Save lives on Thursday, February 6, 2014! What activity requires almost no money and minimal time commitment yet saves lives and impacts a whole school campus?
This week, our nation will commemorate not only 41 years of legal abortion in our land but also the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act. With this historic moment in mind, choosing the theme of yesterday's 2,500 person Students for Life of America National Conference was easy. We selected, "Be the Revolution."
Every year on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, about 650,000 pro-lifers from all over America travel to Washington, DC to be a voice for the voiceless.
The abortion industry had a hard time in 2013, especially Planned Parenthood.
The New Year is a time of reflection and resolution. So many people get out their pens and paper, well maybe iPads and iPhones, and begin to reflect on the past year and how they can move forward for the better in the calendar year to come. But, some things are better left forgotten. This year, Planned Parenthood has a few things that they might not want to be so reflective about.
Americans are in favor of common sense restrictions on the morning after pill, found an NPR poll, which only reinforces the undercover video work Students for Life of America released last month, showing a minor girl being able to purchase Plan B and not Sudafed as well as revealing how simple it is for an adult male, who is having relations with a minor, to cover up his crime by buying the drug.
Abortion mills, supposedly advocating “choice,” have failed for forty years to inform women of all of their choices when it comes to pregnancy. Abortion facilities advocate abortion choice because, well, it’s their main source of revenue.
There is going to be a lot of things written today and in the coming few days about what happened down in Albuquerque (ABQ) last night. As a political junkie, I have my own opinions on the strategy and tactic side of things.
Last night, Students for Life of America (SFLA) received disturbing video footage showing an employee, Sarah Crawford, of the taxpayer-funded University of New Mexico lobbying students to vote against the Albuquerque Late Term Abortion Ban happening this Tuesday, November 19th.