Gatherings in Manchester and Greenland set the stage for New Hampshire’s 40 Days for Life campaign, set to begin September 27. Worldwide, campaigns will soon be underway in more than 300 cities. Jen Robidoux, vice-president of New Hampshire Right to Life and a former 40DFL campaign leader, told the Manchester crowd, “It doesn’t take a… Read More “…It Takes You” to launch 40 Days for Life
President Trump has issued an executive order on religious liberty, addressing in part the litigation between the government and the Little Sisters of the Poor over the government’s contraceptive mandate. The Sisters are apparently off the hook, if I properly understood the remarks the President made before he signed the order. (Some of my earlier… Read More “Considering” religious liberty
Classic Mildred Jefferson. Image is from the blog’s archives by way of the National Right to Life Committee.
A postscript to yesterday’s New Hampshire House committee vote on buffer zone repeal, HB 589: Rep. Gary Hopper (R-Weare) read aloud to his fellow committee members a communication he had received from Deputy Attorney General Ann Rice in response to a query from him about what the state has spent so far defending the buffer… Read More The cost of the buffer zone law, so far
The team at the Susan B. Anthony List reminded me today of a canny little video they made a few years back, when the outgoing president and his appointees imposed the HHS mandate. The video hits a nerve anew, in this week of the rescission of an invitation to pro-lifers by organizers of a so-called… Read More A timely throwback video: “Bureau of Womanhood Conformity”
I’m not trying to beat the New Hampshire gubernatorial race to death; it just seems that way. I’ll stop after this post, at least until the election’s over. File this one away until the next time a contract with New Hampshire’s leading abortion provider comes up at the State House. Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action… Read More The First Amendment is soooo intimidating