Stories just like Maddi’s – or worse

Abortion is a huge problem in the Christian community. The Guttmacher Institute reveals that 54% of abortion patients identified themselves as Christians (Catholic, Protestant, or evangelical). And a Care Net study from 2015 of 1,038 abortion patients showed that 70% of abortion patients were Christian and 43% were actively attending church at the time of the…

7 Things We Noticed About Planned Parenthood’s Annual Report

Planned Parenthood finally, finally released their 2015-2016 annual report – only four months late! There are a number of interesting facts that taxpayers – their main stakeholders – can glean from it. It also shows why we must defund Planned Parenthood and we must do it now. Can you call your Senator and tell them…

Addressing comments on Maddi Runkles

As Maddi’s story gained huge national traction, everyone seems to have an opinion of her, and consequently of Students for Life of America’s role in promoting her story. We’d like to address three of the most common questions and comments that we have received this week. Why is SFLA highlighting this tiny Christian school? This…

Autumn’s response to Maddi: “I support you 100%”

Students for Life – and our many, many supporters who have emailed Heritage Academy in Maryland in support of Maddi Runkles – aren’t Maddi’s only fans. You can send Maddi a message of support if you like through this link. Teen Autumn Lindsey, whose viral video in response to Teen Vogue’s abortion gift guide went…

VP Pence Gives Great Speech, Snowflakes Miss It

By Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America. Yesterday Vice President Mike Pence, former governor of Indiana and pro-life rock star, gave the commencement speech at the University of Notre Dame, one of the nation’s most prominent Catholic schools of higher education. Before the Vice President’s address, a few graduates publicly declared they were…

Will you send a message to Maddi?

Last week, Planned Parenthood released a brand new propaganda video produced by a famous Hollywood director. In the short film, they depict a young girl who receives a college scholarship but can’t attend because she’s pregnant. Their message to every young person watching was very clear: if you want to stay in school and finish…