Written by R. Martin Palmer
Published by National Association for the Advancement of Preborn Children.
Illustration by Philippe Lejeune
This book is an informative, poignant and well documented account of a divorced husband and wife who had divided beliefs in what should happen to their conceived children in vitro. This includes the eloquent testimony of Dr. Jerome Lejeune in the 1989 Tennessee Frozen Embryos court case of Davis vs. Davis, in which he lays out the humanity of the embryonic child.
President Lincoln saw the connection. Do we?
Lyrics to Prayer for the Preborn Child. To the tune of “America, the Beautiful” by Father Clifford Stevens
In legislation introduced at my request in the First Session of the 100th Congress, I have asked the Legislative branch to declare the “humanity of the unborn child and the compelling interest of the several states to protect the life of each person before birth.” This duty to declare on so fundamental a matter falls to the Executive as well. By this Proclamation I hereby do so.
A plan to take back the Constitution for the People and Restore the Balance of Power.
As a lawyer admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court
since 1977 (4 years after Roe v. Wade), I have filed my share of petitions
before the high court and studied the court.
Conservative presidents have sometimes appointed conservative justices to
the court who later surprised us all by falling into the orbit of and voting
with the liberal wing of the court. Why?
Dear Mr. President,
In your interview broadcast on Fox News, Sunday, November 29, you made an A+ case for the
need to give the people in this nation that Abraham Lincoln properly called a nation “of, by and
for the people” and opportunity to cast their vote, but this time cast it in a completely transparent,
open and truthful voting process.