By Dave Andrusko
We wanted to know whether the Supreme Court was going to take up the lawsuit challenging the 2013 Texas pro-life law (which it did on Friday) before we published our monthly online edition of National Right to Life News.
You can read the entire 41-page issue, which went live this morning, at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsNov2015.pdf.
We have a three-fold emphasis in the latest edition of the “pro-life newspaper of record.” Of course, we would not ever forget the babies’ nemesis–Planned Parenthood–whose skullduggery has been brought to light by the eleven uncover videos from the Center for Medical Progress. We have numerous stories exploring PPFA’s latest assaults on the unborn and the attempt to re-route most of the federal money that goes to them to clinics not involved in abortion.
But our two primary areas of concentration are adoption–November is National Adoption Month–and the upcoming 2016 elections, particularly the contest to replace (finally!) pro-abortion president Barack Obama.
You’ll tear up when you read Joleigh Little’s masterpiece on page four–“Adoption: the hope for orphans around the world.” If you have even the slightest notion that you might wish to adopt, Joleigh’s essay will convince you this is something you should do and can do.
Dr. Randall K. O’Bannon, NRLC’s director of education, offers a wonderful overview of adoption on page 5.
Likewise, there are many stories about what promises to be a titanic battle next year. It begins on page one with a story from NRL Political Director Karen Cross, and includes many others, including two more by Karen, and an editorial by yours truly.
And please don’t forget to go to page 13. Thinking ahead to January 22, there you’ll find directions how to order glossy 8.5” x 5.5” flyers with important facts and figures about abortion in this country in a clear and easy-to-read format. These flyers, suitable for any audience, will ship out January 4, 2016.
We will talk about the November issue of NRL News all this week.
Please read the November edition at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsNov2015.pdf and forward the link and individual stories using your social media.