Rising above a culture of convenience

By: Leslie Bosslet, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life Have you ever had a lengthy, in-depth conversation with a philosophy major? If so, you’ll understand what I mean when I say that they make you think. They ask you to define words you do not normally have to define, such as “freedom”…

Looking Ahead: The End of Abortion in the U.S.

By: Catherine Phillips, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life “Okay, so maybe abortion is wrong, but we’re never going to be able to end it. There are 3,200 abortions happening every day in the United States, how would our country even be able to take care of all those extra unwanted children?…

Props to Margaret Sanger

By: Chris Buerke, Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life In an article written in 1920 by everyone’s favorite person, Margaret Sanger, it was stated: “While there are cases where even the law recognizes an abortion as justifiable if recommended by a physician, I assert that the hundreds of thousands of abortions performed…

You’re Invited!

                It’s been a significant few weeks for Students for Life and for the entire pro-life movement. We are, of course, all still digesting the Supreme Court’s healthcare decision last week.  Already, we know there will be major implications heading into the fall.                However, before the Supreme Court decision…

Channeling Frustration Into Energy

By: Leslie Bosslet. Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life With the result of the Supreme Court’s decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare revealed to all last Thursday, needless to say it’s been a rough week for conservatives and pro-lifers alike. Not only will the PPACA provide federal assistance to pay for abortions,…

No Rest for the Abolitionist

By: Shara Guengerich, Students for Life’s 2012 Missionary for Life This has been an incredibly busy and historic week for us in the SFLA office. Leading up to the Obamacare decision was, of course, a busy time of preparation, but the day itself was even more of a whirlwind experience. Thankfully, I was prepared. As…

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…