Catherine Davis, founder of The Restoration Project joins Tom Shakely to preview the National Day of Mourning, a processional from Richmond, Virginia to Birmingham, Alabama, witnessing to the more than 20 million black lives lost to abortion. Catherine also speaks on her own abortion experience, healing after abortion, and the prejudice inherent in Planned Parenthood's targeting of people of color.
Alexandra DeSanctis, Staff Writer at National Review, joins Tom Shakely and Noah Brandt to talk shop on the life issues in this political moment, the state of Planned Parenthood after Dr. Leana Wen's firing, the prospect of bi-partisan consensus for paid family leave, and more.
Wesley J. Smith is a standout leader in the mission to educate Americans on the risks of undermining and demeaning the value of human life—particularly when it comes to euthanasia and suicide by physician. Wesley Smith is a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute's Center on Human Exceptionalism, and is the author of more than a dozen books, including his latest, "Culture of Death: The Age of 'Do Harm' Medicine".
Effective pro-life public policy means defending legislation in front of judges across the country by presenting them with persuasive logic and evidence to uphold life affirming laws. What does it take to persuade a judge to rule for life? What's going on with Title X litigation accross the country? And what to make of Justice Clarence Thomas’s recent concurrence relating to eugenic abortion? Rachel N. Morrison, Esq., Litigation Counsel at Americans United for Life, joins Tom Shakely to speak about the work of litigation on behalf of human life.
Terrisa Bukovinac, Founder of Pro-Life San Francisco, joins Tom Shakely and Noah Brandt of Americans United for Life from Detroit, where she’s witnessing to life during the Democratic presidential debates.
What's it like to argue against Planned Parenthood in court? What separates well-written legislation from poorly written law and policy? And why would someone in their right mind move from Honolulu to Washington, DC? Steve Aden, Chief Legal Officer & General Counsel at Americans United for Life, answers these questions and more—including his take on the most promising life-affirming law and policy for America’s 2020 legislative sessions.
Welcome to "Life, Liberty and Law," a new podcast from Americans United for Life featuring conversations on the human right to life. We speak with Clarke Forsythe, Senior Counsel at Americans United for Life. Clarke has been working on human right to life issues longer than almost anyone in America. Clarke has a keen perspective on where the pro-life movement is going and where it's been. Enjoy this conversation with Clarke on his experience, the evolving role of the Supreme Court, and the Future of Roe v. Wade.
Bonus: What Clarke is grateful for, and what Tom is grateful for.