HB3 news

The Humanity in Healthcare Act joins the Laws Under Fire list on the KRLA legislation pages.

2022 Legacy ProLife Scholarships for HS Seniors

new program

WATCH FOR NEWS! Up to TEN $1000 Scholarships will be awarded!

4D Ultrasound

yawning infant

PHOTO CREDITS: 4D Ultrasound of fetal yawning at 30 weeks of pregnancy by Dr. Wolfgang Moroder. Baby yawning by Jeuwre. Human fetus at 10 weeks.

aclu meme

A Ryan Bomberger meme

Liberty meme

A Ryan Bomberger Meme.




Equality meme

A Ryan Bomberger Meme.

10 week old fetus

fetus at 10 weeks

Learn about Kentucky’s Dismemberment Law.

Victory PAC Survey

View the printable PAC Questionnaire here. The deadline to submit it is July 8, 2022.

NEW THIS YEAR: Judicial Candidate Survey

All Categories

All appear or reappear on the Index page, and disappear after a category or individual post is selected.

KRLA Forum

By

The KRLA Forum carries up-to-date pro-life news and comment. You may need to refresh this page for the latest view.

Watch for more news on the KRLA Facebook page, USA.life and Twitter

KRLA Forum

scholarship-annc-450.png

We are proud of our new Executive Director Addia Wuchner for establishing a new program of the RTL Educational Foundation of Ky— the ProLife Legacy Founders Scholarship Fund!

Four $1,000 scholarships for graduating seniors who seek to advance in four academic areas will be awarded this spring and in coming years. The areas of study are:

  • Law / Political Science
  • Medicine / Healthcare / Nursing
  • Education / Media and Communications
  • Trade and Technical

The scholarships are given in honor of Margie Montgomery on whose shoulders we stand, Judge Robert F. Greene, Esq., and Paul J. Kissel (dec.), a Ky architect.

The Donald C. Wintersheimer Memorial Scholarship honors this Ky Supreme Court Justice who served 24 years. (dec. Feb. 2021). Justice Wintersheimer was the most prolific opinion writer in Kentucky history, averaging over 50 opinions each year. Addia shares from an Opinion he penned regarding a case involving quality of life before the Ky Supreme Court, so you may appreciate the merits of the Donald Wintersheimer Memorial Scholarship:

That reasoning would place the courts in the position of affirming that death, or nonexistence, is preferable to life. The argument that there is a kind of ‘quality of life’ ethic is without any merit… If logically extended, it could produce a culture that condones the extermination of the weak by the strong or the more powerful.