Kavanaugh Vote Moves To Full Senate

On July 9, President Trump announced his nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, 53, to fill retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy’s seat. The selection of Supreme Court justices had been one of the hottest campaign issues in the 2016 presidential contest. Kennedy’s retirement fueled fears among abortion activists that a new justice could swing the Court to a […]

Upcoming Events


40 Days for Life September 26 through November 4 www.40daysforlife.com General Election November 6, 2018 StandUpGirl.com Gala Dinner January 18, 2019 Corvallis Oakville Presbyterian Church 2019 Roe v. Wade Memorial and March Saturday, January 19, 2019 (Attention: new day of the week!) Pioneer Courthouse Square Portland Launch Igniting a generation of pro-life advocates For students […]

About Those Frozen Embryos

Frozen embryos aren’t the only “byproducts” of advanced reproductive technology: moral and legal confusions are as well. Divorce is a brutal experience, especially for children. For many, it’s a traumatic experience from which they never fully recover. Today, given the incredible strides made in artificial reproductive technologies, there’s an entire class of children on the […]

Getting It Right

Lois Anderson Executive Director

Recently, a couple of developments have been particularly troubling to me. One is the new contract the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) entered into to purchase the body parts of aborted babies for research (see page 6). The other is a study promoting a business model selling abortion pills (mifepristone and misoprostol) through the internet […]

Local Elections More Important Than Ever

David Kilada Political Director

All politics is local, they say. Most of the years I’ve worked in local politics, I have doubted the truth of this phrase. After all, 99 percent of the time people focus on what is going on in the White House or the Congress. Little thought is given to the Oregon State Capitol, much less […]