All men are created equal, not in intellect, social standing, family wealth, or physical health, but in their unalienable right to life.  Civil government should prosecute any one who willfully and knowingly takes steps to kill an innocent human being.

Three Reasons Why Alabama Lost the Civil Rights Battle


In his Letter from a Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King said, "The early church brought an end to such things as INFANTICIDE." What would Martin Luther King say to the church today?

  •   Between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 Blacks were lynched in the U.S. That number is surpassed in   less than 3 days by abortion.

  •   1,452 African-American children are killed each day by the heinous act of abortion.

  •   3 out of 5 pregnant African-American women will abort their child.

  •   Since 1973 there have been over 13 million Black children killed and their precious mothers victimized by the U.S. abortion industry.

  •  Reason No. 1: Birmingham Death Camp- New Woman All Women Health Care

  •  Reason No. 2: Tuscaloosa Death Camp- West Alabama Women's Center

  •  Reason No. 3: Montgomery Death Camp- Reproductive Health Services

    Abortions are performed by Alabama state licensed Board Certified or eligible OB-GYN physicians.

Why Are So Many African American Children Not Free To Live?


Alabama slaveholders took the view that African slaves were not developed enough to be treated as persons under the law and therefore could be bought, sold, treated like animals, and thus  killed at will.  Nowadays, people looking at the babe in the womb hold the view that the child is not developed enough to be treated as a persons under the law and therefore can be bought, sold, treated worse than animals, and killed at will.  These two views of dispensing death to the so-called underdeveloped and "not quite human" or "not a person" are fundamentally one and the same position – a position which violates the fundamental principle of our way of life: that we are not developed, nor born, but rather created equals in the womb and endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights!


When Christians first rallied for a partial birth abortion law, it was under a strategy of incremental change. Christians reasoned that they stood a better chance of outlawing the murder of a baby partially delivered out of the womb than they would at trying to outlaw the murder of a child still inside the womb. However, these same Christians have abandoned their incremental approach and adopted a regulatory approach. The so-called partial birth ban is not an incremental ban at all, yet self professed pro-life leaders misrepresent themselves as being incrementalists so that they can continue to receive financial support from people who have not read the actual Supreme Court ruling. If you download the pdf file of the actual ruling and simply skim through the document, you will quickly realize that it is not a first step or an incremental ban. The so-called partial birth ban is actually a scam perpetrated by national ministries on their gullible audience.

Whenever pro-lifers compromise on absolute moral standards, it creates an opportunity that pro-abortionists can exploit and use to their advantage. As a result of compromising absolute morality, pro-lifers created a win-win situation, not for their cause, but for the cause of pro-abortionists. For example, by choosing to regulate an abortion procedure, instead of banning the procedure completely, the regulation will not only fail to save any children, but abortionists will use the publicity surrounding the regulation to raise more money and support for their cause. Even though the so-called partial birth legislation is powerless to save even one child, abortion proponents who shrewdly realize this fact will still use the legislation as a rallying point to manipulate their supporters for additional funding. Christians have given pro-abortionists a straw man to fight against and pro-aborts have used it to strengthen their support base while it does nothing to prevent murdering a child.

So why does the pro-life industry continue to celebrate the partial birth ruling, even though the ruling admonishes physicians to experiment and boldly discover new ways to kill babies? It is the same reason pro-lifers point to decreases in the number of abortions without explaining the external factors that have caused the decrease. For example, instead of citing the introduction of the RU486 pill which causes a non-surgical abortion on which nobody compiles statistics or instead of citing the explosion in numbers of young women whose sexual experimentation is lesbianism, which doesn’t produce children in the first place, pro-lifers will simply site a decrease in recorded abortions in order to portray their industry as being successful and worthy of additional financial support. They also fail to mention that abortion statistics are compiled by abortion clinics, which have a vested interest in presenting a decline in abortions – fewer recorded abortions provides yet another reason for pro-abortionists to promote abortion.


Is the fetus alive or not?    What species does its DNA tell you it is?  Is it really possible to be a human being and yet not be treated as a person. 

How do we treat the weakest among us?


Abortionists love Black babies to death! The Ku Klux Klan couldn't dream of killing as many Blacks as Planned Parenthood. Today in America, almost as many Black babies are killed by abortion as are born! 


