The pro-life movement has too much bark and no bite, too much signal and too little virtue. It takes participation in a march as more significant than legal victories ending abortion.
No amount of denial from pro-choicers can change the fact that many post-abortive mothers carry the grief of a severed parent-child bond with them.
The Covington Catholic boys may not have behaved with perfect decorum. But they’re teenagers. The adults here, on the other hand, should be completely ashamed of themselves.
Every year hundreds of thousands of people gather in Washington D.C. on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade to march for the unborn.
The court ruling refutes Planned Parenthood’s own talking points about how the CMP videos were “highly edited.”
In a triumph of helicopter parenting, the ‘student-led’ March for Our Lives protest turns out to have been mostly organized and paid for by adult activists.
If you ban all abortion, then nobody is legally killed by abortion. If you ban all guns, it doesn’t mean no one is legally killed by guns (since that has never been legal).
Ethics professor Charles Camosy joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the future of the pro-life movement and the politicization of abortion.
The event is the largest annual human rights demonstration in the history of the world, and brings in pro-life marchers from across the United States.
It wasn’t like this last time. I learned I was pregnant with my son at 19 after taking the test in the basement bathroom of a college dorm, knowing my life would be upended.
For me, the highlight of the March for Life is always the ordinary Americans who fill the streets, and the stories they have to tell.
Thousands of pro-lifers descended upon Washington DC Friday afternoon for the 45th annual March For Life. We went to check it out. Here are some of the things we saw.
These moms rejected abortion, chose life in an unexpected pregnancy, and stood with President Trump during his address to the March for Life.
‘Are all men created equal, or are some more equal than others?’
Championing the pro-life cause requires more than marching on Washington. It’s going to require a long-term investment in grassroots, communal outreach.
Don’t just organize marches and rallies. We need to stop expecting Washington to solve our problems, and effect change ourselves.
The ideas of the pro-life movement are much richer and more interesting than many commentators would have you believe.
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