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Alarm over the growing assisted suicide movement, together with hopefulness concerning the potential for change in the Supreme Court's makeup, and encouragement from pro-life gain on a number of fronts, contributed to a boost in numbers at right-to-life rallies this year.
Going this route virtually guarantees that the right-to-life cause loses out in the general election.
For the right-to-life movement, the obvious lesson is that we must recruit as many pro-lifers as possible for participation in public life.
The right-to-life cause is not the concern of only a special few but it should be the cause of all those who care about fairness and justice, love and compassion and liberty with law ...
Incredible right-to-life leadership camp programs already exist in a number of states.
"Senator Graham is a stalwart, go-to lawmaker on right-to-life issues," said Lisa Van Riper, South Carolina Citizens for Life president.
org/2014/01/summer-leadership-camps/ Collin and Dale were just two of the dozens of teens from across the country who came together to participate in Camp Life--they, along with the speakers who educated them throughout the week and the adults who helped get them to this year's convention, make up the ranks of the right-to-life movement and are proof that it is stronger than ever as the fight for the lives of the unborn and the medically vulnerable moves into its fifth decade.
Hearing from renowned right-to-life leaders and experts, Academy student Scout Yarbrough declares, "reminded me of why I wanted to be part of this movement."
"These poll results help explain the victories experienced by the right-to-life movement in Tuesday's elections.
Even now as I work full-time in the right-to-life movement and blog for LifeNews, I continue to draw upon the lessons learned at the Academy.
Bridget's parishes, used the occasion of Geline's retirement as National Right to Life Board chairman to honor her for her tireless work in the right-to-life movement.
"Even after seven years of pro-abortion policies from the Obama Administration, the right-to-life movement is making tremendous gains on behalf of mothers and their unborn children," said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life.
Graduates of the program are currently working for state pro-life groups, starting local right-to-life chapters, aiding in the efforts of crisis pregnancy centers and bringing a pro-life perspective to their workplaces in the medical, legal, and social work fields.