In Honor of Mike Schwartz

Many things have been said about the passing of Mike Schwartz, a dear friend to many in the pro-life movement. In the past few days I’ve read numerous tributes memorializing his wisdom, humility, grace, and perseverance. Yet, there is one description of Mike that has been missing: leader. John Maxwell has often written that the…

We Came. We Froze. We Marched.

By Phil Eddy, Northeast Regional Coordinator On Friday, January 25th, the SFLA team took part in the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Despite a decidedly un-fun election season for pro-life activists of all political stripes, and the pundit class calling our movement dead, we stepped up and showed up to make our voices…

March Event-in-a-Box: Gendercide

Where are our girls? Doesn’t this seem a strange question to ask? “Where are our girls?” We look around and see “our girls” everywhere. Look left. Look right. There is seemingly many a female in sight. Nevertheless, what many of us are unintentionally overlooking is a growing tragedy in the United States and around the world. SEX-SELECTIVE…

HHS accommodation: Choose between God and Mammon

By Shauna Segadeli, Law Student On Friday the Department of Health and Human Services announced an amendment to its rules concerning the religious exemption for employers requiring the provision of health insurance that covers contraception, abortion-inducing drugs, and sterilization. Last February, HHS established a one-year “safe harbor” for certain nonprofit organizations that have religious objections…

And Then There Were Four….

In 2002, President George Bush signed the “Born Alive Infants Protection Act” to put an end to the barbaric practice of late term abortion. While this was the first real foothold achieved by pro-life advocates since abortion became legal, the practice still continues with four doctors who work their way around the law by killing…