Wisconsin Right to Life Intern

My Adoption Story

By Julia Wall, Intern The funny thing about adoption is that no story is ever “typical.” Although love is always interwoven throughout an adoption journey, details are unique to every family who has grown through adoption. My journey, like so many others, is one-of-a-kind, full of love, and something I’m proud to share. I grew …

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What is the Mexico City Policy? And Why Should Taxpayers Care?

By Julia Wall, Intern Do you want to personally pay for the murder of unborn children internationally? 100 million taxpayer dollars are on the line each year. They could either support foreign abortion clinics or fund life-affirming healthcare practices. Currently, pro-life policy under the Trump adminstration protects both innocent life and your taxdollars. The Mexico …

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What is the Hyde Amendment? And Why Should Taxpayers Care?

By Ameillia Wedward, Intern Your tax dollars pay for many important government services, but do you want your dollars to fund the termination of our most vulnerable?  If you’d rather that your money doesn’t contribute to abortion, then you have the Hyde Amendment to thank. On September 30th, 1976, just three years after Roe v. …

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How to be a Pro-Life College Student: Use Logic, Love, and Perseverance

By Ameillia Wedward, Intern If you’ve ever felt like you need to balance your convictions with your social environment, you just might be a pro-life college student. Hey, me too! I’m passionately pro-life, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be to stand boldly for my beliefs on my college campus. Moving into a …

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A Concerning Case: David Daleiden v. Planned Parenthood

  By Ameillia Wedward, Intern The combination of COVID, a social justice movement, and a presidential election perfectly created a chaotic storm in the first half of 2020. One particular case has been clearly lost in this commotion. David Daleiden v. Planned Parenthood demonstrated the abortion industry’s threat against the judicial system, taxpayer rights, and …

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A Life for Christopher

Christopher was from Bulgaria, and weighed a mere 10 lbs 2 oz and was 29 inches long when he was adopted shortly before his 6th birthday. Having several special needs, he was ignored and neglected in the orphanage, barely fed and not cared for. When the Collicotts adopted him, he was unfamiliar with being held and would poke himself in the neck to pass the time, having never had anything else to do.

When is Suicide Bad?

Suicide is an epidemic in our society. Every month, on the news, there are stories about people who, feeling their lives are worthless, have taken their lives. Many of us have been personally affected by the tragedy of suicide. We all agree that suicide is a horrible and tragic thing. Unless you’re living with a disability, it seems. Me Before You, starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claffin

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