Thanksgiving: A Profoundly Pro-Life Holiday


  By Jonathan Rogers Editor’s note. This first ran in 2011. Happy thanksgiving to you and yours! As the week ends, we hope all of you will be able to celebrate the joys and gifts of this life with family

Archbishop Chaput: “Being Human in an Age of Unbelief”

Archbishop Charles Chaput

  By Dave Andrusko Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., is the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia, and author of several books, including “Render Unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life.” He has spoken at

Prime sponsor of New Jersey bill legalizing doctor-prescribed suicide withdraws sponsorship

New Jersey State Senator Joseph Vitale

  By Jennifer Popik, JD, Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics New Jersey State Senator Joseph Vitale (D-Middlesex), the powerful chairman of the Senate Health Committee who had been the prime sponsor of a doctor-prescribed suicide bill, announced that he

Voiceless in life, Robert Gensiak’s mourners determined his voice will be heard


  Mr. Gensiak weighed 69 pounds when he died at age 32 By Dave Andrusko The unfortunate truth is that while we run many uplifting, soul-nourishing stories on NRL News Today, the anti-life cancer, which has long since metastasized, continues

The abortionist as hero: Part Two

Late-term abortionists Curtis Boyd and Glenna Halvorson-Boyd

  By Dave Andrusko Yesterday, in Part One of “The abortionist as hero,” we talked about Carol Ball, the medical director for Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, who splits her time among Planned Parenthood’s headquarters in St.

The Unborn Child: The most vulnerable human life

Margaret Somerville

  By Margaret Somerville The Preamble to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states: “ … Bearing in mind that, as indicated in the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, ‘the child, by reason of his

The Post-Election Digital issue of National Right to Life News has stories for everyone


By Dave Andrusko We deliberately published our online edition of National Right to Life News later in November so as to be able to include full coverage of what turned out to be even better off-year elections results that we

The abortionist as hero: Part One

Abortionist Carol Ball
(Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

  By Dave Andrusko If you’re looking for even a smidgeon of balance in an abortion story, arguably the last place you might look is the Los Angeles Times. Their commitment to the abortion agenda is as complete as their

Adoption: A loving, life-saving, realistic option


  By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research November is National Adoption Month, and I hope that you’ve read some of the compelling personal stories that have been published here over these past few weeks. If

1970s Rocker’s memoir tells of being haunted by her abortion, regretting her abortion, but defends “right” to abortion anyway


  By Dave Andrusko Back in late April, I ran across a blurb for a forthcoming book, “Clothes, Clothes, Clothes, Music, Music, Music, Boys, Boys, Boys,” the memoir of Viv Albertine. As I said at the time, I didn’t have

Obama’s approval numbers near record low

Pro-abortion President Barack Obama

  By Dave Andrusko Given what has taken place in the last three weeks, including the devastating mid-term elections in which (likely) nine Democratic senators will have lost, it comes as no surprise that a new Quinnipiac University survey finds

Member of British Parliament says where abortion has gone “almost defies comprehension”

Member of Parliment John Hayes

  “It is unimaginable that the current abortion law would have passed through Parliament in 1967 if MPs had known then where it would lead” Editor’s note. NRL News Today has written many stories about abortion in Great Britain, particularly