Life Dynamics, the pro-life organization that produced the ground-breaking documentary, “Maafa 21,” releases a new animation series, titled “Abortion Distortion,” to help the pro-life movement debunk common pro-choice arguments.
Pro-Choicers like to say that, because men don’t have a uterus, they have no right to express an opinion about abortion. But what happened to the idea that our society was supposed to be against gender-based discrimination?
Imagine a pastor standing at a podium wearing a pink Planned Parenthood stole, preaching a sermon defending abortion – and defending THEIR abortion. If this sounds like a work of fiction destined for a book or movie, you would be wrong. Special Guest Reverend Dr. Johnny Hunter joins the show this week to discuss the growing number of clergy, not only embracing abortion, but promoting it from the pulpit.
What do you think is the hardest thing about being pro-life? Does it have to do with how it has affected relationships? Or does it have to do with the nasty comments and bullying from those on the other side? We reveal the things that we have struggled with and share what our followers had to say. We hope this episode helps anyone who has ever dealt with the occasional challenges of being proudly pro-life.
Is the world going crazy? This week we discuss how an abortionist is apparently bringing their baby to the clinic, WHO’s recommendation to encourage children 4 and under to “ask questions about sexuality”, the anti-capitalist cafe that’s going under, and Coke’s battle with woke culture. So listen and decide for yourself!
Are repeat abortions only a tiny fraction of the abortion rate? Are teens having multiple abortions? Does having multiple abortions impact a woman’s health? Is more contraception the answer? We answer all this and more in an episode revealing the truth about repeat abortion – and its effects – that the abortion industry can’t afford for people to hear.
Life Dynamics founder & president, Marcus “Mark” Crutcher III (74), passed away on March 9, 2023, in Denton, Texas.
The tension that has always existed between the so-called “purists”, and those who sincerely believe in the incremental approach to legislation, could pose a bigger threat to the pro-life movement’s legislative agenda than is posed by the abortion lobby itself.
Don’t be fooled by the abortion lobby’s faux shock; June 24th was a day they had been long expecting – and they had a plan. For the past few years, they have been advocating and pushing legislation enshrining abortion in individual states’ constitutions in the hope of creating abortion havens in a post-Roe America. To anyone who thinks this sounds like the rantings of a tin-foil hat wearer, let’s take a look at California.
If the public is overwhelmingly pro-choice, why is the pro-choice mob outraged at the idea of allowing the public to decide the country’s abortion policies?