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Archive for January 2016

ORTL President Fired from Day Job Over Pro-Life Beliefs

Harmony Daws - ORTL President

Last week, the new president of the Oregon Right to Life board of directors, Harmony Daws, was fired from her position as operations manager of a thriving Portland-area cleaning business. Two weeks prior, she had told her left-leaning boss that she had accepted the position as president. Ostensibly, she was fired for pro-life beliefs, as…

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Everyone Deserves An Advocate

Harmony Daws defends Life

Why does Oregon Right to Life exist? Our new motto says it all. Because everyone deserves an advocate. In America, every citizen is entitled to an advocate. The most vile serial killer gets a public defender. The law insists he is innocent until PROVEN guilty by a jury of his peers. Our system doesn’t work…

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Lila Rose To Speak At Oregon Right To Life’s Roe V. Wade

Sunday, January 17, 2016 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Pioneer Courthouse Square Portland, Oregon March for Life begins immediately after rally Oregon Right to Life is hosting our annual rally to commemorate the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion throughout nine months of pregnancy. We will gather to honor…

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Planned Parenthood, OHSU, And Aborted Baby Body Parts.

This summer, the Center for Medical Progress began releasing a series of 11 videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of fetal organs. According to federal law, selling fetal organs for profit is a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Once these videos became public, the U.S. Congress held a hearing…

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The Face of Now

Harmony Daws - Oregon Right to Life President

Referring to the “enthusiasm gap” she saw between older and younger women regarding abortion, pro-abortion Democratic National Committee chair, Debbie Wasserman recently told the New York Times, “I see a complacency among the generation of young women whose entire lives have been lived after Roe v. Wade was decided.” Ms. Wasserman-Schultz is more than right.…

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