What have Birmingham's politicians done to stop the onslaught?  Abortion murders a “little one” (fetus means “little one”).  Yet, an evil politician will sponsor wickedness by saying, “I am personally against abortion, but I think states should decide for themselves.”  Such a politician does not understand righteousness.  Would that politician have said the same about Negro slavery?  Would he say, "I'm personally against enslaving black folks, but I think states should be able to decide for themselves?  If not, then why push such a fiendish notion during their political campaign?  It is because they cannot tell right from wrong - or they are simply being deceptive.


Some politicians try to cloud the issue by appealing to emergency medical procedures -- confusing them with abortions.  Today, however, the common use of the word "abortion" describes acting willfully with the intent to kill and destroy a pre-born child.  The death of the child is its primary goal.  However, no emergency medical procedure should be performed with the intent to kill a baby.  If a child is taken out of the womb pre-maturely as the last resort for sparing the life of the mother, every opportunity to preserve the life of the child should be taken, and we are able to save children at an even younger pregnancy term than we could 30 years ago.  Regardless, if such a child dies, it is the unintended consequence of an action, not a deliberate and gruesome execution.  Politicians are often disingenuous when they try to use emergency procedures as an example of so-called permissible abortions.  Regardless of the situation, it should be against the law to take an action having the express and willful intent to shed innocent blood  (this is base on absolute morality). 


An abortion death camp runs in Birmingham, Alabama,

and almost all the churches remain silent.  




"Evil Clad in Dark Robes"

James Dobson, the National Right to Life, and many national Christian leaders have misrepresented the Supreme Court Partial Birth ruling.  Why?  Because they make decisions using situational morality, not absolute morality.  Do you know that the ruling does not outlaw partial birth abortion and actually encourages doctors to find additional ways to kill babies?  Do you know that the so-called partial birth abortion ban is really not a ban and never had the power to save even on life?  Click on the photo above to find out the truth!  National Christian leaders have abandoned their incremental approach for a regulatory approach.  You only regulate something instead of banning it when you admit it has some legitimate uses!

Support Colorado Right to Life because The Alabama Pro-Life Coalition Education Fund, Inc and National Right to Life endorsed a wicked, pro-choice ruling that has no power to save a child's life but rather encourages doctors to find more ways to murder children (Birmingham, Alabama's group didn't even bother to read the ruling and yet their core mission is to educate others on pro-life issues).

Christians are generally not discerning enough to realize that when they endorse a wicked law that regulates abortion (try regulating rape or child porn), pro-choice groups will fight it as a public relations move: it is a win-win situation for pro-choice groups because Christians will dig in to defend what ultimately helps pro-choicers and pro-choicer use the Christian's legislation to rally around and raise more money.  Did you know that the "Partial Birth Abortion Ban" does not ban partial birth abortion and it directs doctors to create additional methods to kill babies?  Do you know that Christians spent 15 years to pass a partial birth abortion "ban," even though the intended law never had and never will be able to save even one baby?


Between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 Blacks were lynched in the U.S. That number is surpassed in less than 3 days by abortion.

1,452 African-American children are killed each day by the heinous act of abortion.

3 out of 5 pregnant African-American women will abort their child.

Since 1973 there has been over 13 million Black children killed and their precious mothers victimized by the U.S. abortion industry.

The Body Count Contest-

Hitler's Germany - 6 million innocent human beings killed.

Pro-choice's America - 45 million human beings killed and counting.



A Letter to a Radio Program Host

"Birmingham's APLCEF Has Lost Its Way"


Jim Schneider:

I do not listen to Christian broadcasts very much, but I came across your CrossTalk America interview of Brian Rohrbough regarding the partial birth abortion regulatory ruling. 

I am thankful that you were willing to read through the ruling.  I called the Alabama Pro-Life Coalition Education Fund, Inc, http://www.aplcef.org , asking guidance regarding the recent Supreme Court Ruling (their mission is to educate people regarding pro-life issues) and they were gushing with praise for the ruling, stating that it was a good ruling that outlawed the killing of a baby while it was being born.  I asked if they had read the ruling, and was told, “Oh, no, those rulings are several hundred pages long.”  Actually, the ruling is only about 40 pages.  Sadly, these are the folks that are supposed to educate the ignorant and they haven't even read the ruling for themselves!

