How To Defend Your Local PRC

The tide has turned, and the pro-life movement has gained incredible momentum over the past few years. With each local victory, national exposure of Planned Parenthood, and student group success, we are emboldening more Pro-Life Generation student leaders to rise up. And yet, with all these victories, we run into new challenges. Pro-choice advocates are…

Help and Hope After Irma

There seems to be no end to the natural disasters of the past month. With the damage of Hurricane Harvey still taking its toll, Hurricane Irma has now entered the scene, and our friends in the South are facing yet another round of devastation. As we continue to pray and support the people affected by…

It’s a Pro-Life Kickoff Weekend!

On Thursday, September 7, the New England Patriots will take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the opening night of the 2017 NFL season. In honor of that, we’ve compiled a list of pro-life NFL players; not only do they play a tough sport, they stand up for life! Ben Watson Watson plays tight end…

Pro-Life Chalkings Targeted

Recently, the Students for Life group at University of Idaho saw its pro-life chalking vandalized on Friday, August 25. The group chalked pro-life messages on Thursday, August 24, including “Pro-Woman, Pro-Life”, “Abortion hurts women”, and the names of pro-life feminists, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Mary Wollstonecraft. The chalking was at the Commons Plaza on campus; the…

Where You Are, We Will Go

Planned Parenthood is doubling-down, using the Trump Presidency to fundraise, training more volunteers, and inserting itself into other political issues, in order to push one message: Planned Parenthood is here to help you with all your needs you could ever have. But, people are not going to fall for it. Students for Life of America…

READING HIGH SCHOOL VICTORY!

After months of heated debate, the board members of Reading School District struck down the proposed “Health Resource Center” last night in a close 5-4 vote. In theory, supporting a Health Resource Center sounds like a worthy cause, especially in a low-income area like inner-city Reading.  Unfortunately, the organization recommended to facilitate the program would be…