Last week, we announced some exciting news: We got Dinesh D’Souza for a fall benefit right here in Central Ohio!
Over the last couple of weeks, a number of hopeful headlines have grabbed our hearts:
From memorializing the unborn to protesting the abortion lobby, there are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved in the pro-life movement this Saturday, September 10!
The following post is from pro-life Congressman Brad Wenstrup (OH-2). It was originally posted at wenstrup.house.gov.
Three years ago, the Ohio Department of Health revealed a number of health and safety violations at a Toledo abortion facility. At the top of the list was the facility's failure to obtain a transfer agreement with a local hospital for three years.
We need your help! Next weekend, all of the big players in the abortion lobby are coming to Cleveland to host a free concert for abortion.
This morning, the Cleveland Plain Dealer posted a valuable comparison of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on the issue of abortion. From the Supreme Court to the Hyde amendment, their two approaches can't be more different.
Last Saturday, a tragic story came across central Ohio news outlets: Unborn baby killed in east Columbus hit-skip crash.
In a release on Tuesday, Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien announced that the intoxicated driver was indicted on ten counts, including Aggravated Vehicular Homicide for the death of the unborn baby.
A new video posted on YouTube features Ted Strickland, pro-abortion candidate for US Senate, joking that Justice Antonin Scalia's death came "at a good time."
As you know, Justice Scalia's passing struck the pro-life community hard. The loss of Justice Scalia was the loss of a brilliant legal scholar who opposed Roe v. Wade in strong, unrelenting language. Justice Scalia's death set into motion a race to fill his vacancy, increasing the stakes for Election 2016.
On June 11, 2015, a patient arrived at a Dayton-area abortion facility with the help of a friend. The clinic's own notes stated that she could not walk on her own or hold her head up once she was placed in a wheelchair. Her speech was slow and slurred--she couldn't hold a conversation. She was unable to keep her eyes open, and when she could, they were twitching.