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|Nov-Dec., 1998, Vol. 10, No. 8|
League protests bradley at nd
The appointment by Notre Dame University of former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley as a visiting professor this fall spawned a major protest campaign led by the Chicago-based Pro-Life Action League.
The league used planes trailing anti-Bradley banners at Notre Dame football games in its protest against the pro-abortion ex-senator.
The pro-life group
urged the Catholic
university to rescind
its invitation to
'Bill Bradley is using
Notre Dame,' said Joe
Scheidler, the league's
director, who is an
alumnus and former
instructor at the
school. 'It's no secret
he has presidential
aspirations. How better
to get the Catholic
vote? Catholics who
don't know any better
will say, 'Oh, he must
be a good man; he taught
at Notre Dame.''
Pro-lifers gain 3 in MD. senate
Believe it or not, there were some significant bright spots in the November 3 elections from a pro-life perspective.
Three State Senate seats changed hands, giving our side a potential 24-23 State Senate edge in passing a partial-birth abortion ban.
In each case a
pro-lifer, two of whom
had never run for public
office before, knocked
off a pro-abortion
incumbent who had voted
to kill the
ban last March in
Pro-lifers gain 3 in MD senate (cont.)
Helpers of god's precious infants use god's weapons in 'occupied territory'
Improved scan shows vivid images of unborn
Let's take back our catholic schools
Murder in manassas? the starving of hugh finn
Reno targets violence at abortion clinics
Slain abortionist considered pro-life conversion
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