By We Need a Law This summer we are running a national billboard campaign that has garnered a lot of attention, both positive and negative. Funded by our grassroots supporters, the goal of our simple billboard message is to take the abortion debate back to the basics. Polls show that the vast majority of Canadians …Continue reading "Canadian pro-life billboard campaign sticks to the basics"
Ottawa, Ontario– In August, pro-life advocacy group “We Need a Law” launched a nationwide billboard campaign with the message “Canada has no abortion laws.” These billboards sparked complaints to Ad Standards, a national self-regulatory body that ensures all ads meet Canadian advertising code standards. This Thursday, September 13th Ad Standards will adjudicate this matter and …Continue reading "Canada’s “Ad Standards” set to rule on “We Need a Law” billboard"
By Fr. Mark Hodges CLEVELAND, Ohio, January 4, 2018 — Ohio’s largest abortion business wants to improve its product image without showing its product. “Abortion Positive” billboards are going up all over Cleveland, the home of abortuary Preterm. The lucrative business is launching a media campaign to portray aborting a baby as a beneficial thing …Continue reading "Billboard campaign spins abortion as a ‘good parenting decision’ and ‘a blessing’"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortionists are notoriously bad winners–see any of the dismissive comments they make when a federal judge strikes down legislation enacted by the people’s representatives–but are even worse losers. The following is one of those stories that could only happen because the anti-life crowd is also virulently anti-free speech. The Northern Ireland pro-life …Continue reading "Bogus complaints about pro-life billboards tossed out"