The opportunity to provide important safety measures for women seeking abortions has been quashed by the Supreme Court. The ruling for the June v. Russo case was announced this morning. Justice Roberts sided with the liberals. Justice Kavanaugh wrote the dissent. The KRLA Media Release is here.
Celebration of Life Banquet is ON!
Attention All Right to Lifers!
We are collecting e-mail addresses and taking a survey for our fall Walk For Life in Louisville. Especially during the coronavirus pandemic, we want to make sure people feel safe planning for a walk this fall.
We believe we can and should hold a Walk For Life this fall. We just want to make sure fellow pro-lifers will show up! Fill out the survey. Thanks!
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Learn about Kentucky’s Dismemberment Law.
In a little more than two weeks, the annual Celebration of Life Banquet will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville. This year, things are ‘a little’ different. First, it is a celebration of the Louisville RTL’s 50th Anniversary! That milestone will be specially celebrated. Also, it is on a Thursday rather than the traditional Friday.
We will enjoy a video presentation about the history of Louisville RTL which was instrumental early on in preventing abortion at hospitals, and started a movement in Kentucky to oppose the Supreme Court misjudgment.
As in previous years, we will have gift trees and a silent auction, and awards for people who have helped to make great strides in the fight to promote a culture of Life. This year, new opportunities to support Louisville RTL will be introduced.
Louisville RTL coordinates efforts for KRLA, the KRLA Political Action Committee, and the RTL Educational Foundation.
A very special keynoter, Mike Fichter, will bring insider information on Planned Parenthood’s strategy to convert Kentucky into a pro-abortion state through numerous tactics that are now underway.
Mike is CEO of Indiana RTL, Host of LoveX2 podcast on Apple Podcasts (Facebook too), and author of many pro-life books, and an in-demand, dynamic speaker.
For COVID-19 purposes, the Crowne Plaza banquet facilities are viewed as restaurants. These rules apply, and are designed to keep all of us safe. We are limited to 425 guests and would like to achieve that number— and we have about 100 to go. So, join us! Be one of the hundred! RSVP now! The deadline to register is July 6.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron today continued his unwavering defense of the unborn by asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit to rehear a case involving a Kentucky law that bans live-dismemberment abortions. Attorney General Cameron tendered a Petition for Rehearing asking the case to be reheard en banc by all 16 judges of the court.
House Bill 454, known as the Human Rights of Unborn Children Act, was passed in 2018 by the General Assembly and requires abortion providers to ensure that an unborn child dies before beginning the gruesome dismemberment abortion procedure. The bill does not ban the controversial abortion procedure, but, instead, requires that the procedure is performed in a more humane manner. The bill was passed with bipartisan support and was immediately challenged by the ACLU on behalf of EMW Women’s Surgical Center.
“We’re exhausting every possible option to ensure that this law continues to be defended and is ultimately enforced,” said Attorney General Cameron. “The law extends compassion and dignity to the unborn by ensuring they are not subjected to the horror and pain of the dismemberment process while still alive. We would never allow the dismemberment of any other living being, and we are going to continue fighting, all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary, so that it can’t happen to unborn children (KRLA emphasis).”
Ever wonder what to DO to affect or even to STOP the societal events that are tearing down our constitution and our prospect for freedom in the USA?
When you are actively pro-life, you ARE doing something. You are providing an important service by holding the line against the easy acceptance of abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, assisted suicide and experimentation or processes that use embryonic stem cells or fetal cells.
You are fighting for conscience rights, no taxpayer funding for abortion, no webcam abortions, and other important territories in the culture war.
AND, YOU ALREADY HAVE done a lot of IMPORTANT WORK for Kentucky to live and breathe a pro-life ethic— you “flipped the House” in 2016, and today we have a pro-life majority both in our Senate and House of Representatives. Both of our U.S. Senators are pro-life, and only one U.S. Representative is pro-abortion.
Just yesterday, Planned Parenthood endorsed Joe Biden for President. PP’s acting president stated, "This is literally a life and death election.” Is she kidding? To say, They know not whereof they speak, is underneath an understatement.
So, keep up the great work! Your vote COUNTS and makes a HUGE DIFFERENCE for our state and our nation. Click here for information about polling locations. Though a number of races are uncontested in the Primary, there are IMPORTANT votes to cast— and YOUR VOTE IS VERY IMPORTANT.
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The many pro-life lawsuits defended during the Bevin administration were led by Steve Pitt who served as Gov. Bevin’s General Counsel. Then AG Andy Beshear refused to handle the suits brought by EMW, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU, so Bevin called upon his own staff to handle the extensive litigation.
The work was intense and demanded self sacrifice since it was beyond Pitt and his attorneys’ call of duty. This was recognized in a House Resolution during the 2019 General Assembly to Honor the dedicated and tireless work of Governor Bevin's legal team at this pivotal time in the fight for life and in defense of the unborn. - HR 218 states:
Governor Bevin’s legal team has accepted the challenge to defend the critically important pro-life legislation passed by the General Assembly and has assumed the duties constitutionally mandated to be performed by the Attorney General; and… consists of only three attorneys who have dedicated a tremendous number of hours to the fight for life, working thousands of hours with no overtime pay…
The outstanding legal team included some attorneys who worked in the Health and Family Services department as well.
On May 25th, Atty. Pitt stepped down from his role as counsel and special adviser to AG Daniel Cameron. We want to specially thank and commend him for his excellent work on behalf of innocent life and the many pro-life Kentuckians. We look for even greater achievements as he goes forward in his life and work.
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A Ryan Bomberger Meme. Click to read about President Trump's website to counter social media censorship.
We asked the people on the streets of London what they think about abortion, then we showed them the reality, see how they respond... to see the video they saw go to https://t.co/uN5TPSbE6j pic.twitter.com/vTB7QVGREM— CBR UK (@cbruk) December 6, 2019