The Alfie Evans Tragedy Bodes Badly for Mankind

By Judie Brown Alfie Evans is a 23-month-old baby boy who suffers from a rare disease that has, according to his doctors, destroyed his brain. Whether or not this diagnosis is accurate is not the point. The questions about this case are not about Alfie’s condition but rather about the hospital. Alder Hey Children’s Hospital […]

ALL Statement on Alfie Evans

WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 25th, 2018)  – American Life League president Judie Brown issued the following statement on the removal of life-sustaining ventilation from 23-month old Alfie Evans against his parents’ wishes: Alfie Evans, a 23-month-old baby with a rare condition, is currently fighting for his life because the British hospital where he is being cared for […]

It’s Not Hurting Anyone Else!

By Judie Brown This past weekend Democrat senator Charles Schumer discussed legalizing marijuana at the federal level. During the interview he said: “If smoking marijuana doesn’t hurt anybody else, why shouldn’t we allow people to do it and not make it criminal?” This struck me as particularly inane since we know that drug abuse of […]

Students Protest Deadly Attacks on Nation’s Youngest Victims and Most Vulnerable Citizens

WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 19th, 2018) – Encouraged by the recent groundswell of free speech expression and demonstrations against violence directed at young people, today, on National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day, students in 356 US cities across 47 states are ensuring that their life-affirming message is heard loud and clear. In true American fashion, these young activists will […]


Inspire with Your Attire

By Susan Ciancio Two days from now, the joyous faces of young adults, families, and maybe even some of your coworkers will light up your day. These faces will be wearing smiles as they proudly show their support for God’s precious gift of life. What is so special about Friday, April 20? That day is […]

Blimey, They Did It Again

By Jim Sedlak A year ago, the world prayed for 11-month-old Charlie Gard and his parents. Charlie had suffered brain damage and was breathing with the assistance of a ventilator at a hospital in the United Kingdom. Charlie’s parents wanted to take him for experimental treatments, had raised a million dollars through crowd-funding, and had […]