Students for Life Action will have two deployments for high school and college students and even young adults to travel to New Castle or Scranton to help secure the pro-life vote in the November midterm elections.
The November mid-term elections are close yet far away. pro-life voters have much to do to ensure pro-life and pro-liberty candidates emerge victorious on election night.
If the scary agenda from the Biden Administration does not concern voters, what will? Their plan was clear all along to promote abortion demand despite Roe’s defeat by the Supreme Court this past summer. The administration and its allies in congress are out of touch with the American people on all levels.
There are many promising candidates that can help ensure a red wave and control both houses which has happened throughout history depending on who occupies the White House. When it happens, Biden is a lame duck heading into a potential re-election bid, despite poor health and low poll numbers.
Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, the question looms on who will be Tom Wolf’s successor. Josh Shapiro has had ads left and right on television and even youtube. Doug, where are you? Do you not want to win the race?
Pennsylvania has held the blueprint in the pro-life debate, especially under the leadership of the late Bob Casey Sr who led the commonwealth in the 80s.
Pro-Life bills were passed on the state level, yet were vetoed or not enforced.
If voters can do something now, they can start by educating the community on the horrors of abortion, fetal development, and sharing the stories of those who walked away from the diabolical industry.
Pro-lifers, are you ready to step up your game? Take an active role in securing the pro-life majority now in Pennsylvania and Washington.
Come represent the unborn tomorrow night as panelists have an ‘in-depth conversational about preserving access to safe and legal abortion in PA’.
Pro-abortion legislators and advocates are panelists invited by Senator Tim Kearney to a ‘Reproductive Healthcare as a Human Right’ event in Morton this Thursday night at 7PM. The list of speakers includes:
It’s hard to believe that it has been one month since Dobbs v Jackson case was decided. Since the decision, nearly half the country have or will restrict abortion thanks to pro-life laws passed by state legislature.
Unfortunately, for many states controlled by pro-abortion leaders, the hard work and perseverance must be doubled. At the same time, those of us who live in states that have banned abortion should continue to be on the alert to ensure its state defends life at its earliest stage. No doubt this will be at stake in many senate, congressional, and gubernational races.
Take the first step today in doubling your efforts to defend life and end abortion. The issue is not settled in the state capitals, city halls, or even the legislative or executive branches. Instead, this can be settled in our homes, communities, and even on the public square when we change the hearts and minds of those who are directly or indirectly involved with the Culture of Death.
Never give up, persevere. The abortion lobby’s house of cards will soon fall.
We just witnessed the fall of Goliath thanks to Dobbs v Jackson. Now, we must chase after the Philistines and have them surrender.
The following is from Maria Gallagher in response to the passage of PA’s life amendment. She reminds us of the next steps to ensure PA is a pro-life state.
Dear Pro-Life Leaders,
The Pennsylvania Senate and House of Representatives have now passed the Constitutional Amendment which would bar taxpayer funding of abortion and would keep abortion out of the PA Constitution. The legislation ensures that the people, through their duly-elected representatives, would decide on abortion policy rather than the courts.
If your state lawmakers voted for SB 106, please thank them.
The Amendment must pass the House and Senate again next session before the issue can be placed on the ballot for voters to decide. The next session begins in January. The legislation does not need to be signed by the Governor since it is a Constitutional Amendment.
Tired of the inconsistency from the once thick pool of candidates looking to replace Pat Toomey and defeat either Fetterman or Lamb in the midterm election this November
Previously, this blog made a case to support Joe Gale for PA Governor. Now, as we shift from state race to the US Senate race, it is no coincidence that his brother, Sean has his eye on the US Senate.
With Pennsylvania being one of the important battleground states in any given election, the stakes are very high. All that is needed is the right man for the job. Sean is the one.
Like his brother, Sean wasted little time calling out his opponents on their inconsistency while also being a consistent voice for life. He is not your statu quo candidate. He is confident to get things done on the federal level while holding bi-partisan accountable for lack of action on all levels.
Sean is the pro-life, pro-family, pro-liberty, and America first candidate needed at the federal level. He does have a tough hill to climb against the top contenders in Dr. Oz, Jeff Bartos, and Dave McCormick.
On May 17th, vote for Sean Gale for U.S. Senate and his brother Joe for Governor in the Republican primary.
With the primary race for PA Governor just a few mere weeks away, it is clear that there is one candidate who can cross off everything voters need to defeat Josh Shapiro and undo everything Tom Wolf has done… Joe Gale.
Against all odds, Joe Gale won a challenging and dirty race in 2015 to become Commissioner of Montgomery County after he learned of the establishment Republicans in the county had endorsed a board member of Planned Parenthood. He won by 1000 votes between him and the establishment candidate.
What sets him apart from establishment candidates like Jake Corman and Doug Mastriano is his events called “Cup of Joe”. He has held more than 1000 of these events since 2015. During these events, he connects with voters throughout Pennsylvania to discuss the issues pressing them.
In the summer of 2017, he became a voice for families of Berks County who wanted to remove Planned Parenthood and its agenda in the public school system. With his help and voice, the nine-member school board voted down Planned Parenthood by a narrow 5-4 vote.
