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According to pro-aborts, even pictures of babies in the womb are "graphic images"

By Jonathon Van Maren

Pro-lifers uncomfortable with most forms of educational outreach often pinpoint their discomfort very specifically on one thing: Abortion victim photography makes people upset. There are a variety of responses to this, of course—images of abortion victims should make us upset, because little human beings are being physically torn limb from limb. But often, I point out the fact that regardless of whether we choose to use photographs of abortion victims in our outreach, people will always get upset, and they will always accuse pro-lifers of being extreme. It is the truth that we bring that upsets people, not the method we use to bring it. That’s why pro-lifers have been attacked at Life Chain, while sidewalk chalking, and virtually any other form of outreach you can think of.

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Meet the interns: Nicole Harink

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you? 

Meet the interns: Will Dyck

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Meet the interns: Vanessa Otten

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Meet the interns: Kerri-Ann Brouwer

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

I was motivated to join the pro-life movement after seeing an abortion video. It was then that I realized how real abortion is. My niece, Kerra, and nephew, Louie, are beautiful blessings that inspire me to continue fighting for pre-born human rights. 

Meet the interns: Colin Byl

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Meet the interns: Attila Varszegi

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

I need to be able to look my future children (God willing) in the eyes one day and tell them that their father fought for the pre-born. 

Meet the interns: Tikvah Gilman

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Tomi Lahren defended abortion. She's wrong, and it matters.

By Jonathon Van Maren

Tomi Lahren styles herself a “young, conservative woman”—and her sharp rise as a TV show host, she says, is an indication that there is an audience hungry for her message, which she’s described in the past as “anti-feminist.” Her show Tomi on The Blaze is wildly popular, mainly for her consistent defences of Donald Trump, and her young audience loves her for her willingness to face off with left-wing commentators like Trevor Noah of the Daily Show.

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Meet the interns: Ewa Lasota

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

The prospective of changing minds and hearts on the issue of abortion motivated me to join the pro-life movement. Every day pre-born children are dismembered and decapitated. Every person can make a difference.

 
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