The HHS Mandate is one of the most controversial parts of Obamacare. It forces employers, like Students for Life of America, to provide FREE abortion-inducing drugs in their health plans — without any regard to religious or moral objections.
Every year on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, about 650,000 pro-lifers from all over America travel to Washington, DC to be a voice for the voiceless.
So, you’re home for Thanksgiving. Time to catch up with your family and friends and tell them about what you have been up to while at school. Students for Life of America has compiled some tips for how to have that awkward conversation with the folks and some of your pro-abortion relatives about what you do in your Students for Life group and how you have dedicated your life to being an abortion abolitionist.
This may be a post about some of the frustrations of being a pro-life activist, but it no way implies that we regret even a moment of our important work. We love what we do, but, every once in a while, it’s great to have some fun at our own expense.
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Ever feel like you’re the only pro-life student dealing with hardships? Let us tell you - you’re not alone!
A run down of the most obscene and outrageous pro-abortion signs Students for Life of America saw at the Texas State Capitol in Austin during the debate over HB2/SB1.
This week, Ben Sherman, a pro-abortion boy, took to his blog to explain the #brochoice movement. He wrote that if abortion isn’t readily accessible, especially in his state of Texas, men’s sex lives are at stake. We’re exposing #brochoice for what it really means.