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A pro-life candidate guide for November’s elections from the KFL-PAC (the nonpartisan political action committee of Kansans for Life) is now available at www.voteprolife.net.

The federal races include endorsements for Congressman Jerry Moran (R) for U.S. Senate, and 3 GOP Congressional candidates: Sen. Tim Huelskamp (1st district), Rep. Kevin Yoder (3rd district), and Mike Pompeo (4th district).

At the top of the KFL-PAC list for state-wide races is the GOP gubernatorial team of U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback and running mate, Kansas Sen. Jeff Colyer.

Also endorsed is Secretary of State candidate Kris Kobach (R) and both candidates for State Treasurer: Ron Estes (R) and incumbent Dennis McKinney (D). Neither Insurance (more…)

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The U.S. Senate on Tuesday failed to force abortions to be done at U.S  military hospitals abroad and domestically.  Kansas is home to military hospitals at Wichita’s McConnell Air Force Base and Fort Leavenworth as well as 3 VA facilities in Topeka, Wichita and Leavenworth.

By successfully defeating opposition to a filibuster, conservatives delayed consideration –until after the election –of this year’s National Defense Authorization Act, which includes the Burris Amendment permitting elective abortions at military base hospitals.  You can thank our U.S. senators, Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts, for voting pro-life on this issue.

Current law in effect since 1996 prohibits the performance of abortion by Department of Defense medical personnel or at DOD medical facilities. A separate provision prohibits the use of DOD funds for abortion except to save the life of the mother.

An amendment similar to the Burris amendment, but not applying to state DOD facilities, was rejected by the House in 2006.

In a recent column and follow-up, U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Denise Burke, a 14-year veteran of the U.S. military and attorney for Americans United for Life, explains the two-point strategy of abortion advocates (more…)

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