Pro-Life Generation News

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15 Oct 2020

Pro-Life Chalk Messages Destroyed by University of New Mexico STAFF!

Jessica Nardi | October 15, 2020
  SFLA’s sidewalk chalk messaging was destroyed by staff members at the University of New Mexico (UNM) on October 8. A Facebook video shows the staff members pouring buckets of water on the chalk before sweeping it away.  https://www.facebook.com/79125112926/videos/783343189119393/ The students chalked life-affirming messages such as “UNM deserves better than Abortion” and “You don’t need Abortion. UNM SFL can Help”
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15 Oct 2020

Students for Life Supports Another Woman in Choosing Life!

Brenna Lewis | October 15, 2020
  The Students for Life Team has continued to reach abortion-minded women seeking help online throughout the unprecedented pandemic times we have been facing the past 8 months (and counting). While the pressures women experience normally when faced with an unplanned pregnancy are extreme, there is no doubt the pressures are more significant in a time of isolation and fear
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13 Oct 2020

Michigan Senator is First Ever to Share Personal Abortion Story

Brenna Lewis | October 13, 2020
  Senator Gary Peters, a Democrat in Michigan, this week became the first sitting senator to publicly share an abortion experience. What he shared with Elle magazine is intense, personal, and the type of abortion story that throws the convictions of some pro-life advocates for a loop (though it shouldn’t – read on). In his interview, Peters describes how his
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13 Oct 2020

Ben Sasse Says the Amy Coney Barrett Hearings ‘Would Be Really Confusing to Eighth Graders’

Brenna Lewis | October 13, 2020
On a particularly memorable statement during the first day of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing, Senator Ben Sasse acknowledged what the hearings had become, a confusion about the role of government. “A huge part of what we are doing here in this hearing,” Sasse noted during his time, “would be really confusing to eighth graders, civic classes across the
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12 Oct 2020

Senator Cory Booker Easily Wins Award for Most Hysterical Fear-Mongering on Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | October 12, 2020
  Judge Amy Coney Barrett has not even been confirmed to the Supreme Court, yet Democrats are already in hysterics over the fate of the Roe v. Wade. Perhaps the most absurd warnings came from Senator Cory Booker. He used his time to explain how “people are scared right now… because they know what a future without the protections of Roe
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12 Oct 2020

Democrats Don’t Know What “Court Packing” Means

Brenna Lewis | October 12, 2020
  Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have engaged in quite the show of mental gymnastics with their non-answers on the integral question about if they will pack the Supreme Court by adding more members to the Court than the typical nine. The new talking point is even more bizarre, with Biden and other Democrats claiming that it’s Republicans who are
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09 Oct 2020

No, President Trump’s Covid-19 Treatment Did Not Come from an Aborted Fetus

Brenna Lewis | October 9, 2020
  When the media sees the opportunity to rant against Trump and pro-lifers when they can claim President Donald Trump’s Covid-19 Treatment came from aborted fetal cells, they go with it. The Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) breaks it down with a statement from David Prentice, Ph.D. and Tara Sander Lee, Ph.D. The answer is “straightforward,” according to the statement, with
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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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