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True Confessions

Jan 28, 2010 3 Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

The laws of evidence recognize that a declaration against interest is entitled to heightened credibility, because people rarely make statements that are against their best interest unless they are certain the statement is true. An example might be a car salesman who stands to profit by selling a used car to you, but who ...

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A person’s a person, no matter who’s President

Jan 21, 2010 2 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Last year, our outgoing President proclaimed January 18, 2009, as "National Sanctity of Human Life Day." This year, however, we are more likely to get a White House proclamation (like this) celebrating the abomination that is Roe v. Wade. Regardless of who is the chief executive---be it King George, President George, or President Barack---the right to ...

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Planned Parenthood to investigate Planned Parenthood

Jul 1, 2009 5 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

In response to the damning audio evidence released yesterday that showed Planned Parenthood's clinic in Birmingham covered up a report of alleged statutory rape, an investigation into PP's probably criminal activity is being launched by . . . Planned Parenthood. CBS 42's story on this sex abuse cover-up, Planned Parenthood Caught on Tape, included this statement ...

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Foundation calls for Planned Parenthood investigation

Jun 30, 2009 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

"The Foundation for Moral Law in Montgomery, Alabama called on the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) and law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute the Planned Parenthood clinic in Birmingham, AL, for recorded evidence released today that shows a staff member telling an alleged statutory rape victim that the clinic will “sometimes bend the ...

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Judging by Law or Feelings?

Jun 11, 2009 1 Comment ›› John Eidsmoe

Should judges base their decisions on an impartial evaluation of the law as applied to the facts? Or should they judge based upon the criterion set forth by President Obama -- "empathy"? Do men and women, young and old, white and black, rich and poor, have different versions of law, truth, and justice? Even ...

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Civil Rights March for Unborn Americans on June 13

Jun 11, 2009 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

This Saturday, June 13 is a historic day for supporters of unborn life in Alabama.  Alabama Citizens for Life, the Foundation for Moral Law, and many other churches and pro-life organizations are participating in the CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH FOR UNBORN AMERICANS. Reminiscent of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, this event will begin with a ...

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An American Heroine!

Apr 28, 2009 3 Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

The University of Notre Dame, possibly the premier Catholic university in America, has sadly compromised its fundamental convictions by inviting pro-abortion President Obama to give the 2009 commencement address.  To quell the storm, Notre Dame announced their decision to invite pro-life Catholic scholar and former Vatican Ambassador Mary Ann Glendon to speak at Notre Dame ...

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How doth Obama love abortion? Let us count the ways.

Apr 9, 2009 6 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Despite some rhetoric that pro-abortion Barack Obama wants to "to achieve the goal of reducing unintended pregnancies," his actions since his election have been speaking much louder than his empty words.  If you are having trouble keeping up with how much Obama loves abortion, then LifeNews.com has compiled a list so that you may count ...

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John Eidsmoe on lawful protests

Apr 7, 2009 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Col. John Eidsmoe, legal counsel for the Foundation for Moral Law, participated in a radio interview yesterday with Paul Butler of Prime Time America (Moody Radio).  Along with Nat Hentoff of the Cato Institute, Col. Eidsmoe discussed the American and even Biblical history of lawful protests.  Click the link below to hear it (7.5 min.): Lawful ...

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No God Who Kills Innocents?

Feb 5, 2009 2 Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

Today, 5 Feb 2009, President Obama declared that "there is no religion whose central tenet is hate," and "there is no god who condones taking the life of an innocent human being." Perhaps President Obama should reread the Quoran: "Sura 9:5: Then, when the sacred months have passed, ...

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