Alfie Evans’ dad meets with Pope Francis to ask that he intervene to help Alfie be transferred to hospital in Rome

Pope Francis said to have agreed to “ramp up the campaign to stop his life support being switched off” By Dave Andrusko If the last ditch effort to save Alfie Evans wasn’t already dramatic enough, on Tuesday

Pro-abortionists tout money they will spend in mid-term elections

By Dave Andrusko With the regularity of swallows returning to Capistrano, each election cycle pro-abortion organizations contact their legend of friends in the media to announce they are about to spend a gazillion dollars electing pro-abortion candidates.

National Right to Life extends condolences to Bush family on the passing of Barbara Bush

WASHINGTON – National Right to Life extends its deepest condolences to President George H.W. Bush, and the entire Bush family, on the death of former first lady, Barbara Pierce Bush, who died last night at her home

A look ahead to NRLC 2018 (have you registered?) and becoming a “Patron for Life”

By Dave Andrusko Although it’s two months away, I’m already experiencing a mounting sense of anticipation for the upcoming pro-life educational event of the year–the annual National Right to Life three-day convention, this year held in Overland

Kentucky ban on dismemberment abortions temporarily blocked

Judge to rule June 5 on motions filed by the ACLU By Dave Andrusko When the District Court for the Western District of Kentucky temporarily blocked Kentucky’s just enacted ban on dismemberment abortions, both sides found something

The ever-growing list of ways my life would have been so much less fulfilling if I hadn’t chosen life for my unborn child

By Lauren Urrea Most abortion clinics require that you have an ultrasound before they issue you the [abortifacient] pill or set you up for “surgery.” This is because the ultrasound helps determine if the baby is still

Appeals Court says Ohio may not de-fund entities that perform or promote abortions

By Dave Andrusko This afternoon the Cincinnati-based Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a 2016 decision by Judge Michael Barrett who granted a permanent injunction preventing Ohio’s law which de-funds entities that perform or promote abortions from

Conscientious Objection and the Duty to Refer

By Nancy Valko When the Trump administration announced a new division of Conscience and Religious Freedom within the Department of Health and Human Services, the pushback from abortion and assisted suicide proponents like Planned Parenthood and Compassion

‘Morning Joe’ Asks Planned Parenthood: What About Pro-Life Women?

By Katie Yoder Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a Newsbusters’ post and is reposted with permission. While many in the media are asking Cecile Richards the same questions during her book tour, MSNBC co-host Joe Scarborough

Euthanasia and the inevitability of slippery slopes

By Margaret Somerville Advocates of legalizing euthanasia reject “slippery slope” arguments as unfounded fear-mongering and claim that its use will always be restricted to rare cases of dying people with unrelievable, unbearable suffering. But, as the Netherlands

How ‘Go Gentle’ are already campaigning in Queensland, Australia

By Hope Australia Editor’s note. Queensland is a state in the Northeast of Australia. Victoria is a state in Southeastern Australia. The activists who fought to pressure the Victorian government into legalising assisted suicide are turning their

Assisted Suicide? Oppose it

Editor’s note. This comes from Right to Life of Michigan and is the “first in a five-part series contrasting the ways our society could handle end-of-life care moving forward.” “It was horrible. I got a letter in