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Holocaust Memorial Day – 27 January 2015


  By Peter Saunders Editor’s note. 70 years ago tomorrow the Allies liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp. The following was

Keep On Keeping On

National Right to Life President Carol Tobias

by Carol Tobias, National Right to Life President Yesterday, the 42nd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, was a day of mixed

Washington Post’s agenda clear in its slanted coverage of March for Life


By Dave Andrusko    You would think—or maybe not—that just to change things up, the

Abortion language and abortion coverage


By Dave Andrusko Over the years we’ve learned from and quoted from “Get Religion,” because it addresses how too many journalists use—and

Millions view time-lapse video of a mom’s entire nine-month pregnancy

By Dave Andrusko I readily confess I am a pushover when it comes to time-lapse videos that

Autos for Life rolls into 2015!


By David N. O’Steen, Jr. Editor’s note. This appeared in the January digital edition of National Right to Life News. The

A must read for pro-life activists: “The State of Abortion in America, 2015”


By Dave Andrusko    There is such a rush leading up to the January

Mother ignores advice to abort, Alfie now healthy baby

By Dave Andrusko   Stories of mothers who refuse to listen to those who counsel abortion are among

DREDF’s Marilyn Golden Speaks Out Against CA Assisted Suicide Bill Introduced Wednesday

Marilyn Golden

Editor’s note. This appeared Wednesday on the website of the disability rights organization, Not

Witnesses to abortion reveal its horrors


By Sarah Terzo Sometimes authors of magazines are allowed to witness abortions in the course of writing articles. Sometimes medical students who

Taxpayer funded abortion ban, abortion facility licensing top MCCL legislative agenda


Thousands of marchers mark 42 years of abortion on demand, 57 million unborn children killed ST.

Woman sees picture, decides not to abort her baby

Editor’s note. This appeared at “I was 9 weeks when I went. I was thinking to myself