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08 Oct 2020

Planned Parenthood is the Imposter!

Caroline Wharton | October 8, 2020
  Among Us is a popular online game right now that involves deduction to discover which players are legitimate and which are “imposters.” The imposter players are dangerous and gradually kill off innocent players until they are identified. A catchphrase of the game is, “[Player] is sus,” meaning ‘suspicious.’ In September 2020, the game received more than 100 million downloads.
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08 Oct 2020

So, What Did We Learn from the Vice Presidential Debate?

Brenna Lewis | October 8, 2020
  Last night was the first Vice Presidential debate between Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence. For anyone who was able to ignore the attention-hungry fly that took up residence on Pence’s head for a few minutes, they actually enjoyed a fairly civil and productive conversation between these very different politicians. There was still moderator bias from Susan Page
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07 Oct 2020

Twitter Censors Picture of Smiling Three-Year-Old with Down Syndrome

Brenna Lewis | October 7, 2020
  The month of October is a time to recognize the value, dignity, and worth of those living with Down Syndrome in our country.  Each year, President Donald Trump issues a “Presidential Message on National Down Syndrome Awareness Month” on October 1. This year was no different.  While Trump said that “it is incumbent upon us as a Nation, to
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07 Oct 2020

Media Fibs about Biden-Harris Abortion Positions

Brenna Lewis | October 7, 2020
  Fresh out of Walter Reed, Trump used his Twitter on Tuesday morning to focus on the abortion issue.  Reactions were swift and predictable, but the president has a point. Trump referenced Joe Biden’s NBC town hall performance, including when Biden answered a question about “protecting women’s reproductive rights in the U.S.” He addressed the possibility of, if on the
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07 Oct 2020

Pro-life Students and Teachers Harassed in Three Separate Events 

Jessica Nardi | October 7, 2020
  Across the country, pro-life student activists are organizing for Respect Life month, and these shows of peaceful solidarity have been met with intense backlash. In the past week, students were harassed in-person and online to such a degree that US Senator Marco Rubio came to their defense on Twitter.   Pro-Abortion Protestors Crash Peaceful Pro-Life Events On October 4,
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06 Oct 2020

Announcing: 2020-2021 FREE Pro-Life Apologetics Webinars

Mary Briganti | October 6, 2020
  Register now!  With so much uncertainty surrounding this next school year, there is one thing we know you will need: apologetics! You’re invited again this year to two FREE Apologetics Webinars each semester, each with a different pro-life apologist! After registering for the events, you will receive reminder and follow-up emails and even be able to participate in interactive Q&A sessions!  It is so easy to
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05 Oct 2020

Abortion Supporters Protest Pro-Lifers During Their Lunch Break

Brenna Lewis | October 5, 2020
  This past weekend at the Prayer March and SCOTUS Nomination announcement in Washington D.C., Liberty Students were eating pizza in between events and protested by a small group of high schoolers with homemade signs that said, “My body, my choice”. Four pro-life students began a conversation with them, and almost immediately they could sense their frustration and miseducation. “You
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02 Oct 2020

Pope Francis Is Against Any And All Abortions

Jessica Nardi | October 2, 2020
Pope Francis is a skilled diplomat. And he knows he’s got a problem in the Church — that there are many Catholics who don’t understand the Church’s teachings on abortion. He also understands that if you come out too strongly on this to a group of people who care more about popular culture than their faith, you risk alienating quite
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02 Oct 2020

About those Supreme Court Nominations… Who’s Right?

Brenna Lewis | October 2, 2020
  The first question of the first presidential debate—quite the contentious one—had to do with the hot topic on everyone’s mind: the Supreme Court. Moderator Chris Wallace asked, “Why are you right in the argument you make and your opponent wrong?” Considering Trump’s case is a matter of following a Constitutional duty on judicial nominees, it’s hard to argue with
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02 Oct 2020

Getting Punched at the Supreme Court is Likely Just the Beginning

Brenna Lewis | October 2, 2020
  While countering a pro-abortion rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Sunday, SFLAction team member Autumn Schimmer was punched in the face. Autumn, while peacefully making her support for Judge Amy Coney Barrett heard. The incident took place at a rally organized by Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America. At one point, a pro-choice woman wanted to speak with
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