Category Archives: Politics

Virginia NARAL welcomes new abortion business. Your votes on Tuesday can stop it!

(Left to Right) Pro-lifers Jill Vogel, Ed Gillespie, and John Adams

By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) This morning I received news that an abortion business from Texas, the so-called Whole Women’s Health, is preparing to open a new abortion facility in Charlottesville.

The 2018 Minnesota elections will be crucial for life

By Scott Fischbach, Executive Director, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) You’ve probably heard about the recent legal battle between the state Legislature and Gov. Mark Dayton. It’s not unlike the battle pro-lifers in Minnesota have been

On to a pro-life victory in Virginia November 7!

(Left to right) Oliva Gans Turner, president, Virginia Society for Human Life, Ed Gillespie, and Karen Cross, NRLC Political Director

By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) Leroy Carhart. Do you know that name? If you are a dedicated pro-lifer you need to. He is the brazen abortionist who is boldly performing abortions

Pro-Life Gillespie leads pro-abortion Northam by 8 points in newest poll

In contest to succeed pro-abortion Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe By Dave Andrusko The recent very good news for Ed Gillespie, the NRLC-endorsed candidate for governor of Virginia, should not surprise anyone, at least not anyone who remembers

Why Democrats are very correct to be very “jittery” about next month’s governor’s contest in Virginia

By Dave Andrusko Very few people intently watch politics in the “off-years”–the elections which take place in the two years between presidential elections. Even fewer will pay attention this year when only Virginia and New Jersey hold

Embracing abortion extremism, Democrats toss aside a strong majority of Americans

Ross Douthat

By Dave Andrusko Over the next few days we’ll take a look at the criticism (which is neither new nor persuasive) of the science undergirding the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. As regular readers know, HR 36

Virginia’s 2017 Governor’s Race: Where do the Candidates stand on Life?

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director On November 7, Virginians will decide whether they will vote for a governor who will protect unborn children in the Commonwealth, or whether they will vote for a

Virginia’s 2017 Governor Race: Will your vote count for the babies?

(Left to right) Oliva Gans Turner, president, Virginia Society for Human Life, Ed Gillespie, and Karen Cross, NRLC Political Director

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director On November 7, Virginians will decide whether they will vote to protect unborn children in the Commonwealth, or whether they will line themselves up in agreement with those

Pro-life Gillespie narrowly ahead in Va. Gubernatorial contest in latest Monmouth poll

Pro-life Ed Gillespie (left) and pro-abortion Ralph Northam

By Dave Andrusko I live in Virginia so I knew from the get-go that the gubernatorial contest between pro-life Republican Ed Gillespie and pro-abortion Democrat Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam would be a barn-burner right down to November

Flanagan’s abortion advocacy not right for Minnesota

Pro-abortion gubernatorial candidate Tim Walz and his running mate pro-abortion Rep. Peggy Flanagan

Gubernatorial candidate Walz selects running mate aligned with his abortion extremism ST. PAUL — State Rep. Peggy Flanagan does not share the will of most Minnesotans to protect innocent unborn human life, according to Minnesota Citizens Concerned

Pro-life Gillespie draws even with pro-abortion Northam in Virginia

Pro-life Ed Gillespie (left) and pro-abortion Ralph Northam

By Dave Andrusko A pitch for money by incumbent pro-abortion Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia , who is not up for re-election until 2018, drew me to a Suffolk University Poll which also talks about this year’s race

Pro-abortion Kaine chooses to be blind to the truly “least of these,” the unborn child

Pro-abortion Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.)

By Dave Andrusko I suppose it is only to state the obvious that a writer will gear his argument, his rhetoric, and the volume with which he makes his pitch depending on the audience he is trying