Category Archives: Politics

Traitor Joe

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Has Senator Manchin betrayed the babies? By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Editor’s note. This appears in the July digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the entire 37-page issue and pass stories along

Michigan Sen. Stabenow’s record on abortion-on-demand

Editor’s note. This is provided by Right to Life of Michigan, NRLC’s state affiliate. Senator Debbie Stabenow’s position on abortion is that it should be legal up to and including the process of birth, and that women should be able

Today in history: 33 years ago Mondale chooses Geraldine Ferraro to be his running mate

By Dave Andrusko I received terrific feedback for my quasi-whimsical story yesterday about the talk I gave to a group of pro-life youngsters: “’Friends,’ evergreen content, and the beauty of the pro-life message.” If you missed it, I hope you

NRL 2017 and “the Battle Before Us,” Part Two

A despondent CNN panel on Tuesday night when pro-life Republican Karen Handel defeated pro-abortino Democrat Jon Ossoff.

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Editor’s note. These remarks were part of a Friday General Session at NRLC’s annual convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Part One ran on Thursday. So what is the status of the United States House of

NRL 2017 and “the Battle Before Us,” Part One

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Editor’s note. These remarks were part of a Friday General Session at NRLC’s annual convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Part Two will run Friday. The theme of today’s general session is “The Battle Before Us.”

Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey joins the “Hall of Shame”

Sen. Bob Casey, Jr.

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation When it comes to pro-life votes, U.S. Senator Bob Casey, Jr. has entered the “Hall of Shame.” The son of the late Pennsylvania pro-life hero, Gov. Robert Casey, Sr., has voted not

The Democratic Party, political sclerosis, and a party in crisis

Pro-abortion House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday we wrote about how pro-life Republicans had run the table against pro-abortionists in four special congressional elections to replace sitting pro-life members of Congress whom President Donald Trump had asked to join his Administration. Among the

National Right to Life Congratulates Pro-life Karen Handel for Victory in Georgia’s Bellwether Election

Five for Five pro-life wins in 2017 elections WASHINGTON – National Right to Life congratulates pro-life Republican Karen Handel for her solid win against pro-abortion Democrat Jon Ossoff in today’s highly publicized special election for Tom Price’s seat in Georgia.

NRLC-endorsed Ralph Norman defeats militant pro-abortionist in South Carolina’s Fifth Congressional District

By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life Exactly 64 years after the day he was born, Ralph Warren Norman Jr. was elected as the pro-life endorsed candidate to the 5th Congressional District of South Carolina. Not only

The day after Georgia 6: Six conclusions about an all important pro-life win

A despondent CNN panel on Tuesday night when pro-life Republican Karen Handel defeated pro-abortino Democrat Jon Ossoff.

By Dave Andrusko The screenshot that accompanies this post was all over the Internet last night–and today. Taken by a deputy assistant to the president, on the National Security Council staff, it shows a decidedly unhappy (and virulently anti-Donald Trump)

June 20: Georgia 6 special election: The Nation is Watching

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director On Tuesday, June 20, pro-life Karen Handel and pro-abortion Jon Ossoff will battle it out for Tom Price’s seat in Georgia’s sixth congressional district. National Right to Life has endorsed Karen

National Right to Life endorses Ralph Norman in SC 5 Special Election

WASHINGTON – National Right to Life has endorsed Ralph Norman (R) following the special election in South Carolina’s 5th congressional district to replace former Rep. Mick Mulvaney, who was confirmed as the new Director of the Office of Management and