I recently enjoyed the hospitality of Seacoast pro-lifers who asked me to join Rep. Kurt Wuelper to give a presentation about communicating with legislators. We covered social media, phone calls, letters, and the oldest social medium of all: one-on-one conversation. Lots to unpack in that topic, for sure – and it was great to meet… Read More Stocking the Toolbox: Get Ready for Next Legislative Session
I’m going to tell you about a vote, and then I’m going to turn to Abby Johnson for comment. Stay with me here: no, she isn’t in New Hampshire and she has no idea what an Executive Council is, but something she published the same day as the Council’s vote is relevant. The Vote Family… Read More On 3-2 votes, Council Okays Contracts with Abortion Providers
I’m looking forward to speaking at a workshop at St. Joseph Church in Dover on November 14 at 6:30 p.m., and I hope to see Seacoast readers there! Rep. Kurt Wuelper will be the featured speaker on Effective Communication with Legislators. I’ll talk about how to turn your social media engagement into a pro-life powerhouse.… Read More See You In Dover N.H., November 14
The 2018 New Hampshire March for Life will be on January 13 in Concord, with keynote speaker Jennifer Christie. The National March for Life will be on January 19 in Washington, D.C. Watch Leaven for the Loaf’s Facebook page for updates.
The New Hampshire Executive Council will take up ten family planning contracts on Wednesday, November 8, three of them with known abortion providers. The Council meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Council chambers on the second floor of the State House in Concord. The contracts themselves are for non-abortion services. The Equality Center… Read More Another Round of Abortion Provider Contracts Coming to Exec Council
It’s been a year now since Chris Sununu professed his pro-choice (sic) bona fides by stating in a gubernatorial campaign ad that he “took on [his] own party” on women’s health, meaning he voted to hand New Hampshire state contracts to abortion providers. A strange ad, that one. (I dissected it in “Observing a Republican… Read More Governor Sununu, a Year After Controversial Ad