Hillsdale students canvass North Dakota for pro-life candidate

By Sofia Krusmark Over fall break, the Susan B. Anthony List, a nonprofit pro-life organization, sent 22 Hillsdale students to North Dakota to canvass for the pro-life movement. The students divided into four teams and visited 12,651 houses in three days. The teams spread throughout North Dakota, canvassing in Fargo, Grand Forks, and along the… READ MORE

Marjorie at Townhall: Six Courageous Pro-Life Leaders And How You Can Help Them Win in November

By Marjorie Dannenfelser This year’s high-stakes midterm elections are fast approaching, and much ink has been spilled about a surge in women candidates running for office. Unfortunately, most of the hype has focused on only one type of woman: anti-Trump, pro-abortion, and angry about it. What about the millions of women and men who are… READ MORE

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 80: #ConfirmKavanaugh Ground Game

In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: As Judge Brett Kavanaugh faces his confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill, we go to West Virginia where pro-lifers are calling on Democratic Senator Joe Manchin to vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court; Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of the Susan B. Anthony List, tells us more and… READ MORE

Marjorie Dannenfelser Named in POLITICO’s Top 50 List

By Jennifer Haberkorn Abortion is often framed as a women’s-rights issue, but Marjorie Dannenfelser would beg to differ: For more than 25 years, she has led the Susan B. Anthony List, a conservative group that says abortions hurt not just fetuses but women. Under her watch, SBA has slowly gained traction by putting dollars and… READ MORE

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 74: Man with Down Syndrome Speaks Out

In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: GOP Conference Chair, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, tells us why she’s supporting the Protect Life Rule and how having a son with Down Syndrome has influenced her pro-life views. We’re also joined in studio by Frank Stephens, a man with Down Syndrome whose Capitol Hill testimony went… READ MORE