The Prolife Counter-Witness to Roe v. Wade

Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadephia

By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. Editor’s note. We are 52 days away from the 44th anniversary of the hideous Roe v. Wade decision. This month we will largely post stories previously written about the commemoration. Next month we

Important Louisiana Runoff Elections are Dec. 10


Early Voting Ends Saturday Editor’s note. This alert is provided by Louisiana Right to Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. Louisiana will have a new United States Senator on Dec. 10, either Republican State Treasurer John Kennedy or Democratic Public Service Commissioner

For abortion advocates Pro-death=Pro-family


By Dave Andrusko You can take this to the bank. Responding to a criticism of their movement, once a pro-abortion activist says, “Nothing could be further from the truth,” their evasive rebuttal inevitably invites the response that indeed “nothing could

Sam Oosterhoff is the youngest Canadian ever elected to the legislature—and he’s Pro-Life!

Sam Oosterhoff

By Texas Right to Life On November 17, 19-year-old Sam Oosterhoff won an Ontario byelection to become the youngest Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) in Ontario history. Oosterhoff, who took a year off from his studies at Brock University to

Legal assisted suicide too vulnerable to abuse

John Kelly

Editor’s note. The following letter by John Kelly was published in the Cape Cod Times on November 28. Mr. Kelly is a disability rights activist and director of “Second Thoughts.” To the Editor: Proponents of legalization like Elias Lieberman (My

Silver Screen is Rejecting “Gosnell,” But Here’s a Silver Lining


By Jay Hobbs Editor’s note. Yesterday we posted a story about how the makers of “Gosnell” cannot find a distributor for their forthcoming movie about the West Philadelphia abortionist who was convicted of three counts of first degree murder. What

Abortion, “dirty work,” and the ever-changing font


By Dave Andrusko At NRL News Today we regularly post about how abortion is portrayed in popular culture. An area we perhaps do not pay enough attention to is fiction. Take “Dirty Work,” written by Gabriel Weston which I have

Saying “Adoption – Not Abortion” and Really Meaning It


By Joleigh Little , Teens for Life Director, Wisconsin Right to Life Adoption — not abortion. Those three words are easy to say. So easy, in fact, that I said them, almost as a matter of rote, for decades. But

NRLC Praises Selection of Rep. Tom Price as Secretary of Health & Human Services

Rep. Tom Price, M.D.

WASHINGTON – The National Right to Life Committee is praising President-elect Donald Trump’s selection of U.S. Rep. Tom Price, M.D., (R-GA) to serve as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. “Dr. Tom Price will bring to the

Pro-abortion Nancy Pelosi remains House Minority Leader

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

By Dave Andrusko Under the category of “What is the definition of insanity–doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different results”–House Democrats this morning gave militant pro-abortionist Nancy Pelosi (Ca.) another term as House Minority Leader.

Producers of “Gosnell” movie are planning an independent release to get around Hollywood’s blatant “coverup”


By Dave Andrusko When last we wrote about “Gosnell,” a movie in the making about the West Philadelphia abortionist convicted of three counts of first-degree murder, co-producer Ann McElhinney was in Ireland as the key note speaker at the Pro

Abortion, the 2016 elections, and pro-life grit


By Dave Andrusko The Abortion Community has a soft spot in what passes for its heart for itinerant abortionist Willie Parker. He parachutes into locales where killing unborn babies is not popular (Alabama and Mississippi) and he flashes the badge

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