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The Republican Party was founded on the principle that no human being should be considered the property of another.

June 1, 2009
Notorious Abortionist Murdered in Kansas

Dr. George Tiller, who was infamous because of his late-term abortion practice, was murdered yesterday during a service at his church. A suspect, who has been a long-time opponent of Tiller, was arrested for the crime.

As pro-life leaders, we have a strong belief in the power of repentance, forgiveness, and redemption. Because his life was cut short by this unjustifiable act of violence, Dr. Tiller may have been deprived of the opportunity for repentance — the ultimate tragedy.

Hillary Clinton Receives Margaret Sanger Award

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received Planned Parenthood's (PP) highest honor — the 2009 Margaret Sanger Award in Houston on March 27, 2009 at a gala, which took place down the road from the construction of America's largest-ever abortion facility. Clinton was lauded as a "champion of women's health and rights throughout her public service career."

Planned Parenthood is an organization whose founder Margaret Sanger embraced eugenics and targeted "the unfit" for "extinction." Recently, PP has been involved in serial statutory rape cover-ups, fraud, and has petitioned for the construction of abortion clinics under false pretenses.

Its very name, the Margaret Sanger Award, is a tribute to a woman whose life's mission was to "build a race of thoroughbreds." Planned Parenthood's long campaign to promote abortion on request, celebration of sexual libertinism, eugenics, and radical prejudice is the worst foreign policy message our nation could send — and they crowned their messenger. (Family Research Council, 3/7/09)

Florida Senate Race Illustrates Struggle for GOP Control

"There are not enough blue-eyed, white, blond guys and girls who go to church three times on Sunday and once on Wednesday to make up a majority for the Republican Party almost anywhere."

This pronouncement, reported in the Los Angeles Times on May 13, 2009, came from the former chairman of the Republican Party of Florida. The reference was to the fact that Governor Charlie Crist, a liberal Republican, has announced his intention to run for the United States Senate in 2010 and in so-doing will face conservative Marco Rubio, the former Speaker of the Florida House. Rubio's heritage is Cuban, and his reportedly conservative credentials should play well among Florida's Cuban-American voters.

As information on both candidates emerges, this race is expected to illustrate the on-going struggle at every level within the Republican Party for ownership and control of the Republican policy agenda going forward. Stay tuned.

Obama at Notre Dame

A great deal of commentary has flowed through media sources both prior to and after President Obama's commencement address and reception of an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Notre Dame. We won't belabor the matter except to point out that during his speech, Obama called upon Americans to find "common ground" on the issue of abortion.

Abortion kills a living human baby. There is not, nor can there be, common ground between protecting human life and sanctioning deliberate killing of a non-aggressor — something Barack Obama failed to learn.

Never forget that YOU were once an embryo.

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