What do the numbers tell us about how the faithful voted in 2014?


  By Dave Andrusko Although the election was almost three weeks ago, there is still plenty to ruminate on, especially when you take second and third looks at national exit polling. Chris Cillizza is a political reporter for the Washington

Abortion and forgiveness


  By Dave Andrusko When I mention that you can read an article that I am drawing from in its entirety, I do so because my goal truly is to convince you to go to the original. That is particularly

Abandoned newborn survives days at the bottom of a storm drain in record heat in Australia


  By Dave Andrusko When a newborn child is abandoned, almost by definition his or her survival is a miracle. But when the child is abandoned in the bottom of a drain in a suburb of Sydney, Australia, and left

New Jersey Assembly vote for doctor-prescribed suicide raises threat of nonvoluntary euthanasia


  By Burke J. Balch, J.D., director, National Right to Life’s Powell Center for Medical Ethics Editor’s note. This story appeared in the post-election digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read the entire 34 page issue

“Compassion and Choices”: Trying to turn Thanksgiving into a mope-fest


  By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Trip to Grandma’s? A cooking marathon? A touch football game? Leave it to the hope-killers of the suicide movement to take one of the great things in life

“I thank everyone who supported me and my baby”


  Editor’s note. This appeared today at blog.secularprolife.org. This Thanksgiving week, Secular Pro-Life is giving a few guests the opportunity to thank the pro-life heroes in their lives. First up is Valerie Lopez, a Texas A & M University student

Pro-life initiative shows the beauty of choosing adoption


  By Lauren Enriquez Saturday, November 22 was National Adoption Day. For pro-lifers, adoption is an integral component in transforming the culture and ensuring that every life is cherished. Because of adoption, families are made whole, and mothers in unplanned

Former clinic worker describes aborting baby

20 week old unborn baby

  By Sarah Terzo Former clinic worker Zlata blogs about her time in the abortion industry [1]: I remember assisting, once in particular, in the operating room at the clinic where I had been a medical assistant for six years.

Media Indifferent to Euthanasia Victimized Families

Dr. Tom Mortier

  By Wesley J. Smith Imagine you are at work, going about your day. The phone rings. You pick up and it is a mortuary informing you they have your mother’s body. “What do you mean you have my mother’s

Vermont Legislative Leaders Who Pushed Legalization of Doctor-Prescribed Suicide Lose Seats in 2014 Elections

Vermont Lt. Governor, Phil Scott

  “It has not been widely published, but Vermont proponents of the law to allow doctor-prescribed suicide (Act 39) were almost defeated or soundly defeated in the November 2014 elections,” stated Heather Weininger, Executive Director of Wisconsin Right to Life.

We need pregnancy options centres


  By Mike Schouten, Campaign Director, WeNeedaLAW.ca Christians who strive to live by the Scriptures will know that the two greatest commandments are to love the Lord with heart, soul and mind, and to love their neighbours as themselves (Mark

Ohio Department of Health grants variance to Cincinnati abortion clinic to operate without patient-transfer agreement with nearby hospital

The Elizabeth Campbell Surgical Center

  By Dave Andrusko Cincinnati’s lone remaining abortion clinic has withdrawn its lawsuit against the state when the Ohio Department of Health granted The Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio’s Elizabeth Campbell Surgical Center a variance from the requirement that it