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.
And now for something completely different, after a month filled with New Hampshire posts. Read this from Aleteia: “Charlie Gard case raises questions about medical treatment and parental rights.” Charlie Gard is an infant who at this writing is in a hospital in London, England. He was born severely ill with a “rare, fatal condition”… Read More Charlie Gard’s Human Rights
During the debate preceding the recent vote on the fetal homicide bill, one New Hampshire state representative made her way to the House gallery to hand me a thick bundle of stapled papers. She pointed out the top page to me, and then left without further comment to take her seat on the House floor.… Read More Situational Personhood
Pro-life Democrats are getting some national attention this week, courtesy of a party leader. The Washington Post has a commentary by Adam Blake about a declaration this week by the Democratic National Committee chairman, Thomas Perez. The occasion for Mr. Perez’s outburst was concern over a Democratic candidate in Nebraska. DNC chairman Tom Perez Perez: “Every… Read More Resistance to prenatal ultrasounds is “non-negotiable”?
Cross-posted from my piece on DaTechGuy Blog, 4/5/17. President Trump’s State Department has told the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to get along without U.S. financial support. There are people who think this is a bad idea. I’m not one of them. Neither is Reggie Littlejohn. I met Reggie very briefly a couple of years… Read More A small step in the right direction: less tax money to UNFPA
The New Hampshire House voted a few minutes ago to kill a “right-to-work” bill. My Facebook and Twitter feeds are noisy with the cries of RTW advocates who are upset that SB 11 failed on the Republicans’ watch. Right-to-work is in the state GOP platform. Republican leadership in legislative and executive branches promoted the bill.… Read More On Party Unity: a Tale of Two Bills