- - Wednesday, March 2, 2016

 (1) Abortion Activist Compares Killing a Baby in an Abortion to Getting Wisdom Teeth Pulled (LifeNews.com)

Abortion is also safe for women who have the procedure. There are twice as many complications associated with wisdom teeth removal as with abortion. Complications for both procedures tend to be relatively minor (for abortion, a common complication is cramping, and for wisdom teeth it’s inflammation).

(2) South Dakota governor vetoes bill that would have restricted transgender students’ access to school restrooms

(3) Roe v. Wade Ruined Our Chance for True Abortion Rights: Abortion rights should be based on equality—not privacy, by Darlena Cunha (TIME)

As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has argued, abortion rights should be based on nondiscrimination rather than privacy. If a woman chooses to have an abortion, or carry to term, that should be her choice alone because the birth of a child affects a woman at the time and throughout her life in ways it does not affect a man. In other words, instead of basing a law regulating women’s health care on their right to privacy, we need to base it on their rights as equal citizens in the United States.

CHRISTIAN PASTORS write Christian guides and a prayer for voting:

(4) A Simple Christian Guide to Voting, by Pastor David Prince

Character is the first qualifier or disqualifier. There are many considerations every person who votes should take into account before filling out their ballot, but a candidate’s personal character should be a first order qualifier or disqualifier.

(5) Five-fold Paradigm to Voting with Christian Wisdom, by Pastor Harry Reeder

  1. Character: Who are they?
  2. Content: Do they know their stuff?
  3. Competency: Are they effective leaders?
  4. Convictions: What are their heart-felt beliefs?
  5. Core: The Foundation and capstone of candidate assessment

(6) A Prayer for Primary Day, by Albert Mohler

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