Abortion and the Health Exception

Abortion: The Health Exception

By Tom Longua

The Language

In their own private meetings, pro-abortionists make no secret about the fact that they want absolute, no-holds-barred abortion on demand. But in public, they pretend to be "moderate". Part of that pretense is that they often feign acceptance of "reasonable" laws that might limit the number of abortions -- as long as such measures leave room for exceptions for the woman's "health"

What Is Prolife Legislation?

What is "Pro-life Legislation"?

For over a hundred years, abortion had been a crime in the statutes of all states and territories of the United States. But for various reasons, especially the moral decline of society, abortion was decriminalized in recent generations -- first in Colorado in 1967, then in a handful of other states the next few years, and finally in the whole country with the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973.

Vaccines from Fetal Tissue

Resolution on Vaccines from Aborted Human Tissue

WHEREAS, Colorado Right to Life believes that all human life is precious and should be equally protected under the law from fertilization to natural death; and

WHEREAS, many live vaccines are grown on cell-culture lines obtained from tissue acquired from electively aborted humans; and

WHEREAS, the use of these vaccines provides financial incentive and support for further research and vaccine development using aborted babies; and

“Test Tube” Conception


COLORADO RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE (CRLC) holds to the scientific fact that life begins with the fertilization of the human ovum by the human sperm. CRLC further believes that what is conceived is biologically human and created in the Image of God.

Surrogate Motherhood


WHEREAS, Present-day medical technology has made possible the soliciting of wombs-for-hire, which has been given the name "surrogate motherhood"; and

WHEREAS, This practice is an extension of the attitude that prevails in the practice of induced abortion, which is to treat the unborn child as a commodity and the mother as an object to be used to satisfy the desires of others; and

Stem Cells - What's The Issue?

Stem Cells – What’s the issue?

Part 1 ~ What are "stem cells"?

Stem cells serve as a sort of repair system for the body. They can theoretically divide without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell. You have to have a human being before you can get human stem cells.

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