National Right to Life applauds U.S. Senate vote to advance effort to overturn abortion-expanding Obamacare

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote to begin debate on repealing major provisions of Obamacare.

WASHINGTON – This afternoon, the U.S. Senate voted 51-50 to proceed to begin debating on repealing major provisions of Obamacare, with Vice President Mike Pence casting the tie-breaking vote. Two Republicans, Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), joined

Hospital placing “obstacles” in the way of bringing Charlie home to die

‘The parents had hoped that Great Ormond Street would work with them,’ their lawyer says By Dave Andrusko Frankly, if I had not closely followed the way the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London had treated the parents of little

The Abortion Industry: A Pioneer in Fake News

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation “Fake news” has become a favorite pop culture phrase in 2017. But truth be told the abortion industry was actually a pioneer in the concept, blazing the way for lies and dissimulations

The Senate Votes to Begin Debate on Repealing Obamacare

By Jennifer Popik, J.D. Federal Legislative Director This afternoon the Senate voted 51-50 in favor of a motion to proceed to begin debate on repealing major provisions of Obamacare. 50 Republicans voted in favor of the motion while all 50

Miracle Babies and their miraculous parents

Miraculously Noah Wall’s brain now has nearly full function

By Nancy Valko Yesterday, we learned that Baby Charlie Gard is expected to die soon as his heartbroken parents have decided to remove his life support because a US doctor had told them it was now too late to give

London hospital, NY Times consistent to the end: the wishes of Charlie’s parents must be overridden

By Dave Andrusko “GetReligion” is an extremely helpful source that describes itself as “a national and global journalism site focusing on how the mainstream press covers religion news in politics, entertainment, business and sports.” It does many, many things well,

Former abortion clinic worker says, “They all had sadness in their eyes’

By Sarah Terzo On January 22, 2012, a former clinic worker named Clarissa gave her testimony before a church congregation. Her speech appears on YouTube. Clarissa became involved in abortion work almost by accident. She explains: “I was just finishing

Anti-Lifers Rally as Texas Special Session Begins

By Katherine Proctor Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a Texas Right to Life post and is reposted with permission. On Tuesday, the Texas House and Senate gaveled in, officially beginning the first called special session of the 85th Legislature.

Chile was on the brink of legalizing abortion before one vote miraculously stopped it

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq VALPARAISO, Chile, July 25, 2017 — A political miracle occurred last week when all seemed lost for Chile’s pro-life movement. In March 2016, Chile’s lower chamber voted to legalize abortion by the comfortable margin of

Soaring hopes as an antidote to assisted suicide

The very existence of assisted dying creates an expectation that we will surrender to our negativity By Chiara Bertoglio Last Monday I was in Oxford and I was suddenly seized by the insane idea of trying my hand at rowing.

The High Cost of Charlie Gard Coercion

Charlie Gard

By Wesley J. Smith The American specialist finally allowed by the courts–after four months of cruel obstinacy–to examine Charlie Gard apparently concluded that the baby is now beyond his help. As a result, Chris and Connie, Charlie’s loving parents, have

Health Board Buckles to Pro-Abort Pressure, Forces Pregnancy Centers to Post False Signage

By Jay Hobbs In the past year, Care Net of Puget Sound—a state-licensed medical provider based in Seattle—contributed over $6 million worth of services to its community at zero cost to taxpayers. Starting Thursday, however, Care Net and other pro-life