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It’s good to avoid cruelty (both prenatal and postnatal)

If there can be prenatal care, there can be prenatal cruelty. If society can dehumanize the unborn because they aren’t “viable,” what’s to stop the dehumanizing of the unviable elderly? Both racism and abortion are cruel. Racism is postnatal cruelty. … Continue reading

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Going beyond misperception is the key to kindness

Misperception produces deception. Humble reception of truth gives clear perception. To overcome violence in society we must silence hostility and replace it with a culture of kindness and respect for all human life. Both accusations and denials of racism miss … Continue reading

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3 prolife facts

If homicide and suicide are wrong, so is prenatalcide. To be against the death penalty for the guilty, but for the abortion of the innocent, is inconsistent. When prenatal kill replaces prenatal care, ALL human LIVES are devalued.

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Body count: When somebody chooses to make a living, prenatal human body a disposable nobody, everybody’s life is devalued.

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All lives matter (or do they?)

You can’t treat me that way! I was worthless and disposable in the womb, but now my life matters. I lived through the womb!!! I went through the womb and came out of it alive! (I bet you did, too.) I’m … Continue reading

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“The right to choose,” falsely says “Some lives don’t matter.”

Why don’t prenatal lives matter in America? Why have we devalued the most innocent form of human life? Why are prenatal lives offered no respect, no protection, and no rights? Abortion opens up a frightening question: If prenatal human life is … Continue reading

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Should cat owners have the right to chose to declaw?

(Some of the comments on this post have made me wonder: If cat fetuses were declawed in their mother’s womb, would that make the act less cruel and barbaric?) Should declawing cats be illegal? A cat owner’s right to choose is under attack … Continue reading

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