Tuesday, June 02, 2015


Dear Larry,

Pro-lifers were shocked to hear news out of Colorado that a pregnant woman had been attacked and had her unborn baby Aurora cut out of her.

Tragically, the baby did not survive, yet Colorado prosecutors are refusing to bring up murder charges against the killer.

Why you ask?

You see, baby Aurora was still eight weeks away from birth.

Colorado state law prevented charging the attacker for murder because the law stated that little Aurora was not yet "a person."

And since the law doesn't give little Aurora the protection of "personhood," this killer will get off scot-free.

Colorado legislators crafted a modest bill to protect unborn babies from similar attacks in the future.

Yet the so-called "National Abortion Rights Action League" (NARAL) couldn't stomach even the slightest restrictions on protecting unborn life.

NARAL Colorado put out a statement taking a firm stance against such "harsh penalties" on anyone who ends a pregnancy "against mothers' wishes."

You read that right.

It's not enough to the abortion lobby that mothers can choose to kill their unborn children at any time and for any reason, but killers who wish to kill an unsuspecting mother's unborn baby should be protected too.

The abortion lobby's radical support for abortion-on-demand knows no bounds.

For Life,

Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance

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