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VOLUME 15  |  NUMBER 2  | FEBRUARY 2005  |  ONLINE EDITION   |  (636) 936-8119

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The Heart of the Abortion Debate in America
Three Critical Cultural Questions
By Tom McKnight

    Do you like to win arguments?  Of course you do. Right now our culture is having a heated argument about three critical questions surrounding the morality of abortion. How our society answers these questions will not only shape its view of the unborn, but will forge the destiny of our nation for generations to come. Christians must equip themselves to persuasively answer these questions so they can oppose the moral chaos and decline in our culture.

 What is the Unborn
    The first question is “What is the unborn?” The only thing both sides of the abortion debate agree upon is that something dies during an abortion. But if we are going to kill something, doesn’t it make moral sense to first clarify what it is that is dying?
    Clearly, as pro-life Christians we must admit that if abortion advocates can prove scientifically that the unborn are not human, then no justification for abortion is necessary. Removing the unborn and destroying it would be the ethical equivalent to having a tooth pulled. But if the unborn are human, then no justification for abortion is adequate.

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Republicans on the Verge of Massive Gambling Expansion?
Commentary by Mark Andrews, CasiNO Watch

    As the Democrat steamroller under the direction of Bob Griffin brought gambling to Missouri in 1992, voters and legislators wisely put restrictions on just how far our State would go down the casino road.  Everyone knew about the strong tendency toward addiction and suicide connected with gambling, along with the problems of crime, political corruption, and economic devastation for families.  So it made sense to insist on tight controls.  To the credit of concerned Democrats and Republicans, we ended up with some very wise safeguards.
    But look at what has happened in twelve years.  Almost all of the original restrictions have vanished into thin air.  Only the $500 Loss Limit remains, and even it appears now to be on the chopping block!  But this time it is the Republicans who hold the ax.  Isn’t it ironic, that the Democrat steamroller of 1992 is now about to be upstaged in 2005 by a Republican freight train.  Oh, it hasn’t happened yet but keep a close watch.  In reality, the train has already left the station and is gaining speed every day.

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PRC Welcomes New CEO
By Jim Day

     On September 20th of 2004 a changing of the guard took place which didn’t make front page headlines in the Post-Dispatch…but should have. The Pregnancy Resource Centers of Greater St. Louis (PRC) welcomed their new President and CEO, Mark Dungan and his wife Judy. Mark and his wife attend First Evangelical Free Church on Carman Rd. in Manchester MO where Mark also serves as an elder of the church.
    The son of a Baptist pastor, Mark grew up in rural Wisconsin. After graduating from Taylor University in Indiana with a BA in Political Science (where, incidentally, he met his wife Judy) he went on to obtain a law degree from George Mason University in Washington, D.C. 
    Early in his career, Mark became politically active serving from 1981 to 1993 as a Senior Research Analyst for the U.S. House of Representatives RepublicanResearch Committee, Associate Minority Counsel for the House Committee on Agriculture, Legislative Director and Counsel for Republican Congressman Edward Madigan and Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture.

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New Pro-Life House and Senate Bills for the 2005 Legislative Session

2005 Missouri, Illinois and National Pro-life Organizational Listing

Planned Parenthood Has Profitable Year

The History of Planned Parenthood

The Cloning Con

The Politics of Stem Cell Research

Why Missouri Needs to Get Cloning in Global Perspective

Women Hating Women

Consumer Reports Pushes Abortion as Birth Control

Birthright Counseling; Saving Babies for Over 34 Years

Our Lady's Inn; Saving One Mother, One Baby, One Family at a Time

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