Deadline Soon to Attend Evening for Life October 8th
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, September 25, 2015 (Cincinnati, OH): Seats are filling to hear national commentator Matt Walsh at Cincinnati Right to Life’s Evening for Life, Thursday, October 8th at the Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Rd., Sharonville, Ohio; social 5:30 p.m., dinner and program 6:30 p.m.
Matt Walsh–a popular Millennial blogger, writer, radio host, and no-nonsense social analyst–does not shy away from truth. Last checked Matt had over to 350,000 likes on his Facebook page. And if you search “Matt Walsh,” he has the number one Google result.
Matt Walsh on late term abortion (federal ban recently voted down):
Remember, if you support late term abortion, you are in favor of killing babies who can survive outside the womb. This is a radical, insane, extremist position, and one that is considered by progressives to be not only mainstream, but mandatory.
Matt Walsh irony on recent #ShoutYourAbortion twitter campaign:
If only the Nazis had Twitter maybe they could have defeated those pesky taboos about violently eradicating Jews. #ShoutYourGenocide, anyone?
Matt Walsh on abortion “choice”:
Either abortion is condemned with the fury of 1,000 suns, or it is celebrated and glorified with religious fervor. Everyone who tries to hang out somewhere between these two extremes will inevitably land on one end of the spectrum or the other. That’s because abortion is an extreme thing. It is the slaughter of the innocent.
Matt Walsh on parenting:
Everything is a captivating spectacle to kids. Yes, they lose interest 12 seconds later, but at least for those 12 seconds they find more joy in that bulldozer or that log or that monkey than you’ve ever found in anything in your entire adult life. And they’re right to find all that joy in all of those seemingly small things. The world really is a riveting and enchanting place, but at a certain point we lose the insight or the wisdom it takes to see it.
Reservation deadline approaching! $50 adults; $35 students. See CincinnatiRightToLife.org or call 513/728-7870.
Donations contributed during the evening support Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati and Cincinnati Right to Life Educational Foundation life-affirming projects.