Jeanne Mancini from the March for Life weighs on the confirmation of Xavier Becerra as HHS Secretary. John Michels talks about forgiving the man who killed his brother.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 – Confirmation of Xavier Becerra as HHS Secretary
Statement from Jeanne: “The confirmation of Xavier Becerra as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services is alarming given the fact that he has spent his career expanding pro-abortion policies and persecuting pro-life groups and individuals. He has utilized his power as Attorney General of California to punish groups like the Little Sisters of the Poor for their faith as well as the journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in baby body parts. If his record is any indication, Becerra will weaponize the more than trillion-dollar budget of the Department of Health and Human Services to attack or disadvantage those with whom he disagrees, and advance unpopular pro-abortion policies. Pro-life Americans will be keeping a close eye on Becerra’s agenda and will continue to speak out in defense of women and the unborn.”
Jeanne Mancini was appointed to the role of President of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund in the fall of 2012. In this capacity she proudly directs the small non-profit organization committed to restoring a culture of life in the United States, most notably through the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., held on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
March for Life Website
Segment 3 & 4 – Brother of an Atlanta Shooting Victim Speaks Out
We revisit a part of the interview Teresa conducted in the first hour of today’s show with John Michels. John’s brother Paul Andre Michaels was killed after a gunman opened fire at Young’s Asian Massage in Acworth, Georgia. He shares how his faith has brought him to a place where he can forgive the man who shot his brother.
What we know about the victims of the Atlanta shootings