Little children, soft hearts, and precious moments

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  By Dave Andrusko Our middle daughter, Joanna, was married last Friday. Our youngest, Louisa, was the maid of honor and delivered a tribute that we will all remember forever. Below is the conclusion of an editorial that appeared in

Pro-abortionists pervert “ice-bucket challenge” like they do everything else

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  By Dave Andrusko As my wife put it this morning, we are re-entering the world we had blissfully ignored for five glorious days while we prepared for and then celebrated the marriage of our middle daughter. Talk about going

N.J. judge moves to permanently revoke abortionist Steven Brigham’s license

Abortionist Steven Brigham

  By Dave Andrusko For the second time in the 20+ year career of notorious abortionist Steven Brigham, New Jersey prosecutors have tried to yank his license for performing abortions started in one state and ended in another. The first

Richard Dawkins: It is immoral to NOT abort babies with Down syndrome

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  By Cassy Fiano Richard Dawkins, the outspoken atheist, has triggered outrage after he announced on Twitter that it would be immoral to bring a baby with Down syndrome into the world. The conversation started when Dawkins slammed Ireland for

Louisiana abortion clinics file suit to stop “Unsafe Abortion Protection Act” from taking effect

Louisiana State  Rep. Katrina Jackson (D-Monroe), author of H.B. 388, the “Unsafe Abortion Protection Act.”

  By Dave Andrusko National Right to Life News Today has closely followed Louisiana’s H.B. 388 authored by Rep. Katrina Jackson (D-Monroe), known as the “Unsafe Abortion Protection Act.” HB 388, which is now law and scheduled to go into

Can Democrats escape the downward pull of a failing President?

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  By Dave Andrusko Talk about variations on a theme. The headline to Washington Post columnist Chris Cillizza’s commentary—with very few alterations—could be the opening for countless other musings about our beleaguered 44th President: “‘Disconnected Obama’ needs to change conversation

California Forces Catholic Universities to Cover All Abortion

Pro-Abortion California Gov. Jerry Brown

  By Wesley J. Smith I told you this was coming. Now, Jerry Brown has decided to force two Catholic universities to cover abortion in their health insurance. From the San Francisco Chronicle story: Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration has reversed

Cartoons, Cupcakes and Chalk: Six Pro-Life Ideas for Youth

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  By Micaiah Bilger, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Lifeline October is Respect Life Month. What better time to get your youth group, Sunday school class, or children/grandchildren involved in speaking out for the right to life? Here are six

An Open Letter to New Brunswick Liberal Leader Brian Gallant

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  Editor’s note. The following letter was published August 19 in the Daily Gleaner, a newspaper that serves Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Brian Gallant is the leader of the New Brunswick Liberal Association. Peter Ryan is the Executive Director, New

“How self-righteousness and cold rationalizations blur distinctions between man and monster”

Abortionist Steven Brigham

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran earlier this year. It is particularly relevant both because it helps us understand how abortionists who maim women continue in business and because Steven Brigham (who we write about elsewhere today) has

Pregnant couples who plan to abort Down syndrome babies defend their choice

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  By Sarah Terzo By now, most pro-lifers have heard the cruel and elitist comments made by Richard Dawkins about aborting Down syndrome babies. Dawkins claims that the “ethical” choice is to abort all babies with Down syndrome, even though

Swiss suicide tourism doubles in four years

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  By Michael Cook The numbers of ‘suicide tourists’ going to Switzerland to take their own lives has doubled in four years, reports a study published online in the Journal of Medical Ethics. Germans and British make up the bulk