“We need this kind of film, I believe, to incite legitimate conversation, legitimate discussion. I do believe we have a responsibility to make, to make thought-provoking films. We have a responsibility to make entertainment as well. But we have a responsibility, if we’re given a platform, we have a responsibility to at least do some films like this. Television icon and country singer John Schneider
Out today, this tells the back story of the court case that became Roe v Wade from the pro-life perspective of Dr. Bernard Nathanson, who was one of the original pro-abortion activists until ultrasound convinced him that abortion was killing human life.
PG-13. Available on demand via Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and cable/satellite. Contains mature thematic elements and some bloody and disturbing images. 112 minutes.
My testimony before a Wisconsin legislative hearing seeking to bar mandated COVID vaccines.
Straw poll of conservative activists reveals pro-life policies to be least important issue.
ICYMI, at CPAC 2021, a panel discussion: Hard Questions for the Hard Cases: How to Defend Life Emily Berning, Let them Live Alison Centofante, Live Action Rep. Michelle Fischbach (MN-07) Moderated by Kelly Jane Torrance, New York Post
ICYMI, On Saturday at CPAC 2021, a panel discussion: Hard Questions for the Hard Cases: How to Defend Life Emily Berning, Let them Live Alison Centofante, Live Action Rep. Michelle Fischbach (MN-07) Moderated by Kelly Jane Torrance, New York Post
“Abortion is … designed for population control … The numbers are higher in the African American community, so that’s certainly black genocide …We also discovered that once black people are made aware of the genocidal eugenics by abortion that the community will speak out.” Alveda King speaking to CNSNews.com (Dec. 5, 2016). King, niece of civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., founded the National Black Pro-Life Coalition.