The Deeply Illogical Rhetoric of the Pro-Choice Movement

By R.J. McVeigh, Director of Apologetics, Students for Life of America In response to numerous articles written by abortion advocates, especially ones originally published in the LA Times and The Week, something must be said about their damaging rhetoric. (Look here for a direct response to the attack in Colorado Springs.) The rhetoric of abortion…

In Response to the Colorado Shooting

We do not know the details of the situation in Colorado. One thing is for certain: We at Students for Life of America condemn violence of any kind against Planned Parenthood, abortionists, or any abortion industry workers. The pro-life position advocates peace and dialogue with those of opposing viewpoints, never violence. People using violence to…

Intolerance at Tulane

By Cisco Gonzales, student at Louisiana State University and a 2015 Wilberforce fellow. He writes about his experience with the Planned Parenthood Project at Tulane University. Intolerance: Unwillingness to accept views, beliefs, or behavior that differ from one’s own. The word intolerance cannot even be used to describe the students that we encountered at Tulane University…

We Took Our #WomenBetrayed Message to Times Square!

Students for Life of America is making sure that Planned Parenthood’s clients and would-be clients get the message loud and clear that they are being betrayed by the nation’s largest abortion provider. SFLA took that message to one of the most prominent places in the entire world to run an ad: Times Square. This past week, more…

Hulu banned our commercial!

Online TV giant Hulu denied two 15-second public service announcement-type commercials that directs pregnant women to a government website instead of scandal-ridden Planned Parenthood. In explaining their rejection of the ads, a Hulu account executive said “Unfortunately we can’t accept ads that surround issues like this.  We’ve run it past our ad standards team and…

Now Hiring: Northern and Rocky Mountain Regional Coordinators

Summary: SFLA Regional Coordinators develop and improve the effectiveness of SFLA by working with pro-life campus groups, and encouraging student participation in the pro-life movement. A Regional Coordinator’s work includes, but is not limited to, the development of new campus groups, improvement of existing groups, capturing of pro-life student contacts, and efforts to encourage member…

So…what do you guys actually DO?

By R.J. McVeigh, Great Lakes Regional Director, and Reagan Nielsen, Midwest Regional Coordinator So you’re standing there in your Student Union, doing some Students for Life tabling, getting your activism on.  Everything is going great, when an interested student stops to talk and asks, “So, what does your group do?”  Easy question, right?  You open…