It's the anniversary of the court case that overturned all the American laws preventing abortions.
Usually, we'd be at the March for Life, a massive rally in Washington DC that happens every year at this time (there were over 500,000 people there last year). What? You didn't hear about it?
That's because of the news black out. The major news companies have decided that abortion is a "closed issue" in America, and therefore, they refuse to cover our country's largest, longest running peaceful demonstration. They don't want to encourage us.
This year, because of health problems and extreme cold, we won't be able to go to the March, but we will be united in prayer.
It's 6 degrees out right now, with a wind chill of -15 (Fahrenheit, that's -21 and -26 Celsius), and tens of thousands of people are risking frostbite to gather on the Mall to say, "Life is not a closed issue."
"Life will not be a closed issue until everyone gets to live."