Tag Archives: pro-life

Court awards anti-abortion group after campus debacle

This article has been updated from a previous version to reflect new information. The Fresno State professor accused last semester of violating a campus club’s free speech rights claims he did nothing wrong. Greg Thatcher, professor of public health, said ...

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How to be pro-life: Changing the dialogue on abortion

On April 12, The Atlantic printed a story about the trial of Kermit Gosnell, a West Philadelphia doctor who ran the Women’s Medical Society for more than 30 years. This clinic was billed as a place for taking care of ...

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Anti-abortion displays visit campus

For two days anti-abortion activists displayed their message with large signs at Fresno State.

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Strong beliefs require sacrifices

As the graduate of a Christian school I can still recall the cool kids in back of the chapel passing notes back and forth about the teacher’s pet sitting front row center as the pastor preaches a fire and brimstone sermon inspired by James 4:11 “Do not speak evil of one another, brethren.”

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Beyond abortion

“Why should my tax dollars be used toward something that I strongly oppose?” This question has been used many times when discussing the controversial issue of family planning measures, particularly abortion.

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