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Promo for the novel, "Abandoned in the Maze".
22 Apr 2007
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WARNING: Language - A group of people are holding a peaceful demonstration against abortion when a woman comes up and attacks one of them. We have the right to free speech. But we do not have the right to hit people and destroy their property because we disagree with them.
30 May 2007
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"Miracle" is the third single from Whitney Houston's third album, I'm Your Baby Tonight. The song, written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface, is about a girl who had an abortion but later feels she made a mistake. In an interview at that time, Houston acknowledged the song was indeed about abortion and praised Babyface for digging so deep with the song's lyrical content. Not wanting to alienate any fans, however, the video for the song doesn't stick with the subject, instead showing Houston singing and various photographs injected periodically. This is a video that finally sticks with the original meaning of the song.
4 Jul 2007
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Do we have the right to use ART, even though 70% of the foetuses may have to be destroyed? Rev. Pat Mahoney from the Christian Defense League crashes a press conference and starts a heated debate. Taken from the documentary "The first human clone" on FirstScience.tv
19 Oct 2007
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This is a Pro life Music video for the pro life song, "child", by the catholic artist, Son Knight. This is only the intro to the video, the full pro life music video, "child", can be viewed at childmusicvideo****. ( prolife )
24 Nov 2007
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Trying to Heal a Rift in New Hampshire By Alec MacGillis *******blog.washingtonpost****/the-trail/2008/01/18/trying_to_heal_a_rift_in_new_h_1.html Three New Hampshire Democratic leaders who signed a letter two days before the state's primary at the request of Hillary Clinton's campaign, attacking Barack Obama as soft in his support for abortion rights, are asking Obama supporters in the state to put the rifts of the primary campaign behind them and praising Obama for being "strongly pro-choice." Of the two dozen prominent women who signed the critical letter, e-mailed by the Clinton campaign to a list of supporters and undecided voters, three have now signed their names to another missive asking abortion rights supporters in the state to come together and take comfort in the fact that all of the Democratic presidential candidates are firmly pro-choice. One of the three Clinton supporters went even further, saying in an interview Thursday that signing the letter attacking Obama was a "mistake." Katie Wheeler, a former state senator, said the Clinton campaign had not given her background information about Obama's record on abortion rights when it asked her to sign the letter calling him weak on the issue, and said that, as a result, she did not understand the context of the votes that the letter was attacking him over. "It should never have gotten to the point where anyone thought Obama was not pro-choice," said Wheeler, a founder of the New Hampshire chapter of NARAL Pro-Choice America. "I don't think the Clinton campaign should have done that. It was divisive and unnecessary...I think it was a mistake and I've spoken to the national [Clinton campaign] and told them it caused problems in New Hampshire, and am hoping they won't do it again." The new letter and comments by Wheeler are the latest twist in a back-and-forth that Obama supporters believe did real damage to his campaign in the final days in New Hampshire, though Wheeler said she doubted that the e-mail had that much impact in the final day of the race. "I don't think this one thing would sway people," she said. Nonetheless, the conflict over Obama's "present" -- rather than "yes" or "no" -- votes on abortion bills in the Illinois legislature has left behind such deep divisions among the state's Democrats that some Obama supporters vowed, in the wake of her come-from-behind N.H. win, not to vote for Clinton, should she become the party's nominee. The e-mail arrived in selected New Hampshire in-boxes shortly after a postcard from the Clinton campaign that attacked Obama for being "unwilling to take a stand for choice" was mailed to homes. "The difference between Hillary's repeatedly standing up strong on choice and Obama's unwillingness to vote 'yes' or 'no' is a clear contrast, and we believe the voters in New Hampshire deserve to know this difference," the e-mail stated. "We support Hillary Clinton because she never ducked when choice was at stake." One of the Obama supporters who signed the reconciliation e-mail, Mary Rauh, said she did so because she was very worried that the rift created by the primary could seriously harm abortion rights efforts in the state if it was left unadressed. But she said that she remained aggrieved by the Clinton attack and by the willingness of so many Democratic leaders in the state to go along with it, and worried by reports that similar e-mails attacking Obama on abortion rights have gone out in other states preparing to vote. "We still have battles to fight in New Hampshire and we can't let dirty politics destroy the choice voice here. It's too important," Rauh said. "But for Clinton to do this to the choice community is so appalling. I can't tell you how it distresses me ... how devastating this and how horrified I am that the Clinton campaign would do this. I fear it will happen elsewhere and it's just appalling." Former President of Chicago NOW, Lorna Brett Howard, tells the story of why she switched from supporting Hillary Clinton to supporting Barack Obama.
