Sunday, February 20

As my faithful readers know, I'm a center-right poliblogger, who provides commentary on politics and current events from a conservative, traditionalist perspective, and, occasionally, with a touch of lighthearted humor. I'm a Reagan Republican and proud to call myself one. Among the short list of issues you'll see me post on frequently is abortion. I'm a steadfast Pro-Lifer and take great issue with the Supreme Court's misguided Roe v. Wade decision. I fervently believe that abortion is wrong and immoral, except in cases where the mother's life or her general health are at risk, and in certain other extreme circumstances. I also believe that minors should not be permitted to receive guidance on abortion without parental consent or the consent of a legal guardian. Furthermore, and so I'm clear on the subject, I believe fetuses are sentient human beings and that life begins at conception. And, more than anything else, it is George Bush's genuine belief in the sanctity of life and his political courage in saying so that caused me to vote for him in 2000 and again in 2004.

Accordingly, I'm pleased to link to and I completed their registration form this evening. You'll find that link in my "Combination Links & Blogroll" under the heading of Qui Tacit Consentit in the righthand column. Further down the column you'll find two of their "Logo" links to this same site. My emphasis on redundant links is purposeful. That's the importance I attach to the Pro-Life movement -- to making a statement about the sanctity of life and our obligation to protect the innocents.

Indeed, if my blog favorably impacts even one woman's decision to cancel her abortion and to have her baby, whether she keeps it or puts it up for adoption, then I will have been blessed. Regardless of whether you're Pro-Life, Pro-Choice, or uncertain about your feelings on this important matter, I encourage you to visit the site and to return to mine from time to time as well. Thanks!