By Dave Andrusko
I’m biased, of course, but I really am proud of the two front page stories in the November digital edition of National Right to Life News.
NRL Political Director Karen Cross provides an easy-to-understand overview of the 19 pro-abortion Democrats currently running for President, with particular emphasis on the top eight.
Karen’s story overlaps perfectly with Jennifer Popik, J.D., NRLC’s Federal Legislative Director, who brings us up to date on the latest anti-life machinations of the Democrat-controlled U.S. House of Representatives.
Under the headline, “Two pro-abortion hearings in U.S. House lay bare the Democrats’ extreme abortion agenda,” Jennifer first does a superb job exposing their efforts that purports to retroactively erase the seven-year deadline that Congress attached to the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) when it sent it to the state legislatures in 1972. Then she gave a superb overview of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform which did a hatchet job on state laws intended to require abortion clinics to meet health and safety standards.
NRLC President Carol Tobias captures the essence of what we are about in her column titled “The Movement of Love and Hope.” She concludes, “Because of your efforts, America will continue to be a country that leads the world in fighting for what is right.”
Dr. Randall K. O’Bannon, NRLC’s Director of Education & Research, offers two insightful assessments. First, he puts into perspective, “New PPFA ‘App’ about Increasing Share of Abortion.” Then Dr. O’Bannon helps us appreciate that “Study profiles American Women Seeking Abortion Pills Online” is another pro-abortion marketing ploy.
As the “prolife newspaper of record” does every month, we provide a bushelful of articles about Planned Parenthood, state legislation, court decisions, and the latest pro-life initiatives coming out of the Trump Administration.
I’m guessing some pro-life veterans will enjoy an editorial about the famous Nilsson photos. His most famous (which appeared on the cover of Life Magazine in 1964) was “Fetus, at 18 weeks.”