Pro-Life on Campus at Northern Kentucky University
It’s important to show people what abortion really is, because until people feel uncomfortable about it, and realize what it really is, they’re not going to change. You are not going to get the laws changed, or people’s hearts changed.
So said Ella Beckman, President of Northern Right to Life (NRL), the student pro-life group at Northern Kentucky University (NKU). Ella is an excellent spokesperson, as you can see.
NKU was the first stop on our November tour through Kentucky, which will include stops at Berea College, Eastern Kentucky U, and the U of Kentucky (Lord willing). More about those later.
We are always amused at the arrogance of people who believe freedom of speech is for them alone, but not for anyone else who dares to disagree. Stephanie Knoll, an undecided freshman, was quoted in The Northerner (the student newspaper), “Whether or not people agree, abortion is their choice and they shouldn’t be trying to shove their opinions down everyone’s throats, especially not with images …”
In other words, killing a baby is OK, but to express your opinion against abortion is not OK. To support your opinion with evidence is even worse. Riiiiiight.
The Northerner reported that Rosa Christophel posted via her Facebook account, “NKU is a learning institution not an abortion clinic. I can’t believe this is allowed.” We agree on both counts:
- NKU is a learning institution. On Wednesday and Thursday, thousands of students learned the truth about abortion.
- We also can’t believe abortion is allowed in a civilized society.
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