By Sarah Terzo An article in The American Feminist talked about how difficult it is for pregnant college students to have their babies because they get so much pressure to abort, and because they are often made to feel they must choose between their babies and their education. The article says: “Student parents on campuses …Continue reading "Despite pro-abortion pressure, college students have their babies and succeed"
By Texas Right to Life College campuses are in many ways the epicenter of the Pro-Life movement. Abortion activists have targeted and infiltrated higher education with a radical anti-Life agenda. There is a growing movement of committed Pro-Life leaders in colleges and universities across the U.S., but the stranglehold of the anti-Life movement and the …Continue reading "Pro-abortion politicians want free abortions for college students on campus"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked over the last ten months. Over the years—going back …Continue reading "Cultural literacy, college freshmen, and the curriculum of faithfulness"
By Andrew Bair Far too often, young people in the pro-life movement are referred to as “future pro-life leaders.” While that statement is undeniably true, it omits the current impact young people are having across the country. Young people are not just the future, we are the present! Young people are stepping up to share …Continue reading "National Right to Life’s Academy ~ 2017"
By Jonathon Van Maren The reporter from the Sheridan College newspaper stopped me as we were making our way out the door. He gestured back at the hallway full of irate protestors with their armloads of fabric and hastily scrawled signs. “You guys know that some people are going to be angry when you come …Continue reading "“Wow. Wow. Is that what happens to the baby during an abortion?”"
By Ryan Scott Bomberger Editor’s note. This appeared Wednesday at The Radiance Foundation. College campuses tend to reflect foreign nations with limited speech rights instead of the land of the free and home of the brave. The exchange of ideas has so many caveats and unspoken disclaimers that it’s easy to forget in a University …Continue reading "Harvard, heritage, and “prochoice” hostility"