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Pro-lifers “are the antidote to the present darkness”

It's cheaper to euthanize the ill and dying than to care for them, suggests the report.

Editor’s note. This editorial appeared on page two of the March digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the issue in its entirety and pass stories along to your pro-life friends and family. It

Pro-abortion Howard Dean counsels Democrats to continue excluding pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko In a separate post today we pick up on the ongoing fallout (fascinating, by the way) to a pro-life op-ed that appeared in the New York Times. Particularly, by way of preview, on the insistence that a

Pro-lifers have won the intellectual battle over abortion

Michael Novak

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. In the last few days, two very different people passed away. Norma McCorvey–the “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade–died last Saturday. We have several posts abut Norma today. The day before, theological, author, public philosopher

France makes it official: fines and prison sentences for pro-lifers who practice free speech online

Laurence Rossignol

By Dave Andrusko It had all the signs of a done-deal last December–and it got done today. By a show of hands, French lawmakers passed a law this morning (in the loaded description of Politico.eu ] “sanctioning websites that aim

Why I March: Reflections on the March for Life

By Elizabeth Spillman, StandUpGirl.com This past Friday, I was honored to be able to participate in my 7th March for Life in our nation’s Capital. While traveling from my home in Oregon to Washington D.C. for the March, I had

The beauty the sacrifices of pro-lifers add to our world

By Dave Andrusko These are awfully exciting days for pro-lifers. Short-term none will be more momentous than today when President Donald Trump announces his selection to fill the seat previously held by the late, great Justice Antonin Scalia. We talk

“Not in Eight Years”

On the eve of the March for Life, NRL Political Director Karen Cross and American Victims of Abortion founder Olivia Gans Turner spoke last night to an enthusiastic group of students from Pinecrest Academy.

By Dave Andrusko It’s funny how a profound truth that you already “know” can just jump up on you when described in a different manner. I was on the elliptical this morning, watching Fox News, when someone said, “Not in

Pro-lifers flock to Minnesota Capitol for 44th MCCL March for Life, urge lawmakers to protect unborn children

March commemorates 44 years of abortion on demand, 59 million unborn children killed ST. PAUL — A passionate crowd of Minnesotans descended on the State Capitol Sunday to urge lawmakers to protect unborn children. Mild weather and high hopes for

All the preface is wrong, but pro-abortionist’s conclusion grasps why pro-lifers continue to win

By Dave Andrusko If you are a pro-abortion partisan looking over what is (for you) a bleak horizon, how are you going to explain how pro-lifers keep winning and you keep losing? It can’t be that the anti-life troops with

Appreciating the magnitude of what grassroots pro-lifers have accomplished

By Dave Andrusko Having read six separate posts about the release this week of the Guttmacher Institute’s report on the continuing reduction in the number of abortions, the reader might ask, why would NRL News Today feel the need to again

Looking back at how far the Movement has come in four years

By Dave Andrusko We are two days out from the inauguration of pro-life President-elect Donald Trump, four days from the 44th anniversary of the calamitous Roe v. Wade decision, and one day removed from the Guttmacher Institute’s report that the

The many reasons for cheer and optimism in 2017

By Dave Andrusko The headline ought to make your chest swell with pride: “New year, same dedication — 2017 is bright for the pro-life movement,” by Ashley McGuire. Writing for The Hill, Ms. McGuire offers a checklist of reasons for