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Ave Maria!

After the 36th Annual March for Life yesterday, our Roving Reporter stayed on in DC to attend some of the post-March conferences and get some interviews with the famous Pro-Life celebrities giving presentations at the conferences. Today friar Roderic was very blessed to be able to talk to Alan Keyes - a presidential candidate in the 2000 election and an incredibly gifted speaker.

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  • James says:

    I like Alan Keyes, but he should not generalize about all Republican Candidates not standing up unequivocally for the unborn. Ron Paul is libertarian in a particular way, but anyone who has heard him speak about abortion knows that he speaks most convincingly without dicing words like politicians so often do.
    Also, I wouldn’t be so quick in singing the praises of Abraham Lincoln. He stood for big northern businesses more than our country, and he represents the end of dialogue and shared sovereignty.

  • Ken says:

    Friar Roderic,

    Nice. You scored a great guest. I haven’t heard much from Dr. Keyes in recent years, so it was nice to hear his clarion message once again. What I wouldn’t give to see him debate Obama.

    Ave Maria,

  • DamianSV says:

    Even Michael Voris has voted for Alan Keyes.
    Let’s keep Alan and his family in our prayers.

  • Savvy says:

    The website Alan Keyes mentioned was

    Alan Keyes answers callers’ questions on Tuesday & Thursday AIP Conference Calls … discuss news of the day, politics, the Personhood Movement, government affairs, theology, etc. from principle to practice …

    All of goodwill are welcome to join the conversation.

    Come ask Alan Keyes what separates his pro-life position from that of Dr. Ron Paul’s. There is a decided difference.

    For information, visit on Tues. or Thurs. afternoon, where access information is typically posted.

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