Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance
Pro-abortion politicians have always had strange priorities, but the ones in Santa Monica, California have really redefined "backward."
Santa Monica is home to abortionist Glenn Edward Miller, an admitted alcoholic who continued to commit abortions while on probation for aborting a baby while drunk.
And for some reason, Glenn Edward Miller maintains a valid license to abort babies.
Yet Santa Monica city officials, while routinely ignoring the slaughter of unborn babies, passed an ordinance in 2013 giving local ecosystems legal status in court, and allowed the city and its residents to file suit on behalf of the ecosystem.
That’s right: they voted to give plants, bugs, birds, and squirrels a legal right to life.
But strangely enough, officials in Santa Monica ignore unborn babies’ right to life.
Why don’t local officials use zoning laws to shut abortionists like Glenn Miller down, or at least go on record against his grisly trade?
All life is precious.
But the messed up priorities of pro-abortion politicians in California and across the nation show just how badly they have their priorities out of whack.
The fact is, the brutal slaughter of babies continues every day in the very same community . . . and across the country.
137 unborn babies lose their lives every hour in America.
Two more will have died just in the time it has taken you to read this email.
The slaughter of the innocent can and must be stopped.
The National Pro-Life Alliance occupies a unique and important role in the pro-life movement. The focus of many other pro-life organizations is research, publications or counseling.
These are all important and worthy activities, but the National Pro-Life Alliance is singular in its focus on passing pro-life legislation that will protect the unborn from the moment of conception onward.
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