An Interview with Mark Crutcher

Former Texas governor and revolutionary hero Sam Houston once said in describing the courage and indomitable will of the people of his adopted home state, who he would lead in the great battles to win independence from Mexico, that, “Texas has yet to learn submission to any oppression, come from whatever source it may.”

More than  a century later in the town of Denton, Texas, those who man the forward battle lines in the war against abortion have a recognized leader and strategist in the person of Mark Crutcher, whose work against the abortion industry in many ways typifies that resistance to submission that Houston spoke of.  Some would say that he is a classic throwback in leadership whose style and tactics are reminiscent of the historic generals of the past who commanded vast armies of spies and soldiers who fought with a passionate belief in the nobleness of their cause.

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