Reaction to Supreme Court Obamacare Decision

  We are extremely saddened by the profoundly wrong decision of the Supreme Court on the new health care law, and disappointed that they have endorsed the government’s unconstitutional ability to force all Americans to not only purchase a product they may or may not want but subsidize abortions. The decision today is truly this generation’s Roe…

Critical Alert: We need signs!

Dear Supporters, The other day I wrote you from the steps of the Supreme Court as myself and the rest of our team and missionaries stood ready to react to what we hoped would be the Supreme Court’s decision on the constitutionality of Obamacare. However, as you know by now, the decision was not announced…

“Maps” is a Weird Word

    By: Chris Buerke, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life Everywhere that you see blue or green on the map above, abortion is legal and on-demand, with little to no restraint. The remainder of the colors—excluding black, which indicates varying laws—correspond to the countries that hold abortion to be illegal except…

On Being Told I Don’t Support Women

By: Catherine Phillips, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life Prolife-prochoice discussion is all about the language. Those against abortion are called “anti-choice,” by those who support it, and they call abortion supporters “anti-life” or “pro-abortion” instead of “pro-choice.” I choose to respect what each side wants to be called, generally “pro-life,” and…

Taking down Planned Parenthood from “the inside”

By: Lindsey Frechou, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life You know, I was excited when the New Orleans Saints won the Superbowl. Ok, who am I kidding? I was really excited. Everyone was. People’s Sunday best included khakis and a Drew Brees jersey, impromptu parades were held and school bells were no…

Be a Man!

By: Chris Buerke, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life        Contrary to those who believe that being a pro-life guy is the easiest thing ever, considering the fact that we don’t have to carry babies inside of us for nine months, I find that being a man in the pro-life movement is…

Force, Coercion, and Choice: Abortion in the US and China

By: Anne Morse, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life Yesterday, a graphic press release and image told the shocking story of forced abortions at seven months. Reggie Littlejohn, president and founder of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, spoke on ending forced abortions, “it does not matter whether you are pro-choice or pro-life on…

A summer perspective on the March for Life

By: Leslie Bosslet. Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life Media, where do you go every year in the 20’s of January? What portal do you slip through? Is there a really fun yearly journalism conference conveniently located far away from Washington, D.C. on the anniversary of Roe verses Wade? Much like most…

Pushing on Ahead

Two weeks down, seven more lay ahead. Now that I have adjusted to working here in the Students for Life office, I now have a level of comfort and a clearer sense of mission in what I’ll be accomplishing here. Beyond simply finishing tasks like putting together emails or editing together videos, I am constantly…