Lauren Hill: “I said to God I’ll do anything to be a voice for this cancer and all the kids that can’t speak their symptoms”

Lauren Hill (Photo: The Enquirer/Liz Dufour)

  By Dave Andrusko Maybe it’s simply that I am the father of three daughters and the father-in-law to another, but few stories have moved me as much as the bravery, the look-truth-in-the-face courage of Lauren Hill. Lauren is only

A final tally on the 2014 elections shows the importance of the abortion issue and pro-life involvement


  By Dave Andrusko Many of our readers followed NRLC online election night as we posted, in real time, victory after victory in the mid-term elections. It was extremely exciting to be able to tell people who stayed up very,

Abortionist charged with racketeering, faces possibility of at least 10 years in jail

Abortionist Naresh G. Patel

  By Dave Andrusko Oklahoma abortionist Naresh G. Patel has wriggled out of many a legal jam over the last two decades. But the stakes just got raised when the 62-year-old owner of the Outpatient Services for Women was charged

Trial delayed in forced abortion case, defendant says he is too sweaty to give evidence

Mark Emlick

  By Dave Andrusko The trial of an Edinburgh man accused of attempting to coerce a woman into having an abortion was delayed because the attorney for multi-millionaire Mark Emlick said his client was “suffering from a medical condition that

Abortionist accused of willingness to abort based on baby’s gender makes first court appearance

Abortionist Prabha Sivaraman

  By Dave Andrusko This latest twist slipped by me. I just learned that last week a doctor accused of offering to abort a baby because the mother said she wanted a boy appeared in Manchester Magistrates Court. The trial

The case against assisted suicide


  The tragedy and dangers of legalization By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life The death of Brittany Maynard and other recent events have put assisted suicide in the headlines. How should we think about this emotional

The abortion pill as a form of penance?


  By Sarah Terzo In an article in the Washington Times, author Hanna Rosin quotes abortion provider Kathy Rogers saying: [RU-486 is] not just a pill; it’s a process. And it’s not going to be fast or easy or simple.

Michigan Speaker of the House Bolger Blocks Coercive Abortion Bill, Bill Dies During All Night Session

Michigan Speaker of the House Jase Bolger

  Editor’s note. The following was distributed today by Right to Life of Michigan [RLM], NRLC’s state affiliate For reasons never directly explained to RLM, House Speaker Jase Bolger refused to take a vote on S.B. 1156 & 1157 over

Suicides After Abortion Remain High in Finland Despite Better Screening Guidelines


  By Amy Sobie, Elliot Institute Voluntary guidelines for post-abortion mental health evaluations during the month following an abortion have failed to significantly decrease the rate of suicide after abortion in Finland, according to a new study. Finland adopted the

Solomon, David, and our inmost being


  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. We are rapidly approaching the 42nd anniversary of the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. This month we are re-running posts from past editions of NRL News and NRL News Today. In January we

The final seduction: Belgian euthanasia doctors become tourists at Auschwitz

Dr. Kevin Fitzpatrick

  By Dr. Kevin Fitzpatrick, OBE Belgium’s leading euthanasia practitioner recently conducted a ‘study tour’ of Auschwitz (reported in Der Spiegel Nov 21, 2014). His group of seventy included doctors, psychologists and nurses from Belgium, all in favour of euthanasia;

McSally’s Win Brings National Right to Life Pro-Life Successes to 56 in 2014 Elections


  By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The final count is in. A judge in Arizona has announced that National Right to Life-endorsed retired Air Force Col. Martha McSally (R) has defeated pro-abortion Rep. Ron Barber (D)