BIKING FOR BABIES – BIKING FOR BABIES EXEC. DIRECTOR, NIKKI BIESE, TALKS WITH FAITH IN ACTION CO HOSTS, BRIGID AYER AND JIM GANLEY ABOUT THE PRO-LIFE MINISTRY BUILT ON MISSIONARIES BIKING AROUND THE US TO RAISE MONEY TO END ABORTION. BIKING FOR BABIES HAD INTENDED TO RIDE THROUGH BEECH GROVE, BUT DUE TO AN INCREASE IN COVID-19 OUTBREAKS IN VARIOUS AREAS, THEIR STOP IN THE INDY METRO AREA HAS BEEN CANCELLED. THE CELEBRATION FOR LIFE SCHEDULED FOR ST. LOUIS HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO GATHERING LIMITATIONS IN ST. LOUIS. THE 2,600 MILE RIDE WILL TAKE PLACE IN WISCONSIN. FOR DETAILS ABOUT THE EVENT OR TO CATCH THE FACEBOOK LIVES THE WEBPAGE IS WWW.BIKINGFORBABIES.COM/NATIONAL-RIDE/
The Women’s March on Washington, DC booted feminists who are also pro-life. Several news outlets have captured this story, yet the mainstream media tends to downplay or completely bypass the millions of women who are indeed pro-woman, yet also anti-abortion.
Women who support choice (including pro-life women, who support the choice to NOT abort their child) are NOT welcome at the “inclusive” Women’s march on Washington. Today is NOT a Women’s March, but apparently an abortion rights march for Planned Parenthood. Let’s be honest, and call it what it is.
I’ll post several articles about one group who was disinvited, New Wave Feminists, because they support a woman’s right to choose to keep a baby after it’s conceived. For the organizers, “inclusive” means you agree only with an abortion rights idelogy. Pro-woman is NOT synonymous with pro-abortion, quite the opposite. Call the march what it is please.
Since the March is today, (Jan. 21, 2017 —for those who read this after the fact) I would encourage you to take a look at the secular news coverage and see if the pro-life feminists who were disinvited from the event get equal time–which is the news standard for television journalism for sure–or in this case, ANY time. I hope my colleagues in the news media will practice their profession with the highest of integrity and quality, and provide equal time.
As women’s rights activists mistakenly overlook the ground breaking achievements made by Kellyanne Conway, the first woman to successfully run a successful presidential campaign, they do it again when they underestimate her presence as speaker at the 2017 March For Life, scheduled for Jan. 27.
Wall Street Journal writer, William McGurn, captures the essense of why Mrs. Conway’s presence as a speaker ushers in a new era for women, politics and the pro-life movement. This is worth reading.