Month: January 2015

LLDF Presents with Ave Maria School of Law & Vitae Foundation the West Coast Law of Life Summit

Immediately following the West Coast Walk for Life Every life is a gift. This is the theme of the upcoming Law of Life Summit to be held in San Francisco this Saturday, January 24th.  Our goal for this gathering is to promote ways to unite law and media in our continuing efforts to defend the …

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Dana Cody on LifeTalk

Dana Cody of the Life Legal Defense Foundation and Pastor Stephen Broden join Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, and Operation Rescue President, Troy Newman to discuss hard hitting pro-life news and issues. The new year kicks off with topics such as: overpopulation myths, Representative Thomas Massie’s query with Johnathon Gruber on population control, the work …

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Pro-Life Representatives Introduce Late-Term Abortion Ban in Congress

Tuesday, January 6, 2015, as the 114th Congress got underway, Representatives Trent Franks (R-AZ) and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) reintroduced the “Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” (H.R. 36). The Act is designed to protect the unborn from the sixth month of conception. It was previously passed by the House in the 113th Congress by a …

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A Tale of Two Cities

Katie Short Once upon a time, last month, there were two cities. In each of these two cities, there were people who were upset about something they believed was a terrible injustice. Some of these people gathered on the public sidewalks to protest this injustice. In each city there were also policemen who tried to …

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From the Executive Director: What a Difference a Hospital Makes

Dana Cody Long-time Lifeline readers will understand that Life Legal Defense Foundation’s (LLDF) priority has always been defending the constitutional rights of free speech on behalf of those who advocate for the lives of the unborn. As we have seen time and time again, protecting the right to speak and advocate on behalf of the …

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Interview: Reversing the Effects of RU486

Colette Wilson An Interview with George Delgado, M.D., and Debbie Bradel, R.N., pioneers of the Abortion Pill Reversal program. George Delgado, M.D. received his medical degree from the University of California, Davis and completed his residency at Santa Monica Hospital/UCLA. He is board certified in family medicine, and hospice and palliative medicine. Dr. Delgado completed …

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Making the Most of Life: Life Legal 25th Anniversary Benefit

Michael Marcus The Life Legal Defense Foundation held its Annual Benefit on September 27, 2014. The Crystal Ballroom of the Marines’ Memorial Club in San Francisco supplied the venue—and provided all the old S.F. charm that the attendees could hope for. This was decidedly a special occasion because it marked Life Legal’s 25th anniversary. Besides …

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One Clinic At A Time: A Review of Abortion Free

Jonathon Van Maren Troy Newman starts off his new book (written with colleague Cheryl Sullenger) with a confession: “I like it—no, I love it—when abortion clinics close. When the news hits that another abortion clinic has shut down or that some abortionist has been stripped of his medical license, my senior policy adviser, coauthor, and …

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Death with Aesthetics

Wesley Smith We don’t speak plainly in public discourse anymore. Rather, we equivocate and deploy euphemisms to sanitize our debates. Take the passing of Brittany Maynard by her own hand, which the media has repeatedly characterized as an act of “dignity.” To be sure, Maynard died with human dignity—but not because she committed suicide. Human …

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