As Election Day nears, the clear contrast in ads sends an important message

babyonflag

By Elizabeth Spillman, NRLC Political Assistant    Every election season as Election Day draws near, you can easily tell which pro-abortion candidates are losing–their ads become incredibly desperate and nasty. We have seen this playing out in some key races

Senate challenger Orman has total support of all three Kansas abortion clinics, incumbent Sen. Roberts has total support of Kansans for Life and National Right to Life

ormanvroberts

By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director, Kansans for Life       Kansans are facing a  pivotal choice for the U.S. Senate: incumbent pro-life GOP Senator Pat Roberts versus pro-abortion multimillionaire Greg Orman. Orman was unknown to Kansans before he bought over

“Every voice must be heard”; the starvation death of Robert Gensiak

Susan Gensiak, the mother of Robert Gensiak who was starved to death, is escorted by police

By Dave Andrusko It seems like only yesterday, not for a good reason, but because  the horror of the case made the memories so vivid. A year ago last June we reported on the arraignment of the mother and sisters

Pro-abortionists file another emergency appeal to Oklahoma Supreme Court

Oklahoma County District Court Judge Bill Graves

By Dave Andrusko   Another day, another defeat for pro-abortionists–and another appeal to a higher court. On Wednesday night, hours after formally losing a challenge to Oklahoma’s law on chemical abortions, the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) filed an emergency

CBS News Poll shows more likely voters will choose Republicans, greater GOP enthusiasm, and 39% approval for Obama

poll-image

By Dave Andrusko   With the mid-term elections just five days away, we will be inundated with polling data. The trick is not to drown in minutiae—or allow questionable coverage of the results to mislead us. Several astute commentators reached

Woman sees ultrasound, realizes she’s pregnant with “a little person”

z19weeks

By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. This appeared in the latest digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read the entire 38-page issue at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNEWSOCT2014.pdf    From a woman who was being tested to see if her baby

Down Syndrome: Not “The Shape of the Eye,” father writes

George Estreich and Laura

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. As we approach the conclusion to Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we are re-printing this encouraging post, which is from last year, and writing a new, very grim story about parental behavior toward another child with

Appeals Panel considers lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s ultrasound law

The United States 4th Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Richmond VA.

By Dave Andrusko For 45-minutes Wednesday, a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals  closely questioned the Solicitor General of North Carolina and the attorney for national pro-abortion groups about the state’s 2011 ultrasound law. The “Right

Poison vs Personal Care

Dr. Rodney Syme

By Paul Russell, founder HOPE Australia It has long been an argument of the pro-euthanasia and pro-assisted suicide lobby to say that having a bottle of poison (Nembutal) in the cupboard provides a certain level of comfort and restores a

New York State Right to Life “speaks from the heart”

ny-panel-img

By Barbara Meara, Chairman Editor’s note. The following comes from New York State Right to Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. Recent years have brought good news for unborn babies in our nation: fewer doctors are now willing to do abortions, several

Only Pro-Assisted Suicide Types Yell “Religion!”

Steve Seibold

By Wesley J. Smith Such two-dimensional thinking by so many pro assisted suicide advocates. It’s about forcing religion, they yell. “Pope, keep your hands off my body!” For example, Steve Siebold–who laughably advertises himself as “an expert in the field of critical

Abortion Facilities Continue To Fund ‘Vote No’ Campaign in Tennessee

yeson1

94% of Reported Campaign Funds Supplied by Abortion Promoters Editor’s note. This analysis was provided by “Yes on 1.” The proposed Amendment 1 to the state constitution is intended to neutralize a 2000 pro-abortion ruling by the Tennessee Supreme Court.