Pro-life: from womb to tomb

January 20th, 2014 | Posted by jameswatkins in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)


On January 13, 1984, President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation designating January 22 National Right to Life Day. I wish the day wasn’t limited to simply the unborn. So, here are my favorite columns on several right-to-life issues:

Capital punishment: serious questions

Ethuanasia and “dying with dignity”

Is it a life or a choice?

Pro-life graphics for posting

Pro-life from womb to tomb

I’m grateful my mom was “pro-life.” I hope my children will be!

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I’ve got issues

January 11th, 2014 | Posted by jameswatkins in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

James Watkins, author, speakerI wrote a newspaper column for three papers for 15 years and addressed:
9-11: In remembrance (Numerous posts)
Abortion: Is it a life or a choice?
Ancient prophet warns of conspiracy theories
Are Islam, Christianity “peaceful” religions?
Are there really ghosts?
Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes?
Artificial intelligence and the image of God
Candidates need to follow “Yellow Brick Road”
Capital punishment: serious questions
Dealing with school shootings
Defining words, defining morality
The “democratization” of the media
Does DNA disprove evolution
Euthanasia and “dying with dignity”
Gun control advocates naive
Hard times for “hard news”
Hope for cultural change
Is it 1984 in America?
My plan to eliminate taxes
NASA announces Mars mission The cost in perspective
“Peace on earth” in pieces
Pro-life from womb to tomb
Race relations by the numbers
Running new “pledge” up the “flag” pole
Rx for gun control
To angry voters
Taking the terror out of terrorism
Top ten ways to reduce national debt
‘Twas the Night Before Voting
The Un-Tied States of America
Vampires, werewolves real!
Verify! Verify! Verify!
We are strong! We will survive! (9-17-01)
Were founding fathers Christian?
When is war “just”?

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Since then, it’s been an honor to welcome over 7 million guests from 120 countries with articles, book excerpts, cartoons, humor columns and videos. Enjoy!