Monthly Archives: March 2010

Press Release: The Center For Bio-Ethical Reform

March 9, 2010 Beginning immediately, The Center For Bio-Ethical Reform will expand its operation of anti-abortion billboard trucks in the congressional districts of specially selected Members of the U.S. House of Representatives.  This campaign is being conducted to urge voters to express their opposition to the tax-funded abortion provisions contained in the President’s latest ObamaCare health “reform” proposal.  The billboard trucks will continue to operate until the final vote on the final measure related to the health care reform legislation currently making its way through both houses of Congress. Trucks will display large abortion photos in a campaign to remind

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What’s good for House leaders is bad for members [The Examiner]

Guest Blog The Washington Examiner By: MICHAEL BARONE Senior Political Analyst March 17, 2010 The Democratic leadership’s struggle to pass the Senate health care bill in the House looks like a great case study for political scientists. They have many examples of the leaders of a party majority trying to push controversial legislation through a balky chamber. But seldom have the political incentives of the party leadership and the party’s members been so differently aligned. There is always some misalignment. Even when the party’s president and policies are widely popular, some of its House members will be representing districts

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Pro-life group plays hardball with UCLA over graphic display of aborted babies []

Guest Blog [Copied from] March 11, 2010 Pro-life group plays hardball with UCLA over graphic display of aborted babies I love hanging around with pro-lifers who don’t take crap. Gregg Cunningham, executive director of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, is 1 of those. If you’re blessed to be a friend or colleague of Gregg’s, he blind copies you on emails he writes to detractors and opponents of CBR’s work. Gregg’s wit always cracks me up, and his chutzpah always inspires me. Yesterday Gregg copied me on an email he sent to Pam Cysner, Student Affairs Officer at UCLA. The administration

Posted in GAP

Statement regarding conviction of James Pouillon’s murderer

On March 11, 2010, a Michigan jury found Harlan Drake guilty of the murder of CBR volunteer James Pouillon.  Mr. Pouillon was shot and killed because Mr. Drake was angry that he was displaying abortion photo signs to students whose teachers were covering up the horror of abortion.  The Flint Journal newspaper reported March 10, 2010 (“Jury to begin deliberating Harlan Drake trial Thursday morning”) that Mr. Drake testified “he felt no remorse” for Mr. Pouillon’s killing.  According to the prosecutor in the case, “Drake considered himself a hero for the slayings.” Jesus said to His followers in John 16:2,

Posted in Violence

how much longer will we remain silent?

I will use my life to save theirs…