2014 presents a great opportunity for the pro-life movement. After years of Senate control in the hands of Democrats under the leadership of pro-abortion Senator Harry Reid (D-Nv.), there is a real shot at regaining control. At the helm of this effort is Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky).
Obamacare is moving poll numbers against Democrats and even some of the law’s supporters are beginning to fear the effect it may have on the 2014 midterm elections. However, not all are willing to publicly acknowledge the reality.
In the race to replace the late Congressman Bill Young (R) in Florida’s 13th Congressional district, there was a clear contrast between the candidates on abortion and Obamacare.
As a result of a ruling in 2000 by the TN Supreme Court, Tennessee now boasts a broader right to abortion than that recognized by Roe v. Wade.
In the race to replace the late Congressman Bill Young (R) in Florida’s 13th Congressional district, there is a clear contrast between the candidates on abortion and Obamacare.
In just a few months, a group of young pro-life leaders will meet in Washington, D.C. for an unforgettable summer that will equip them with the knowledge and skills to lead the pro-life movement into the future.
Following President Obama’s State of the Union address, there was the Republican response by pro-life Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers. Several other lawmakers gave their rebuttals on YouTube, news shows and other forums. But there was one address you may have missed: “The State of the Uterus,” brought to us by abortion advocates with a group called Lady Parts Justice.
Remember the YouTube video of Rion Holcombe, the remarkable young man with Down syndrome who melted our hearts when he received his acceptance letter from Clemson University?