“As a society, we cannot afford the attitude that everyone should decide for themselves when a human being is a human being and then kill anyone not fitting the definition,” stated 13-year-old Olivia Malham during the recent Tennessee Right to Life Pro-Life Oratory Contest for High School Students. This 14th annual event, one of the …Continue reading "Robertson County Freshman Wins Pro-Life Speech Contest: Knox County Teen will represent Tennessee at national contest at National Right to Life Convention"
Supporters of Tennessee’s leading pro-life organization gathered Saturday in Nashville for the annual Rally for Life. The event takes on even greater significance this year considering the Obama administration’s high profile support for abortion rights and Tuesday’s 40th anniversary of the 1973 decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court which legalized abortion for any reason through …Continue reading "Tennessee Right to Life holds annual Rally for Life in Nashville"
Right to Life Commits to Growing Outreach Within State’s Urban Communities Despite deep disappointment in the re-election of pro-abortion President Obama, pro-life Tennesseans have much for which to be grateful in state election returns. The pro-life majority increased in the 33 member state Senate to include 25 pro-life senators and 4 mixed-record senators who lean …Continue reading "Historic Pro-Life Super Majorities Maintained in Tennessee House, Senate and Congressional Delegation"
When the Tennessee General Assembly adjourns later this week, it will close what has been a truly historic legislative session for the pro-life cause. On Monday evening and Tuesday afternoon, pro-life state Senator Mae Beavers (R-Mt. Juliet) successfully passed two priorities for Right to Life supporters: the requirement that abortion providers have admitting privileges …Continue reading "Landmark Session for Pro-Life Tennesseans"
Editor’s note. The following was sent out today by Tennessee Right to Life, National Right to Life’s state affiliate. While police continue searching for their killer, the recent murders of Brittany Caroline Eldridge and her unborn child could be the first cases prosecuted under Tennessee’s recently expanded Unborn Victims of Violence Act. As passed in …Continue reading "Tragic Deaths May be First Cases Prosecuted Under Tennessee’s recently expanded Unborn Victims of Violence Act"
Shelby County Commission Becomes Last to Direct Family Planning Funds Away From Abortion Provider-Promoter After forty years of preferential treatment by many political and public health leaders in Tennessee and an ironclad monopoly on the tens of millions of tax dollars earmarked for “family planning” programs in Memphis and Nashville, the abortion giant has finally …Continue reading "Planned Parenthood Loses Stranglehold, Funding in 95 of 95 Tennessee Counties"
“Simply being pro-life doesn’t save babies. Acting pro-life does!” This admonition was given by Melissa Temple at Tennessee Right to Life’s 12th annual Pro-Life Oratory Contest on Saturday, April 30, at Aquinas College in Nashville. Local chapters helped Tennessee to develop the nation’s largest pro-life speech contest with over 115 public, private, and home-schooled students …Continue reading "Tennessee Right to Life’s Pro-Life Oratory Contest Among Nation’s Largest"