There Was a Date Set for My Death

By Selah H., Texas Editor’s note. Over this week and into the next, NRL News Today will post all six of the winning essays from the 2024 NRLC Essay contest. Yesterday we posted the first place winner in the Senior Division, grades 10-12. Today we’ll post the second and third place finishers. Selah is the second place …

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Virginia Pro-life Day Makes a Powerful Impact at the 2024 General Assembly

By Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) The General Assembly and Capitol Square were filled with the faces and voices of hundreds of concerned pro-life Virginians who are distressed over the radical pro-abortion agenda being forced through this year’s session by the slim but aggressive pro-abortion majority in both Chambers. Virginia Pro-life Day organized by …

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Study Touts Telabortion as Safe, Effective, Ignores Fate of Hundreds of Missing Patients

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research As certain as the summer sunshine, you can always count on the abortion industry to have some new “study” lined up as soon as they’ve got a new abortion policy or method to defend. The latest is “Effectiveness and safety of telehealth medication abortion …

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Problem with the pro-abortion rhetoric—it simply does not match reality

By Maria V. Gallagher, Acting Executive Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation An interesting thing happened this week when the Governor of Pennsylvania posted on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter. His post encompassed just three words: “Abortion is healthcare.” Out of curiosity, I decided to check out the comments below Democrat Governor Josh …

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Censorship Through Retractions, The Abortion Industry’s Latest Move to Silence Science

By Genevieve Plaster  Scientific research, once a safe haven for facts and inquiry, is the latest victim of cancel culture after an academic publishing company, Sage, retracted three research studies that do not fit a pro-abortion political narrative. The most prominent of these studies considered whether women who have induced abortions are more likely to end up in the emergency …

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Safe Haven Baby Boxes installs 200th box in U.S.; more than six babies surrendered so far this year

By Gayle Irwin In early February, Safe Haven Baby Boxes celebrated the 200th installation of a baby box, helping birth parents to keep their infants safe and keeping them anonymous. “That’s huge,” said Monica Kelsey, the organization’s executive director. Kelsey attended the “blessing” of the box, which was installed in the community of Roswell, N.M. Just a …

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Gov. Youngkin marches for life, Washington Post says he does so “despite issue’s political cost”

By Dave Andrusko The Washington Post will casually crush any pro-life Republican but they save their best slings and arrows for elected officials. If they see a bright future for this individual, the will load up their quivers. For example, pro-life Gov. Glenn Youngkin of Virginia. You’d never know it but the WaPo’s Gregory S. Schneider is talking about the …

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Abortionist’s essay, ‘I Was Anti-Abortion, Then I Began Performing Them,’ a sad tale of choosing death over life

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran a while back. I hope it gets the same very positive reaction as the first time I posted it. The caption that goes along with the photo to abortionist Jennifer Lincoln’s essay highlights in bold colors why Newsweek would be eager to run it: Dr. Jennifer Lincoln at an abortion …

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Wisconsin Right to Life Condemns Planned Parenthood’s Call for Wisconsin Supreme Court to Find a “Right to Abortion” in the State Constitution

Today, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin announced they are filing a petition with the Wisconsin Supreme Court asking it to recognize a right to bodily autonomy, including a right to abortion.  In response, Heather Weininger, Executive Director of Wisconsin Right to Life, stated, “It was just a matter of time until Planned Parenthood brought this to the Supreme Court …

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