Thursday, January 17, 2019

CHPP Daily Brief SPECIAL EDITION Thursday, January 17, 2019


The March for Life . . . and more!

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Thursday, January 17, 2019

This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live! (Deuteronomy 30:19)

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Please note: below you will find 3 pro-life bills that were passed yesterday in the State of Virginia. We also recognize the many other states that are battling for LIFE. Thank you all for your efforts for our King! Amen.

"Standing United Together . . . Under the Cross of Christ"

TOMORROW! 46th March for Life

TOMORROW! 46th March for Life

"Get Out There" because The Battle is the Lords, But We are the Soldiers

As marchers prepare for their nearly 1-1/2 mile trek from near the Washington Monument on the National Mall up Capitol Hill to the US Supreme Court, they're seeing both victories and challenges for their cause.

"It's a tough battle to win hearts and minds so that abortion becomes unthinkable in our culture," March for Life President Jeanne Mancini told CBN News.

For instance, having the new Democratic majority in the House of Representatives makes her job battling abortion tougher. "With the House leadership in terms of committees and what have you, that side of Congress is the most pro-abortion Congress we've ever had," Mancini explained. "So, sadly, I think we're going to have to fight to keep the status quo."

Republican senators such as Oklahoma's James Lankford, Mississippi's Roger Wicker and Kansas' Pat Roberts just introduced a bill in the Republican-controlled Senate that would permanently ban any sort of taxpayer funding of abortion. That's an idea that polling shows 62 percent of Americans support. But now such a bill is likely to get killed by the House.

"The task is daunting," Mancini said of the battle to end abortion. "We do this one step at a time, one day at a time."

Fewer Abortions & Fewer Places to Get Them

On the positive side, the number of abortion clinics has dropped from their 1991 high of 2,176 to just 697, according to the pro-life group Operation Rescue. That's a 79 percent decrease.

Meanwhile, the yearly rate of the unborn killed in America has gone from more than a million in the late 1990s to less than 800,000 these last few years, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

"The number of abortions is down every year, which speaks volumes," Mancini stated. "The number of abortion clinics is down under 700 for the first time ever since a year or two after Roe v Wade. The number of pregnancy care centers is the highest that it's ever been."

While the Democratic control of the House means a tougher battle for pro-lifers on the national level, things are actually looking better out in some of the states.

Marchers can celebrate 19 pro-life bills passing in various states last year, many more than pro-choice initiatives becoming law, according to Americans United for Life.

And more such bills are coming, according to Mancini, who proclaimed, "We're making advances in state legislation. Really positive advances. And of course, we're excited about the makeup of the Supreme Court."

More Coverage, Less Support

She also suggested the pro-life cause could be aided by more news coverage of abortion in general. The March for Life leader pointed out when a Senate effort to ban late-term abortions received much coverage, public support for the heinous practice dropped.

"Americans were appalled by what they saw and heard about it," Mancini explained, "and we saw public opinion change."

The same happened when the public learned of the gruesome practices going on at Kermit Gosnell's Philadelphia clinic, such as snipping the spinal cord of babies who survived abortion procedures.

"We also know that most Americans would limit abortion much more than it is limited in the United States," Mancini concluded. "We're one of only seven countries around the world that allows late-term abortion."

African-Americans Targeted for Extermination

As America honors the life of civil rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr. this coming weekend, the point is being made how early abortion activists targeted the black population.

Rev. Dean Nelson of the Frederick Douglass Foundation quoted from a letter Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger wrote, saying, "'We don't want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.'" Sanger even suggested enlisting black pastors to promote abortion as a positive thing to their congregations.

Sadly, that use of abortion to limit the black population has proven to be devastatingly effective.

"African-Americans make up 12 to 13 percent of the adult population in America," Nelson told CBN News, adding, "However, over 33 percent of abortions are performed on African-American women."

Without abortion, Nelson pointed out African-Americans would still be the largest non-white group in the nation, a position they've lost to Hispanics.

"They've fallen below the replacement level," Nelson said.

(Breaking Christian News) Read more here.

- 'Abortion Is NOT Healthcare!'

- Staggering Death Toll & Ways to Fight It

- So, what can people do who want to battle for the unborn? (Answer: PRAY and VOTE PROLIFE)

- Father, we pray You will encourage the marchers with the knowledge that "Life is winning"! You have moved the hearts and minds of our nation, and the court must correct it's awful mistake. Give our Supreme Court the courage to take on this challenge and rule for Life.

- Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go, for to you I entrust my life. (Psalm 143:8)

How to Advocate for LIFE

Two Ways to Advocate for LIFE

1. Invite your Congressmen and Senators to the 2019 March for Life.

Even if your congressmen or senators are not pro-life or are unable to attend, they will know that you, their constituent, support the March for Life and that the pro-life mission is important to you.

Follow this LINK to invite your lawmakers to the 2019 March for Life. [It's not too late! Do this now!]

2. Visit your Congressmen and Senators during the 2019 March for Life.

The March for Life is a fantastic opportunity to bring the pro-life message to your Representatives and Senators in person. Whether or not they are pro-life, your elected officials need to know that their constituents support legal restrictions on abortion and want no taxpayer funding for abortions. Don't assume they won't be in the office; even with the government shutdown, many lawmakers will be in their D.C. offices this week.

Follow this LINK to find your legislators' contact information.

With a pro-abortion majority in control of the House of Representatives, it is critical that we urge our elected officials to fight for laws that protect the unborn. Thank you for supporting March for Life Action as we do just that.

I look forward to marching with you all this Friday, January 18, in Washington, D.C.! For life,

Tom McClusky
President, March for Life Action

The State of Virgina Stands for LIFE!

The State of Virgina Stands for LIFE!

Victory Report: Abortion Bills Die in Senate Committee in Virginia State Assembly

Praise God! All three bills failed in the committee this morning by a party line vote, 8-7!

Because SB 1054 (D-Locke) focused on one aspect (informed consent repeal) already included in SB 1451 (D-McClellan), both bills were heard together. SB1451 was the abortion wishlist of every legal change possible to increase volume and therefore profit, taking no care or concern into account for the woman or the unborn life. Not only did the bill deny a woman the right to see her ultrasound but also placed her in an unsafe facility to have an abortion up until the point of birth for any reason. Despite little warning, the prochoice advocacy groups were able to fill a large portion of the room and send many to the microphone to testify on behalf of these bills.

Another bill, SB 1637 (D-Boysko), debuting for the first time in the General Assembly, would have expressly made abortion, contraception, and sterilization "fundamental" rights in our state law. Josh Hetzler, legislative counsel for our organization spoke about the fundamental right to life that would be lost as a result of this bill.

It continues to amaze our team how extreme the pro-abortion legislators' bills are.

Thanks to all of your work in contacting your legislators, these bills failed! The necessary health protections for women and their unborn babies have been hard fought over decades. With your help, these great protections were not eliminated today!

I hope you can join me in person next week for our Rally Day on Thursday, January 24th. Click Here to register for this great event!

With great joy that these abortion bills were defeated today,

Victoria Cobb
Family Foundation

(Read more here.)

Pro-life Praise Reports

Pro-life Praise Reports

- Father, for every report listed below, we give You praise!

- "Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the LORD." (Psalm 150:6)

1. 75% of Americans Say Abortion Should Be Restricted - Breitbart

A poll released Tuesday finds 75 percent of Americans want substantial restrictions on abortion, including 60 percent of Democrats and 61 percent of those who identify as "pro-choice." According to the Marist poll and its partner, the Knights of Columbus, the survey demonstrates that the label "pro-choice" can be deceptive when it is interpreted to mean supportive of abortion at any point in pregnancy.

"As in past years, this poll shows that the pro-choice label on the abortion issue is simply insufficient," said Knights of Columbus CEO Carl Anderson. "The majority of Americans - in both parties - support legal restrictions on abortion. Two-thirds of Americans want Roe revisited to allow for state regulation of abortion or to ban it altogether. The majority of the American people deserve to have their opinions heard."

In addition, the survey finds 65 percent of Americans say if the Supreme Court revisits Roe v. Wade, the high court should either return the issue of the legality of abortion to the states (49 percent) or outlaw the procedure altogether (16 percent). Only 30 percent of those surveyed would prefer that the Supreme Court rule in favor of unrestricted abortion. (Read more)

2. Only 7 percent of millennials support Democratic Party's position on abortion - Christian Post

The poll, released Monday by Students for Life of America's Institute for Pro-Life Advancement, found that only 7 percent of millennials surveyed supported taxpayer funding of abortions and abortion without any legal restrictions. This contrasts with the stated position of the Democratic Party on the issue of abortion.

