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A chance to change our country for Life

by | Mar 24, 2017

Every once in a while, an event comes along that can literally change the world.

That’s happening right now for unborn children.

For too long, an unelected Supreme Court has blocked the American people from passing adequate laws to protect the lives of innocent unborn babies from abortion.

That’s wrong, and it goes directly against what the Constitution says.

Now Judge Neil Gorsuch has been nominated to the Supreme Court. He believes in abiding by the actual text of the Constitution, and constitutionally valid statutes enacted by elected lawmakers.

That has led him to uphold the religious liberties of litigants such as Hobby Lobby and Little Sisters of the Poor. And to agree that the state of Utah had the right to not fund Planned Parenthood.

And Judge Gorsuch has written that “human life is fundamentally and inherently valuable, and that the intentional taking of human life by private persons is always wrong.”

National Right to Life has created a National Life Project to Confirm Judge Gorsuch. You can help that campaign, and help return our Supreme Court to one that truly respects and honors our treasured Constitution.

Our campaign is using mail, phone, digital advertising, and social media to reach as many Americans as possible to ask them to contact their U.S. senators to tell them to vote to confirm Judge Gorsuch.

Please support this critically important campaign in two ways:

First, please call or email your senator yourself by clicking here. This link will easily enable you to ask your senator to vote to confirm Judge Gorsuch.

Second, please help us expand this critically important campaign to reach many more Americans to get them to contact the Senate. Please do that by donating at this link or at the Donate button below.

We can communicate with many more Americans if you will donate and help us make that critical difference! Thank you for all your support will do for the unborn . . . and for the nation we love!

For their lives,
Carol Tobias, President,
National Right to Life

Categories: Supreme Court