Archive for October 11th, 2006

Choice or Coersion

Abortion is all about “choice” right? Or are many women coerced into killing their own children? I guess if we got rid of abortion altogether, we’d get rid of that coercion factor as well. One more good letter from the Rapid City Journal today (boy, those pro-life fanatics were sure out in force today) :-): […]

Not Just Christian

Ooooohh, I guess respect for life isn’t just a Christian value. Yet another good letter to the editor of the Rapid City Journal today: Pro-life record Alone among the ancient societies, the Hebrews regarded abortion as a crime associated with murder. Jewish tradition universally praises those who resisted abortion. In Temple days, Jewish courts punished […]

Not the only one

Apparently I’m not the only one out there who is “intolerant” of clergy who tolerate sin in the name of political correctness. Another letter to the editor of the Rapid City Journal: Word of God Re: Rev. Larry Dahlstrom’s Oct. 4 letter. Neither do I know you personally, nor do I know your church. However, […]

Letters to the Editor

There were several good letters to the editor of the Rapid City Journal today. Here’s one: Smart girls I’m glad women of today realize they have a choice. Opportunities are unlimited; deciding “yes” or “no” is the hard part. Making a good choice is the secret of happiness. “He” cannot make you happy, that’s your […]

Abortion Hurts Women, Too has had a good radio spot playing across the state for the past couple of weeks. If you haven’t heard it, you can go here to listen. It tells the truth about the abortion ban, told by Kayla Brandt, a woman who had an abortion and knows the devastation it causes, not only for […]

Wolves on the Loose

What is it with all the doublespeak these days? – We have groups like South Dakota Campaign for “Healthy” families that urges people to support a procedure which kills unborn children and subjects women to health risks and a lifetime of regret. – We also have a group called Pastors for Moral Choices that apparently […]