Colorado RTL Newsletter Jan-Mar 2007

Message from the President

The Battle Cry

I was recently flying with my daughter Rachael. We were on our way to Alabama where we would be speaking at several pro-life events. While traveling I thought about a radio show that I co-hosted eighteen months ago. The regular host was out of town and he asked me and another person to fill in.

We were talking about the topic of the day. My co-host was describing some recent events and we were discussing them. As we talked I asked her, "do you ever cry." I will never forget how she began to weep. What the audience heard was nothing compared to what I witnessed. Through the rest of the show the tears ran down her face.

Pro-life merchandise

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Life Cycle Books
Books, literature, fetal models and hundreds of other pro life items.

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Precious Feet pins and other items

Recap of 2002 Colorado Born Alive Infant Protection Act


By Tom Longua

In the railroad industry, a "gandy dancer" is laborer who works on a section gang, laying track. Indeed, some of us remember a famous song that began, "A gandy dancer is a railroad man; his work is never done."

Just so. On May 3, in the Health, Environment, Children and Families committee of the Colorado Senate, the gandy dancers were busy railroading HB 1317, the "Born Alive Infant Protection Act" that had earlier passed the House with a vote of 43-19.

Political Activity for Pastors


James Bopp, Jr., General Counsel
National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
July 9, 1990

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