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Abortion advocacy predicated on state-ist humanism

Published on January 3, 2013 By SiteEditor

From: ChristianGovernance eletter, December 26, 2012

Vancouver Sun – Dec. 21, 2012
Letter: Abortion and infanticide are not related matters

Re: Abortion law would halt slide toward tacit acceptance of infanticide, Dec. 18

It’s remarkable how much Christians expect from non-Christians!

Published on November 15, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – November 15, 2012

Focus on the Family head, Jim Daly, seems to be a really nice guy, but the interests of the Church and society are not advanced by naivity. Note the story below with Mr. Daly’s comments, followed by our analysis.

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Focus on the Family Community – November 12, 2012
NYC Mayor Bans Food Donations?
Posted by Jim Daly

Inflammatory pro-abort MP smears Linda Gibbons and Mary Wagner

Published on November 15, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – November 15, 2012

If this Member of Parliament had made this comment outside of the protection of the House of Commons, she could probably have been sued for libel or slander. Note the bolded text below. The capacity for dishonest extremist rhetoric among pro-aborts is remarkable. As a Manitoba MP, she probably has nightmares about sharing the representation of the province with serious pro-lifers like Rod Bruinooge, Candice Bergen and Lawrence Toet, but I’m sure they are praying for her.

House of Commons Hansard – October 31, 2012

Calling all life-affirming Canadians – Stephen Woodworth’s human definition motion

Published on June 2, 2012 By SiteEditor

May 29, 2012

Subject: A Message from MP Woodworth

Good Afternoon,

Firstly, I’d like to start by thanking you for all of your efforts to date with regards to my Motion 312.  Your support is greatly appreciated.

Aerial pictures of March for Life 2012

Published on May 13, 2012 By SiteEditor

Big crowd but nowhere near 19,000 people.


Sci-Tech Museum’s sexual violation of youth exhibit

Published on May 12, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – May 12, 2012
Sci-Tech Museum’s sexual violation of youth exhibit

Two eletters ago, we reported on the filthy, propagandist sex exhibit that was opening in Ottawa’s Science and Technology Museum. There was contact info to voice your objections.

Canadian judge affirms systemic judicial idolatry

Published on May 6, 2012 By SiteEditor

“In a sense we have become the new priests of civil society, as we make decisions about gay marriage, euthanasia and abortion. We hand down decisions on highly controversial issues with intrinsic moral content and very broad moral implications. We have become the instruments of governance in the broadest sense. We now define the socio-economic basis of society.” – Judge Michel Robert (Schmitz 2004:1), concerning the role played by the supreme court judges.

Planned Parenthood’s EXPLICIT war against science

Published on November 8, 2010 By SiteEditor


U.S. election lesson: It doesn’t pay to change your pro-life stance

Published on November 3, 2010 By SiteEditor

CitizenLink – November 2, 2010
It doesn’t pay to change your (pro-life) stance By Ashley Horne

As I write this, the election results are still coming in. But here are the races I was interested in: the allegedly 20 pro-life Democrats who threatened to vote “no” on the health care bill unless it contained sufficient pro-life protection, but who then turned around and accepted President Obama’s phony pro-life executive order in exchange for their “yes” vote. There were 20 total turncoats, including 1 who retired (Stupak) and one who lost his primary (Mollahan).

Planned Parenthood head is also economically incompetent

Published on October 28, 2010 By SiteEditor

LifeSiteNews.com – October 26, 2010
People Mean Less Government Cost: Planned Parenthood President
By Kathleen Gilbert

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The president of Planned Parenthood has argued that the new federal health care reform ought to consider funding all contraception with taxpayer dollars because preventing new children leads to less government expense.