Bonnie Chernin column
Bonnie Chernin
In 1986, Bonnie Chernin attended her first pro-life convention where she met author Ann Saltenberger and received a copy of her outstanding book, "Every Woman Has the Right to Know the Dangers of Legal Abortion." This book inspired Bonnie to become actively involved in the pro-life movement.

In the early 1990s, Bonnie volunteered at the office of Manhattan Right to Life, and began writing letters and op-ed pieces for local newspapers on the topic of abortion.

In March of 2000, Bonnie founded Jews For Life, the first Jewish pro-life website on the Internet reflecting the traditional Jewish pro-life perspective on abortion. Jews For Life was an active and vital presence online for many years.

In 2018, Bonnie launched The Jewish Life League. Bonnie passionately believes that life, both born and unborn, is sacred and that the "pro-choice" position of mainstream Jewish organizations is antithetical to the traditional teachings of the Jewish faith.

Bonnie is an accomplished classical pianist and prolific writer. She is a Certified Professional Coach assisting women in achieving their life and career goals.

Bonnie's website is JewishLifeLeague.org. To read more of Bonnie's articles, see her site's blog.

Bonnie can be contacted at: info@JewishLifeLeague.org or at www.BonnietheCoach.com.


Election 2020: A time to steal
Bonnie Chernin
November 8, 2020

On December 10th, 2000, The New York Times reported that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to stop vote counting in Florida and Governor George W. Bush became . . .


Our America and the other America
Bonnie Chernin
November 6, 2020

Since the coronavirus changed our lives, we have been talking about a “new normal” and wondering what that would look like. We’re seeing it now in spades with . . .


Why Judge Amy Coney Barrett should be confirmed
Bonnie Chernin
October 18, 2020

Having watched most of the confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett I am impressed by her credentials, scholarship and that she is an originalist who . . .


Trump Derangement Syndrome: More contagious than the coronavirus
Bonnie Chernin
October 4, 2020

It’s hard to believe that there are people in the media and Democratic Party ranks – whether they openly admit it or not – that have a death wish for President . . .


All ayes on Judge Amy Coney Barrett
Bonnie Chernin
September 27, 2020

If the Senate Democrats were smart, they would show up and vote unanimously to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett. They won’t make disgusting statements like,  . . .


Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s abortion legacy
Bonnie Chernin
September 20, 2020

“The definition of a liberal is a person who is always right about every fact he knows nothing about.” -Bonnie Chernin’s political diary Now that the icon . . .


RNC 2020: The most pro-life convention in history
Bonnie Chernin
August 31, 2020

There was quite a contrast between the 2020 Republican and Democratic national conventions and their messaging. The DNC was about negativity, bigotry, . . .


The abortion and Jewish values 'cruel kit'
Bonnie Chernin
July 21, 2020

Since the Roe v. Wade decision, leftist Jewish organizations and reform rabbis have embraced an abortion ideology which is perverse and antithetical to Judaism. . . .


The Supreme Court failed unborn babies and women
Bonnie Chernin
July 2, 2020

The Supreme Court on Monday struck down the Unsafe Abortion Protection Act, a Louisiana pro-life law that could have saved unborn babies and protected pregnant . . .


Father’s Day 2020: Difficult times
Bonnie Chernin
June 21, 2020

Father’s Day is the one day set aside to honor loving dads who put their families first. They work hard and deserve attention. So it’s up to Mom and the . . .


America under siege, then and now
Bonnie Chernin
June 8, 2020

Very few people remember the name Lemrick Nelson Jr. today. Nearly 30 years ago, during a three day rioting spree that began on August 19th 1991, blacks . . .


Roe against Norma McCorvey
Bonnie Chernin
May 25, 2020

The documentary “AKA Jane Roe” was supposed to be a portrait of Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff in the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.  . . .


American tyranny
Bonnie Chernin
April 21, 2020

The Wuhan China virus has given politicians in power the authority to enforce dangerous regulations that suppress individual rights. Empowered by the lockdown . . .


The other pandemic
Bonnie Chernin
April 6, 2020

There is another pandemic, one that is not under the microscope. It's been going on daily while national attention has been focused on the constant news . . .


Coronavirus: The fallout of seeking shelter in place
Bonnie Chernin
March 23, 2020

One of the advantages of being laid up in bed with a broken left foot – as I am right now – is that I know my foot will heal. When my right foot . . .