24 Jan 2008
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The Abortion mill Abortion Acceptance was burned and two men, Sergio Baca and Chad Altman were charged. It is reported that Sergio Baca's pregnant girlfriend was going to this abortion mill to kill Sergio's baby. Did Sergio do the right thing?
10 Feb 2008
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See 3D ultrasound images of healthy unborn babies
17 Jun 2009
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Playfully updating the 1950's school documentary, "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness" offers up political and social satire regarding the current state of reproductive rights in a fast-paced spoonful.
8 Apr 2008
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The potentially fatal consequences of illegal abortions. Selected clips from the film, MOTHERHOOD BY CHOICE, Not Chance, by Oscar-nominated, Emmy winning filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman: Based on the trilogy, From the Back-Alleys to the Supreme Court & Beyond, this riveting film brings alive the history of the struggle for women's reproductive rights in the U.S. and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice. (27 min.) *******www.thepowerofchoice****
13 May 2008
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An overview of abortion rights in United States history. Selected clips from the film, MOTHERHOOD BY CHOICE, Not Chance, by Oscar-nominated, Emmy winning filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman: Based on the trilogy, From the Back-Alleys to the Supreme Court & Beyond, this riveting film brings alive the history of the struggle for women's reproductive rights in the U.S. and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice. (27 min.) *******www.thepowerofchoice****
8 May 2008
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Religious support for the pro-choice movement. Selected clips from the film, MOTHERHOOD BY CHOICE, Not Chance: Based on the trilogy, From the Back-Alleys to the Supreme Court & Beyond, this riveting film brings alive the history of the struggle for women's reproductive rights in the U.S. and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice. (27 min.) *******www.thepowerofchoice****
8 May 2008
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The challenges faced in legalizing abortion. Selected clips from the film, MOTHERHOOD BY CHOICE, Not Chance, by Oscar-nominated, Emmy winning filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman: Based on the trilogy, From the Back-Alleys to the Supreme Court & Beyond, this riveting film brings alive the history of the struggle for women's reproductive rights in the U.S. and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice. (27 min.) *******www.thepowerofchoice****
24 Jan 2012
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Medical professionals and counselors talk about their experiences in helping women receive safe care. Selected clips from the film, MOTHERHOOD BY CHOICE, Not Chance, by Oscar-nominated, Emmy winning filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman: Based on the trilogy, From the Back-Alleys to the Supreme Court & Beyond, this riveting film brings alive the history of the struggle for women's reproductive rights in the U.S. and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice. (27 min.) *******www.thepowerofchoice****
21 Nov 2008
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Short video how I met Paul Hill. Paul Hill the best anti-abortionist on the planet earth who stopped babykilling abortionist John Britton from murdering any more helpless children. He later had a sham trial, actually two sham trials, one state and one federal, where he was not allowed to give a defense for his actions. Paul Hill's death warrant was signed on July 9, 2003 AD by George Bush's brother, who was the governor of Florida. Paul Hill, my best friend, was executed at Starke Florida on September 3 around 6 PM. Paul was 49 years old.
28 May 2008
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Some 53 percent of Americans think it’s okay to end the life of unborn children with fatal birth defects. Is abortion justified if the baby is going to die anyway? Learn more and discern the truth.
9 Jun 2008
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