In addition, 70 percent of surveyed millennials supported limits on abortion, with 42 percent opposing abortion "broadly" while 28 percent supported specific policies like parental notification, limiting abortion later in pregnancy, and halting government funding of abortion. Other findings included 41 percent of millennials supporting the overturning of Roe v. Wade and equal numbers identifying as "pro-life" and "pro-choice" (39 percent).

Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, argued that the survey showed that "labels like pro-life, pro-choice, access, health, or women's rights often camouflage the true realities of the policies that today crisscross the country. And for those elected officials who want to engage in life-affirming legislation, Millennial voters are listening when you compassionately address the specifics of life in law." (Read more)

3. Republicans and Democrats to Speak at 2019 March for Life -

Four U.S. politicians, including two Democrats, will speak at the 2019 March for Life, joining an estimated 100,000 Americans who will gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Friday, January 18 to peacefully protest legal abortion.

In a bipartisan show of support for the pro-life movement, U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-Ill.) and State Rep. Katrina Jackson (D-La.), will join U.S. Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.) and Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) onstage at the national march.

Pro-life politicians are rare in the Democratic Party, which generally maintains that a woman's "right" to have a "safe" and legal abortion is non-negotiable, and ostracizes those who disagree.

March for Life President Jeanne Mancini said she was "delighted" that the four politicians would appear at the march, and added that the right to life "is a non-partisan issue. . . We are delighted to have these four pro-life champions speak at the March for Life rally," Mancini said. "The right to life is a non-partisan issue and, regardless of politics, we should all unite for life and stand against abortion, the greatest human rights abuse of our time." (Read more)

4. The Moral Outcry Sets New Goal: One-Quarter Million Signatures by January 22! - Intercessors for America

Legally, why should Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton be reversed? (Beside the fact that before their deaths, both women asked the Court to reverse their cases.) Since we now have broken the 110,000 barrier, our next partnership goal will be a Quarter Million by the coming anniversary of Roe on January 22, 2019.

We believe that with prayer and working together we can achieve this goal. People are fired up. People are thinking about abortion and they will be again in January. Look at the list below of all the new Christian leaders who have joined us. The army is growing and we all must continue to work together.

Even if you have sent out the Petition once, please consider doing it again. The best way to get actual signatures is to explain the purpose, then say, "Join me in signing the Petition. Click here." (See draft attached.)

Pro-Life Prayer Requests

Pro-Life Prayer Requests

1. New York Law to Make Abortion a 'Fundamental Right' - Breitbart

A bipartisan state legislature has kept abortion legislation at bay for years but now that Democrats have achieved a majority in the state Senate, there is nothing to stop New York lawmakers from expanding the reach of abortion up to the day of a child's birth.

The Reproductive Health Act (Senate Bill S2796) permits abortion "at any time when necessary to protect a patient's life or health." It repeals current state regulations that only permit licensed physicians to perform abortions and restrictions on third-trimester abortions. The Act redefines "person" as "a human being who has been born and is alive," eliminating the possibility of recognizing the personhood of an unborn child.

State Governor Andrew Cuomo has vowed that the measure will pass within the first 30 days of the legislative session and has received backing from former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Kathleen Gallagher, director of pro-life activities for the New York State Catholic Conference, said that enshrining abortion into law as a "fundamental right" could be used to block religious organizations from advocating for life or prevent doctors from abstaining from performing abortions on religious or moral grounds. (Read more)

2. House Democrats vow to repeal ban on federal funding for abortions - Washington Examiner

Democratic House members vowed Tuesday to repeal a ban on federal funding for abortions and to fight against actions by the Trump administration to limit access to contraception. Standing beside Planned Parenthood's president, Dr. Leana Wen, lawmakers who belong to the caucus defending abortion rights, known as the Pro-Choice Caucus, said they planned to pass the Each Woman Act, a bill that would undo a longstanding ban on federal funding for abortion.

They are reintroducing the Global Health, Empowerment, and Rights Act, which would undo the administration's power to cut off funding from global aid organizations that also help women access abortion. The bill would let organizations use their own funds for that purpose.

Upon announcing the legislation, Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., declared a "new era for reproductive rights" and vowed to roll out the "boldest pro-choice legislation in history." The National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum also joined the press conference. (Read more)

3. Second U.S. Judge Blocks Trump Administration Birth Control Rules - Intercessors for America

A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Monday blocked the Trump administration from enforcing new rules allowing employers to obtain exemptions from an Obamacare requirement that they provide health insurance that covers women's birth control.

