Thursday, September 30, 2010

State sued for “bias, lies” in describing Amendment 62

By Jack Minor

Organizers of Amendment 62, the personhood initiative, have filed a lawsuit against the state alleging “lies” about the measure printed in the Blue Book voting manual scheduled to be sent to voters. Sponsors of the amendment say this year's analysis of the proposal does not give voters a fair and balanced analysis of the initiative.

Dennis Hoshiko, a local onion farmer and one of the key figures behind the initiative, told the Gazette the state completely disregarded the detailed medical opinions provided by the group and instead relied totally on opinions from the opposition when printing the voter guide. Hoshiko said “the state’s allegation that the term ‘beginning of biological development’ has no basis in science is totally false. We provided them with multiple documents showing the term is well established in science.”

Gualberto Garcia-Jones, a co-sponsor of the amendment said "First, we were disallowed from including the text of the amendment in the 'Arguments For' section. The 'Arguments For' section is weak and does not include most of the arguments for Amendment 62. The Blue Book authors didn't stop there, however, and published several falsehoods about Amendment 62. Women could never be denied health care for miscarriages with the passage of Amendment 62, yet that is one of the lies our opposition is using as a scare tactic – and one of the lies propagated by the Colorado Blue Book.”

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

'Notre Dame 88' get green light to grill college chief


'Notre Dame 88' get green light to grill college chief
Obama protesters were arrested on university orders

Posted: September 23, 2010
12:20 am Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

A judge in Indiana has approved a request to depose a key school administrator by lawyers representing the "Notre Dame 88," pro-life activists who were arrested on orders from the Catholic university while they protested the school's speaking invitation to the devoutly pro-abortion President Barack Obama.

The move is key to the Notre Dame 88's defense, because when the famed university cracked down on the Obama critics, Notre Dame President John Jenkins issued a statement that all protesters were treated equally on campus.

However, William Kirk, former Notre Dame associate vice president for residential life who recently was dismissed, may have first-hand knowledge that the university previously allowed "gay" rights and anti-ROTC protesters to operate on campus without a permit and without any charges being filed, according to the Thomas More Society, which is working on the pro-life activists' defense.

The organization reports that Kirk had served the university for many years but "was abruptly let go after it became public that, while Notre Dame had arrested and vigorously prosecuted pro-life demonstrators, in prior years the university filed no charges against gay rights and anti-ROTC activists who also had protested on campus without permission."

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Colorado sued over 'lies' in heated abortion battle

Colorado sued over 'lies' in heated abortion battle
Personhood campaign alleges state agency 'analysis' loaded with 'bias'
Posted: September 21, 2010
8:05 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

The organizers behind a Colorado pro-life initiative scheduled for the November election today filed a lawsuit against the state over "lies" about the measure in the official voter manual.

The manual, or Blue Book, is prepared before each election by the Colorado Legislative Council and is intended, according to the state agency's website, "to provide voters with the text, title, and a fair and impartial analysis."

However, sponsors behind the state's Amendment 62, the only "personhood proposal" on any election ballot in the nation this year, say it is anything but fair and impartial.

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Friday, September 10, 2010

Future football players of America ~ Choose Life!

Long time political activist and former Denver mayoral candidate, Steve Schweitzberger, blessed Colorado Right to Life today
with the gift of a fantastic batch of t-shirts sure to inspire some wonderful conversations during this our crazy political season in Colorful Colorado!

With Amendment 62 ~ the only personhood measure on the ballot in the country for 2010 ~ the climate for embracing life, is gathering strength daily.

This shirt says it all.

How many amazing future football players has Planned Parenthood sacked before they ever had a chance to see a football?

How many babies in utero today might be saved, if enough moms see this shirt before they choose PP to "solve" their current crisis?

Time will tell, but we pray that all of God's great gifts to our families will be embraced for the infinitely valuable persons that they are and will be ~ safe in their mother's wombs when Personhood is the law of the land!

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Perpetuating racial genocide?

At last week's No on 62 pep rally for death, the same usual suspects gathered on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol to
bemoan how "dangerous" and "deceptive" personhood for "fertilized eggs" will be.

New on the scene, however, was a woman introduced as the Reverend Dawn Riley Duval. It would seem that she has been recruited to rebut the claims of chilling parallels between slavery and abortion that Amendment 62 spokesman, Pastor Walter Hoye, has been making all over Colorful Colorado. As founder of the California Civil Rights Foundation, Hoye has a deep abiding faith and vested interest in educating his people about the radical, racist and eugenic history of Planned Parenthood.

So it was especially jarring to hear Ms Duval begin her rant with, "This is the day that the Lord has made." One doesn't
anticipate hearing the name of Almighty God invoked at a pep rally for death.

Duval continued, "This deeply personal and painful moral decision is best left to a woman," said Rev. Dawn Riley Duval of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, "And her doctor and God!" she shouted to loud applause.

We must assume that this newest Planned Parenthood spokeswoman has not heard the statements of PP's founder, Margaret

Of particular interest to the black community should be this disturbing message, ""We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population," she said, "if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members."

Colorado Right to Life has a long history of sharing this kind of insidious racial profiling by the abortion industry. We brought
Reverend Clenard Childress to address the Ministerial Alliance in 2006 and while his message largely fell on deaf ears, he planted seeds and so Pastor Hoye has been warmly received by several prominent Black churches in Denver.

Pastor Hoye will be speaking at a prayer rally at Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church in Aurora on September 17, 2010 sharing his message of Persons not Property and Why we Can't Wait to legally protect everyone made in God's image.

We will be delivering the DVD Maafa 21 to Ms Duval's pastor, with the prayer that the message of how abortion is decimating the black race and carrying on the legacy of death and destruction of the slave master mentality, will be shared.

Should the church be receptive to learning why personhood is the key to equality of justice for all ~ born and unborn,
we'd welcome Dawn's fiery passion to protect her people from those who have targeted them for extermination.

Friday, September 03, 2010

Our soulless "leaders" have historical amnesia


I'm not surprised that you voted with the pro-abortion Democrats at the blue book hearing for Amendment 62 yesterday, but I'm sad for you that you continue to stand against the God given, inalienable right to life of every member of the human family, from the beginning of his or her biological development.

History will not judge you well, Senator.

Those who compromised with slave holders to continue the lie that black Americans were property are looked upon with disdain today.

Martin Luther King understood and expressed so eloquently why slavery was so evil, "In a sense we've come to our nation's capital to cash a check. When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was a promise that all men - yes, black men as well as white men - would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note, insofar as her citizens of color are concerned. Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked 'insufficient funds.'"

For over 40 years, the innocent, helpless baby in the womb has been considered property ~ and America has defaulted in her responsibility once again.

As Thomas Jefferson said, "The care of human life and happiness and not their destruction is the chief and only legitimate object of good government."

The tide is turning, Senator.

“ Before I formed you in the womb I knew you;
Before you were born I sanctified you;
I ordained you a prophet to the nations.”

Jeremiah 1:5

For the innocent,