AP Tells Reporters to Never Use the Term “Pro-Life”

 July 13, 2017

For evidence of pro-abortion bias in the mainstream media, people need look no further than the AP Stylebook, a widely-used journalism manual. The book is a publication of the news wire the Associated Press, and almost all American journalists begin using it in college. It is widely used in print, broadcast and online news outlets to keep things like punctuation, terminology and other writing mechanics consistent.

Read more at: http://www.lifenews.com/2017/07/12/ap-tells-reporters-to-never-use-the-term-pro-life/


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