We cannot separate moral, scientific and logical truth from our actions

if we are to succeed.  The truth is the truth.  It cannot be ignored or

denied.  For this reason, the pro-life movement, by our statements that

life begins at conception and ends at natural death, will succeed.

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"All men are possessed of equal and inalienable natural rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."  (Kansas Bill of Rights, Section 1)

“These are natural rights; but by this section we say that they existed prior to the formation of any government; that they are coextensive with the essence of man, and so were before the formation of civil government.”   (Mr. Lillie, Delegate to Kansas Constitutional Convention)

“A man's right to his life is inalienable in law under all circumstances.  He has no right to sell or give it away - no right to dispose of it at all."  (Samuel A. Kingman, Delegate to Kansas Constitutional Convention)

“Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of Kansas:  That, based on undeniable medical, biological and scientific facts, we do hereby acknowledge and affirm that the unborn children in the state of Kansas have an equal and inalienable right to life from conception/fertilization and that allowing the termination of the lives of innocent human beings even before birth violates section 1 of the Bill of Rights of the Kansas Constitution;”  (Kansas House of Representatives Resolution 2002_6003)


The written constitution is the `basic law' of the state.  The Bill of Rights are a declaration of `basic rights' that may not be denied or infringed upon by the state or any local government.  Since the US constitution "trumps", as they say, any state constitution the state cannot prohibit any abortion so long as Roe v. Wade and its progeny stands. (1)  But the US Supreme Court has also said that the US Constitution contains no language requiring a state to pay for any abortion.  (Webster v. Reproductive Health, 492 US 490, 507-511(1998))  Each state makes that decision when it `chooses' to take part in the Medicaid program.  The 10th Circuit Court has said, "In this context, a difficult choice remains a choice and a tempting offer remains an offer."  (State of Kansas v. US of America, US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals No. 98-3341 part III)  Kansas cannot constitutionally enter into such a compact.  (Elmer Feldkamp, Right To Life of Kansas, Inc.)


(1)  Abortion would be re-criminalized if the courts were to recognize the pre-born human being's full status as a human person.  States that acquiesce in paying for abortion in order to obtain federal dollars do not themselves recognize the humanity of the pre-born, and their acquiescence provides the courts with another reason to affirm Roe v. Wade.