After telling them that the ruling did not outlaw killing babies as they are being born, I urged them to read the ruling for themselves and let me know what they determined.  They said they would call me back.  It has been a few weeks and there has been no response.  Then it dawned on me, they are the “Pro-Life Coalition Education FUND, Inc.”  Such groups will reap much more financial support by not telling the truth about the ruling and will misrepresent it on purpose as a good ruling in order to justify their existence and ask for further financial support.

It is a shame that Christians pour their money into organizations, such as “APLCEF,” to praise a U.S. Supreme Court partial birth abortion ruling that directs doctors to take a child that is partially out of the birth canal and rip and arm or leg off – calling it a legal option!

Again, thank you for taking the time to read the ruling (it does not even take reading the whole thing) and for going against the flow of the Pro-Life money making machine with the Truth.

Open Letter to Dr. James Dobson

High Court Actually Keeps “Partial Birth” Abortion Legal

But Focus on the Family Makes False Claims

Dr. James Dobson, because you have led many people to trust in Jesus Christ, it is with love and great sadness that we admonish you.

On April 18, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Gonzales v. Carhart, the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban. This PBA ruling is one of the most barbaric opinions ever issued by an American court.

In reaction, Focus on the Family proclaimed that “the Supreme Court has affirmed the value of human life” and that this PBA effort will “protect children.” At www.Family.org, you applauded the “pro-life Justices” nominated to the Court by pro-life Presidents. The Justices you called “pro-life” did not “affirm” the life of the unborn, but upheld a mere regulatory law “under the Commerce Clause” (Gonzales, p. 36).

In fact, these Justices concur that “The medical profession [abortionists] may find different and less shocking methods to abort the fetus” (p. 30). The decision is a virtual PBA manual that instructs abortionists on how to murder innocent late-term children using various partial-birth abortion methods to be in compliance with this “law.” (Please see SupremeCourtUS.gov to read the ruling itself, and see our excerpts here.)

Therefore, we, the undersigned, grieve at your celebration of the Supreme Court’s PBA ruling because the Justices actually promote murder in this decision as they endorse variations of partial-birth abortion:

·     Their ruling permits a textbook partial-birth abortion if the mother is over “dilate[d]” (p. 24) and the baby, by “inadvertence,” is delivered up to the neck as in typical PBA. Then the abortionist can kill him by “intact D&E,” (p. 24) in exactly the cruel manner that you have condemned.

·     The abortionist may tear apart the child since “D&E will often involve a physician pulling a ‘substantial portion’ of a still living fetus, say, an arm or leg, into the [birth canal] prior to the death of the fetus”(p. 21) since “the removal of a small portion of the fetus is not prohibited” (p. 22).

·     The Court endorses “reasonable alternative procedures” (p. 33) for killing “late-term” children, such as “a leg might be ripped off the fetus,” “friction causes the fetus to tear apart,” “evacuating the fetus piece by piece continues,” “10 to 15 passes with the forceps,” “ripping it apart,” and “dismemberment” (pp. 4-6).

·     “If an abortion procedure does not involve the delivery of a fetus… past the navel  [in breech, feet-first position] the prohibitions of the Act do not apply” (p. 24).

·     An abortionist only needs to maintain that his original “intent” was to deliver the baby up to the navel before killing him. “If a living fetus is delivered past the critical point [belly­button] by accident or inadvertence [and is then killed] no crime has occurred” (p. 18).

·     The abortionist may use “an injection that kills the fetus” (p. 34).


Moral Relativism

Dr. Dobson, after we launched our Open Letter campaign, you admitted in the Focus on the Family newsletter that this Partial-Birth Abortion ruling “does not save a single human life.” However, you followed that by saying: “For now, let’s bask in the victory for life given to us by the Court…”


            Dr. Dobson, you have become a moral relativist and a legal positivist, along with virtually all our “pro-life” conservative judges over the last quarter century. This was the predictable result of following National Right To Life’s strategy of regulating child killing, which inherently undermines the child’s God-given right to life.


Tragically, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito did not even join in the separate opinion written by Justice Clarence Thomas indicating that Roe v. Wade should be overturned. Thomas was joined only by Justice Antonin Scalia. All Christians should grieve at this lack of leadership from President George W’s Bush’s most recent nominees. After all, no state and no subdivision of government whatsoever has the authority to set up extermination camps or abortion clinics.


