Jordan Hayley

Jordan Hayley


Jordan is an undergraduate student at Liberty University, double majoring in History and International Relations with a minor in Military History. She is currently fluent in English, Spanish, and Hebrew (written ability only), and will soon start learning Russian. She is from Houston, Texas. On Liberty’s campus, she is a delegate for Student Government Association (SGA), the senior advisor and campaign manager for the Sophomore class Presidential Candidate, Treasurer for Students Behind Our Military Club, and a member of many other organizations. After undergraduate school, she plans to get a Masters in International Relations and then attend Law School, where she plans to study International Law.


“I think at the heart of the pro-life movement is the idea that all people are created equal, endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights starting with life.” – Mike Huckabee.
I hope that my words will contribute to the defense of human life.


The Science Behind Not Legalizing Marijuana

SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana) held a webinar discussing the costs of legalization in states that legalize the retail sale of marijuana (at the state level). The webinar opened up by laying out SAM’s goals and promotions: it promotes health first, smart policies, meaning alternatives to incarceration and to help people heal (i.e. rehab) from their addictions, and attitudes […]

Jordan Hayley | August 10, 2017


How College Campuses’ Should “Not be a Day Care”

Dr. Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU) and a Christian, spoke out against “safe spaces” and trigger warnings now used on college campuses. Piper says that OKWU is a “place to learn and be taught how to be selfless and not self-centered.” Dr. Piper addressed that by refusing to live by “big laws,” “little […]

Jordan Hayley | August 2, 2017

Human Rights

Representative Wagner’s Fight Against Human Trafficking

Congresswoman Ann Wagner joined a group of interns, Family Research Council (FRC) affiliates, and others to discuss her bill: Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act of 2017. She plans to amend section 230 of the CDA (Communications Decency Act) in order to lift barriers that have prevented the court system, federal government, and victims of sex trafficking […]

Jordan Hayley | July 25, 2017


Charlie Gard: The Courts Ruling on his “Quality of Life”

The United Kingdom’s system of healthcare is under the National Health Service (NHS), which is a publicly funded, primarily through taxation, national healthcare system and is overseen by the Department of Health. The system provides healthcare to every legal resident in England, with most services free [1].  The CCGs (clinical commissioning groups) now commission most of the hospital […]

Jordan Hayley | July 6, 2017