In Pro-life Louisiana, There’s No Excuse for Re-electing a Senator Who Voted 100% Pro-abortion This Term!


  5th in a series of e-blasts highlighting the key U.S. Senate races the National Right to Life Victory Fund is working to win to gain pro-life control of the U.S. Senate. Louisiana is as deeply pro-life as any state

New $9 million Planned Parenthood Clinic in Queens Expects Big Abortion Business

Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards and Joan Malin, chief executive, Planned Parenthood of New York City

  By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research Though abortions are significantly down in the U.S. as a whole, business is booming at Planned Parenthood. Even while abortions have dropped to totals and rates not seen

District Judge gives OK to Oklahoma law regulating chemical abortifacients

Pro-life Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin

  By Dave Andrusko Earlier this month, NRL News Today reported on two challenges by pro-abortion groups brought against laws passed by the Oklahoma legislature and signed into law by pro-life Gov. Mary Fallin. Today District Judge Robert Stuart rejected

Make Our Founding Fathers Proud

National Right to Life President Carol Tobias

  By Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life Editor’s note. This appears on page three of the October digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read this and every other story and column in the “pro-life

Miraculous twins born to woman who didn’t know she was pregnant


  By Nancy Flanders When Shelby Magnani went to a walk-in clinic with stomach pains, she was completed unprepared for the great news that was coming. Not only was she six months pregnant and didn’t know it, but she was

The Canadian Liberals in Prince Edward Island get it but Justin Trudeau doesn’t

Justin Trudeau

  By Mike Schouten, campaign director Editor’s note. This appeared on the webpage of the Canadian pro-life organization, WeNeedaLAW. Justin Trudeau is the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. Why is Justin Trudeau meddling in the provincial health matters

“Bringing Abortion Stigma into Focus” by ignoring the real reasons people disapprove of abortions


  By Dave Andrusko Let me get this straight. Studies in “the academic journal Women & Health” are to be treated as “objective” because it is “academic,” even though all the contributors to “Bringing Abortion Stigma into Focus” are passionately

“Repeat Abortions” versus “Multiple Abortions”: call them what you will, pro-abortionists defend them unwaveringly

Steph Herold

  By Dave Andrusko As we mentioned at “Bringing Abortion Stigma into Focus” by ignoring the real reasons people disapprove of abortions, Steph Herold is the author of an article appearing on describing a “Special Issue” of Women &

Unconscious Patient Heard End Care Push


  By Wesley J. Smith Sometimes, I think, the medical system is in too big a rush to assume that people with brain damage are out and gone. This is the fruit of a “quality of life” value system that

There can be dignity in all states of life

Catherine Frazee

  Editor’s note. This article was published in the Ottawa Citizen on October 15. By Catherine Frazee In his article of Oct. 9, Desmond Tutu emphasizes the importance of language on the sensitive issue of medically assisted dying. In the

“Danny’s Downs But Love Is Up”

Michael Kelly Blanchard

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month. As an acknowledgement of the importance of this, we are running for the most part new stories. However, as today, we occasionally dip back into the past to

The Biology of Prenatal Development: Must Viewing


  By Dave Andrusko I do my best to link our readers to the best educational resources, the kind that I use and recommend to my friends and family. Well, one example—a terrific example—is which I was looking at just