On April 26, thousands of young people across the country will participate in American Life League’s National Pro-life T-shirt Day by wearing shirts with pro-life messages to their high schools, colleges and everywhere they travel that day.
nesday, December 7, 2005 – By ALL “We couldn’t be more pleased with the positive reception Pro-Life Memorial Day has gained nationwide,” said Judie Brown, president of American Life League.
At this year’s presidential inauguration, American Life League’s Rock for Life plans to serve as a silent voice for the millions of preborn babies killed by abortion.
American Life League will lead a pro-life prayer vigil outside of Planned Parenthood’s national conference at the Hilton Washington on Wednesday, April 13.
The retirement of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor provides a tremendous opportunity for President Bush to keep his word to those who elected him and demonstrate the pro-life position he professes.
As the nation prepares for the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, American Life League is launching an official web site encouraging citizens to sign a petition urging senators to approve his appointment.
American Life League president Judie Brown issued the following statement regarding a lecture Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) will deliver at 1:15 pm today at Canisius College in Buffalo.
Although we are deeply saddened by the death of our beloved Pope John Paul II, we pause at this moment to reflect upon his steadfast efforts to celebrate the inherent dignity of every human person through his consistent writings and teachings about the sanctity of every human being’s life.
President Bush’s nomination of Judge John Roberts to the U.S. Supreme Court has garnered intense reaction from both the pro-abortion and pro-life voices in our country.
“At last, President Bush has put forward the name of a Supreme Court nominee who has an established track record that we can review,” said American Life League president Judie Brown.