By Dave Andrusko
As we end the week, I’d like to encourage our readers to continue to read the entire October digital edition of National Right to Life News, the “pro-life newspaper of record.” I’m also trusting that you are forwarding individual stories to your pro-life friends and family and reminding them that they can sign up for both the monthly NRL News and the daily NRL News Today here.
So what seem to be the most read stories? Some you would have anticipated, others not.
For example, we posted the latest on the grotesque discovery of the remains of 2,246 aborted babies in the garage of the notorious Indiana abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. The update included what many had anticipated—another 165 “perfectly preserved fetal remains” were discovered in the trunk of a car in the Chicago suburb of Dolton. Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has taken care of the investigation—and the babies’ bodies—and, alas, there may be more horrific news to come.
Likewise, you (or at least I) would not be surprised that many readers commented on our page one story about the Supreme Court agreeing to hear the challenge to Louisiana’s “Unsafe Abortion Protection Act.” Are abortionists so free from oversight that they can’t even be required to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital in case of emergencies?
I anticipated that readers would, of course, enjoy “An Amazing Video of a Living, First Trimester Unborn Baby,” but not that there would be 2,600 “likes.” That story is one page four.
You’ll find a veritable potpourri of stories that will inform, educate, and motivate you. On page seven, Dr, Randall K. O’Bannon, NRLC Director of Education & Research answers the question “Why is the Industry is Building Big Abortion Clinics Just Across State Borders?”
There are multiple stories about preemies who beat the odds—and moms and dads who refused to give into the gloomy forecasts offered by hospital personal.
As always there are stories about the pro-life Trump administration whose work at home and abroad for unborn babies is unparalleled. The administration is also in the forefront of protecting the right of conscience, which angers the Abortion Industry to no end.
And be sure to check out the stories honoring Down Syndrome Awareness Month. There are three accounts, including one written by a member of the National Right to Life staff.