Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Abortion is Murder, 9-7. October 2, 2011

Formerly Stop the Killing of Young People (skyp) and soon, perhaps, Stop Killing Preemies

October 2, 2011 Vol. 9 No.7
PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603
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John Dunkle, Editor

Abortion is Murder, a weak, pathetic response to baby murder, is sent out at least once a month. If the gestapo hasn’t jailed you for defending the innocent realistically, you either have to tell me you want it or go to the website. Faxes and emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs, $100 for others.
Because I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect those being tortured to death, I want to hear from people who’ve been forceful. I’d also like to hear from those prolifers and pro-deathers who call force violence.

Prisoners for Christ:

1. Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180, USP McCreary, P.O. Box 3000, Pine Knot, KY 42635
2. Gibbons, Linda, Vanier WDC, 655 Martin St., P.O. Box 1040, Milton, ON, Canada L9T 5E6
3. Griffin, Michael 310249, 5914 Jeff Ates Rd., Milton, FL 32583-0000
4. Jordi, Stephen 70309-004, FCI P.O. Box 33, Terre Haute IN 47802 6/30
5. Knight, Peter James, P.O. Box 376, Laverton, Victoria, Australia
6. Kopp, James 11761-055, USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, 3057 Easton Tpk., Waymart, PA 18472
7. Little, David SJRCC, 930 Old Black River Road, Saint John, NB E2J 4T3
8. Moose, Justin 27494-057 FCI Talladega, P.O. Box 1000, Talladega, AL 35160
9. Richardson, Alonzo Lee 12898-021, FCI Pollock Federal Correctional Institution, P.O. Box 4050, Pollock, LA 71467
10. Roeder, Scott P. 65192, PO Box 2, Lansing Kansas 66043
11. Ross, Michael, Custer County Jail, 1010 Main St., Miles City, Montana 59301
12. Rudolph, Eric 18282-058 US Pen. Max, Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500
13. Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A, P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093 3/31
14. Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, United States Penitentiary, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg PA 17837

Even though it’s a shameful sin to abandon defenseless victims to their attackers, it’s a far worse sin when you attempt to pass the blame for that sin onto God by claiming that’s what he wanted you to do. And that’s precisely what so many people have done with their rejection of God’s clear and sensible instructions to defend the defenseless, and with their pretenses and fake excuses for rejecting those instructions. Pride is a terrible thing when it leads you to deny your own sin and instead say that God sinned. Peter James Knight

Readers, I‘m interrupting the sequence of these newsletters to bring you the following:

