Life Issues with host Brad Mattes: a daily pro-life radio commentary.
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You’ve not heard from me for a couple of weeks because my wife and I have been “down under” in Australia where I just finished a two-week lecture tour. Our ports of call were various cities and towns up and … Continue reading
The Roe vs. Wade of euthanasia may be coming soon. Major oral arguments on two appellate court decisions were heard in January. The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in California and the 2nd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in … Continue reading
From Greenpeace.org Original link: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/news/Blogs/makingwaves/population-and-ecology/blog/44620/ Population and Ecology Blogpost by Rex Weyler – 6 May, 2013 World governments, the public, and the UN now recognize that the human population number matters in achieving ecological sustainability for human communities. For forty … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but the televised Olympics—both summer and winter—are a special time in my home. If I’m not traveling, Ellen and I are glued to the TV, soaking in the inspiration exuded by the athletes. The Paralympics … Continue reading
When it comes to the culture of death, they’ll stop at nothing. From the unborn to the terminally ill, severely brain injured or elderly—life is treated as disposable. They believe circumstances dictate the quality of life and set arbitrary standards … Continue reading
The problem is as old as legalized abortion. Elected officials publicly espouse deeply held religious convictions of opposing or even hating abortion. Then, after getting to Washington, DC, the state capital or city counsel chambers, not only do they sing … Continue reading
Two long weeks of continued dramatic infighting came to an end, and pro-family, pro-life NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) basked in a substantial victory. The lines were sharply drawn. On one side were Western nations negotiating as a block called JUSCANZ (Japan, … Continue reading