Playing Roulette With Premarital Sex

By Janice Barlow THE PRO-LIFE/PRO-CHOICE ISSUE has been front and center in the MSM and on social media in recent months. Proposals and legislation to either end most abortions or to allow them to occur up to (and even post birth!) are showing up in almost every state in the nation. People are taking sides as strong pro-life conservatives or advocates of a woman’s right to choose and battling the issue out on Twitter and Facebook. Articles are appearing that call abortion murder, either because life begins at conception, as deemed…

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Planned Parenthood Claims GOP Senators Are Blocking Access To Women’s Health Care

Code Pink activists stage protest on behalf of Planned Parenthood at US Capitol

by Richard Cameron An advertisement sponsored by the local affiliate of Planned Parenthood in Arizona, recently caught my attention – not because it is unusual for them to advertise, but for the dishonesty in the claim the voice over made. It was that GOP Senator Jeff Flake (AZ) and his party are attempting to “block” women from receiving services from Planned Parenthood. The “blocking” terminology is a leftover from Planned Parenthood’s initial push against the House version of the Republicans’ Obamacare replacement bill, specifically the bill titled the “No Taxpayer…

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The Growth of the Pro-Life Movement

Abortion has been legal in this country since 1967. It would not become legal in all fifty states for another six after that. However, since that time the pro-life movement has been silently strong. However, in recent years with Planned Parenthood’s despicable practice of selling aborted fetuses the pro life movement has picked up considerable steam. One way we have seen the growth is the annual Protest PP rallies we have seen taking place. The marches are hosted by various groups but all under the umbrealla of three main pro-life organizations, Citizens…

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Kyle’s Journey of the Heart – A Mom’s Adversities With CHD And God’s Grace (Updated)

By Dani Graham   [Editor’s Note: National Compass published this story last May and we felt it would be valuable to re-publish it with the encouraging information the author has added to reflect events that have transpired with her family, since.] As an older couple, my husband and I came together as most people our age were experiencing “empty nest” syndrome.  We were childhood friends who started dating when we were 40.  After blending our families we began planning our wedding during which we found out we were expecting a…

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