Smoke & Mirrors

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Holy Smokes! We are constantly hearing about candidates who claim to be ProLife. Some have voting records that we can check, but sometimes that can be tricky too. For example; there could be a bill that proposed to protect babies from abortion, but someone introduced exceptions for fetal anomaly. If the legislator voted against it because of the exception clause,…

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Happy Birthday!

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A couple of weeks ago the Delegates to the New Hampshire Republican Convention voted in an amendment that surprised some people. – Walt Stapleton’s excellent amendment to strengthen the Family PASSED, including, – Improving the first sentence about life by adding “pre-born” (instead of “unborn”), and adding “personhood” for the first time, in the underlined words, “Support the pre-born [as…

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ProLife Advocacy Members Trust Who?

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Advocacy Groups exist to be the eyes and ears of their members. Members trust them to uphold their stated goals. People are working hard to make ends meet and give their hard earned money to support the Advocacy Groups they believe will actually do what they say, whether that is to keep them informed about legislation and policy or feed…

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Naughty-Dog Politics

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Four out of five of my children have already owned their own businesses.  My youngest daughter was breeding Labrador Retrievers for a while.  Eight or ten puppies is a handful, I can tell you.  They develop their personalities pretty quickly.  It was interesting to see how my daughter would match people and puppies based on their lifestyle. We had a…

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2014 Endorsements

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We have a number of endorsed candidates. These are the people who have Affirmed the goal to protect the Right to Life for all human beings and have turned in specific question responses and have proven by voting records and or testimony that they will honor personhood for all people. Patric Bick seaking State Representative in Salem, NH Larry Gagne…

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2014 Endorsed Candidates

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We have a number of endorsed candidates. These are the people who have Affirmed the goal to protect the Right to Life for all human beings and have turned in specific question responses and have proven by voting records and or testimony that they will honor personhood for all people. Patric Bick seaking State Representative in Salem, NH Larry Gagne…

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Where Are the Voters?

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We have some really great ProLife candidates here, in New Hampshire. I received dozens of Affirmation Statements from candidates all over the state.  The Affirmation states in part that a candidate, once he or she becomes a legislator, will do all they can to protect the Right to Life for all human beings regardless of race, age, degree of disability,…

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Added Endorsed Candidates

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NH Right To Life Political Action Committee’s New Endorsement Policy! “New Hampshire Right to Life PAC will only endorse 100% ProLife, No Compromise candidates for public office” newly appointed chair, Darlene Pawlik, states, “There are many people who consider themselves ProLife, but hold that imposed death is acceptable in some circumstances or for certain categories of people.” Voters need to…

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Pro-life vs pro-choice candidates: How can we tell?

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Guest Post by Kurt Wuelper, President of New Hampshire Right to Life Committee and candidate for State Representative. In recent years, polling shows that a majority of Americans consider themselves ‘Pro-Life’. How can we tell if a candidate is pro-life vs pro-choice? The question is, “What does it mean to be Pro-Life”? Can one support abortion and still be pro-life? What…

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GOP: Status Quo? Or Return to Principled Leadership?

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Guest Blog Post by Charlotte Antal, Trustee of NH Right to Life, mother of two and conservative voter. In public service, independent thinking is not a bad thing when you are advocating for something objectively true…or when your party is doing something wrong (God knows the left needs more independent thinkers on right to life issues these days).  But Scott…

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