There are organizations that claim to be inclusive, diverse and tolerant to all walks of life. And why wouldn’t they be? Being tolerant seems to be the trendiest thing today! So I guess when they say that the, “dream of inclusivity and equality…is what we want,” we should just take their word for it, right? You might want to take a closer look first.
There are a number of exciting opportunities for YOU to get involved in the pro-life cause this summer--right here in Ohio! We're looking for volunteers of all ages who have a heart for the unborn, the elderly, the disabled, and really, the right to life of all human beings. Here are three ways that you can get involved:
Saturday, June 25, Ohio Right to Life and Susan B. Anthony List will be hosting our first-ever Pro-life Day of Action, a day to educate our neighbors on the value of pro-life laws and the importance of voting pro-life.
This June, Ohio Right to Life welcomes two new faces to our headquarters in Downtown Columbus. Meet our interns, Nastasia and Jamieson!
My name is Nastasia and I’m one of the new interns at Ohio Right to Life! I am so incredibly excited to be working for such an amazing organization and to be part of the fight for the little ones. Just to give you a better idea of who I am, I attend Liberty University and will be a junior this fall (which blows my mind a bit) and I am majoring in Government: Politics and Policy.
Over the weekend, a Phoenix news station reported new audio evidence about a baby born alive after a botched abortion.
Today, the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services is hearing testimony on SB 291, legislation which would make September "Pain Awareness Month."
Three summers ago, Wendy Davis rose to political infamy with her pink-tennis-shoe filibuster against Texas' Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.