With Joe Gale, we have a powerful voice that is needed to walk the walk and not just talk the talk. Joe Gale is the complete package that is needed for Pennsylvania.
He has even fought the recent mask mandates in his county that have been waning our school children. He brings a common-sense approach to politics.
With Joe Gale, he can restore common sense, undo the Tom Wolf and RINO legacy combined, and most importantly bring more common sense to Harrisburg and the entire keystone state.
I am endorsing Joe Gale for Governor. You should too. Let’s support more candidates like him that are more action than talk.
It was no contest when three republicans, one a former presidential candidate ten years ago, will support Biden’s controversial nominee to the high court. They and their Democrat colleagues sealed her fate.
Today, with a 53-47 vote, President Biden’s promise to the abortion lobby has been fulfilled. Even Joe Manchin, Senator of West Virginia, sided with his Democratic colleagues in support of the controversial nominee. Manchin recently put some of Biden’s plans in limbo, until today. Three Republicans, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Mitt Romney of Utah, crossed party lines to support Biden’s nominee.
Sadly, Brown-Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is a threat to the progress of the pro-life movement over the past five decades.
“She doesn’t hold a position that ‘all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights… Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.’ Judge Jackson says she has no position on whether you have a right to life.” said Senator Ted Cruz.
Even Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina took it a step further, “The historic nature of Judge Jackson’s nomination reinforces the progress our country has made. However, ideology must be the determining factor—not identity.”
Brown-Jackson also took heat during the hearings about how she let sex offenders and pedophiles receive a light sentence.
The PA Family Institute held a gubernatorial debate among Republican candidates. Seven of the candidates were in attendance at Cairn University in Langhorne. They were Lou Barletta, Joe Gale, Charlie Gerow, Melissa Hart, Bill McSwain, Dave White, and Dr. Nche Zama. Jake Corman and Doug Mastriano were invited, but they decline due to being afraid of facing one of the candidates head-on. Their loss. Let alone the fact that they are both sellouts after helping in the passing of Act 77. Pennsylvania needs a proven man or woman of character willing to stand up to woke ideology and the progressive mob while getting the job done.
Voters in Pennsylvania got to hear firsthand what the candidates can do to address many hot-button issues facing our commonwealth and country today. Here is a breakdown of each issue pertaining to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.
As Rich Zeoli made aware, the Supreme Court may potentially send Roe v Wade back to the states. Every candidate welcomes that idea and hopes it does happen. Here is a breakdown of what each candidate says about abortion.
White: protect men and women. Gift from God especially in 33-year-old son, Brian with special needs. Abortion should not happen at any time. Pass Brian law. Fight at every moment of life.
Zama: Suicide is No.1 among children in PA thanks to COVID. Decisive. Life begins at conception when sperm and egg meet. You can’t deny biology.
Gerow: More action. Unbelievable opportunity. Fetal heartbeat and Down syndrome would be law. Sanctity of life. Take specific actions
Barletta: voted to defund PP. called out UPItt for harvesting baby parts in its medical school. Veto anti-life bill.
McSwain: Protect life when the majority wins in all state offices.
Gale: moral obligation to protect the vulnerable. The issue must be sent back to the state. Murder stops in Harrisburg when elected. Push for a strong life agenda.
Hart: sponsored Safe Haven Law and Personhood on state and federal. Compassion to protect both mother and child.
In addition to the issue of abortion, many hot-button issues surface. One, in particular, was transgenderism.
Biological males in their own gender sports
Males will not share locker with females
Gale: men play men sports. Women play women sports. Let down by the establishment.
Zama: Sperm and egg meet no return. Gender is biology. Psychological issue. Speak against transgenderism. Where are the Christians standing up to woke ideology?
Hart: only candidate to play women’s sports. she will protect women.
Gerow: Human aspect. Women are under assault. Total nonsense from woke culture. Women must be protected.
Barletta: Why should we talk about the trans issue? The world upside down since Roe v Wade. Protect women.
McSwain: It’s about protecting women and girls. 50th anniversary of Title IX. Enforce high ideals.
White: Protect women.
A notable quote from Dr. Zama: “You are still the same person you were born no matter how much you can your original biological makeup”
Religious Liberty was another issue that was brought to the debate floor. Each candidate slammed Josh Shapiro on attacking the Little Sisters of the Poor even his war with the Catholic Church. Here are some lines from the candidates.
Zama: It must be protected. Focus on greater agenda
Hart: Called out Shapiro for suing Little Sisters of the Poor. Why immigrants came to the United States, a haven for freedom. Foundation
Gerow: Founded by Penn in the commonwealth. Grills Shapiro on attacking religious groups. One Nation Under God to be free.
Barletta: Protect religious liberty.
McSwain: Vetoes bills attacking religious groups. Freedom of Religion not freedom from religion
White: Religion is under attack. Will push back once elected.
Gale: Faith-based nation. Do everything to protect this freedom. Religious exemption. Proud Catholic and will protect all faiths. Shapiro is anti-Catholic, will stand up to Shapiro.
Overall, each candidate seem promising and we enjoyed listening to what they can bring to the commonwealth when elected. Pennsylvanians, it is time to look at this race like it depends on everything.