Medical Students for Life (MedSFL) is pleased to announce our send annual MedSFL Summer Fellowship participants and activities. The 2013 Summer Fellows were carefully selected through a competitive process with applications submitted from across the nation. Each med extern will participate in a five week training by some of America’s leading bioethicists, clinicians, researchers, health economists, and legal experts.
A run-down of the most obscene and outrageous pro-abortion signs Students for Life of America saw at the Texas State Capitol in Austin during the debate over HB2/SB1.
When the Texas State Senate passed HB2 on Friday night, banning abortions after 20 weeks (when pre-born children have been scientifically proven to feel pain) and instituting regulations on abortion facilities that will bring them up to par with other surgical centers across the state, the scene outside the Senate chamber was chaotic. Abortion rights activists had descended upon the state capitol for a protest that became about much more than just one bill. Even Occupy Austin had joined the fray for demonstrations that, as our team witnessed, went far beyond the control of Planned Parenthood and NARAL.
Today Students for Life of America (SFLA) launched the "Students #Stand4Life Bus Tour" to Austin, Texas, for the conclusion of the special session of the Texas legislature.
After her 12+ hour filibuster of SB5 on the floor of the Texas Senate Tuesday night, State Senator Wendy Davis rose to "stardom," being labeled a hero by Planned Parenthood and the political left and given fawning interviews on cable news shows asking when she plans to run for higher office.
Let me give you something real quick to think about:
Our culture has become celebrity-obsessed. Too often, what’s cool is more important than what is right.
When working to educate Americans on what the future of medicine would look like in an Obamacare world, our coalition of concerned parents warned of the effects of rationing and government red-tape for those most vulnerable among us. Now, sadly, even before it's in full implementation next year, we're seeing first-hand the result of this government beaucracy.