Child sacrifice, then and now
Bonnie Chernin
February 24, 2020

Don Feder, a columnist whose work I admire and books I recommend, wrote a column in which he stated: "The outcome of our national debate about abortion, . . .


At Planned Parenthood, life's not good
Bonnie Chernin
January 19, 2020

Death has been good to Planned Parenthood. Their recently published 2018–2019 Annual Report shows that their corporation and affiliates committed 345 . . .


Beyond belief: People march in solidarity to condemn religious bigotry
Bonnie Chernin
January 6, 2020

An estimated 25,000 people stood together and walked in the 'No Hate, No Fear' Solidarity March that began in Manhattan and continued over the Brooklyn Bridge, . . .


Bagels, lox and the miracle of the Maccabees
Bonnie Chernin
December 23, 2019

Do you light Hanukkah candles for the holiday or for the fun of it? What does the holiday of Hanukkah mean for you and what we are celebrating? I remember . . .


Progressivism vs. progress
Bonnie Chernin
November 24, 2019

In 1970 when abortion was legalized in New York State, a New York Post Louis Harris poll showed that 71% of Jews were in favor of abortion. A recent Pew . . .


Abortion by the numbers
Bonnie Chernin
November 4, 2019

It's been a very good year for the pro-life movement. Despite the negative press downplaying the impact our efforts are making to drive down abortion numbers, . . .


Rosh Hashana: The gift of life, hope and renewal
Bonnie Chernin
September 27, 2019

Rosh Hashanah is nearly upon us, and we are preparing for the High Holidays with hope, reflection, renewal and for some...a sense of dread. Some Jews view . . .


Guns and the G-dless left
Bonnie Chernin
August 8, 2019

Two bloodbaths that left a total of 31 people dead and dozens injured should have brought a unified response from Republicans and Democrats. The Democrats . . .


Judaism is pro-life and all Jews should be pro-life
Bonnie Chernin
August 5, 2019

Over the past year, pro-life gains that protect unborn children have been nothing short of momentous. Lawmakers have introduced and enacted legislation that . . .


Euthanasia and the future of free choice
Bonnie Chernin
July 14, 2019

Thirty years ago, Jack Kevorkian, the pathologist known as Dr. Death and was notorious for his role in advocating for assisted suicide, was convicted of second . . .


My friend became a victim of legal abortion, and he was changed forever
Bonnie Chernin
June 24, 2019

This is a personal story. Many years ago, I had a friend who never thought much about abortion, and as he described it to me later was neutral on the issue.  . . .


Slouching towards our Orwellian future
Bonnie Chernin
May 28, 2019

The furor on the left among pro-abortion militants is escalating, as they fear the reversal of Roe v. Wade is in sight. Pro-lifers are hopeful but by no means . . .


Pro-life facts that begin at conception
Bonnie Chernin
May 20, 2019

In 1983, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote in her dissent in Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health that Roe v. Wade is "on a . . .


Bad news comes in twos: Democratic state house representatives go off the deep end
Bonnie Chernin
May 7, 2019

What is wrong with the Democratic Party? Are they off their minds? Yes, certifiably so. Democratic Alabama State Representative John Rogers decided to . . .


The New York Times, they're not a-changing
Bonnie Chernin
May 5, 2019

Last month the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Flyers dropped Kate Smith's beautiful and unmatched rendition of the patriotic anthem, "G-d Bless America" . . .


A message from the unborn: A child's plea
Bonnie Chernin
April 2, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJmiLmXbHwQ The most powerful words that touch our hearts come from victims who have the courage to speak up and tell what . . .


Why Democrats support 4th trimester abortion
Bonnie Chernin
March 4, 2019

Now that 44 Senate Democrats voted to keep infanticide legal, many people are asking why they did this. There are many reasons. It could be because the . . .


Remembering holocaust victims, heroes and the sanctity of human life
Bonnie Chernin
February 11, 2019

When President Trump addressed the nation in his State of the Union speech, he adopted a somber tone, his delivery was measured as he focused on the importance . . .


The Reproductive Health Act is deadly, and too many Americans are silent
Bonnie Chernin
January 28, 2019

On Monday, January 22nd, 2019, the Reproductive Health Act was passed in the NY State Assembly and Senate and immediately signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.  . . .


And so, we march: Ben Shapiro's awesome speech at the March for Life
Bonnie Chernin
January 21, 2019

The March for Life 2019 was a powerful testament to love, faith and commitment to protecting unborn children and ending abortion once and for all. Tens of . . .