            Dr. Dobson, we will use your words to document that you have rejected God’s enduring command “Do Not Murder” as the most fundamental and inviolable of all legal principles. On February 24, 2006, you wrote in response to the concerns we posted at KGOV.com, and it grieves us to even report this, but you actually defended decisions of judges who rule to kill the innocent, as long as they bow to process. Specifically in 2000, federal judge Samuel Alito struck down New Jersey’s partial-birth abortion ban and voted to keep PBA legal in Planned Parenthood v. New Jersey and you commended him for that ruling because he was merely following “the long-established principle” of “precedent.” But there is an older legal precedent “Thou shall not murder.” And when judges violate that standard, the nation has become lawless. After World War II, the Allies convicted German judges whose defense for ruling to kill the innocent was that they had follow­ed precedent and the law. Moral relativism and legal positivism are no defense. And setting aside God’s prohibition of murder is humanism. Over the years Dr. Dobson, you have slid to where you now advocate the legal theory of the defendants at Nuremberg.


            Imagine the horror to come now that our greatest Christian leaders are willing to call good evil and evil good.


False Claims from Focus

Our Open Letter campaign has led many leaders in the pro-life movement to concede that this ban has no authority to save a single child. However, your organization has made one similar admission, but has not retracted the false claims quoted in this letter.


When we learned that Focus on the Family staff was falsely informing supporters that this so-called PBA ban has outlawed abortions in the third trimester, we recorded our own call to 800-A-FAMILY and posted online that call with Susan from your correspond­ence depart­ment. She told us that with this PBA ruling, “The U.S. Supreme Court made it illegal for women to have an abortion in the last trimester.” Online at KGOV.com, we also document other pro-life media outlets misrep­resenting this vicious ruling.


Following your example, many national ministries have spent years using the PBA ban to motivate financial donations, all the while misrepre­senting the legal effect of the ban. Today millions of Christians, including your own staff, have been deceived.


As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Account­ability, Focus on the Family commits to practice “Truth­fulness in Communication: All representations of fact… must be current, complete, and accu­rate. There must be no material… exaggerations of fact or use of misleading… com­mun­i­cation which would tend to create a false impression or mis­under­standing.” Yet your many claims contradict what the Court explicitly stated, that the PBA ban “does not on its face impose a substantial obstacle” to “late-term” abortion (p. 26). In fact, this ruling presents no obstacle at all.


As the founder of Focus on the Family, you are responsible for the truth of your organiza­tion’s statements. In truth, there is no good in this ruling: no precedent, no defense of life—only brutality and death.


More Wicked than Roe

Some pro-life leaders, when pressed privately, have long admitted this ban would not save lives, but that it would “keep the issue in the news,” as your vice president of Public Policy Tom Minnery has said.

This wicked ruling trivializes the dreadful account of killing a child whose arms and legs are wiggling outside the mother. Justice Kennedy quotes a nurse and then an abortionist (pp. 8-9). The nurse said, “The baby’s little fingers were clasping… his little feet were kicking. Then the doctor stuck the scissors in the back of his head… the baby’s arms jerked out.” The abortionist said, “For the staff to have to deal with a fetus that has ‘some viability to it, some movement of limbs, [is] always a difficult situation.’” And with wicked­ness, the “pro-life Justices” observe: “Some doctors may prefer not to disclose precise details of the means that will be used… Any number of patients facing imminent surgical procedures would prefer not to hear all details, lest the usual anxiety… become the more intense. This is likely the case with the abortion procedures here in issue” (p. 29).


Dr. Dobson, you should be appalled.


Focus on the Family and many organizations celebrate this wicked ruling to justify 15 years of wasted effort. Pro-lifers gave tens of millions of dollars in responding to countless fundraising pleas that mention the PBA ban. A major pro-life fund­raising firm, MDS Communications of Mesa, Arizona, told Colorado Right to Life’s vice president Leslie Hanks, “The PBA script gets the best results.” So the PBA ban does not end a single abortion, but has funded the pro-life industry.


Twenty million children have been killed in America during this long distraction, all in pursuit of a law that from the beginning never had the authority to ban a single abortion. Dr. Dobson, you and these other leaders should have warned Christians of all this, but instead you join together in calling evil good. Evil? Yes evil. The unborn child killed by the “reasonable alternative” procedures now coded into law by our own pro-life politicians will suffer even greater horror. For even this wicked court noted the objection, “that the standard D&E is in some respects as brutal, if not more, than the intact D&E [PBA].


