Pro-abortionist laments that pro-lifers are “killing it on Twitter”

By Dave Andrusko National Right to Life has a burgeoning presence on social media—pretty much on the whole spectrum. As is the case both with individuals and organizations, NRLC’s largest “footprint” is on Facebook and Twitter. Indeed, literally as I began writing this post, NRLC sent out a tweet that read, “Vermont Gov. Phil Scott …

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Caught in Social Media Bias

By Nancy Valko I have been hearing about Facebook blocking or restricting “conservative” content on the internet. Recently, there was a National Right to Life News story about a Republican judge from my state of Missouri who could not “boost” (pay for reaching a wider audience) a pro-life video of his nephew overcoming a life-threatening birth …

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A world of possibility to promote the pro-life message opened by social media

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Lighting a candle rather than cursing the darkness has taken on a whole new and exciting meaning in the age of social media. Rather than condemn biased news media coverage of a pro-life candidate, you can take to your Facebook page and post a link to an …

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The power of dishonest words to change our capacity for reason and moral action

By Dave Andrusko As we begin the new year, I’d like to revisit a post that was originally stirred into existence by the headline of a piece that ran in the Irish Times. It read, “Words can change our capacity for reason,” and it was written by John Waters who at the time was a …

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How social media is opening a world of possibility to promote the pro-life message

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Lighting a candle rather than cursing the darkness has taken on a whole new and exciting meaning in our current age of social media. Rather than condemn biased news media coverage of a pro-life candidate, you can take to your Facebook page and post a link to …

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Facebook reverses course after first offering absurd reason to reject CPC ad

By Dave Andrusko Ok, I grant you there is no necessary linkage. But… (1) Facebook’s cofounder has pledged to give $20 million “to political groups that support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton,” according to the Washington Post. (2) That, as of May, “Facebook employees as individuals have donated more than $114,000 to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton …

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Social media has opened a world of possibility to promote the pro-life message

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Lighting a candle rather than cursing the darkness has taken on a whole new and exciting meaning in our current age of social media. Rather than condemn biased news media coverage of a pro-life candidate, you can take to your Facebook page and post a link to …

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Network Sunday Talk Shows Refuse to Cover Facebook Censoring Scandal

By Curtis Houck On the first Sunday morning political talk shows since the Facebook trending topics scandal broke, the major network Sunday shows and CNN’s State of the Union (with NBC’s Meet the Press preempted for a Barclay’s Premiere League game) failed to cover or debate this reported suppression of conservative stories by the social …

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Six Tips for Internet Debates about Abortion

  By Micaiah Bilger, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Internet comment debates about abortion quickly can become fruitless and downright immature, but that doesn’t mean that we as pro-lifers should never try to bring the truth to a conversation. Pro-lifers can have good conversations with the other side on the Internet. We just have to …

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Bronx clinic pushes abortion on Facebook: Invite your friends!

  By Lucy LeFever Pink doesn’t make abortion cute. Social media doesn’t make abortion cool. And the abortion industry has yet to catch on. As I casually scrolled through my Facebook newsfeed, envying a friend’s European vacation photos and “liking” a witty status, an advertisement caught my eye. I spend enough time reading about the …

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Pro-Life Advocates to Use Twitter on April 9th to Be a Voice for the Voiceless

  By Andrew Bair, Field Coordinator, National Right to Life Committee I’m sure you’re as outraged as I am about what happened in West Virginia. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act passed the Democrat-controlled legislature by historic bipartisan margins. Yet, Gov. Tomblin, who professes to be pro-life, vetoed the bill when it reached his desk. …

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The promise of online social networking for pro-lifers

  By Jonathan Rogers Editor’s note. We are the eve of the last contribution to our year-long “Roe at 40” series in which we have brought you some of the best and certainly most representative stories that have appeared in National Right to Life News going all the way back to 1973. This story is …

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