Serving an international
Vol. 10 No. 4 April 2008
A Moment of Reflection
By Ernest S. Underwood
A panel of judges in our state upheld a $108,800 fine against a man who poached 1088 turtle eggs from a state park. It was argued that 80 to 90 percent of marine turtle eggs are fertile; therefore, each egg must be considered a unit of marine life. The judges agreed.
Those who support abortion claim that a “fetus” is not a human “person” until birth has occurred. In 1973, the Supreme Court agreed with this insanity, ruling that it is perfectly acceptable to abort, also known as murder, the fetus. According to these judges, it would be unconstitutional to protect the unborn baby.
Isn’t it ironic that laws protecting unhatched turtle eggs are perfectly all right, but laws protecting unborn human beings are unconstitutional? Swipe a turtle egg and get sixty days in jail, plus a hundred dollar fine for each egg swiped. Murder a thousand unborn children and be rewarded with tax money to continue the practice, and be lauded as a champion of “reproductive freedom!”
May God avenge all those innocent lives that have been so callously and viciously snuffed out—and He will!
By Ernest S. UnderwoodIn a society where wicked and evil men and women are cowardly (through terrorism, killing others), where lawyers and judges support and promote that which is ungodly (where money apparently speaks louder and with much more force than does integrity, justice, and honesty) and where immorality has engulfed our nation and world, it is of great consolation to those who, unlike the fool, believe in God and His sovereignty. In