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This past January was the first time I attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C. Afterwards, I felt giddy for weeks. There is something about the energy of that many people coming together in defense of life that galvanizes you.
While we were all hoping there wouldn’t need to be another March, it’s looking like 2013 is not the year we end abortion. So we’re gonna march again on January 22, 2014. And nothing will make it better or more meaningful than having you – yes, you – show up.
On Sunday, October 13, 2013 in Gdansk, Poland, birthplace of Poland’s famous “Solidarity” union, several thousand people gathered for the fourth March for Life and Family. Each year the march is co-organized by Human Life International Poland.
The march began at the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers who were victims of communism: three giant steel beams affixed with anchors to form crosses.
‘We Are Marching to the White House’: ‘Million Vet March’ Descends on Washington, Barricades Torn Down
[This is a developing story. Be sure to check back for updates.]
US Park Police have arrived in front of WH. Some in riot gear! Tea party/veteran protesters start booing.
— Jim Acosta (@JimAcostaCNN) October 13, 2013
— Constitution Warrior (@ConstWarrrior) October 13, 2013
— ARMOR Bearer 147 (@ARMORBearer147) October 13, 2013
America, hells yes.
As Twitchy reported, citizens attending the Million Vets March in Washington, D.C., Sunday tore down Barrycades at several memorials. The crowd then picked up the Barrycades and began transporting them to the White House.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Standing at ground zero on the civil rights movement’s battlefield of justice, President Barack Obama challenged new generations Wednesday to seize the cause of racial equality and honor the “glorious patriots” who marched a half century ago to the very steps from which Rev. Martin Luther King spoke during the March on Washington.
AFT president retweets to rebut ‘myth’ she cut short 9-year-old speaker at March on Washington event
As Twitchy reported yesterday, the organizers of the March on Washington event were running a strict clock when it came to speaking time for participants. Even Jesse Jackson was prevented from exceeding the 2-minute limit in order to keep the program moving.
One of the people who appeared to be cut short was 9-year-old Asean Johnson, who was giving a few words about public education when the president of the American Federation of Teachers pulled the mic away before letting him say a couple of parting words.
Randi Weingarten: For the Children™!
Jesse Jackson was far from the only March on Washington speaker to be silenced at the March on Washington on Saturday. The American Federation of Teachers president trotted out budding labor activist Asean Johnson, 9, as a prop …