Today, March 8 is recognized by the UN as International Women's Day. This year, the Women's March has labeled this day "A Day Without a Woman," urging women to "take the day off from paid and unpaid labor."
In November, we made our voices heard. We voted for the one Presidential ticket that promised to protect the Supreme Court and only appoint pro-life judges. Together, we won!
Early Sunday morning, workers at a wastewater treatment plant in Cincinnati made a startling discovery: Surrounded by trash, an 18-week-old baby was found next in line to be scraped off the machine.
On the heels of the March for Life, the Inauguration and the nomination of Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, pro-life activism is ramping up yet again.
This week, Ohio Right to Life joined the Pro-life Court Coalition, a nationwide alliance of pro-life organizations working to defend the constitutional right to life in the United States Supreme Court.
Every year at the March for Life, there is an undeniable energy that pulses through the hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans who converge on Washington D.C. It is a combination of faith, hope and love that stirs the hearts of pro-life Americans to do this every year for more than 40 years.
A few years ago, speaking to an audience at the University of Chicago Law School, liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg gave a surprisingly critical speech on the infamous Roe v. Wade decision.