What a mockery of the goodwill of rank-and-file pro-lifers. The concern of these “pro-life Justices” has nothing to do with the brutal­ity against the child but with improving “the public’s perception” (p. 30) of late-term abor­tion. Focus on the Family should not hide this truth.


Incrementalism is fine, but compromised incre­mentalism violates God’s enduring command, “Do not murder.” When you compromise on this fundamental law, you undermine the pro-life goal of re-establishing the personhood of the child and you cannot possibly foresee all the negative consequences. As some congratulate themselves, children suffer more horrifically with this ruling. And you “applaud the court.”


Beyond the children, your praise helps destroy the souls of the wicked Justices who enjoy the approval of Christian leaders. Then with hubris, these Justices demand that abortionists follow their new regulations of how to murder a child. We expect such evil from humanists. But for a Christian leader to give this false sense of security to judges and government offi­cials is an affront to God.


For a quarter century, the pro-life movement with your support, has adopted moral relativism and legal positivism, obsessing on process and overlooking funda­mental justice. You celebrate Gonzales v. Carhart which unequivocally affirms the “killing” of children as long as one follows its guidelines, for the end now justifies the means, and right and wrong have become negotiable. God did not design the Body of Christ to follow lawyers, talk show hosts or anyone who puts politics ahead of righteousness. We want to follow your lead, Dr. Dobson, but not in the direction you now head. We want to follow the standard in the 1990 pledge you made before hundreds of thous­ands at the Rally for Life in Washington, D.C.—the pledge to never support any effort that will intentionally “kill one innocent baby.”


Groups Celebrating this Evil Ruling

National Right to Life Committee

Americans United for Life

Christian Law Association

Family Research Council

Concerned Women for America

National Pro-Life Action Center

Christian Coalition

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

D. James Kennedy’s Center for Reclaiming America

Jay Sekulow’s American Center for Law & Justice

Focus on the Family


Leaders Condemning this Evil Ruling

Alan Keyes (with all the signers below)

John Archibold, founding board member, AUL, NRTL

Jim Rudd, Covenant News

John Lofton, The American View

Eric Guttormson, TheologyOnline.com

Brian Martin, TheologyWeb.com

Jim Anderson, LifeCommercials.com

Cal Zastrow, Michigan Citizens for Life

Matt Trewhella, Missionaries to the Preborn

Brannon Howse, WorldviewTube, Christian Worldview Network

Steve Curtis, Former State Chair, Colo Republican Party

Ken and Jo Scott, ProLife Colorado

Gino Geraci, Calvary Chapel South Denver

Chuck Baldwin, Crossroad Baptist Church

Dr. Patrick Johnston, ProLifePhysicians.org

Prof. Charles Rice, Notre Dame Law School


Call to Action

Dr. Dobson, we ask you, your staff at Focus on the Family and all readers to do three things:

1)   Please take up the standard from your famous 1990 pledge and withhold support from any effort that would intentionally kill even one innocent baby.

2)   Learn to recognize and then oppose moral relativism in law, called legal positivism.

3)   Please go to Colorado RightToLife.org and sign their pledge entitled: 40 Years / 50 Million Dead / One Commitment to never compromise on God’s enduring com­mand “Do not murder.”


“There is a way that seems right to a man,” warns Proverbs 14:12, “but its end is the way of death.” Please repent, Dr. Dobson.



- Flip Benham, director, Operation Rescue / Operation Save America

- Tony Robinson, Birmingham, SupremeJustice.org

- Bob Enyart, pastor, Denver Bible Church

- Brian Rohrbough, president, Colorado Right to Life

- Father Tom Euteneuer, president, Human Life International

- Judie Brown, president, American Life League



Get tools to fight this abortion battle at ColoradoRightToLife.org/openletter

Read the Gonzales vs. Carheart Ruling

When pro-life groups endorse wicked laws that really do not hurt pro-choice causes, pro-choice groups often attack the pro-life proposal as a means to generate donations.  It is a win-win situation for pro-abortionists every time pro-life groups push for laws that are morally flawed.  Therefore, just because Planned Parenthood or pro-abortionists protest a law, that doesn't mean the law is really pro-life - they are just being savvy and sophisticated by exploiting an opportunity handed to them by pro-life industry leaders.