the course of the last half century. Any code section that, in effect, ends with 'and then you can kill the baby.'
Finally, more than anything else, what is absolutely necessary is that we put men and women in executive offices who will actively provide equal protection for the right to life of every innocent person, as their solemn oaths require. In other words, executive officers who will again put God's law, and the natural law, and our Constitution, into practical effect, no matter what lawless judges, or oath-breaking legislators, choose to say or do.
Abortion regulationism will never "overturn Roe," because it consistently imitates Roe, and molds itself to Roe, and to the false notion that the judiciary is all-powerful. Truly, Republicans think they can do Roe better the Democrats. Which I guess makes sense, since Roe was decided by a heavily Republican court in the first place.
Hold all proposed "pro-life" legislation and public policy up to the light of "You shall not murder," and ""No person shall be deprived of life without due process of law," and "No State shall deprive any person of life without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
If the proposed legislation or public policy fails the equal protection test, which is absolutely demanded without exception by God and the U.S. Constitution, reject it.
If a candidate for public office, any public office, does not understand the absolute requirement by God and the U.S. Constitution that the equal rights of all persons be protected, reject their candidacy. They can't possibly keep the most important obligations of their sacred oath.
As our national charter, the Declaration of Independence, boldly, correctly, asserts, the protection of our God-given, unalienable, individual rights, starting with the supreme right, the right to live, is the very raison d'etre, or reason for being, of all legitimate human government.
This understanding, especially by those who call themselves Christians in America, is the starting point for ending the abortion holocaust in America once and for all.
There is no other starting point.
By the way, it must be noted that none of my opponents for the presidency on November 8th have demonstrated a thorough understanding of, and commitment to, the crucial things I've said here today.
“I might inform those humanitarians who have a nightmare of new and needless babies (for some humanitarians have that sort of horror of humanity) that if the recent decline in the birth-rate were continued for a certain time, it might end in there being no babies at all; which would console them very much.”
-- G.K. Chesterton
Regulationist abortion bills are virtually all codified violations of "you shall not murder," "we hold these truths to be self-evident," and "no person shall be deprived of life without due process of law."
The regulationists assure us that they are "saving some," but in fact their God-less, faithless, immoral, unconstitutional, Utilitarian "strategy" has instead, for more than forty years now, accomplished absolutely nothing except to assure the continuation of abortion on demand, for the very simple reason that these lawless bills intrinsically surrender the only real moral, constitutional and legal argument against murdering babies, which is EQUAL PROTECTION for the supreme God-given, unalienable right, the right to live.
A "clear and present danger" to the United States is something that immediately threatens the lives, the liberty, the property, the sovereignty, the security, or the borders of our country, and therefore requires immediate, energetic action to remedy.
There are currently several things that represent such a threat. The first on the list is the practice of human abortion. TODAY, once again, more than 3000 innocent children - more people than were killed by the terrorists on 9-11-2001 - will be slaughtered by the abortionists.
The second most pressing immediate danger to our country is the continued flow of foreign nationals over our open borders. Every couple of days the equivalent of the manpower for an army division is invading our country.
If elected president, meeting and neutralizing these threats will be my top two priorities.
Since 1984 the Republican Party platform has contained language that recognizes the moral principles of the Declaration of Independence as they apply to unborn babies, and that the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection requirement applies to those innocent children.
Sadly, four years ago, under the leadership of a longtime attorney for National Right to Life, the GOP platform committee drafted, and their convention approved, language in support of a laundry list of immoral, unconstitutional regulatory bills which completely contradict the good 1984 Reagan-era language.
And, little has changed inside the GOP, or in NRTL - which is little more than an arm of the GOP anyway - in the intervening four years.
So, you can bet your bottom dollar that this year in Cleveland they will continue to be the party of immoral, unconstitutional self-contradiction and hypocrisy, not the party of abortion abolition and justice.
The first reason human government exists is to protect the God-given, unalienable, individual, equal right to live.
This is the first reason the presidency of the United States exists.
This is the first reason the Congress of the United States exists.
This is the first reason the courts exist.
This is the first reason the state governments, in all their parts, exist.
This is the first obligation of every individual who takes the oath of office to support and defend the Constitution of the United States.
And it is an obligation not only to the born, but to those who still reside in their mother's wombs, and to our Posterity.
Stop acting like this is optional. Stop voting for any candidate who does not fully understand this, and who has not credibly demonstrated a full commitment to restoring equal protection for every innocent person in this country, from their creation until natural death.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are CREATED EQUAL, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men..."
