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Hillary Clinton’s dismal “Town Hall” performance


By Dave Andrusko The Washington Post runs a column under the headline, “Who had the worst week in Washington,” typically choosing an individual who had… a really bad week. If there was an award for “Who had the worst day

What does the public think about appointing Barack Obama to the Supreme Court?

By Dave Andrusko    A couple of weeks ago we posted about Hillary Clinton’s response to an inquiry whether (given that the next president could easily have several nominations to the Supreme Court) she’d consider President Obama. According to Tony

The Push to Violate Religious Objections against participating in Assisted Suicide

David Grube, a national medical director for Compassion and Choices

By WESLEY J. SMITH When seeking to convince a wary public to legalize assisted suicide, euthanasia pushers ooze with promises and assurances that it will only be a last resort–never actually a legal requirement–and that doctors and religious facilities can

Congressional-Executive Commission on China Holds Hearing Addresses Gendercide in China

Julie Ford Brenning, the Director of Research & China Outreach for the organization, Give Her Life

Editor’s note. This analysis/summary was provided by the office of Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ). WASHINGTON, DC – The problem of “gendercide”—the deliberate extermination of a girl child simply because she happens to be a girl—was the topic of a hearing

Will “Ultrasound” be aired on Super Bowl Sunday?


By Dave Andrusko   Remember how we posted about a life-affirming  Doritos ad that could  air on Super Bowl Sunday. What I didn’t realize, but should have, is that we won’t know if “Ultrasound” is the winner until three days

Critical Abortion Vote in Northern Ireland Next Week


Editor’s note. This update was provided by the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues.   In an unexpected move, Northern Ireland’s Legislative Assembly will vote next week on legislation to legalize abortion.   Two amendments introduced to pending legislation would change

Gallup says there are now more Red States than Blue States


By Dave Andrusko   How’s this for a corker of a lead? When Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, 35 states were solidly Democratic or leaning that way, according to Gallup’s analysis of party affiliation out Wednesday. What a

Clinton speaks briefly, and ominously, about physician-assisted suicide


By Dave Andrusko   A very brief last post of the day. Most of our NRL News Today readers know of and probably watch CSPAN. I don’t know how many know you can listen to C-SPAN as well. The last

When do we get our euthanasia app?

BY PETER STOCKLAND Euthanasia? Assisted suicide? There’s an app for that. Or there soon might be in Canada, the executive director of the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) told a joint Senate-Commons committee this week. The committee is studying legislative

Texas Right to Life files amicus brief in support of House Bill 2


By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from a post that ran at Texas Right to Life is NRLC’s state affiliate. Washington, D.C.– Texas Right to Life and Texas Eagle Forum have filed an amicus

The Importance of November, the importance of you


By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This appears in the January digital edition of National Right to Life News. Like all of the exciting content, it can be accessed at Please forward to your social media contacts. I remember

Five Takeaways from Sunday’s Democratic presidential debate

Pro-abortion Sen. Bernie Sanders and  pro-abortion former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

By Dave Andrusko I confess that I arrived late last night to the debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders (yes, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley was there but he could just as easily been a potted plant). But this

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