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Opponents of the Right to Life Use Judge in Wisconsin to Stop Legal Protection of Children and Women - Texas is Next Comments

Though the opponents of the Right to life used a Federal Judge in Wisconsin to strip legal protection from children and women temporarily, and even if Texas is next, they simply will not prevail. God is the defender of these children, and the protector of the mothers who know not what they do. The fundamental Human Right to life cannot be stripped away by any Court or any legislature. Our cause is just. The Right to Life will prevail. Continue Reading

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  1. Joe
    1 year ago

    The ACLU and the judges need to go on trial. Why have law if they can be broken by minority groups. Judges need the faces put up in public as George Zimmerman is being shown on TV. Doing nothing is not the answer. ACLU, courts, media and our president do should not be allow to kill the unborn. Our country is a disgrace. Lets pray to the Lord and St. Michael the Archangel's for help to cast these evils demons out. Saving one unborn is our goal, God will reward us.

  2. abey
    1 year ago

    Where the law is leavened it turns itself contrary to the law of God to become "another Law" ear pleasing though(from which derives the ear pleasing words of the prophets of the day called the prophets of Babylon)going against the Will of God, thus is cursed, as stated in Zechariah Ch. 5 to the flying scroll ,appeasing to serving, the wickedness to the witchcraft, the "Sorcery" prophesied. It seems much of harry potter likes, surpassing the children, has reached even the highest courts of the land, unto its leavens, serving a people become complacent to the faith.

  3. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    Our system of government needs to be amended because it is turning into a oligarchy, in which the wishes of a few override the many.

  4. DarthJ
    1 year ago

    How long must we suffer the evil Federal government? Nothing has changed in the past 60 years. Enough is enough.

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