This week on the podcast, we discuss the outrageous pro-choice concepts that we often treat with a seriousness that they don’t deserve – such as “consent to pregnancy,” “reproductive justice,” how the term fetus is used to indicate the unborn aren’t human babies, and more! Plus, we talk about the growing number of pro-lifers convicted of violating the F.A.C.E. act, and the legal debate it has sparked about its constitutionality and how it can be weaponized.
Unsurprisingly, the left is still in an uproar about Texas’ ban of abortions after the detection of the child’s heartbeat. Special guest Sheila Crutcher joins the hosts (yet again) to pick up where we left off last week on reactions from the left – including the Department of Justice’s emergency order asking for a halt to the new law. Also, if you were on pins and needles wondering how Portland, Oregon’s vote to ban Texas trade and travel went, we’ve got an update you don’t want to miss.
Civil rights isn’t just about equality – it is about brotherhood.
Fifty-Four years ago today, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the landmark Civil Rights Act into law. But there is still a long way to go – until the time comes that civil rights exist in the womb, they will never fully exist outside of it.
A new film documents the miraculous angelic encounter that caused a mother to leave an abortion clinic and save the daughter she carried inside her womb.
51 years ago today, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawing racial discrimination in public accommodations such as hotels, theaters, parks, restaurants, and other public places. The Act guaranteed full and equal enjoyment of goods and services and public accommodations without discriminating or segregating on the basis of race, color,…
During Black History Month in February show the MUST SEE documentary once featured in the Jubilee Film Festival in Selma, Al. to commemorate the historic “Bloody Sunday” anniversary of the Bridge Crossing Civil Rights march from Selma to Montgomery. They were stolen from their homes, locked in chains and taken across an ocean. And for…