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RE-SCHEDULED FROM JANUARY 22, 2022 WEATHER CLOSURE OF SC STATE HOUSE: (Flyer) REPENTANCE FOR AMERICA'S BLOODGUILT WORSHIP SERVICE Exodus 20:13, KJV   Saturday, February 19, 2022 11:00 AM First Floor Lobby, SC State House, Columbia, South Carolina   (20th annual since January 2003) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Flyer: REPENTANCE FOR AMERICA'S BLOODGUILT WORSHIP SERVICE  Exodus 20:13, KJV  Saturday, January 22, 2022 11:00 AM First Floor Lobby, SC State House Columbia South Carolina (20th Annual since January 2003)   Life begins at fertilization, not heartbeat, and not implantation at 6 to 10 days after fertilization. Therefore, PERSONHOOD at fertilization, in law, without exceptions, is the KEY to ESTABLISHING JUSTICE and ENDING/ABOLISHING ALL child-murder by "abortion"

Illinois Governor Signs Law Letting Teen Girls Get an Abortion without Parents Knowing

 By Michael Foust - Posted at Christian Headlines : Published 12.22.2021 Saying he was “protecting reproductive rights,” Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker signed a bill into law Friday that allows teenage girls to obtain an abortion without notifying their parents. The new law, dubbed the “ Youth Health and Safety Act ” (HB 370), repeals a 1995 law that required minors to notify their parent or guardian 48 hours prior to having an abortion. “With reproductive rights under attack across the nation, Illinois is once again establishing itself as a leader in ensuring access to healthcare services,” Pritzker said. “This repeal was essential, because it was the most vulnerable pregnant minors who were punished by this law: victims of rape and physical abuse in unsafe homes.” Read more... 

The abortion pill: So dangerous it needs a rare safety requirement

By Carole Novielli - Posted at LiveAction: UPDATE, 12/17/21: In 2021, the abortion pill saw its 21st anniversary since its approval in 2000, with an increased number of abortion industry schemes flouting FDA’s safety regulations. The push to lift the REMS continued despite reasons to question the abortion pill’s safety. In April of 2021 , the Biden Administration’s FDA temporarily enabled abortion pill distribution by mail during the COVID-19 pandemic . Then on December 16, 2021 the FDA ruled to remove the in-person requirements and permanately allow the abortion pill to be shipped by mail. As of June 30, 2021 the FDA reported mifepristone had caused 26 deaths and tragically revealed that an “estimated number of women who have used mifepristone in the U.S. for medical termination of pregnancy through the end of June 2021 is approximately 4.9 million women. Read more...

FDA makes mail-order abortion pills permanent

 By Tom Strode - Posted at Baptist Press: WASHINGTON (BP) – Abortion pills may be obtained through the mail under a permanent rule issued Thursday (Dec. 16) by the Biden administration, prompting protests from pro-life advocates not only because of the drugs’ lethal effect on unborn children but because of their risk to women. The policy revision by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made permanent an April announcement that it would not enforce during the COVID-19 pandemic a requirement that a woman must appear in person to receive mifepristone, the first drug in a two-step process known as medical or chemical abortion. While mifepristone may still be dispensed in qualified health-care facilities, it also may be mailed or delivered to a woman by a certified pharmacy. The unsurprising FDA action followed by barely two weeks Supreme Court oral arguments regarding a case that could result in the reversal of the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. If Roe

Wisconsin Gov. Vetoes Bill Requiring Medical Care for Babies Who Survive an Abortion

Gov. Tony Evers  By Michael Foust - Posted at Christian Headlines: Wisconsin’s Democratic governor vetoed five pro-life bills Friday, including one that would require medical care for a baby who survives an abortion and another one that would prohibit sex-selective, race-selective and disability-selective abortions. Gov. Tony Evers announced news of the vetoes on social media, alleging the bills “would restrict access to reproductive healthcare in Wisconsin.” “I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again today: as long as I’m governor, I will veto any legislation that turns back the clock on reproductive rights in this state – and that’s a promise,” Evers tweeted. Read more...


  Christians for Personhood "Twelve states would immediately restrict abortion if Roe disappears, and others would be likely to impose significant new restrictions," reported Axios. "Overruling Roe will not put an end to conflicts about abortion," Ziegler said before [ SCOTUS oral ] arguments began. "The right-to-life movement** is aiming for the recognition of personhood and the outlawing of every abortion, nationwide. Roe is just the beginning." ** Note: The unbiblical, incrementalist, Romish/ecumenical pro-life industry (e.g., National Right to Life, US Conference of [Roman] Catholic Bishops, et al.) has been the biggest hindrance and opponent and obstruction to establishing personhood. Personhood legislation has been filed continuously in the federal US Congress every year since 1994, and had at times been filed earlier than that. Personhood legislation was first filed in the SC Legislature 22 years ago in 1998, and has been filed continuously every ye

Supreme Court to weigh opportunity to reverse Roe

 By Tom Strode - Posted at Baptist Press: WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Wednesday (Dec. 1) a case that pro-life Americans hope will finally bring an end to a permissive, nationwide abortion regime that has lasted nearly a half-century. The justices will hear oral arguments regarding Mississippi’s 2018 Gestational Age Act, which bans abortions of unborn children whose gestational age is more than 15 weeks. Specifically, they have said their ruling will be limited to whether, as the state said in its petition to the court, “all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions are unconstitutional.” Viability for an unborn child, or the ability to survive outside the womb, is typically considered to be several weeks after the limit set by Mississippi’s law. The Supreme Court’s major opinions that have controlled abortion law – Roe v. Wade in 1973 and Planned Parenthood v. Casey in 1992 – prohibit states from banning abortions before an unborn child is viable. The