Don’t be fooled by the media’s fawning coverage of this Saturday’s Women’s March. The national co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington made it quite clear in an interview this weekend that this event is not based on some altruistic desire to advance the rights of all women. Instead, this March is all about preserving government funding for their idea of “reproductive healthcare.”
In a gripping account of heartbreak and triumph, reality TV star Jennifer Snowden reveals what she went through last year when her unborn baby was diagnosed with a rare brain condition from which doctors said he could never recover.
Organizers of the Women’s March, scheduled to take place in Washington DC on January 21, have issued a statement making it clear that pro-life organizations will not be welcome at the March.
The mainstream media will be all over this Saturday’s “Women’s March” which is expected to bring thousands of women to Washington DC who intend to tell the new Trump Administration what women really want – but they don’t speak for me and here’s what I intend to do about it.
Even if you can’t make the March for Life in Washington DC on January 27, you can still get involved in this time dedicated to publicly defending life by joining in a nine-day digital novena for Life hosted by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Organizers for the 44th annual March for Life are thrilled to announce that Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president and the first woman to lead a winning presidential campaign – who happens to be a staunchly pro-life Catholic – is planning to speak at this year’s event.
In yet another victory for David Daleiden, the man whose videos blew the lid off of fetal body parts trafficking in the U.S., the fetal tissue broker at the center of the controversy has dropped its charges against him.
As Congress prepares the way for the defunding of America’s largest abortion provider, the American Family Association (AFA) has put together a list of nine reasons why women don’t need Planned Parenthood in order to have quality reproductive health care.