Tag: Consistent Life Ethic

Member Perspective: Is Health Care A Right?

by Catherine Collingwood The American Solidarity Party’s platform refers to universal health care as a right. That’s quite the assertion, and it’s not a universal American belief. After all, why should the services of health-care providers—who spend an enormous amount of time and money developing their skills—be something that all people can demand for any…

Read more »

Nat Hentoff’s Idiosyncratic Example

By John Whitehead Those who wish to defend human life from the many threats to it, those who wish to overturn the usual left-right political categories, and those who wish to discover a genuinely independent thinker would all do well to read the work of Nat Hentoff. Hentoff, who died in 2017 after a journalistic…

Read more »

Interview with John Whitehead, president of Consistent Life Network

by Skylar Covich Editor’s note: The views expressed in this interview are the personal opinions of Mr. Whitehead, and are not an official statement by the Consistent Life Network. SC: You are the president of the Consistent Life Network. Describe the concept of consistent life. Can you recommend some articles on the history of the movement,…

Read more »

American Solidarity Party Chapters March for Life: DC

DC March for Life by Christy Yao I can honestly say the DC March for Life was more crowded than I ever remember it being, and I’ve been to the March close to 20 times. The American Solidarity Party marched with a group of other marchers who support a consistent-life ethic. Rehumanize International organized a…

Read more »

Skip to toolbar