The #WomenBetrayed National Day of Student Action has had its first vandalism case. This one is at American University in Washington, DC, where flyers AU Justice League - Ripping Down Fliers (2)exposing Planned Parenthood were posted around campus late last night and then subsequently torn down and mocked on social media by the liberals on campus (tolerance? yeah right).
I cringed as I read what Donald Trump said in the media this week.
The undercover videos released this week that showed Planned Parenthood’s top abortionist, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, casually discussing the how she fills the orders for the body parts of aborted babies for the day, were shocking. They were horrific.
If a woman is seeking to have an abortion in the state of Missouri, it is required that she be given medical information on abortion, how the fetus can feel pain by 22 weeks and wait 72 hours before having the abortion.
While Cecile Richards and her pro-choice allies in the abortion industry may be gleefully reading over the Gallup poll released on Friday on abortion views in this country, once they dig a little deeper, it’s obvious that they should hold off on opening the champagne bottles.
While this semester has seen three different schools and districts receive legal demand letters for refusing to acknowledge the free speech rights of high school students, sometimes problems can be overcome without resorting to demand letters.
Amy Dockter-Rozar, Principal of West Career and Technical Academy, and the Clark County School District have received a demand letter from the Thomas More Society, on behalf of sophomore Angelique Clark and Students for Life of America. The letter charges that school administrators have unconstitutionally discriminated against Angelique by denying her the right to form a Students for Life club at West Career and Technical Academy.
As I prepare this week to be a mother for the fourth time and give birth to my long-awaited first little girl, Gracie, it pains me that there is a dark cloud hanging above her pending delivery.
While I know you can't be with us right now as we are rushing around from campus to campus hosting events and training leaders before the school year comes to an end, I want to give you an inside glimpse of just how important Students for Life groups are.