Choosing Unity: The Pro-Life Movement after November 8th

Yesterday I had the opportunity to catch up with one of my closest childhood friends. Our conversation quickly turned to the election because he and his wife have been agonizing over what to do with their votes. These are very godly, very pro-life people. They take this decision seriously and are still trying to figure what to do. My guess is that they will probably begrudgingly vote for Trump, and I won’t.

And that’s okay. We will still love each other after the election.

The question I’ve been concerned about lately is: can pro-life people do the same with their friends and colleagues who make different voting decisions next month? Or will the pro-life movement face an unprecedented and catastrophic level of division?

I told my friend yesterday, “I just want this election to be over. We’re all sick of it. But here’s my hope for what happens next: I hope that all of the people who have agonized over this decision can come together afterward, even though some of their friends also agonized over the decision and made a different choice.”

This election has been a uniquely divisive one. It’s probably the toughest election pro-life advocates have ever had to deal with. We are all doing our best in an awful situation.

I’m not saying both sides are right. On the question of whether to vote for Trump, there is an actual right decision and an actual wrong decision, but it is admittedly very difficult to determine which decision is right. I definitely have an opinion, but I believe reasonable and virtuous people can disagree.

To be clear, there are pro-life people who have absolutely sold out to Trump and have lied to defend him. That is not remotely defensible and such people should not be trusted in the future. This piece isn’t about them. This piece is about most people in the pro-life movement, who know and acknowledge that Trump is awful and who struggle with whether or not to vote for him. The pro-life movement should not open its arms to liars, but we can work with honest people who are making a different decision when faced with this hard judgment call.

And we have to. Regardless of what happens in November, the pro-life movement needs to unify. [Tweet that!]

I think we can do this, but I have strong concerns. I know several pro-life leaders who have said that they can’t imagine how anybody could actually be pro-life and not vote for Trump unless they have no understanding of how politics works. There’s a “No True Pro-Lifer” thing going on here, and I’m concerned about the effect of an attitude like that after the election.

We all have a series of decisions to make for the next four years. We can spend them taking jabs at each other with subtle or not-so-subtle comments about how everything going wrong is such and such pro-lifer’s fault, or we can exercise self-control. Every remark you make to alienate well-meaning but misguided people from the work of saving babies is a remark for which you are culpable. I don’t think I’ve always been careful enough about this myself, but I’m committing to be careful about it in the future. I know you’re frustrated with people. I’m frustrated with people too. If you must remark on the decisions people have made this election, at least do it respectfully, and acknowledge the good intentions of people on the other side.

The pro-life movement is already divided enough. We can all do better work if we don’t alienate each other.

The time to decide to be united is not after the election. It’s right now. Will you commit today on your Facebook wall to unite with the people in this movement who decide to vote differently than you? I think thousands of pro-life people doing that could actually have an effect on how divisive this election has been at the grassroots level. We can’t change how nasty the politicians are towards each other, but we can change how everyday pro-lifers are towards each other.

Let’s unite and make a strong statement today. You can write your own or just copy and paste this one. Alternatively, you could download and post the graphic below that has been optimized for Facebook timelines.

If you’re pro-life, I will not hold your voting decisions this year against you in the future. I will treat you with no less dignity than I did before. I will not say ‘I told you so,’ no matter what happens next. I will choose to be gracious and understanding to you in my thoughts, words, and actions. I will assume the best of you, that you did the best you could under difficult circumstances and I will respect your intentions. When I’m frustrated, I will direct my frustration towards the people who support the killing of babies, not my friends who disagree with me on the best political strategy to defend babies.

Commitment to Pro-Life Unity

 

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  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have publicly and
    repeatedly denounced as unacceptable? If I do not vote for this man, am I
    helping to elect Hillary, a woman that will undoubtedly use her power to
    promote and legalize policies of all manner of evil and corruption? I believe
    the answer to the latter is yes. If I do not vote or if I vote for a no chance
    candidate am I increasing Hillary’s chances of winning the election and
    possibly giving the Senate over to Democrat control? I think so.

    My thoughts here are my own. I do not know if all of the SOHLNET board members agree
    with my conclusions. I do know that they all are in agreement that a President
    Hillary Clinton will: (1) continue to promote child killing without exceptions
    and will move to make all abortions tax payer funded. (2) She will bring the
    full force of a corrupt Justice Department to silence, penalize and imprison
    all who are acting and speaking up for the voiceless. Remember that her husband
    used RICO (Racketeering) statutes against us during his tenure. (3) She will
    with fervor support and promote the agenda of the LGBT crowd to further their
    goals which will use the same corrupt methods to silence not only all of us,
    but the church. (4) She will fill two or
    three vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court who will rule with disguised
    intellectual verbiage to tell us why the Constitution supports the laws and
    actions of Hillary. (5) President Hillary will continue the Obama policy of
    stripping our armed forces to a state of un-readiness and ISIS terrorism will
    continue as “leading from behind” remains U.S. policy. Our weakness may well bring us to war with
    those who only respect our military strength and our wisdom to use it, as
    Reagan did. (6) Joblessness, which is most devastating to the poor, will
    continue under Hillary’s socialist policies. (7) A policy of dividing Americans
    by race and “income inequality” will likely increase hatred, riots and police
    murders.

    I have no fears in what Hillary and her
    administration might do to me. My wife and I have both experienced arrests for
    standing up for the voiceless and confronting evil. Our faith is in God who
    controls our destiny. I do have great concerns for my 19 grandchildren and
    eight great grandchildren whose lives will suffer as our nation continues to
    “Slouch into Gomorrah.” Please prayerfully consider what you will do on
    Election Day.

    Respect and grace to those in prolife who disagree
    with one’s choice for the highest office in the land? Absolutely.
    On the other hand, unity for unity’s sake in prolife strategy and
    tactics is not a good idea.

    Bud Reeves – Sanctity of Human
    Life Network, Inc.

  • Bud Reeves

    Many Christians, perhaps particularly

    those of us active in prolife ministry, are asking ourselves, how best may I
    use my freedom and privilege to vote in the coming election for President?
    Believing as I do in God’s direction and will, I have spent some very early
    mornings recently praying, not for a candidate, but direction. Not
    surprisingly, God did not weigh in for either candidate. I did not expect Him
    to do so. I do believe I received assurances that all of the promises of His
    Word are sure and that my seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness (Mt.
    6:33) will always work well even under the most ungodly man or woman elected to
    lead our nation.

    During the Republican Primaries most of my friends,
    family and associates, including active prolife people, found agreement that
    Mr. Trump was unacceptable. He had shown himself to be rude, crude, and
    sometimes mean. He carried baggage of multiple divorces and in the past had
    supported a woman’s “choice” for abortion but reversed himself after seeking
    the nomination. In short, most of us were not reluctant to join in a chorus of
    “Never Trump.” At the same time the “Never Hillary” tune played just as loudly
    by the good folks. So what are we realistically left with is a conundrum.

    Do I vote for a man who I have pub