Today’s read is from Katie Yoder of the Media Research Center. Here’s an excerpt:
The March for Life marks the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion nationwide. While many in the media downplay it, the event unites tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands as they celebrate life and challenge abortion. These pro-life Americans make sacrifices to attend: They happily brave brutal weather and take time off from work or school to travel from all across the country to Washington, D.C. Yes, the 48th annual march, on January 29, will look a little different – a little smaller. But it is no less important, as it represents the estimated 62 million lives missing due to abortion.
In the past, the broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, and NBC – have failed to give the many marchers, and the unborn they march for, the time they deserve. Here’s the breakdown of the time that the morning and evening news shows have dedicated to the March for Life, in the past eight years:
Read the entire column here.