The Pro-Life Movement: Part II

Its hopeful future

Yesterday, I gave a short overview of the pro-life movement’s current situation. While there’s plenty to get discouraged about, this hasn’t stopped pro-lifers from pushing forward, and in many ways, fighting even harder. More drives for state personhood amendments have surfaced, showing that they weren’t just a temporary idea last November. I’ll discuss this promising development—particularly the one in Colorado—plus briefly highlight a couple strong pro-life voices who could be presidential candidates in 2012.


The Pro-Life Movement: Part I

The current state of the pro-life movement

It would be easy for pro-lifers to give up right now. We have arguably the most pro-abortion president in our country’s history, and pro-lifers are outnumbered in both the U.S. House and Senate. There are some glaring problems on our side, too—like the absence of a clear leader to carry the torch and confusion over how to move forward.