U.S. District Judge Wendy Beetlestone in Philadelphia issued a nationwide injunction preventing the rules from taking effect, a day after another judge issued a more limited ruling blocking their enforcement in 13 states and the District of Columbia.

The rules would let businesses or nonprofits lodge religious or moral objections to obtain exemptions from the Obamacare mandate that employers provide contraceptive coverage in health insurance with no copayment.

"The negative effects of even a short period of decreased access to no-cost contraceptive services are irreversible," Beetlestone said. (Read more)

4. Social Media Censors Pro-Life Radiance Foundation - Intercessors for America

The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life organization founded by a black American, has alleged it is facing censorship on most major social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The group's response to the blacklisting has been to call on the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to "Stop Jim Crow'ing us."

The Radiance Foundation, like many other groups with a conservative agenda, has had its pro-life images removed from Instagram, its advertisements blocked on Facebook, and its posts shadow-banned on Twitter, as part of a widespread Internet blacklisting campaign.

"We were mentioned in many media outlets for 'interfering' in Ireland's Abortion Referendum back in May 2018 accused of 'paying for ads' by the Transparency Referendum Initiative," claimed the Radiance Foundation's Chief Creative Officer, Ryan Bomberger, in an email to Breitbart Tech. "It was the same month that [Facebook] disallowed us from boosting any posts or placing any ads. They, soon after, required us to go through an authorization process providing our residential address (wouldn't take our business address), personal driver's license, SSN, and other deeply personal information to go through an approval process to exercise our right to free speech." "Prior to that, however, Facebook had repeatedly blocked our content. We would receive many messages from our followers on our page. Despite repeated contacts with Facebook about the issue, nothing ever changed," Bomberger continued, adding that "Instagram threatened to suspend our page because we compared Planned Parenthood's killing of black lives to the KKK in this meme." (Read more)

Pro-Life News from FRC

Pro-Life News . . . and more . . . from FRC

Topics in this week's FRC Prayer Alert, written by Pierre Bynum, includes an article by Larry Tomczak, as well as these topics: Religious Freedom Day; March for Life Prayer Opportunities; Sanctity of Life Sunday.

To read and to pray over all of this information, please go here.

From FRC: Another Praise Report!

FRC Praises Leader McConnell, Senator Wicker for Moving to Protect Taxpayers from Funding Elective Abortion

Washington, D.C. -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell filed a motion today to proceed to the "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act" (S. 109). sponsored by Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS), Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS), and Senator James Lankford (R-OK).

While Congress debates border security spending, it has already passed the spending bill for the Department of Health and Human Services that contains the long-standing Hyde Amendment funding restriction. S. 109 would make that permanent and apply it to the tax subsidies under Obamacare which has been increasingly subsidizing elective abortion coverage.

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins responded with the following comments:

"We applaud Leader McConnell and Senator Wicker for moving forward with 'The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act' to restore government neutrality on the issue of taxpayer funding for abortion.

"Common ground is often difficult to achieve in Washington. However, the issue of taxpayer funding abortion has brought bipartisan agreement for more than four decades. Ensuring Americans aren't forced to pay for elective abortions is the common ground on abortion in America. Indeed, in an FRC commissioned survey after the election, 56 percent of Americans said they do not want to be forced to pay for elective abortion. It's time this long-time consensus be solidified into statutory law.

"In contrast, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's effort to topple the wall between taxpayers and the abortion industry is just another example of how out of touch her party is with most Americans.

"Family Research Council urges the Senate to vote in favor of this fair and commonsense legislation," concluded Perkins.

Religious Freedom Day

Yesterday, January 16th, was Religious Freedom Day

President Donald Trump recognizes that faith is embedded in the history, spirit, and soul of America and today issued a Presidential Proclamation affirming Religious Freedom Day, 2019. In recognition of this day, President Trump states in his proclamation: "On Religious Freedom Day, we celebrate our Nation's long-standing commitment to freedom of conscience and the freedom to profess one's own faith. The right to religious freedom is innate to the dignity of every human person and is foundational to the pursuit of truth."

Religious Freedom Day is celebrated in America each year on January 16 to commemorate the anniversary of the passing of the 1786 passage of Thomas Jefferson's Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom that ended the state-established church in Virginia, finally protecting religious rights for all people. The Anglicans had fined, persecuted, jailed and murdered Christians who were not part of the state-established church. However, Jefferson, a lifelong fervent advocate for the rights of religious liberty and religious conscience, worked hard to protect and defend those Christians.

