33rd ANNUAL MARCH FOR LIFE:Little Rock Sun 2pm begins at Capital and Louisiana Streets


President Obama on abortion

Adrian Rogers (former President of Southern Baptist Convention): “I am not as afraid of the Communist, the Russians, the Chinese, as much as I am afraid of God.  If God be for us, who can be against us?  If God be against us, then who can be for us?  It is God I am afraid of.”

I personally started walking in these marches in 1983. There have been some years when the weather was really bad and I missed. I took my four kids to many of them. It is always an emotional time.

I remember especially 1993’s March since I felt that for the first time since Roe v Wade that Arkansas could have a major impact. I knew that Bill Clinton had resided in our city for many years and was a Southern Baptist as I was. In fact, I learned a few days later that my former pastor Adrian Rogers had a chance with several other pastors to meet with the incoming President a few days earlier in Little Rock.

My friend, the Rev Sherwood Haisty Jr., and I had a chance to eat lunch with Dr. Rogers the next Thursday and he told us what President Clinton had to say on the issue of abortion. Before the meeting with the pastors began he outlined his position on abortion which was basically pro-choice. In others words, President Clinton was opening the floor for other subjects but that issue was already settled.

Looking back to the 8 years of Bill Clinton, he did everything he could to further the pro-abortion agenda. Some day his wife may be president and I have no reason to believe that she will not try to do the same.

Arkansas Right to Life press release below:

On Sunday, January 23, 2011 thousands of Arkansans will take to the streets of Little Rock at 2:00 p.m. in a peaceful and prayerful witness to the sanctity of human life for the 33 rd Annual March for Life. Sponsored by Arkansas Right to Life, the march begins at Capitol and Louisiana Streets, proceeds down Capitol Avenue approximately 13 blocks and concludes at the steps of the State Capitol for a brief program.

Wayne Mays, president of Arkansas Right to Life, will lead the march along with invited dignitaries and other special guests. The march will proceed as planned regardless of weather conditions.

Princella Smith, of Wynne, will be our keynote speaker. Interested in politics very early in her life, Ms. Smith became a prime time speaker at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City addressing the nation on the same night as First Lady Laura Bush and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Just last year , Princella vied to become America’s youngest Member of Congress as a candidate for the First District of Arkansas at age 26. Smith is a regular political contributor and has been featured and/or written for several national media outlets including: FOX News, CNN, CBS, MSNBC, BET, Bloomberg News, PBS, NPR, USA Today, among other local, national and international media outlets.

Among are special invited guests are: U.S. Senator John Boozman, Congressmen Rick Crawford, Tim Griffin and Steve Womack, Arkansas Lt. Governor Mark Darr, Secretary of State Mark Martin and pro-life members of the Arkansas General Assembly.

Also participating in the brief program will be Bishop Anthony Taylor, Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock and Cathie Dorsch, Associate Minister at Agape Church in Little Rock. Song selections will be performed by the Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar Family of Springdale, Arkansas.

“The pro-life movement is energized with the newly elected, more conservative Congress and Arkansas General Assembly and ready to enact legislation that will reject the pro-abortion policies and health care mandates of the Obama administration that seek to federally subsidize abortion on demand and ration the healthcare treatments of the disabled, chronically ill and aged,” said Rose Mimms, Executive Director of Arkansas Right to Life.

The state’s leading voice of the voiceless Arkansas Right to Life is dedicated to protecting all human beings threatened by abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia.

Arkansas Right to Life, the state’s oldest and largest pro-life organization,
is an affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee.

Dr. John Piper’s response to President Obama’s statement on abortion


Today I have a profile from Ballotpedia on St lawmaker Jonathan Barnett.

Jonathan Barnett

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Jonathan Barnett
Arkansas House of Representatives District 97
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Political party Republican
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Jonathan Barnett is a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives. He has represented the 97th District since 2009 and currently serves as Assistant Speaker Pro Tempore.

Issue positions

Barnett did not provide answers to the Arkansas State Legislative Election 2008 Political Courage Test. The test provides voters with how a candidate would vote on the issues if elected.[1]

Committee assignments

Sponsored legislation

Barnett’s sponsored legislation includes:


For a full listing of sponsored bills, see the House site.



See also: Arkansas House of Representatives elections, 2010

Barnett won re-election to the 97th district seat in 2010. He faced no opposition.[2]


On November 4, 2008, Barnett won election to the 97th District Seat in the Arkansas House of Representatives, running unopposed in the general election.[3]

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  • Sherwood Haisty, Jr.  On January 19, 2011 at 11:39 pm

    Everette, I do remember meeting with Dr. Rogers with you that day for lunch. That was a wonderful time and one I will continue to cherish.

    It was heart breaking to have Bill Clinton win the election. I knew that he would support abortion and it was a great defeat for the pro-life movement. Elections have consequences. Look at the Supreme Court Justices he appointed. We could have Roe v. Wade overturned by now if we had elected the right Presidents since 92 and on.

    What is abortion?
    It is the last form of birth control for a sexualy immoral society.
    It is a cash cow for the greedy abortion doctors and clinics.
    It is a ticket to office for liberal politicians.
    But what it realy is, is an abomination.
    It is the murder of innocent unborn babies legaly by the millions.
    It is the sin that stains our nation with blood from sea to shinning sea.
    It is a quite little proceedure performed in city after city by monsters who will kill upon monsters who will have their babies killed.
    To God, abortion is EVIL, it is an inextricable and unfathomable EVIL.

    Bill Clinton said he wanted abortion, legal, safe, and rare. He lied. But what he said he wanted should have been an outrage. I for one don’t believe abortion should be legal or safe, and rare is not rare enough. Abortion is legal but shouldn’t be. Abortion isn’t safe for the baby, why should it be safe for the killers? May we repent of this evil in our land. Evangelicals must lead the way. I close with this poem I used in a sermon encouraging Christians to vote pro-life. It is an adaptation of “This Little Piggy Went to Market”.

    This Little Evangelical

    This little Evangelical went to the ballot box.

    This little Evangelical stayed home.

    This little Evangelical had convictions.

    This little Evangelical had none.

    And this little unborn baby cried wee, wee, wee, as it died in it’s mother’s womb.

    The last line should give us all chills.

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