Dear All: In recent months I've been sending some of my screeds to my brother Tim. His name is John Timothy Hughes, but there are so many named John Hughes in our family (dating from my great grandfather who emigrated from Ireland at the height of the potato famine in 1848) we called him Tim. Since moving to Colorado, he uses John. I still call him Tim, as does my older brother Leo and people who knew Tim growing up in Fort Pierre, South Dakota.
You will find Tim's "take" on things is reasoned and based on personal experiences, even though he has little formal education. He attended the Black Hills State Teachers College for a short time, but left to get married and raise a family. He self-taught himself the profession of upholstery, in which he succeeded, but he lives on 40 acres of cactus and rattlesnakes halfway between Colorado Springs and Pueblo. His marriage broke up (so Tim shares that experience with many of you) and his wife then married an ex-army sergeant who was abusive to Tim's ex-wife only daughter, Tara, so Tim got custody of Tara. Tim has always been politically alert. From that, he has become interested in interacting with the Hispanic community in Pueblo. This consists mostly of teaching Hispanic teens (mostly girls, the boys haven't yet learned the importance of education) in how the American economy works. One of his projects is teaching them how to build and decorate bird houses, which he plans to take to realtors and other small businessmen in the area as a free "sweetener" to close business deals.
Tim believes the Federal Income Tax is unconstitutional, so for many years he refused to pay it. This led to the IRS putting a lien on any property Tim acquired, so he went through most of his life with no assets, until he negotiated an agreement with IRS. So Tim is a man of some convictions and is willing to pay the price to uphold them. I have something in common with that, with my conviction that the Roe v. Wade ruling allows the entire next generation of Americans to be wantonly murdered, and spending time in jails and prisons in six states to demonstrate my opposition.
Tim, Leo, and I were raised in the Roman Catholic faith. It "took" with all three of us, but in different ways. What saddens us all is that our children (9 in all) have wandered away from what I am convinced is by far the best and most fully documented explanation for human origins and destiny available to us. In that conviction, I've been largely self-taught. Tim and his wife sent their three children to Catholic schools, paying tuition that taxed their incomes, with no discernible benefit from it. All three of us raised our families at a time when the Catholic Church was near schism as serious as that with the Protestant Reformation. It has been spared repeating that experience due to the efforts of three remarkable Popes, Paul VI (Italian), John Paul II (Polish), and Benedict XVI (German), all three having lived through the Nazi terror and rise of Communism in these three countries so essential to the success of the Church in evangelizing Europe (reaching out to Latins, Slavs, and Germans). I could add Celts in Ireland and Britain.
Since Vatican Council II, the Church has been bedeviled (and that's the right word) with the scandals of homosexual predatory priests sodomizing altar boys and most priests giving Holy Communion to militantly pro-abortion "Catholic" politicians, all with the passive consent of their bishops. I cannot believe that these bishops can continue to believe in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist (a doctrine taught forcefully by Jesus Christ Himself). They can for a time, I think, but not for long. It is too much of a contradiction between their duties and their behavior. Altar boys are RIGHT THERE kneeling in front of them during Mass waiting to be sodomized, and pro-abortion zealot politicians are RIGHT THERE in front of them waiting for Holy Communion. My guess is that some 70 percent of bishops no longer believe in the Real Presence (I have a short essay backing up that view if any of you want to read it). Once a Catholic no longer believes in the Real Presence, he not only stops being a Catholic, he stops being a Christian.
So these bishops stopped emphasizing the "hard" teachings of Jesus Christ in Catholic education of children in Sunday School classes and attending Catholic schools, and also when these children entered Catholic colleges and universities, and even among all Catholics who still attend the Catholic Mass. The seeds of this rebellion had to exist before Vatican II, since the leaders of the revolt were priests, bishops, and theologians before Vatican II, when the Roman Catholic Church was experiencing what seemed to be a "Golden Age" at the time (Kennedy's election as US President, etc.). They thought they could use Vatican II to take over the Church; otherwise they would have left, like Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Henry VIII, and formed their own churches. They didn't succeed because of these three remarkable Popes, but they very nearly succeeded and their dirty work has caused a widespread loss of faith among Catholics, as evidenced in the children of me and my brothers. In the meantime they continue to collect their Church salaries ("How convenient" Charles Swithinbank would say).
As an example, Bev and I both taught Sunday School at St. Mary of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church in Orono, Maine, where the University of Maine is located. I taught "conscience" to junior high school students.
The soft-cover book I was given, from the bishop's office, taught "conscience" using six stages of conscience formation according to Lawrence Kohlberg, a secularized Jewish atheist from Harvard who committed suicide. At the end, it mentioned Jesus Christ and tried to fit His teaching into Kohlberg's categories. I went through Kollberg's six stages, closed the book, opened the Bible, and said to my class, "That's all you need to know about Kohlberg's treatment of conscience (Stage 1: The carrot and stick approach in the home. Stage 2: Peer pressure in the schools. Stage 3: community standards, including Jim Crow in the South. Stage 4: Patriotism, my country right or wrong. Stage 5: A citizen of the world dedicated to "saving the planet" from human abuses. Stage 6: I alone decide what's right and wrong, just as Adolf Hitler did). For the rest of this course, we're going to examine conscience based on Moses' Ten Commandments (from Mount Sinai) in the Old Testament and Christ's Nine Beatitudes (the Sermon on the Mount) in the New Testament. That gives you all you need to know about conscience." The priest at St. Mary's sat in on some of my classes but said nothing. Then he was replaced by a new priest who cut me out of the small group of Sunday School teachers. No explanation given and none asked for by me. Since then Catholic Churches have closed all over Maine.
Comments? Terry Hughes

