Category Archives: Pro-Lifers

These viral videos are using satire to destroy abortion activists’ strongest arguments

By Jonathon Van Maren October 18, 2018 – It is rare that a new pro-life organization emerges that does something utterly unique, but that is precisely what Laura Klassen and Choice42 have done. In the past several

A visit to National Right to Life shows English students how the American pro-life movement works to save babies and the medically vulnerable

NRLC was host to a group of students from England this week. Thirty-five students and the teachers from St. Benedict’s School in London spent an enthusiastic morning filled with questions and answers about how NRLC participates in

Peter Flores sworn in as first-ever Pro-Life Republican state senator for Texas District 19

By Texas Right to Life Texas Right to Life celebrated Honorable Peter Flores’ swearing in for Senate District 19. His election victory and service in public office mark several historic firsts: Flores is the first ever Pro-Life

“….And Then We Win”

By Jor-El Godsey It was Gandhi, well-acquainted with challenging cultural norms, whose philosophy is often summarized as the following: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” Protests Proliferate

Continuing to write about abortion to make it much less likely there is ever another Kermit Gosnell

By Dave Andrusko Christine Flowers is a prodigious poster on Facebook, an attorney, and a pro-lifer of formidable passion and intellect. I love reading her columns that appear in the Delaware County Daily Times, whatever the topic.

NRLC salutes Ambassador Nikki Haley: Unwaveringly pro-life

By Rai Rojas I have felt the privilege, the honor and the heartbreak of being a representative for the cause of life on behalf of National Right to Life at the United Nations since 1993. In that

“I want to be around when the nation’s abortion rate falls to zero”

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It really escaped my notice until a dear friend sent me a message via LinkedIn, congratulating me on my work anniversary. I had been so busy working, I

By putting ourselves in someone else’s shoes, the Golden Rule reorients our moral thinking

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Why should we care about the fate of unborn children who are at risk of death through abortion? Why do they matter? Many people don’t care. After

Verona, Italy: City of Love declares itself pro-life

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Life Verona has long been immortalized as the city of love. Now, it could be known as the city of life, after councillors passed a motion declaring the North Italian

The vice presidential debate and abortion

By Dave Andrusko Two years ago today, I wrote the following post which I put together the day after the vice presidential debate between pro-life Mike Pence and pro-abortion Tim Kaine. I do believe we need to

Catholic Church’s Respect Life Sunday is October 7

Respect Life theme is “Every Life: Cherished, Chosen, Sent” By Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Chairman, USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from Cardinal Dolan’s inspiring remarks about 2018 Respect Life Month. My

Can you be a feminist and pro-life? Why not, if feminism is about justice and equality.

By Francis Phillips Fiorella Nash, a British writer and bioethicist who has spent over ten years researching pro-life and pro-woman issues from a feminist perspective, has written a hard-hitting book which should be read by every woman