As the Albuquerque Journal reported, officials at the archdiocese undertook the action after a meeting between Archbishop Michael Sheehan and Dauneen Dolce, head of Right to Life
of New Mexico.
According to McConnell, the inalienability of the right to life
is compatible with legally permitting euthanasia or assisted suicide.
Politically active non-profits such as the Texas Right To Life
Committee have increasingly used undisclosed corporate "dark money" in Texas, but there are laws restricting how it can be used.
It was Weyrich, together with Ed McAteer and Howard Phillips, who spent a day with Jerry Falwell persuading him to take on "the issue of abortion'" As Connie Paige notes in The Right to Lifers, out of that meeting also came the idea for the Moral Majority, the single most crucial entity since the Catholic church in making the right to life
movement a dangerous force on the right.
Supreme Court to passing state laws that protect unborn babies from brutal dismemberment abortions to the tenacious debate over how to rollback Obamacare, and how best to cut off funding to the nation's largest abortion provider, your team at National Right to Life
has been working overtime.
The Republican candidates who came out ahead in the races for comptroller, agriculture commissioner and railroad commissioner had all strongly brandished their anti-abortion credentials on the campaign trail, and earned endorsements from Texas Right to Life
, one of the largest anti-abortion organizations in the state.
Supporters of the ban reflected that it could have been upheld had the influential National Right to Life
Committee not opposed it on the basis of it not being a "timely" move.
My belief in the right to life
and the innocent unborn is even deeper than my love for the Republican party,'' Buchanan said.
This denial asserts not so much a right to life
as an obligation to exist, no matter what the cost.