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Kari Simpson and Ron Gray speak with lawyer and respected pro-life activist Rebecca Kiessling, who is a product of a rape and a survivor of two near-abortions. Ms. Kiessling tells her personal story, a story about a life – her life – that was spared from death by abortion, protected by law, and testifies as to why abortion is not simply a woman’s choice over her body alone. This is a must listen-to show, Ms. Kiessling’s story should be told in every home and classroom of the nation.  The interview features insight into Ms. Kiessling’s recent debate with the radical feminist, pro-abortion propagandist Gloria Allred on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight.

  One Response to “RoadKill Radio News: Rape, Abortion, and Salvation”

  1. Blessing Rebecca, thank you for putting personal perspective on the plight of the unborn children slatted for death. A society who would legalize killing babies who ought to be safe in the warmth of their mothers wombs, who deserve our protection instead of Capital Punishment, could be talked into legalizing and thus setting precedents for even more atrocities.

    The National Women’s Party was founded in 1915 by Alice Paul, and she authored The Equal Rights Amendment. Alice stated ,”Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women,” There was ”No” disagreement from fellow suffragettes.

    After The Second World War at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials, ten Nazi leaders were indicted for the crimes against humanity, of encouraging and compelling abortions. The Nazi Government and Supreme Court also passed laws as to who ought to live and were to die.
    Trials of War Criminals, Nuremberg Military Tribunal,Washington, DC:USGPO,Volume IV page 610.

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