Two parent perspectives on Down syndrome have been bouncing through my social media feeds this week: One, a father's letter to his daughter on her wedding day; the other, a mother who says she would have aborted her daughter with Down syndrome.
There are literally millions of reasons to de-fund Planned Parenthood--and each reason would represent a life taken by the abortion industry leader.
The New York Times wrote a puzzling editorial against Ohio’s Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act this week. While I have many issues with the moral coherency of this editorial, the most jarring is its omission of current events.
This past weekend, Ohioans took a stand against Planned Parenthood in 11 locations across the state.
Editor's Note: The following post is by Jeffrey Miller, a student from Messiah College and a summer legislative intern at Ohio Right to Life. He is a senior in college where he is pursuing a double-major in International Politics and French.
It's a great time to be pro-life in Ohio. This Saturday alone there are 11 pro-life protests at Planned Parenthood facilities across the state!
The spin-doctors at Planned Parenthood are working overtime. It appears that Planned Parenthood is spending their war chest at public relations firms to shoot the pro-life messenger with weak opposition research.
State Representative Bill Patmon has become an incredible friend to Ohio Right to Life and the whole pro-life movement.