After 47 Years of Decriminalized Abortion, Pro-Life Movement is Positioned for Victory
- By Operation Rescue
WASHINGTON -- As the nation marks the 47th memorial of the 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion in America, the Pro-Life Movement is finally positioned for victory.
"For over 47 years, people of faith have worked and prayed for an end of abortion, and today, those prayers are being answered. We are closer than ever to achieving that goal. But we stand at a crossroads as we face an election in November that will determine the fate of millions of babies that are yet to be conceived," said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.
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World Premiere: 'UNSUSTAINABLE - The UN's Agenda for World Domination'
- By Matrix Productions
Free Screening Friday, February 7, 2020 -- 5:00 PM Pacific
TWO-PART MINI SERIES TAKES CRITICAL LOOK AT THE UNITED NATIONS AND ITS THEORIES ABOUT WAR, POPULATION, POVERTY, PROPERTY RIGHTS, GUNS and CLIMATE CHANGE.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- The world premiere for UNSUSTAINABLE will start Friday, 07 February 2020 at 5PM Pacific (8PM Eastern). For a limited period of time, single-family home owners, real estate investors, farmers, historic property owners and impoverished and/or disarmed people around the world are invited to join UN skeptics and UN apologists to screen Part I - "The Theory" of this 2-part mini series.
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Voting Changes for Sheriff's Special Election Primary
- By County Councilman Willis Meadows
Please remember to vote in the special Greenville County Sheriff's election primary tomorrow, January 7, 2020. Some polling places have changed. Below is a link to a list of all of the County polling places. The ones that have been changed for tomorrow are highlighted in yellow.
Click for PDF of Greenville County polling places
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Lewis, Smith Face off in Debate
- By Terry M. Thacker
Hobart Lewis and A.T. “Tommy” Smith, the two remaining Republican candidates for the office of Greenville County Sheriff, squared off this past Thursday evening in a debate held at the Global Trade Park on Fairforest Way.
Lewis was the lead vote-getter in last Tuesday's primary election, although he did not win a majority of votes in the five-man contest. Two of the five candidates, Darius Hall and Robert Whatley, have publicly endorsed Lewis in this Tuesday's runoff. The winner will face off against Democrat Paul Guy in March.
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King Holiday, March for Life, Trump Decisions -- 2020 Brings New Decade, New Season
- By Alveda King
For decades in America, across two centuries, in the month of January we have and continue to take a day to honor the legacy and memory of my uncle the prophet, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A few days later, we March for Life.
When peripherals collide, convergence is imminent; so it's likely no coincidence that three occasions coincide. Abortion - Pro Life - 2020 March for Life, Washington, DC and Walk for Life, San Francisco.
Even though widespread conflict and mutual distrust abound; we still have a Dream. So, it's more vital than ever for us to reflect on the message of faith, love, and life that my uncle shared with the world.
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234 Years Later, No One's Doubting Thomas
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
"...By these, as testimonials that I have lived, I wish most to be remembered." --Thomas Jefferson
He was a president -- a man who doubled the size of our country, abolished the international slave trade, even developed the plans for West Point. When the Library of Congress was demolished in the War of 1812, he single-handedly restocked it. He invented the polygraph, swivel chairs, the dumbwaiter, message encoders, a form of the pedometer, even the macaroni noodle. He was America's first secretary of state, its father of intellectual property rights. But as impressive as those accomplishments are, they weren't what mattered to him. When Thomas Jefferson died, not one of these things appeared on his tombstone.
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Women's Advocacy and Human Rights Group to Lead Sit-in and Protest at Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Office Calling for an End to Infanticide in America
- By Christian Newswire
WASHINGTON -- The sit-in will take place on January 22, at 11:00 AM, which is the 47th Memorial of the landmark Roe v Wade Supreme Court Decision that "legalized" abortion.
The location is the Longworth House Office Building at 15 Independence Ave SE Washington, DC 20515. The group will hold a news conference first then march to Speaker Pelosi's office which is 1236 Longworth.
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