-- The Declaration of Independence
The practice of human abortion destroys the God-endowed, natural unity of the mother and the child, in the most violent way possible.
But it also destroys the unity of the parents, and the unity of the family, and the unity of the community, and the unity of the nation. which means that it destroys the first stated purpose of the U.S. Constitution, the supreme law of our land.
Which, of course, means that it always has been, and is, illegal. Don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
By the way, abortion destroys all of the other clauses of the stated purposes of our Constitution as well.
"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
-- The Preamble, or Statement of Purpose, of the United States Constitution
Without an accurate sense of proportion you can't have a decent view of what should be the priority, and if your priorities are askew your best efforts, no matter how well-intended, will be diffused and wasted. So, ask yourself the question: What is the greatest evil of our age, the one thing that is destroying America more than anything else? The obvious answer is: The daily denial of equal protection and due process for the supreme God-given, unalienable right, the right to live, of innocent, helpless, defenseless little children in our country. Nothing else even comes close. Thousands more are being slaughtered TODAY. Restore respect for the rights of the preborn children, not just in words, but in fact, and you will be well on the way to restoring the foundations for American justice, American peace, security, and prosperity, and the American claim to republican, constitutional self-government in liberty. Fail to do this, and America will continue its inevitable slide into the abyss.
I see that the new governor of Kentucky, Matt Bevin, has ordered the closing of a Planned Parenthood abortion mill. What is his stated reason for doing so? Their paperwork isn't in order. They don't have their LICENSE, or permission slip, from the state, to dismember and destroy children.
So, if a governor can close an abortion mill for lack of appropriate paperwork, why on earth can't he shut it down for MASS MURDER?
Why can't he shut it down for violating the most important fundamental principles of our republic, the principles upon which our very claim as a people to liberty are premised?
Why can't he shut it down for the gross violation of every clause of the stated purposes of the United States Constitution?
Why can't he shut it down for the gross violation of the explicit due process and equal protection requirements of that Constitution?
Why can't he shut it down for the gross violation of the explicit equal protection requirements of the Kentucky constitution?
Why can't the President of the United States shut down every abortion "clinic" in America, for such egregious violations of the supreme law of our land, a supreme law that he himself has sworn an oath before God to support and defend?
The answer, of course, is that our chief magistrates, our governors of any and all of our states, or the President, could shut them down in a day, if they only had the will to do so.
I repeat: We can end the slaughter of the innocents, if we only have the will.
Please read the following article.
Tom Hoefling: "I will close every abortion clinic in America"
The #1 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
1. Americans continue to turn away from God and His Word.
The #2 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
2. Americans continue to turn away from our historic understanding of the laws of nature and nature's God, which are the foundation of our claim to liberty, as was spelled out so eloquently in our national charter, the Declaration of Independence.
The #3 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
3. Americans continue to ignore all of the stated purposes of the U.S. Constitution, every clause of which is violated by the practice of human abortion.
The #4 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
4. Americans continue to ignore the explicit, imperative equal protection and due process requirements of the supreme law of our land, the Constitution, as laid out in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, as well as in the constitutions of all of our States.
The #5 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
5. Americans continue to be deceived by the judicial supremacist lie, the belief that judges are somehow constitutionally-authorized to make laws, or veto laws, when nothing could be further from the truth.
The #6 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
6. Christians and others who call themselves "pro-life" continue to support an immoral, unconstitutional "strategy" that surrenders the principles of God-given, unalienable rights and equal protection under the law, thereby guaranteeing the continuation of abortion on demand.
The #7 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
7. Christians continue to support for public office candidates who have no moral commitment to the keeping of their sacred oath to provide equal protection to every innocent person, including the innocent unborn child.
Reason #7 is the summing up of why abortion on demand continues in 2016 America.
I tell people I'm running for President and they say, "Are you serious?" And I tell them, yeah, I'm very serious. Thousands of innocent, helpless little kids are going to be slaughtered in America again today under the color of "law," even though we live in a republic that was, from its inception, to borrow Lincoln's phrase, "dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal."
And then I tell them another very important, very serious fact, which is that it is a dead certainty that NONE of the Republicans who are running are at all serious about ending the carnage. Each and every one of them is a self-admitted regulationist, not an abolitionist. They have communicated that to us very clearly by means of the immoral, unconstitutional, "and then you can kill the baby," bills that they support.
Come on. Stop trying to regulate a holocaust.
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