The Engaging Essentials

The Story of Lila Rose – I hope everyone will get acquainted with this young women.  Lila Rose has almost single handily taken down Planned Parenthood – with little more than a camera and hair dye.  Her picture is plastered on the walls of Planned Parenthood offices everywhere as something of a pro-life “most wanted” heroine.  Young men and women, especially, need to learn from her dedication to defending life.

Is Religious Liberty Important? – Far beyond being a mere social concern to a few hobbled masses, religious liberty may well be the lynchpin of our society.

Senate Race is a Toss Up – Rasmussen – who just a week ago had Gov. Manchin leading by 6% now has John Raese leading by 2%, 48-46.  Whoa.

The U.N. and Preborn Children – We often talk about abortion in isolation.  That is, that it is a uniquely American problem.  The reality is that it is as international as it can be.  In fact, in some countries, it is far worse than even in America (though whatever is America’s experience is bad enough).  This piece examines international law and the issue of abortion, probably from an angle you haven’t considered.

Keeping the Promise on Marriage – Except for his dedication to Notre Dame football, I love Chuck Donovan dearly.  In this piece, Chuck offers his trademark straightforward evaluation of the GOP’s, “Pledge to America.”  Especially on the issue of marriage, Chuck is cautiously hopeful, but understanding that there is much to be accomplished yet.

Regulation Elections – Two videos for you as we approach November 2.  With WV’s spotty history in this regard, watch with interest and act accordingly:

Stoplight with Stuart Shepherd:

Colleague Kelly Shackleford (my counterpart in Texas):

About Jeremy Dys

Jeremy Dys is the FPCWV's President and General Counsel. In addition to his duties of providing strategic vision and leadership to the FPCWV, Dys is the chief lobbyist and spokesman. Dys is regularly featured in local, state, and national print, radio, and television outlets. He lives close to Charleston with his wife and growing family.

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