Category Archives: Politics

Presidents’ Day and Abortion

Pro-life President Donald Trump

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Monday is “Presidents’ Day.” Before I joined the pro-life movement, I thought the President had little to do with the issue of abortion. I believed that abortion was a

The steep price Democrats pay for defending “late term” abortions

By Dave Andrusko New York Times columnist David Brooks is the kind of “conservative” places like PBS love to tout. He challenges few liberal orthodoxies (in most cases, he agrees) but allows PBS to check the “we-have-a-conservative-in-house”

“Sherrod Brown is out of touch with Ohioans, and his views do not represent us”

By Ohio Right to Life Last night, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) voted against a bill that would protect babies from the horrific violence of late-term abortions at the point that they can feel pain (20 weeks gestation!).

2018 Election: What if pro-abortion Democrats took back the U.S. House?

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Editor’s note. This appears in the current edition of National Right to Life News. Be sure to read the entire edition and share its contents with your pro-life family and friends.

Five simple things you can do to make a difference in the 2018 Elections

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Next Monday is the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and our thoughts and prayers are for the more than 60 million unborn babies who have lost their

The only “appalling” thing about Maria Caulfield’s appointment is the hysterical pro-abortion reaction to it

By Alithea Williams Yesterday, in the [British] Government’s much anticipated reshuffle, Maria Caulfield, Conservative MP for Lewes, was appointed as the Conservative Party’s Vice-Chair for women. If, like me, you had never heard of there being such

2018 Has Arrived! A look at the Upcoming Senate Elections

Sen. Hatch’s retirement makes three open pro-life US Senate seats By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The ball dropped in Times Square, Christmas has passed, children are heading back to school, and 2018 has

Sen. Franken’s resignation creates lifesaving opportunity 2018 offers unique chance to advance the cause of life

By Bill Poehler “ONCE IN A LIFETIME” opportunities rarely come around a second time. But MCCL has that second opportunity right now—and its potential is enormous! FRANKEN SEAT OPEN The resignation of pro-abortion extremist Sen. Al Franken

Why abortion is different from other political issues

By Paul Stark When voters decide which candidates to elect to public office, they often consider a range of important political issues. But not all issues should carry the same weight. Abortion is different from other issues

“Reclaiming Hope” or re-writing history?

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. There is so much in this post which ran a year ago that remains relevant that I thought you might enjoy a second look as we close out 2017. There’s been a

A powerful reminder that truly every vote counts

Recount changes political balance in Va. By Dave Andrusko All my children are adults now, and as a result able to vote. To the best of my knowledge, with very few exceptions, they have participated in every

Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life launches campaign to expose Tina Smith’s record of abortion advocacy

By Paul Stark MINNEAPOLIS, MN — The state’s largest pro-life organization is launching a radio ad campaign to inform Minnesotans about U.S. Senate appointee Tina Smith’s record of advocacy for unlimited abortion. Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life