March Meeting

 

In the years since the Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade making abortion legal in the U.S. over 60 million children have died, their mothers and families have been harmed, and our nation has embraced a culture of death that increasingly threatens the weak and unwanted of all ages with destruction.

Laws are important to protect innocent life and we encourage legislators to pass laws that protect life from conception to natural death.  Judges who will uphold the original guarantee of the Constitution to life are important and we pray that our courts protect the right to life at every opportunity.  The efforts of pregnancy care centers and hospice programs that provide guidance and practical support are important.   And you are important!

Join us for a discussion and training to learn how to speak so that lives may be saved.

If you are not a member of SUNACRW, please email sunacrw@gmail.com for details on how to participate.

An American Holocaust: 46 years, 61 million deaths

Some of us march today.

All of us pray to end abortion.


Please join us.

Pro-woman.  Pro-Child.

 

First GOP Women to Serve on US Senate Judiciary Committee

 

US Senators Marsha Blackburn (TN) and Joni Ernst (IA) are reported to be new additions to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Pro-life women’s groups are hailing the appointments.  Blackburn, newly elected to the Senate after spending 16 years in the US House, is a fierce advocate for life.  Ernst, considered one of the most conservative senators, introduced legislation to defund Planned Parenthood.

Blackburn, Ernst become first GOP women to serve on Senate Judiciary

Senate Judiciary Committee to get first female GOP members

 

 

Phyllis Schlafly: Heroine of the Conservative Cause

SUNACRW President Irene Harris, Eagle Forum Founder Phyllis Schlafley and Carolyn Conner, SUNACRW V.P. for Union County

PLC 2010 with the founding mother of modern conservatism, Phyllis Schlafly, who passed away this week at age 92 after serving her country for 70 years while raising 6 children with her late husband, Fred.  The lives she touched and inspired are countless, including the women of our council.  We honor her memory.

A loving pro-life response to Amy Brenneman

Last week actress Amy Brenneman, who filed a brief in opposition to abortion clinics in Texas being required to maintain basic health clinic standards, said she did not regret an abortion she had as a young woman.

Today we offer this link to an article containing the full text of a letter to Ms. Brenneman written by Congresswoman Diane Black -TN.  Rep. Black was a nurse for 40 years before being elected to Congress.  Her response is both bold and compassionate as her words remind us that women must survive to birth to have rights, and that their gender all too often condemns them to early death.

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