Category Archives: Politics

National Right to Life endorses Karen Handel in Georgia runoff

Former Secretary of State Karen Handel with Karen Cross, political director of National Right to Life

WASHINGTON – National Right to Life has endorsed Karen Handel (R) following the special election in Georgia’s sixth congressional district to replace former Rep. Tom Price, who was confirmed as the new Secretary of Health and Human Services. “National Right

“If you didn’t believe that elections have consequences….”

By Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life Editor’s note. This appears on page three of the April digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share this story, and the entire 38-page issue, with pro-life friends and family.

Pro-Life Ron Estes defeats Pro-abortion James Thompson in Kansas special election

Congressman-elect Ron Estes

By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Kansans for Life (KFL) congratulates the fourth district for electing pro-life State Treasurer, Ron Estes, to replace outgoing Congressman Mike Pompeo who is now director of the CIA. On Tuesday Estes defeated

Pro-Lifers win Kansas 4, first of special elections

Pro-life Kansas state Treasurer Ron Estes (R) with Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director. National Right to Life endorsed Ron Estes in the Kansas 4 special election.

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director In a genuine pro-life/pro-abortion contest, state Treasurer Ron Estes (R), who was endorsed by National Right to Life and Kansans for Life, defeated attorney Jim Thompson (D) in the April 11

Vote April 11 in Kansas 4 special election between Pro-Life Ron Estes and Pro-Abortion James Thompson

Pro-life Kansas state Treasurer Ron Estes (R) with Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director. National Right to Life endorsed Ron Estes in the Kansas 4 special election.

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Tuesday’s special election in Kansas’ 4th Congressional District to replace pro-life Rep. Mike Pompeo (R) is of particular interest to pro-lifers. It is the first special election to take place since

Gubernatorial Candidate Tina Liebling does not protect unborn lives

Minnesota State Rep. Tina Liebling

Her abortion advocacy out of touch with Minnesotans ST. PAUL — State Rep. Tina Liebling does not share with most Minnesotans their desire to protect innocent unborn human life, according to Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), the state’s oldest

2017 Special Elections

Pro-life Kansas state Treasurer Ron Estes (R) with Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director. National Right to Life endorsed Ron Estes in the Kansas 4 special election.

Great Pro-Life opportunities abound By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Following the 2016 presidential election, there are an unusually large number of federal special elections because President Donald Trump chose various members of Congress to fill cabinet

Gubernatorial candidate Tim Walz not right for Minnesota

Pro-abortion Rep. Tim Walz (D-Mn)

Abortion extremism won’t appeal to citizens ST. PAUL — Rep. Tim Walz, who announced his run for governor this morning, has compiled an extreme voting record on abortion that places him far outside the mainstream of Minnesotans, according to Minnesota

2018 U.S. Senate Elections

Great Pro-Life opportunities abound By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Editor’s note. This appeared on page one in the February digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the entire 39-page edition and pass it

Senate confirms Dr. Price as HHS secretary

Rep. Tom Price

By Dave Andrusko It took another marathon session but at 2:00 this morning the Senate finally confirmed Rep. Tom Price to be the new secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. The vote, strictly along party lines (with

Pro-abortion Democrats: seething in anger and awash in divisions

By Dave Andrusko The stories make for an interesting—and frightening– juxtaposition. The Democrats trying to find their way out of the electoral wilderness (while ever-so-gently acknowledging that the Obama presidency was a disaster for their party) and what Amber Phillips

Sessions confirmed as AG, Price filibuster broken

Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump

By Dave Andrusko The slow but steady advance against pro-abortion Senate Democrat obstructionism took two steps forward last night. As NRL News Today reported late in the evening, the Senate voted to confirm pro-life Sen. Jeff Sessions as the next