Judge hears challenge to three pro-life Arkansas laws

By Dave Andrusko With three pro-life laws scheduled to go into effect tomorrow, U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker heard the state of Arkansas defend its legislation against a lawsuit brought by Planned Parenthood and the ACLU in a hearing that lasted all day Monday. PPFA and the ACLU represents Little Rock Family Planning and Planned …

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The electoral price Democrats will pay for their abortion absolutism

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears in the current digital edition of National Right to Life News, “the pro-life newspaper of record.” Please share the contents of this powerful 49-page issue with your pro-life family and friends. We count on you to “spread the word.” What a day we live in. Even Michael Wear, …

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A Pro-Life Vocation: Teaching should be about touching the future, not killing it

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation To teach is to touch the future. So true. My former students are now coding software, engineering structures, managing businesses, and dispensing prescriptions. They are mothers, fathers, consumers, and citizens active in my community and in many others. Occasional chance meetings allow me to learn where some …

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Pregnant teen shot in face for refusing abortion survives, now has a healthy baby

By Lisa Bourne July 22, 2019 – A Florida teen shot in the face by her boyfriend last year after refusing to abort her unborn child has recovered, had her baby, and wants to make a difference for other young people facing abusive situations. Naomi Rosado considers her son Landyn, now around eight months old, …

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Looking ahead to next week’s second debate among Democratic candidates for president

By Dave Andrusko You might ask yourself (as I did before I began this post), what difference does it make, why should we bother to watch, when every one of the 20 Democrats who will be on the stage July 30 and July 31 in Detroit are hard-core pro-abortion? There are many excellent reasons to …

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National Right to Life praises Trump and Republican Congressional Leaders for Bipartisan Budget Deal

The bipartisan two-year budget and debt-ceiling deal reached yesterday protects all pro-life riders such as the Hyde Amendment. National Right to Life praises President Donald Trump and the Republican congressional leadership for this important action. “We thank House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for all of their hard work in …

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Priorities are twisted when pets have more protections than people

By Kathleen M. Gallagher Editor’s note. This first appeared in The Evangelist, the official publication of the Archdiocese of Albany, New York. I love animals, especially dogs. I cringe when I hear stories of animal abuse, and I think more should be done to crack down on puppy mills that put profit above decent care. …

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What is Camp Joshua? Why is Camp Joshua important for your teen to attend?

By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life Editor’s note. Even if you do not have teenagers of your own, you can help Camp Joshua by donating here. This comment from a recent Camp Joshua attendee will give you some idea why Camp Joshua is so important. “While I was convicted in my …

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Trying and trying to persuade the New York Times to correct egregious errors

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. When it comes to covering abortion, errors fall like autumn leaves from the Establishment Media. Or, to switch metaphors, there is a perennial outpouring of error, misleading inferences, and falsehoods. The following is four years old, but it is (alas) an evergreen. The story addressed what you can’t help suspect …

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The Slaughter of Girls Continues in India: New PRI study find that Sex-Selective Abortion Kills 550,000 Girls Each Year

By Jonathan Abbamonte, Population Research Institute [] Nearly 550,000 unborn girls are killed in India every year by sex-selective abortion, a newly released report from the Population Research Institute (PRI) has found. The findings highlight the shocking extent to which girls in India—and other parts of the world—continue to be selectively targeted for abortion and …

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Vincent Lambert: Death by discrimination

By Taylor Hyatt Policy Analyst & Outreach Coordinator, Toujours Vivant (Not Dead Yet) Vincent Lambert died recently. For the past few weeks, all eyes have been on the French courts as they determined his fate. Mr. Lambert was severely injured in a car accident in 2008. Various news reports described him as “quadriplegic” with a …

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Abortion clinic VP puts in “cozy” couches

By Sarah Terzo Melissa Grant, Vice president of health services at the abortion clinic chain Carafem in Maryland, describes her new abortion clinics: “…we didn’t just want to open more clinics, we wanted to change the way the care was provided altogether… So we put in cozy couches, lots of natural light. There’s no antiseptic …

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