Whether he’s peacefully protesting federal funding of Planned Parenthood, or praying in public vigil at the steps of the U.S. State Capitol, Students for Life of America (SFLA) Great Lakes Regional Coordinator, R. J. McVeigh, believes that the only way to win the war on abortion is to fight on.
New Life Center Advisory Board member, R.J. (holding the cardboard sign above his head) says that the decision in SCOTUS Monday, by the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out provisions in a Texas law for women’s safety, will not deter efforts by the pro-life generation to continue to expose the abortion distortion of a double-standard in the medical community.
In a world where things make sense, methodically determining that you must systematically have lower standards of health and safety for “medical procedures” performed exclusively on women would be considered sexist.But this world doesn’t make sense. In this world, such a stance makes you a “champion for women”, and probably a Planned Parenthood supporter.
– R.J. McVeigh, SFLA Great Lakes Regional Coordinator
R.J. McVeigh with daughter, Arabella.
R.J. is a typical “millennial,” an example of young Americans who are turning away from Planned Parenthood and are increasingly identifying with positions closer to the pro-life point of view than pro-choice.
This Michigan pro-life leader says that Monday’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court was disappointing, but that the battle will continue. “Today was tough, but we will fight on. When we are faced with failure, we must simply fight on. Other than finding ways to improve, nothing else needs to be said.”
To learn more about Students for Life of America, click here. The New Life Center partners with students across Michigan to bring about a pro-life culture and to expose Planned Parenthood and the agenda of the abortion industry to promote unsafe standards for women’s health care.