It's been a whirlwind of activity since the inauguration, giving hope to pro-life advocates that our persevering prayers to end abortion will soon be answered. Now that a Constitutional champion has been nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court, we consider other key goals.
On January 20, President-elect Donald J. Trump will be inaugurated the 45th President of the United States. Many are scratching their heads wondering, "How did this happen?" Others look to the new administration in hopes of a better tomorrow.
I am saddened at the continued politicizing of the abortion issue. In a decision released Monday by the U.S. Supreme Court, basic standards of healthcare were dismissed and the women of Texas — and America — are the ones who will pay the price.
This election year we have heard political candidates saying, "I don't believe there's any constitutional protection for the unborn" and — in an admission by Hillary Clinton that stunned both sides of the abortion debate — "The unborn person doesn't have constitutional rights."
Evangelicals, Millennials and Snowpocalypse: March for Life Leader on the Pro-Life Movement (Interview)
Whether serving in pregnancy care centers, adoption agencies or other advocacy groups, people involved in the pro-life movement rarely look up from day-to-day work to see the big picture. Once a year, the March for Life provides that opportunity.
Pink ribbons everywhere—we saw it only weeks ago when Breast Cancer Awareness Month concluded. It's an eye-catching symbol, particularly for cancer survivors.
Is abortion something only women can discuss?
There's no escaping the headlines. The Center for Medical Progress has now released six chilling videos detailing Planned Parenthood's practice of harvesting tissue and organs from aborted fetuses for scientific research.