Campaign Life Coalition, LifeSiteNews.com + The Interim’s Soconvivium blog provide guidance for Canadian pro-life voters in Election 2011

Next federal election is May 2, 2011

The minority Conservative government fell on March 25 following an opposition non-confidence motion. Canadians will return to the polls on May 2, 2011.

CLC needs your help to influence this election in a major pro-life way! Help us get election-ready!
 

State of the Federation

There is no denying that Canada’s parliament is in bad shape. Only 20% of the Members of Parliament are pro-life.
 
In disastrous shape too, is our nation’s news media which Canadians are supposed to rely upon for unbiased election coverage. Every mainstream news outlet seems committed to protecting the abortion industry. Media too often shapes election results. Sadly, when a pro-life candidate enters a race, he or she often faces the extra challenge of the media using negative adjectives and descriptors on coverage of the pro-life candidate, while at the same time, applying neutral or positive adjectives to the abortion choice candidate.

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2 Responses to Campaign Life Coalition, LifeSiteNews.com + The Interim’s Soconvivium blog provide guidance for Canadian pro-life voters in Election 2011

  1. goyodelarosa says:

    THE INTERIM’S BLOG: SOCONVIVIUM:

    http://www.theinterim.com/category/soconvivium/

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