January 22, 2014 marks Forty One years of legal child killing in America. Forty years is a Biblical generation. We …Read the Rest
January 22, 2014 marks the 41st anniversary of the tragic passage of Roe v. Wade in 1973, which legalized abortion …Read the Rest
Tuesday, November 6, Floridians will be able to vote for the first time ever for 100% ProLife candidates for federal, state, and local offices. If you haven’t voted yet, Vote ProLife Tuesday, November 6, and after voting collect signatures for the Florida ProLife Personhood Amendment.
We’ve provided voter guide links to help you as you
Where do the candidates in your area stand on the sanctity of Human Life. In the past, we’ve had to guess. We’ve had to wonder. In fact in the past, most of the voter guides merely asked the question: Do you oppose abortion except in the cases of rape, incest, and life of the mother? If a candidate answered yes, that candidate was deemed to be
Liberty Counsel has had an incredible response for its “Florida Awake! Presidential Candidate Forum with Q&A” happening today, (Saturday) January 28, 2012, from 3:30-5:00 p.m. EST. The forum is sponsored by Liberty Counsel and cosponsored by Personhood USA. Tickets were snapped up days ago, and we are working on overflow seating. Doors will open at 2:00 p.m. EST. Watch live video here.
Which Republican Presidential Candidates signed the Personhood Pledge and have participated in the ProLife Presidential Forums? Which candidate shares your values? Learn where the candidates stand on the sanctity of human life
Personhood Florida received a major endorsement this week from Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins. In his endorsement, Perkins said, “I applaud the good folks of Florida for challenging the culture of death and championing life at all stages. The Florida ProLife Personhood Amendment is a reflection of a growing pro-life sentiment across the country and points toward a post-Roe era. I support the petition drive for this amendment and look forward to the day it can go before the voters in Florida.”