April 18, 2012
For immediate release
A recent unanimous Alabama Supreme Court ruling may completely change the strategy of the pro-life movement. The vast majority of anti-abortion legislation the last four decades has been to regulate abortion, to defund Planned Parenthood, or to decrease the number of abortions. Most anti-abortion legislation allows some abortions, either of babies conceived through rape or incest, or for the health of the mother.
Dr. David Keseg produced the following video to encourage Ohioans to support the Personhood Amendment.
March 22, 2012
The Ohio Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Personhood Ohio (case 2012-0070). The suit was aimed at stopping the pro-life organization from circulating a petition that would allow Ohioans a vote to define all human beings as persons, thereby ending abortion throughout the state.
A "Letter to the Editor" sent to the Cleveland Plain Dealer tonight.
Whose Pants Are On Fire Now?
A Politifact article in your newspaper indicted me several weeks ago for having "pants on fire" as a result of a comment I made in an interview that abortion was the most common surgery in America. It turns out that there are more cataract extractions every year than abortions. However, over the past four decades, more babies have died from abortion than cataracts extracted.