President Trump also stated: "Our Nation was founded on the premise that a just government abides by the 'Laws of Nature and of Nature's God.' As the Founders recognized, the Constitution protects religious freedom to secure the rights endowed to man by his very nature. On this day, we recognize this history and affirm our commitment to the preservation of religious freedom."

To further promote religious freedom, President Trump nominated, and the Senate confirmed, Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas to be Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, Department of State. In the ambassadorship, Brownback leads the Office of International Religious Freedom, which is under the umbrella of the State Department and charged with promoting religious freedom as a foreign policy objective.

U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence also hosted the first Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom last year at the U.S. Department of State to discuss ways to combat religious persecution and discrimination and to protect religious freedom around the world. This was a historic first for any country in the world, and representatives of international organizations from over 80 countries attended. (Liberty Counsel) Read more here.
> > > Read the President's Proclamation for Religious Freedom Day by going here.
- Father, we thank You for setting in place President Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Ambassador Sam Brownback as they work together to "set the captives free" across the globe. We continue to praise You for this new administration, and covenant before You to pray for Your hand of blessing to rest upon each one. Amen.

- "He will be a spirit of justice to the one who sits in judgment, a source of strength to those who turn back the battle at the gate." (Isaiah 28:6)

Karen Pence: The Teacher and the Religious Test

Karen Pence: The Teacher and the Religious Test

It was supposed to be a day celebrating religious freedom in America. Instead, liberals decided to show everyone just how much our First Freedom is at risk. For Christians, who've tried to warn people that these last several years were about a lot more than marriage, the attacks on Second Lady Karen Pence certainly seem to prove their point. Three years after Obergefell, all of the lies about "love" and "tolerance" have been eclipsed by the court cases, articles, and editorial demonizing people of faith. What Americans see now is the truth: the Left is coming for our freedom. And they have no intention of letting up.

Like Joe Biden's wife, Karen Pence spent years in the classroom. When Mike was in Congress, she taught art at Immanuel Christian School in Virginia -- and no one batted an eye. Of course, that was back in the early 2000s, when the Left's charm offensive on same-sex marriage was still in full swing. We'll be accommodating, they said. We just want to co-exist, they said. Our relationships won't affect you, they said. A handful of years later, "affected" doesn't begin to describe to what happens to conservatives who think differently than the totalitarian Left.

Of course, the Pences are not strangers to the other side's viciousness. Every time the media is reminded about the family's faith, they become hysterical all over again -- a scene that played out this week when Karen announced she'd be volunteering at Immanuel Christian this spring. "I am excited to be back in the classroom and doing what I love to do," she said in a statement. "I have missed teaching art, and it's great to return to the school where I taught art for 12 years."

She can't go back there, LGBT activists raged! They reject homosexuality! Yes, well, that's what orthodox Christian schools do. (Not to mention Jewish and Muslim ones too.) Would it have been headline news if Jill Biden taught at a Roman Catholic school? Probably not. Yet, the Left and their media chums are hurling profanity at the Pences for something that, even five years ago, wouldn't have been controversial. Frankly, the only thing that would have been shocking is if Karen worked at a Christian school that didn't act like a Christian school.

CNN's Kate Bennett was just one of the talking heads who doesn't get it. "So, lemme get this straight," she tweeted, "the second lady of the United States has chosen to work at a school that openly discriminates against LGBT adults and children?" "So, lemme get this straight," Ben Shapiro fired back. "You're a reporter but you've never heard of religious people before? 'BREAKING: Pence's wife is working for a Christian school that requires that Christian students pledge to abide by Christian standards of sin that have not changed in 2,000 years.'"

To be honest, the Left's real problem isn't that Mike Pence's wife is working at an evangelical school -- but that evangelical schools exist at all. Since they do, the last thing liberals want is for anyone in public office to be associated with them. And despite what you've heard from the forces of intolerance, Immanuel Christian doesn't "ban" anyone from their school. What they do, Chad Greene, points out, "is require a specific set of behavioral and religious belief standards equally applied to everyone. Many in the Christian world make a distinction regarding LGBT people that the left typically refuses to consider, between a person and his actions." As Christians, our behavior doesn't define us -- we define our behavior.

(Family Research Council; Excerpt) Read more here.
- Father God, we lift up Karen Pence, and we ask that she receive the honor due to her as she fulfills the role of "Second Lady of the U.S."

- "Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due . . . honor to whom honor." (Romans 13:7)

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