Terry, your analysis prompts me to go public with what I think about Catholics and Protestants.
I don't want to create a rift between me and you and the rest of my Catholic allies in this battle. But I can't help but point out what makes me as a Protestant incapable of trusting the Catholic church as an institution and other Catholics when they do make trusting a Catholic Pope the binder of their conscience.
You summarized your analysis below of recent Catholic skullduggery by saying, "They [the apostasizers] didn't succeed because of these three remarkable Popes, but they very nearly succeeded and their dirty work has caused a widespread loss of faith among Catholics, as evidenced in the children of me and my brothers."
And it is right there on the matter of the Pope's authority to bind the conscience of Catholics that has the potential not only for rift but for an unbridgeable chasm to be created between you and me. Take Pius VII for example. Whereas Pius VI was willing to fight Napoleon and his secular thinking to the death, Pius VII turned the previous Pope's faithful willingness to give his life in service to the Lord into the Concordat of 1801 because protecting the institution and property of the French and European Catholic Church was Number Seven's obvious goal.
And that happened at a critical moment in history when the world was being tempted to totally abandon any foundation for government forthrightly based on the will of the Creator as had been declared in either the Divine Right of Kings or the Declaration of Independence from America's Revolution.
In exactly the way Eugenio Pacelli, Hitler's Pope, found a way to sanction Hitler so Hitler wouldn't focus on the German Catholics as disloyal to him, Catholic Pope's have been willing to surrender the hard battle for this world's turf to the enemy, and in our generation that means millions of the most vulnerable people among us.
The dots between the French Revolution, to Napoleon, to the Russian Revolution, to Hitler are easily connected by me. And every dot is connectible in history because the Creator is not fought for in government anymore. Much, if not most, of that confusion about God's role in government can be traced to the Catholic Pope's willingness to see the perpetuation of the Catholic institution as tantamount to the perpetuation of the Body of Christ.
And it's still happening today. That's why the Catholic led pro-life movement is nothing more than a toothless old hag with empty saggy dugs incapable of protecting the least of God's children.
I don't trust the Popes and won't trust them because they carry the seed of a conscience binding lie, namely, that there is a man or a man's interpretation of reality that God gives to tell me what God says. Lord Holy Ghost using Holy Scripture to guide me was given that role on earth for me. If the Lord Jesus Christ returns and proclaims Himself a Roman Catholic Pope, I'll kiss His Ring. Or if someone other than Jesus Christ who is elected Pope happens to get filled with the Spirit and tells me what God says, I pray I'll have no problem marching with him in every way a man can march. But I'll never admit that just because he has some kind of office on earth that means I'm supposed to follow his orders when he ignores or contradicts what Lord Holy Ghost tells me to do in Holy Scripture. The Lord Jesus Christ will never do that.
Were I to think some man presently among us it to tell me what God says, I'd be like the rest of the Protestants who think because the Supreme Court says something, I've got to believe it's true, even if it's a lie.
Obviously I'm not only a Protestant but some variety of Protestant who's hard to define in even Protestant denominational enclosures.
So the point is, from my point of view our alliance in fighting for the lives of unborn babies has nothing to do with our denominational enclosures but everything to do with the fact that we walk together--in this battle at least--in the Holy Spirit of God. Brother, my heart's desire and my fervent prayer is that nothing on earth or in heaven or hell separate us from walking together because I admire more than I can find words to say the battle you have waged for the least of God's children, and because this battle is to the death and whatever other questions that could be raised between us are literally irrelevant until we see whether God wants us to survive this battle.
Make sense? Neal Horsley

Glad this came up. The idea that the pope can "bind" us on anything but the Gospel is called Papolotry. Novus Ordo Catholics, as opposed to Traditional ones, believe that every fart and burp coming from the Pope is Dogma - as examples: the horror of interfaith prayer at Assisi (getting together with devil worshippers, Hindus, Buddhists etc.) is actually defended by these Catholics.

His allowing women to read at the altar; John Paul's "baptizing" of evolution; I can, and may later, go on and on. As a Traditional Catholic I "Resist him to the face".

He is only "infallible" when he defends the teachings of the Apostles. Otherwise, he is as infallible as I am.

I know there's much more that concerns you; I would be glad to answer your questions. Helen Westover

Actually, Helen, there really isn't any concern I know of except the one you clarified for me. If Martin Luther's Pope had had as much Holy Ghost Power as you, we probably would all still be Catholics like Paul and Peter and the rest of the Saints were. I believe we are in Christ together and praise His Holy Name, waiting expectantly to see what He'll do to work us together for good. Neal Horsley

I like this discussion and agree with Terry even though most of the people I respect – Rev. Don Spitz, Neal Horsley, Rev. Michael Bray, Randall Terry, Shelley Shannon, Joan Andrews, Jim Kopp, and others – are not Catholic.

