Biden campaign asks pro-abortion Sen. Klobuchar to “undergo vetting to be a potential running mate.”

By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortion Joe Biden has promised to choose a woman to be his running mate. A number of names have been floated, but there are reports today his campaigning is vetting two. One is pro-abortion Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar. According to Patrick Condon, reporting for the Star Tribune, her hometown newspaper, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, …

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Groundbreaking Law Approved in Oklahoma

National Right to Life Model Law Prevents Health Care Payers from Using Discriminatory Criteria WASHINGTON — Yesterday, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (R) signed a groundbreaking new law preventing discriminatory denial of health care to persons with disabilities or chronic illness. The “Nondiscrimination in Health Care Coverage Act,” which is based on model legislation drafted by …

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A puff piece celebrating the willingness of young Ob-Gyns to abort the very same patients they were trained to deliver

By Dave Andrusko Albert Mohler is the President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a brilliantly articulate pro-life advocate. I owe the following to a story from the Tampa Bay Times he discussed in detail Thursday on his daily briefing. The story, written a wildly sympathetic Claire McNeill, is headlined, “Young doctors find a calling …

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Born 14 weeks premature, “little warrior” Karter King will be coming home soon

By Dave Andrusko When a baby is born weighing barely a pound—and 14 weeks premature—it wouldn’t be surprising to hear that doctors at Cook Children’s Hospital in Texas were not optimistic he would survive his first week. But Karter King was not your ordinary preemie. WFAA announced the happy news that on May 13, the …

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Will closure of a Planned Parenthood center lead to new facility in a different location that performs abortions?

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation After more than three decades of operation, a Planned Parenthood center in south central Pennsylvania is shutting its doors. But pro-life advocates fear the closure may be only temporary—and that the operators of the Lancaster facility, which has not performed abortions, may be shopping for a …

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Opposition to abortion is “sacrosanct” for young Republicans, New York Times concedes

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This editorial appears on page two of the May digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the entire 40-page compilation of news stories, commentary, analyses, and editorial and pass them along to pro-life family and friends. Job #1 for the pro-abortion media is defeating President Trump. Not exactly …

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Chinese biotech firm boasts about ‘screening out’ Down syndrome children as huge moneymaker

The company brags that it has the technology in place to ‘avoid the birth of them’ and happily acknowledges the procedure is a ‘cash cow.’ By Doug Mainwaring A spokeswoman for a Chinese biotech company boasted that helping expectant parents around the world to “screen out” Down syndrome babies before they can be born is …

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What could make a mother more supportive of “later abortions”?

Counterintuitively, that her own preemie survives (and thrives)! By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Today’s look back at the background for a story that ran a year ago astounds me to this day. Coming from a perspective that enshrines  “choice,” if there is any sure thing, it is that no matter what the outcome, the decision …

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“Lockdown gave me time to torture myself with thoughts of a baby that will never exist”: DIY home abortion heartbreak

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children The lonely and tragic reality faced by women undergoing a DIY home abortion during the Coronavirus lockdown has been revealed through the testimony of one young woman. The anonymous writer, who was left alone at home during lockdown to perform her own abortion under the Government’s …

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Catholic medical practice is the great impediment to the culture-subverting mission of the bioethics movement

By Wesley J. Smith I have been following — and criticizing — the bioethics movement for more than twenty years. As I see it, the mainstream view seeks to instill a utilitarianist philosophy on both the ethics of medicine and the public policies of health care, including where “common morality” — as the views of …

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