Race for the Cure Protest

For Immediate Release

Colorado Right to Life
To Join the Race for the Cure Protest

Denver, Colorado -- A meeting last Friday between Komen Breast Cancer Foundation's Denver officials, CRTL board members, and scientific and medical experts led the pro-life organization to decide to join an annual protest to warn women at the Komen Foundation's Race for the Cure of the link between abortion and breast cancer.

"Birth" Control Talking Points

Objection: "Personhood will ban common forms of birth control."

A Personhood amendment will not ban any true contraceptives that only prevent fertilization. And tragically, abortion is used as a common form of birth control. Regarding "contraceptives" that actually cause an abortion:

1. Lies: Women have been lied to by not telling them that some birth control actually kills their child.
2. Steroids
: The pill and Plan B are steroids that we protect football players from yet give to young girls.
3. Cancer
: A Nat'l Cancer Institute researcher reports the pill as a significant risk factor for breast cancer.

CRTL Answers Denver Post's Ed Quillen

[And now Castle Rock OB/GYN Endocrinologist Dr. Alexander answers Quillen]

In his arguments against the unborn child and Amendment 62, the Denver Post's Ed Quillen wonders how a fetus might go to court, claims every home miscarriage would be investigated, and that an embryo couldn't possibly possess property. Since the right to life comes not from the government nor the delivery doctor, but from our Creator, it exists at the moment of our creation, and as a result, all arguments against the unborn child must be false and therefore, weak.

Enter Ed Quillen who asks how an embryo might "go to court to advance a denial-of-due process claim," but then, an infant has a similar challenge, yet Ed knows that baby is a person. By fear mongering, he claims government would take action against countless women who miscarry, yet history demonstrates the truth. When the nation recognized abortion as illegal, the authorities never arrested a single doctor or woman for a miscarriage. And as for an unborn child possessing property, corporeal personal property including bodily parts and the three-billion base pairs of one's DNA, are already being harvested from the tiniest boys and girls with utter disregard for their humanity and rights...

July 2010 Candidate Positions Update

The latest updates on the postions of Colorado candidates for state and federal office has been released and is available the CRTL blog at:

A62 Press Conference a Success

Ambassador Alan Keyes appeared at the Amendment 62 press conference Monday July 26th at the Colorado Capitol to reveal the campaign's slogan, strategy and first advertisement. The press conference also featured California's personhood amendment co-sponsor Dr. Walter Hoye, Denver's Bishop Phillip Porter, CRTL board member Lolita Hanks, R.N. and Constitution Party Governor's Candidate Ben Goss. Click for the press release and more event details...

'Cure' to be cured?

Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher plans to ask the Colorado General Assembly to eliminate the statute governing “cures” for citizen-initiated petitions in the 2011 session.

But Leslie Hanks of Colorado Right to Life, one of the groups that worked on the petitions, was incensed by the commission’s inference that the Amendment 62 campaign may have submitted duplicate signatures or attempted to exploit a loophole in the system.

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