This week on the Pro-Life America podcast, we discuss the growing problem of fatherless homes, what this means for their children, and a potential driving factor of it that the left will never talk about. Plus, we talk about the difference between the role of men in the pro-life and pro-choice movements, and how this has created problems for the pro-choice side.
One of the things that truly bothers me about being so involved in the pro-life issue is the way it affects my attitude on other issues.
This week on the Pro-Life America podcast, we discuss the atrocities happening right now in Ukraine versus the atrocities happening inside America’s abortion clinics. And we call out the clear hypocrisy of the response to the photos of the war versus the photos of 5 Late-Term Aborted Babies (released by Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising) that’s gone viral.
This week on the Pro-Life America podcast, we take a look at what a Post-Roe America could look like and the major division over Incrementalist vs Purist legislation that has caused infighting within the Pro-Life Movement – as well as pro-life legislation to fail. It’s time we settled this once and for all!
This week on the Pro-Life America podcast, special guest Flanna Sheridan from Day of Tears joins us to discuss the organization that has state by state declaring January 22nd the “Day of Tears” – and what that means for our country. But first, we take a moment to discuss the Russian attacks on Ukraine.
As 2021 comes to a close and a new year begins, this is a perfect time to look towards the future and set goals. We talk about the future of the pro-life movement, our struggles, and goals we should set for ourselves. Happy New Years!
At the beginning of the classic Christmas movie, It’s a Wonderful Life, George Bailey stood on a snow covered bridge preparing to jump into the icy river below. He was going to kill himself after concluding that he had made a mess of things and that his life had counted for nothing. Then, at the height of his despair, he was visited by an angel who showed him what the world would have been like had he never lived. In the end, George had come to see that he was allowing his life to be defined by its failures. There is a valuable lesson in that for the pro-life movement. Listen as we discuss the “George Bailey” Syndrome that is affecting the pro-life movement and provide a moment of reflection and perspective.
The pro-life movement must be careful when using the language that the abortion industry has pushed on society. Let us not fall for their marketing campaigns or attempts at making abortion seem “normal.”
As the Supreme Court considers the fate of new state abortion laws and challenges to Roe vs Wade, tensions flare while pro-lifers debate strategies for the future and ending legalized abortion for good. We talk about the issue of the lack of unity within the pro-life movement and what it means for us. Can it ever be fixed? Can we win without being unified? All this and more in an important episode for all who fight for the unborn.
As an adopted person, it’s insulting to think that a pro-abort who wants to adopt is able to. These are the same people that say that it would have been perfectly fine if I wasn’t here today because my birth mother chose to kill me.