Pro-life victory! Life prevails in Arizona

Weekend reading guaranteed to make you smarter

This past week saw a resolute victory for life as Democrats in the Arizona Legislature sought to emulate infanticide legislation that was recently heralded by beleaguered Virginia Gov. Ralph  Northam — shockingly a pediatric neurologist, who put leftist politics above life.

Arizonans are fortunate to have Cathi Herrod and the Center for Arizona Policy to get the truth out and assemble opponents to protest the horror of abortion up to the moment birth which HB 2696 — introduced by Democrat state Rep Raquel Teran — would have accomplished by repealing the fetal resuscitation law.  That law required doctors to provide aid to babies born alive during abortions. Teran’s bill prioritized providing dressing rooms for staff and patients, “appropriate” toilet facilities and areas for pre-procedure hand washing. The babies received death sentences.

SRAZ stresses that pre-election endorsements reveal a lot about candidates. That’s certainly the case with Raquel Teran. Scroll through her endorsements page and you’ll see that she was the choice of pro-abortion advocates and unions including the left-wing Arizona Education Association, which must think they are overburdened with too many Arizona students.

Lifesite News covers the facts with this in-depth report, BREAKING: Arizona committee scraps Democrat’s bill lifting infanticide ban.

We urge you to read it and be brought up to speed on the increasingly amoral liberal agenda and the fact that conservative activism brings results.

7 Responses to Pro-life victory! Life prevails in Arizona

  1. Saguaro Sam says:

    Additionally, President Trump, this week, did this:

    It’s reported that in FY 2017, Congress gave (officially) 286 million to PP.
    What if it was learned that members of Congress allocates, via the Fed budget, $$ to PP, only for PP to turn around and give it back to DEM politicians in the form of political contributions?

    What about all the money that PP (or certain employees) gets for selling human body parts, fetal tissue and/or blood for profit? Project Veritas caught these fiends on video, making deals with PV crew working undercover.

    Do you ever wonder what keeps those old creeps alive?
    Worse than you can imagine.

    Remember when Obama turned over the gov control of our internet to a private company in California?
    Starting last week, they began a Major Purge of Conservative twitter accounts that had high numbers of followers. YouTube is also demonetizing Conservative accounts by the hundreds.
    Congress creeps are watching to see if we’ll notice or care.
    Call your “representatives” to stop this Fascism.

    You can thank the guy known as Renegade for this. (The code name assigned to Barry by the USSecServ in 2008)

    • Maggie says:

      The demoncrats are bonded to a culture of death, via Planned Parenthood …. the nation’s largest abortion provider. What they don’t reveal is through their death delivery services you can “plan” your family by aborting some of your own children. That’s quite a plan in a time when reliable contraceptives have been around for decades.

      • Seeing Red AZ says:

        Unfortunately, its not just the Democrats who fall in line with the abortion industry. So-called “conservative Icon,” Barry Goldwater and Peggy, his wife of fifty-one years, had a close friendship with eugenist Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, who specifically put her abortion mills in poor European immigrant and black neighborhoods, to eliminate those Sanger referred to as “human weeds.”

        Please acquaint yourself with our 2015 post that details the relationship. The Goldwaters were the founders of Planned Parenthood of Arizona and the award the group gives at its annual gala is named to honor Peggy Goldwater, who raised money for the organization committed to abortion.

        In 1992, Barry Goldwater even campaigned for an Arizona Democrat candidate for congress over pro-life conservative Republican Doug Wead. Berkeley educated liberal Karan English won with Goldwater’s support. She served a single two-year term, losing to conservative J.D. Hayworth.

        Knowledge is power.

        Then watch his 2008 exposé of Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger, which is definitely worth your time:

      • Maggie says:

        Seeing Red AZ;
        Fascinating information. I had no idea Barry Goldwater was pro-abortion or that he supported a Democrat over a conservative Republican.

        It’s amazing he was called, “Mr. Conservative.”

  2. Saguaro Sam says:

    A bill in the Vermont House that has more than 80 co-sponsors declares that fetuses have no rights and that women who perform their own abortions cannot be prosecuted.

    “Every individual who becomes pregnant has the fundamental right to choose to carry a pregnancy to term, give birth to a child, or to have an abortion,” the bill, H. 57, says.

    The bill then declares: “A fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus shall not have independent rights under Vermont law.” The New York law did not include such language.

    It even gives Vermont citizens the right to perform their own abortions.
    “No State or local law enforcement shall prosecute any individual for inducing, performing, or attempting to induce or perform the individual’s own abortion,” it reads.

    The bill is known as the Freedom of Choice Act.

    and this:
    The New Mexico House of Representatives passed a bill this month that would legalize unrestricted abortion up to the day of birth and would remove “conscience” protections for doctors and hospitals who don’t want to perform abortions.

    The bill, HB 51, would repeal a 50-year-old law that predates Roe v. Wade and prohibited abortion except in cases of rape, incest, “grave” mental or physical or mental defects, and to save the mother’s life.

    The bill passed the Democrat-controlled House, 40-29, and now heads to the Senate, also controlled by Democrats. Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham supports it.

    (both from

  3. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Vermont voters keep electing Socialist Bernie Sanders. That’s also the state where radicals Ben and Jerry started their ice cream company, which I refuse to buy or even eat if I didn’t buy it.

    Regarding Barry Goldwater. He was the John McCain of his day, calling himself a conservative and aligned with leftists and their issues. I recall protests outside of the Arizona Republican Headquarters building on 24th Street. Republican demonstrators wanted his name removed from the headquarters building. I know that for a fact, because I was one of them!

  4. Observer says:

    Raquel Teran’s endorsement pages were interesting. Do ethnic minorities only endorse other minorities? I thought positions on the issues are what matter, not the amount of melanin in one’s skin. This looks like lockstep thinking bizarrely based on ethnicity rather than principles. I find it difficult to believe that all of these people are of the same mindset and they just happen to be minorities.

    I definitely have different opinions on the issues and candidates than everyone I meet who has my background. I’m a Republican and my brother is a Democrat. We steer clear of political discussions but enjoy getting together. But, if I was a candidate, I doubt he’d endorse me.