Monday, November 22, 2010

Treated with Dignity and Respect

I had the great privilege of meeting Monica Migliorino Miller at Notre Dame when the current resident of the White House was given an honorary degree in 2009.

Her passion for babies in the womb is inspiring and was a sight to behold as she broke through police lines,in order to show the ND graduates families the horror the speaker they were about to hear advocates. This month her organization put their passion into practice by helping to see that tiny baby bodies, found in the trash in Michigan, were given a proper burial.

Monica Miglioriono Miller states: "The abortion clinic treated these human beings as if they were trash. Pro-lifers buried them--and treated them with dignity and respect. In this we see the clash of two cultures--and it matters which one shall prevail. This grave is a place of justice and healing--healing for all the mothers and fathers who grieve the loss of their aborted child. But this grave is also an indictment--an indictment against a nation that allows this sort of atrocity. The voices of these unborn children cry out to us from the ground that covers them now. Let us hear their plea and end the injustice of abortion."

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Monica's heroics have, unbelievably, made the New York Times in this remarkable piece.

Thank God for the remnant in our society who still hold that every human life is sacred with infinite worth in God's sight!

Friday, November 05, 2010

California Civil Rights Foundation's Media Release on Amendment 62


For Immediate Release

Union City, California (Wednesday, November
3rd, 2010) – Colorado Amendment 62 Defeated.

Walter Hoye, Founder and President of the California Civil Rights Foundation, responds to the recent defeat of Colorado’s Amendment 62.

“So pure and powerful is the question of the ‘identity of humanity’ that I bow before our Lord in abject humility understanding that the morality of the 21st Century will depend on how we answer this profound question. The zero-sum activity of winning or losing at the ballot pales in comparison to pondering the profound question Personhood poses. Promoting
Personhood in the public square is always a win because ears will have heard and minds will have been challenged with a truth that remains largely hidden in the darkness that now engulfs our country and even our world. Precisely because Personhood
prompts the discussion of what it means to be created in the image of God, in a society that lives with legalized abortion on demand and the murder of over 53 million of her children, she always presents a victory for humanity.”

Hoye goes on to echo the words of Theodore Parker, a reforming American minister of the Unitarian Church, an Abolitionist, and a Transcendentalist who in his 1853 "Of Justice and the Conscience" said:

"I do not pretend to understand the moral universe; the arc is a long one, my eye reaches but little ways; [While] I cannot calculate the curve and complete the figure by the experience of sight. I can divine it by conscience. And from what I
see, I am sure it bends towards justice."

Amen Mr. Parker.

Personhood is what the Pro-Life movement looks like victorious.

The California Civil Rights Foundation is a 501(c)(4) organization. For more
information or press inquiries, please contact Media Relations at: 510.225.4056 or
visit our website at:

1684 Decoto Road, Suite 251
Union City, California 94587-3544

Mission Statement

The California Civil Rights
Foundation is committed to protecting
both the civil and human rights of the
pre-born child by recognizing the
inherent dignity and inalienable rights
of all members of the human family.

“The care of human life and happiness and
not their destruction is the first and only
legitimate object of good government.”

Thomas Jefferson
To the Citizens of Washington County,
Maryland, March 3rd, 1809

Juda 4 Praise has a word for No on 62's Fofi Mendez

juda myers 11.4.2010

Well we saw change November 2, 2010. When people actually get up and do something, things do change. There is a silent majority that seems to hold everything inside until they can’t take it any longer. But what if people continually did what is right and made an effort to keep this country as the founders intended – as God intended?

The sign above is what anti Personhood people held. These people are against people like me because I was conceived in rape.They use my situation as an excuse to kill. Next time I want to gather a huge crowd of people conceived in rape to stand there with signs that ask if we deserve the death penalty for the crime of our fathers.

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Hear Juda praise God for her life with this beautiful song on Youtube Take my hand and not My Life.

Monday, November 01, 2010

Moriarty ~ Sophistication or substance ~ Amendment 62

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Sophistication or substance?

By Michael Moriarty
web posted November 1, 2010

The coming election – perhaps the most important mid-term election in American history – is only five days away. At the time of this article's appearance, it will only be one day away.

The polls predict not just a landslide victory for the Republicans but an "avalanche".

However, I am only interested in the outcome of Colorado's Amendment 62 bestowing "personhood" upon gestating infants at their creation and not upon a grotesquely arbitrary decision called the third trimester of gestation.


That is the only word that can describe the Progressive rationalizations for what amounts to murder. Progressives are just more "sophisticated" than the rest of us. To be "sophisticated" is to be Progressive.

The most sophisticated city in the world has, for the most part, been Paris, France. Despite the vibrancy of New York, the most sophisticated New Yorkers, from the readers of Vogue to those worshippers of the New York Times, generally hold Paris on a higher level than their own, limitlessly exciting city.

The real and, most significantly, the "Progressive" reason for that is the difference between the American and French Revolutions.

The American Revolution succeeded and out of it came the legendarily unsophisticated United States.

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