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.
Today, at the Ohio Union at The Ohio State University, Governor John Kasich announced that he is running for President of the United States!
Like many working for the pro-life cause, I read the story about Planned Parenthood selling babies' organs with little surprise. Disgust, heartbreak, and a sick stomach, sure--but surprise?
The stories we tell—our real experiences of good people doing good things—can change hearts and minds fundamentally. It seems like the more good stories we consume, the more good stories we want to generate.
The mission of Ohio Right to Life is to protect every innocent human life from conception until natural death--regardless of race, sex, or any chromosomal distinction. (Isn't it interesting how the other side tries to claim inclusion, diversity, and equality as their values?)