In Defense of the Unborn

In Defense of the Unborn

The American TFP has been a champion of the pro-life cause since the dreadful Roe v. Wade decision legalized the slaughter of America’s most vulnerable. Longtime attendees of the National March for Life in Washington D.C. have become familiar with the annual presence of the TFP’s red standards and marching band. Below you will find some of the pro-life activities that we have been engaged in throughout the years.

 

A Tribute to Nellie Gray 


With great sorrow, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) joins with countless other pro-life Americans in lamenting the death of Nellie Gray, 88, founder and chief organizer of the March for Life in Washington, … Continue reading

March for Life in Reading Draws Hundreds

Hundreds of pro-lifers spent their Sunday afternoon on May 20 attending the second annual March for Life in Reading, Pennsylvania. The TFP’s Holy Choirs of Angels Band provided rousing patriotic music for the two-mile trek as marchers made their way through … Continue reading

Can Murder Be Moral?

If euthanasia follows as a logical consequence of abortion, then why not kill those who are deemed to have lost autonomy and functional abilities in order to harvest their organs? Such arguments can be found in a recent article in … Continue reading

March for Life Draws Multitude of Pro-Life Youth

Rising early on the morning of January 23, volunteers of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property, as well as the young participants of the TFP Student Conference attended Mass, spiritually preparing for the day’s events.  … Continue reading

The March for Life: When Will It All End?

On January 22, 1974, the first March for Life was held on the West Steps of the Capitol. An estimated 20,000 committed pro-life Americans rallied that day on behalf of the unborn. Much has changed since that memorable day. On … Continue reading

Aborted Fetal Cell Lines Used to Test Food Products

According to news reports, some major food companies are working with a biotech company called Senomyx to produce artificial flavor enhancers using aborted fetal cell lines to test their products. Senomyx website states that: “Using isolated human taste receptors, we … Continue reading

The Hot, the Cold and the Lukewarm

As Bostonians returned to work on Tuesday morning after a sizzling hot Fourth of July weekend, the main story on the news was the appearance of the dreaded Asian Longhorned Beetle. This pesky little tree-eating-creature, first spotted in Worcester, Mass. … Continue reading

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