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Social Justice Movement Ought to Recognize Human Rights for Unborn Children

The modern social justice movement can be described as a loose union of movements that oppose institutionalized injustice in various forms—racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and many more. It’s seen as a single movement because all forms of oppression share certain characteristics: most importantly, that they are systems of injus…
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Pollster Kellyanne Conway blames #CancelColbert movement on … Obama?

Thanks Obama!
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What the Pro-Life Movement Must Do in the Next 10 Years to End Abortion

Gabi Vehrs and I have a candid conversation about the state of the pro-life movement, and some of the most important things we need to do in the next ten years to set ourselves up in a good trajectory towards victory.

I’m really happy with this unusual episode of Life Report. It was a great chance to talk about relational evangelism and some of the things I’ve been pondering lately. I hope you enjoy it, and I would love to hear your thoughts.

#NoBloodForO: The new anti-war movement gets a hashtag

Witness the birth of a hashtag.

The suggestion for a topic:

A hashtag is applied:

With that, “no blood for oil” had found its shortened contemporary version: #NoBloodForO. And with that, many tweeters were off and running:

As Dozens of Abortion Clinics Close, Pro-Life Movement is Winning

No one likes to see a business close its doors — unless that business is an abortion clinic! In states across America, pro-lifers have been all too happy to shutter facilities bent on misleading women and taking innocent lives. And that’s no small number, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Since 2011, 58 of America’s abortion clinics — almost one in 10 — have either pulled the plug on their abortion services or folded altogether.