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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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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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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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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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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Just how far will pro-abortionists go? A look back at the battle in Texas

By Dave Andrusko I know via email, IMs, and tweets that countless pro-lifers followed the dramatic vote last Friday in the Texas Senate that secured a victory for unborn children and their mothers. Through the incredible debate, which took place in spite of pro-abortion attempts to sink HB 2 in chaos, National Right to Life …

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Great Response to “Pay it Forward”

By Dave Andrusko Thanks to everyone who responded with such enthusiasm to “Pay it Forward”  For those who may have missed this story which ran yesterday, it was an encouragement to more fully utilize social media in the defense of unborn children with a link to another story that explained how to exploit the potential …

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Tools for Pro-Life Voters: Look (and share)

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Millions of voters across the United States are planning to vote in the next thirteen days.  In the thirty-three states with early voting, in some cases nearly 75 percent of voters will vote ahead of the November 6 general election.  That means the time  to act …

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FACEBOOK had sizeable impact on voting in 2010, new study concludes

By Dave Andrusko A study released today in the journal “Nature” concludes that “Facebook’s efforts to encourage users to vote drove more than 300,000 voters across the U.S. to the polls in November 2010,” according to POLITICO’s Steve Friess summarizes. The key was the influence people had not just on friends when they told them …

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What just a few “clicks” can do to spread the pro-life word

          By Dave Andrusko By definition if you reading National Right to Life News Today you are computer literate and very likely to be an avid user of social media. There are lots of “social media,” but for our purposes here I mean Facebook and Twitter. I just want to reemphasize …

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