The AMA should stand firm against assisted suicide

By Jennifer Popik, JD, Director, NRLC Department of Medical Ethics There are conflicting reports about whether the American Medical Association (AMA) is considering abandoning its longtime position in opposition to physician-assisted suicide and going “neutral.” It is important to realize

Judge extends injunction blocking Texas’s decision to terminate Planned Parenthood Medicaid contract

U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks

By Texas Right to Life Austin, Texas — On Tuesday U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks extended the injunction blocking Texas from removing Planned Parenthood from Medicaid contracts until the conclusion of the full trial of Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit to remain

A primer on Media Bias from a former insider

By Dave Andrusko Kudos to Marcia Segelstein for a terrific post at the National Catholic Register which ran under the headline, “Media Pro-Abortion Bias is as Evident as it is Appalling.” The reader benefits not just from her additional insights into

Indiana Action Alert: Call about HB 1128

By Dave Andrusko Below you’ll see an Action Alert from Indiana Right to Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. As we reported last week HB1128 passed the House Public Policy Committee on a vote of 7-6. HB 1128 increases informed consent for

“Simon’s Law” protects parental rights, especially for medically fragile kids

Sheryl Crosier, Zach & Brenda Spurlock

By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director Kansans for Life “Simon’s Law” is named for a medically fragile baby born with Trisomy 18 and apnea (breathing difficulty), who died when resuscitation was denied. His devastated parents, Sheryl and Scott Crosier, only learned

The New York Times’ favorite abortionist: Willie Parker

By Dave Andrusko We’re nearing the end of the day, and as promised earlier, I did want to talk about the interview the New York Times Magazine conducted with itinerant abortionist, Willie Parker. As you need to know about the

Autos for Life rolls into 2017

By David N. O’Steen, Jr. With 2017 upon us, and this year having the potential to be a pivotal turning point for the pro-life movement, the National Right to Life Foundation needs your help more than ever! Our “Autos for

Woman says, My babies understood why I was aborting them

By Sarah Terzo A woman talking about her 2nd abortion said : “But I really feel good that I made the decision, not to have the baby. Again, I pretty much had made my decision, talked to myself, you know,

Norway and Australia join countries funding abortion in developing countries

Norway Prime Minister Erna Solberg

Editor’s note. This excerpt comes from SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. More countries have announced that they will dedicate money to funding abortion overseas Countries including the Norway and Australia are the latest to respond to the

Does Oregon’s 2016 assisted suicide report under-report assisted suicide deaths?

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The 2016 Oregon annual assisted suicide report, produced by the Health Division, Center for Health Statistics, is similar to prior years. The report implies the deaths were voluntary (self-administered), but the report

One gentle criticism is enough to send pro-abortion John Irving off the deep end

John Irving

By Dave Andrusko I am, admittedly, a poor example, since I can barely remember what I ate for breakfast. But wouldn’t you think 17 years is a tad long to hold a grudge, let alone wait to eviscerate your humble

McCorvey’s obituary in NY Times distorts and minimizes impact of Roe and Doe decisions

Norma McCorvey

By Dave Andrusko A brief but sincere thank you to all those who responded to our extensive coverage Monday of the death of Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade. Much more could have been said and will

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