Is Santa Claus harmful for kids?
Bonnie Chernin
December 22, 2018

Every year it's the same story. As Santa takes his toy inventory Leftists don't like "Merry Christmas," Or Nativity scenes Some places even bar reds and . . .


Ben Shapiro is headlining the March For Life 2019, and one pro-life professor objects
Bonnie Chernin
December 16, 2018

Ben Shapiro is Jewish, religious, pro-life and is a star in the conservative and pro-life movements. He attends frequent speaking engagements at college . . .


The Gosnell film shatters one attorney's agnosticism on abortion
Bonnie Chernin
November 4, 2018

"He who saves one life saves the world entire." Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5; Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 37:a After seeing the film "Gosnell: The Trial of . . .


Murders at the Tree of Life Synagogue
Bonnie Chernin
October 29, 2018

The victims at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh attended Shabbat services as usual, and to celebrate the birth of a baby boy with a bris or circumcision . . .


Keeping Cruz control in Texas
Bonnie Chernin
October 15, 2018

It is critically important for Sen. Ted Cruz to win re-election and keep Texas red and pro-life. The latest polls coming out of the Texas Senate race show a . . .


After a bitter battle for Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, what's to celebrate?
Bonnie Chernin
October 7, 2018

According to an MSN article, "The Winners and Losers in the Supreme Court Fight," one group on the list of losers is "Senate moderates." That seems uncertain . . .


The smearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh
Bonnie Chernin
September 30, 2018

I don't know if Judge Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed. But here is my takeaway after watching the hearing: Judge Kavanaugh was on fire and gave a profound . . .


Courting hypocrisy: Where does the truth lie?
Bonnie Chernin
September 24, 2018

Facts don't matter anymore. We have a new standard of truth as it applies to judicial nominees. The real victims are the women who are being sexually . . .


Will medical experiments on U.S. teens become routine?
Bonnie Chernin
September 17, 2018

Did you know you are paying for healthy 13-year-old girls to get their breasts removed? There is a doctor in Los Angeles Children's Hospital who is . . .


On bloc parties and precedential powers
Bonnie Chernin
September 7, 2018

What is precedent upon precedent? I've been asking myself that question after spending time reviewing more than I can stand of the Democrats meaningless . . .


The unkindest cut
Bonnie Chernin
August 20, 2018

At the turn of the last century, babies born with severe fetal anomalies were often referred to as monstrosities. Those were the days when medical technology . . .


Euthanasia camps are coming
Bonnie Chernin
August 6, 2018

The Netherlands has moved from assisted suicide to euthanasia, from euthanasia for people who are terminally ill to euthanasia for those who are chronically . . .


What makes the ancient lessons of Tisha B'Av relevant today
Bonnie Chernin
July 24, 2018

Jeremiah 31:15-16 Thus saith the LORD; A voice is heard in Ramah, Lamentation, and bitter weeping, Rachel weeping for her children; She refuseth to be . . .


Rhode Island Capitol Hill hearings: Rabbi Howard Voss-Altman wrongly defends abortion
Bonnie Chernin
July 23, 2018

While on vacation in Rhode Island, one evening I turned on the TV and by chance, I arrived at a channel presenting a program called "Capitol TV." The channel . . .


Blood, money, and maternal mortality
Bonnie Chernin
July 16, 2018

Something went terribly wrong on the morning of Saturday, January 23rd, 2016, at the Carolina Center for Women in Charlotte, North Carolina. The office  . . .


Judge Kavanaugh: Not the best choice
Bonnie Chernin
July 11, 2018

Judge Brett Kavanaugh has stellar credentials, an impeccable resume, and a long track record of over three hundred published opinions, holds a conservative . . .


Breaking mad: The media goes berserk over retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy
Bonnie Chernin
June 29, 2018

If there has ever been a reason to suspect that the militant left is off their minds, all doubt is gone. The retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony . . .


A fragile free speech victory for crisis pregnancy centers
Bonnie Chernin
June 28, 2018

This past week was a victory for free speech within the pro-life movement. There was the U.S. Supreme Court decision, National Institute of Family and Life . . .


Death is not best: Why state-sponsored killing of children like Alfie Evans will rise
Bonnie Chernin
May 3, 2018

The Alfie Evans story in Britain became international news and struck a raw nerve just like Charlie Gard, who was killed one year ago in a different hospital, . . .


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