I’d like to join the discussion with this message I give my children, and my grandkids when they enter high school and I take over their religious education:


God (Jehovah, G_d, Yahweh, The Word, Allah, the Creator, etc.) created the universe probably a long time before he created the first people, Adam and Eve. Adam and Eve lived happily with one caveat: they had to obey God. They did not, and they and we, their descendants, were plunged into this "vale of tears," with pain, death, treachery, and ignorance part of our lot.
God chose one of Adam's descendants, Abram (changed to Abraham), to begin a line of people through whom he would reveal himself again to humanity. This line is therefore known as "The Chosen People." They are also called Israelites after Abraham's grandson Jacob whose name was changed to Israel. God said that from this Chosen People he would send a savior who would return to us the power to regain what had been lost through the actions of Adam and Eve; i.e., eternal life with him in heaven. And he did send a savior, Jesus Christ, his only son. Many Israelites accepted this savior. At first they were called “The Way.” (from “the way, the truth, and the life”). Later, most Israelites accepted him and then became known as Christians, followers of Christ. Non-Israelites were invited to become Christians and many of them did too. That is why The Chosen People came to be called Christians rather than Israelites.
Christians increased in number because Christ had told them to gather in everyone. To do this, early Christians traveled all over the world and then also became known as Catholics – “catholic” means universal, or everywhere. The "Catholic/Christian/Israelite" Church is located everywhere.

Right from the beginning people believed different things about Jesus. Some said he was a phony, even a devil; others said he was a good man but not God, or that he was God but not a real man. They also believed different things about what he did. Some said he established a Church to carry on his work and chose Peter to lead it; others denied this. Some said he made his mother, Mary, a special human being; others said she was just like you and me. There were arguments over Peter's successors, Baptism, consecration, the Holy Spirit, celibacy, gender roles, One God and the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), and on and on.
Gradually the truth was, and is, proclaimed. False beliefs are called heresies. During the first six or seven hundred years of the Church's existence, every heresy you can think of was examined and rejected. Only the truth was retained. Who rejected error and retained truth? The Holy Spirit did. When Christ established his Church, he said the Holy Spirit would protect it from error.
Although most heresies attract few people and soon die, some lead to schisms. That means they pervert large numbers of people and are still around today.
The first schism was Talmudic or Rabbinic Judaism. Some Israelites did not accept Christ. They said he was a fake. These people are called Jews and are still awaiting the messiah.
The next was started a little after 500 AD by a man from the Middle East named Muhammad. Although Muhammad did not believe Jesus was a fake, he did not believe he was God (Allah), either, but just another in the long line of prophets starting with Abraham. (Muhammad borrowed the belief that Jesus was not God from the Arians, heretics but not schismatics.) Muhammad called himself God's greatest prophet. His followers are called Muslims.
Around 1000 AD came Orthodoxy. This schism started because some Catholics rejected the successors of Peter as Christ's voice on earth. The Orthodox retain most other Church teachings.
Number four on our list is Protestantism, which Fr. Luther started about 1500 AD. The first Protestants were also Catholics who rejected Peter's successors. Over the years they have rejected many other Church teachings.
The 2000 AD schism is modernism. Some modernists reject this or that truth, or these and those, and some reject everything, even the reality of God/G_d/Yahweh. I have heard modernism called the worst schism because it’s a mix of every heresy that’s ever existed.
Notice that these schisms occur about every five hundred years. By allowing false beliefs to become entrenched God is showing us again, as he did with Adam and Eve and others before Christ, how easily we Catholics, The Chosen People, can lose sight of him. He demands recognition. When we fail to recognize him adequately, horror, including sometimes schism, follows. John Dunkle

John, your schism analysis brings out this truth: Christ Jesus has One Body, not two, not three, not eleven gazillion. I am a member of that Body and those who fight with me to defend the lives of the least of God's children are members of that Body too, members of His Body even if they don't know they are, and especially if they know they are, because they walk in the Spirit of Christ. Either that is true, or nothing that I know, or believe, or am, is real and true, and this is all a dream. Or should I say a nightmare? Neal Horsley

