The United Methodists have ended their relationship with the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. This is especially good news for yours truly who had to keep her youngest kid home from school mission trips in protest of this unholy association. This decision was reached at the Quadrennial General Conference meeting in Portland by a vote of 425 to 268 (a landslide).
The rationale behind the decision calls the RCRC a “one-sided political lobby that opposes all disapproval or limitation of abortion.”
Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B Anthony List, reports that Donald Trump has hired John Mashburn as his policy director. Mashburn has been chief of staff to Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina, a well known advocate of life. Ms. Dannenfelser says that Mashburn’s pro-life roots go all the way back to his service with Sen. Jesse Helms.
Learn more about the highly respected Susan B. Anthony List and it’s pro-life political advocacy HERE, and consider them as a resource for casting well informed votes.
It’s encouraging to hear that Trump is not secretly allergic to pro-life views. Maybe we can find a way to convey to him the inefficiency of relying on hormonal birth control (which is not nearly as effective as advertised), as well as the cost of the myriad health problems from these drugs, and the ensuing abortions.
Pharmers’ message to Mr. Trump: Operating in harmony with natural law is good business.