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The Meaning of (Pro) Life

The Meaning of (Pro) Life

March 27, 2014 at 9:20 am 1 comment

by Jeremy Kee: The Pro-Life movement is developing a rift within its ranks as to what the term “Pro-life” truly means. With the annual March for Life having recently occurred, there is no better time for considered reflection on this issue. From the outset “Pro-life” has represented those who fight […]

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Success Despite the Odds:

Success Despite the Odds:

January 30, 2014 at 8:30 am 0 comments

An Assessment of the Pro-Life Movement During the Obama Years by Steven H. Aden, Esq.: Last week on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., hundreds of thousands of marchers soldiered together in near-zero wind chill temperatures to send an annual message of silent witness to the President, the Congress and […]

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Cuomo’s Banishment of Pro-lifers Shows Abortion Is on Its Deathbed

Cuomo’s Banishment of Pro-lifers Shows Abortion Is on Its Deathbed

January 22, 2014 at 9:30 am 2 comments

by Casey Mattox: In Governor Cuomo’s defense, he isn’t the first pro-abortion leader to throw up his hands in frustration at the advance of the pro-life cause and simply wish we’d go away. The pro-life movement, much to the consternation of abortion supporters, is thriving. It is getting younger and […]

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Changing Public Opinion on Abortion

Changing Public Opinion on Abortion

January 6, 2014 at 7:15 am 0 comments

by Stephanie Gray: In the first 2 minutes of TED Talk “The Antidote to Apathy,” Dave Meslin masterfully points out that we often mistakenly conclude that those who don’t respond to our messages are apathetic.  In reality, what appears as a problem of indifference can actually be a problem of packaging.  […]

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Pro-Life Movement Values Women Beyond the Womb

Pro-Life Movement Values Women Beyond the Womb

December 10, 2013 at 10:00 am 2 comments

by Joshua Carlson: Pro-abortion advocates often accuse pro-lifers of not caring about the mother once the baby is born.  While the reasoning behind this argument varies, abortion advocates usually use it as a means to discredit the pro-life movement by insinuating that they are heartless towards a woman’s struggles and […]

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Pro-Life Without God

Pro-Life Without God

May 1, 2013 at 8:30 am 66 comments

by Kelsey Hazzard As the president of Secular Pro-Life, I have been asked to present the non-religious case against abortion.  But actually, you’ve probably heard it already.  Many people who hear the secular arguments against abortion simply fail to recognize them as secular, because they expect pro-life apologetics to have […]

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40 Days for Life Kicks Off in the United Kingdom

40 Days for Life Kicks Off in the United Kingdom

February 13, 2013 at 4:00 am 0 comments

by Robert Colquhoun This Lent, 10 locations in the United Kingdom will be participating in the 40 days for life campaign, a locally organised community initiative encouraging Christians to pray and fast for an end to abortion. The campaign is conducted in unity with 261 cities around the world, including […]

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Students for Life in Britain

Students for Life in Britain

February 11, 2013 at 4:00 am 0 comments

by Peter Smith In mid-January, the ballroom of a glitzy hotel in central London was taken over by young men and women in black tie and evening gowns. The Alliance of Pro-Life Students (APS) was christened in front of an audience of several hundred students, well-wishers and older hands belonging […]

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Complacency is Not an Option for the Pro-Life Movement

Complacency is Not an Option for the Pro-Life Movement

February 7, 2013 at 9:30 am 0 comments

by Marie Connelly This year marks the 40th anniversary of abortion’s insertion into the United States Constitution.  Time Magazine recently published an article lamenting the failure of the pro-choice movement during the years since Roe v. Wade’s passage, while noting the corresponding achievements of pro-lifers.  Although this uncharacteristic honesty may […]

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Republicans Shouldn’t Abandon the Pro-Life Movement

Republicans Shouldn’t Abandon the Pro-Life Movement

November 29, 2012 at 9:00 am 2 comments

by Kathleen Hunker  Republicans need not compromise their principles on abortion to win national elections. Ever since election night, a large crowd of political pundits have charitably contributed their two-cents on why the Republican Party lost and, more importantly, how it needs to change going forward. While the advice has […]

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