As a single mother, with a demented ex, I decided to bankrupt myself sending my kids to Catholic schools. Thinking they were learning what I learned, bible and doctrine, I once asked my son what they were learning in religion class. He replied, "Be kind, and don't litter."
They learned nothing of Our Lord (except that He was PC all the way), scripture, moral doctrine, nothing. I like to say that they got just enough to inoculate them against the Faith.
Since I became a Traditionalist (I totally reject Vatican 2 and the wreckage it wrought), I'm beginning to get their attention. One of my daughters goes to the Old Mass, and has a personal relationship with His Majesty. I'm still working on the other two. Helen Westover

Prolifer Kortney Gordon was killed in a car accident in Georgia.

To date, little national attention has been focused on the fact that one of the most aggressive, most effective, most faithful pro-life leaders in the nation was killed this week. The short news story pictured below on the Macon Telegraph web site is all the press I've seen this story receive to date.
I realized that the story of Kortney's death was intended by God to be a signal event when I saw that the news did not report the fact that along with Kortney her baby was also killed. The news story omitted that fact because her baby could not be officially reported to be alive because her baby was still in her womb, thus it could not be reported to now be dead like her mother.
The paradox of Kortney having spent most of her life trying to fight for the lives of unborn babies, then having her own baby killed without one word being reported by the news media in this country made me focus hard on what Kortney's death in Georgia is supposed to mean to me and the rest of the people of the United States of America.
This is my response to Kortney's death. I hope you will grant Kortney the respect to either bless me or curse me for using her this way. What I saw gave me no rest until I wrote this article.
I met Kortney one time in California when Jonathan O'Toole brought me to California to meet with Kortney and the other Survivors and Kortney's boss, Jeff White, the Founder of the organization called Survivors. Kortney played an operational leadership role in guiding Survivors. Looking back on my meeting with Kortney, all I can remember about her is we went to see the Scorsese film "The Departed" together.
The fact that Kortney and I watched a movie together called "The Departed" resonates eerily in my mind now that Kortney has departed, especially when I remember the scene that is linked to my first meeting with Kortney. Kortney wasn't there but somehow her presence comes to mind when I remember Jeff White and I bellowing at the top of our lungs at each other, calling each other cowards on a Sunday afternoon in the normally quiet mountain top enclave high in the San Bernardino mountains above Los Angeles.
I had gone to get the support of the pro-life leaders in California and what I got was almost a fist fight with Jeff White and his oldest son, and near total rejection by the pro-life movement.
That rejection can explain why when Kortney came to Georgia in the years after I tried to obtain help from the pro-life leaders that she never stopped by to talk to me. Once I talked with her on the telephone when she came through Georgia and asked her to meet with me to talk about what God had called me to do running for Governor of Georgia. But Kortney never made time for me.
That's why when she was killed in Georgia this week, I didn't know she was in the State, nor did I know anything about the pro-life event she was attending in Georgia that created her fateful rendezvous with death.
The meaning of Kortney's "fateful rendezvous with death" might be one of the most important messages ever sent to the pro-life movement in America.
The first thing that struck me when I heard about Kortney's death is the irony (maybe that's not the best word, but it's what comes to mind) that Kortney was killed with her baby in her womb. In today's vocabulary Kortney was aborted and her baby was aborted. Yet Kortney had made her life focus on doing the best she knew how to do to protect the lives of the unborn babies exactly like her unborn baby who was killed with her.
And the real irony comes to the forefront when we ask the question who killed Kortney. By whom was Kortney killed?
The news story pictured above says she ran head on into another vehicle whose driver was also killed. But you and I who believe there is a God out there who knows the numbers of hairs on the heads of each person alive and who knows when even a sparrow falls out of the sky dead knows, or is supposed to believe, that God Himself made a decision to allow Kortney and her daughter to have a "fateful rendezvous, with death."
Those who believe in such a God, and who are still alive on earth, are now thrust into a place (the "fateful" part of the rendezvous) where we must decide what Kortney's death means.
My first response was to think Kortney's schedule, her itinerary in Georgia, would have been radically different if Kortney and I had been allowed by the pro-life leaders of America and Georgia to have fellowship together in the Lord. While Kortney was here, she would have touched base with me. We would have worshipped God together, we would have brainstormed what came next. Chances are, had Kortney been in fellowship with me she wouldn't have been driving down that road to her "fateful rendezvous with death."
But I have no way of knowing whether my first reaction to Kortney's death is the truth. All I know is I truly felt a huge mistake, maybe even a deadly mistake, had been made when people older than Kortney, people she looked up to as leaders in the pro-life movement, led her to shun me like she had done.
I want to blame them for her death. But I know I can't do that because the facts about what might have happened had Kortney been led to have fellowship with me in the Lord Jesus Christ will never be known. That entire train of thought is rank speculation because Kortney is dead now.
Sharon Guengerich is the one who alerted me to Kortney's death. She is one of my few friends among pro-life leaders. Sharon is a lightning rod in the pro-life movement, has been for years as she stands regularly almost alone in front of a California abortion mill showing and telling people what it means to legally butcher unborn babies. Neal Horsley

