Many millennials aren’t content with holding pro-life beliefs – they want to act on them. The day after the March for Life, 2,000 students gathered for a conference put on by Students for Life. They heard from Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life, and Lila Rose, the young woman whose undercover videos exposed the deceptive practices of Planned Parenthood. When Professor Robert George of Princeton received an award, he told the crowd that the tide is turning in favor of the right to life, saying, "I see the future, and you are it." This gathering of pro-life students was so well-attended that another was held in San Francisco for those who couldn’t make the first gathering.
Pro-lifers have understood from the beginning that abortion ends human life, inflicting pain on both mother and baby. Supremacist judges and feminists try to cover up this fact by using the rhetoric of "choice," but they are still losing ground. In the past 40 years, the Republican Party has gone from pro-choice to pro-life. States have put limits on the some of the most gruesome types of abortions. Ultrasound pictures have made the reality of life in the womb clear. We are on the right path, and millennials might get us to our destination.
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