Friday, January 23, 2009

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's Niece: Abortion Means Obama Doesn't Fulfill Dream

Alveda King
"The election of an African American president sends a powerful and historic message that what was previously unthinkable can become reality," King said.

"The battle for equal rights has reached a major milestone, but Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of full equality remains just a dream as long as unborn children continue to be treated no better than property." --Alveda King

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Photos from Hawaii March for Life 2009

Mark Loepker
Musician Mark Loepker and daughter with pre-program music

Fr. Marc Alexander
Father Marc Alexander giving the welcoming address

Chaplain Alex McAngus
Chaplain Alex McAngus

Director
HRTL President Karen DiCostanzo

K of C
Knights of Columbus

Director
HRTL President Karen DiCostanzo, with Lt. Governor and Mrs. Aiona


Lt. Gov.
Lt. Governor James "Duke" Aiona

Pro-Choice equals murder
"Pro-Choice is Pro-Murder"

Bishop Silva
Bishop Silva

Bishop Silva
Bishop Clarence "Larry" Silva

State senators and reps.
Pro-life state senators and representatives

Legislators

Leon and Mike Gabbard
Leon and State Senator Mike Gabbard performing Hawaiian pro-life song they co-wrote

Rep. Lynne Finnegan
Rep. Lynne Finnegan

Pastor Eric Hurd
Pastor Eric Hurd

Carol White
Carol White - Hawaii Right to Life

Eva Andrade
Eva Andrade - Diocese of Honolulu

Shofar
Rabbi Daniel Vargas blowing the shofar

TY Pres. Bush
"Thank you President Bush"

K of C
Knights of Columbus leading the march

The Pro-life Marchers
The pro-life marchers

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Sources: Obama may use executive order reverse abortion policy

President-elect Barack Obama is considering issuing an executive order to reverse a controversial Bush administration abortion policy in his first week in office, three Democratic sources said Monday.

Obama's second full day as president falls on the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion in the United States.
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