Dear Neal: A truly tragic story. Mit Romney said recently that abortion should be left to the states. Been there, done that. It was called slavery and each state could decide if it wanted legal slavery of our fellow human beings. The result of that "solution" was The War Between The States in which over 600,000 died on both sides. And Romney wants to be president?
Will we never learn! Terry Hughes

I was surprised to hear what Terry said. Is his attitude an indication of the attitude of even the boldest operation rescue people? Are they that far from actually understanding the strategy?
Terry, I'm surprised to hear you say that. What you don't seem to see is if a State actually forced the federal government to choose between going to war and nullifying a State law, there are three or four historical precedents in the USA showing that the federal government has always blinked in the past, one of them even involving Andy Jackson, who was probably the most dangerous man who ever occupied the White House. Those precedents prove that with a State nullification strategy that can command the numbers to control a State government a piece of ground can be carved out of the USA where abortion is outlawed if people will open their eyes and see what we can do. That is, if God's people can receive the grace to actually make the fed blink.

You sound like you've never read this article: much less followed the train of thought defined at

Or are you saying that you would be willing for abortion to be legal everywhere in the USA even if it was possible to force the fed to allow a State to outlaw it? Neal Horsley

Dear Neal: Abortion is murder, a violation of the Fifth Commandment. It is always and everywhere a grave sin. Slavery isn't in the Ten Commandments, even though God freed the Jews from slavery in Egypt only a short time earlier. I'm inclined toward the view that Lincoln should have allowed the slave states to leave the Union. By 1861 slavery was an anachronism, outdated by technological innovations beginning with the cotton gin a half-century earlier. Since slavery would die a natural death as a human institution, was it worth 600,000 lives to hasten the day and to invest the Federal Government with powers never given to it in our Constitution, powers it now uses to make slaves of us all? Powers it now uses to advance its agenda of killing the next generation of Americans by abortion? Allowing ALL of that generation to be murdered? And making us pay for it with our taxes?
Murphy's Law, Terry Hughes

All that is true, but beside the point: the point being how do we find in this generation a place in this nation where murdering the unborn people is illegal, even if the mother wants to kill them? I have been saying for decades what I said in my book Call It Revolution: we must prepare to take over a State and force the federal government to respect a State's Right to outlaw murder and sodomy...or die trying.

Trying to lead that to happen is what I have been doing for so long that it seems to me everybody should understand what I do for a living.
I have done due diligence, my homework, and prepared the position papers and the marching orders. The only thing I lack is people willing to spend their lives if that's what it will take to abolish legalized abortion in at least one State. I say that because I can't guarantee what the fed will do when push comes to shove over the matter of legalized child sacrifice. But my best guess is this nation will shrink back from the abyss rather than risk another war like the Civil War you described, and especially if the war inevitably begins with an IRA-like campaign such as you are very familiar with. But I'm in it for the duration, having reached the conclusion that we've tried every other alternative to abolish this legalized murder and the strategy I advocate is what comes next.
Either that, or we admit we surrender this world to the devil. My Lord doesn't give me that option. Neal Horsley

Neal’s argument that Roe can be overturned if we focus on making Georgia prolife makes sense if you remember how Roe became law. First, illegal baby killers usually got away with it. Then New York made it legal and got away with that. Maybe one state at a time is the way.
I don’t think so, though. I think Roe will go only when the fourteen people listed at the start of this newsletter become fifty.

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