The Hit-Job Parade of Anti-Trump Authors

By Tim Graham  It must be fall campaign season, because our incredibly tilted Democrat media are rotating through a series of  authors ripping into President Trump. Start with the most overpraised journalist in Washington, Bob Woodward, who is almost as old as Joe Biden, but is still trotted out with great fanfare as the conquering …

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The Divisions in Medical Ethics Could Cost Your or a Loved One’s Life!

By Nancy Valko I wanted to be a nurse since I was 5. I was drawn to nursing not only because I wanted to help people but also because medical ethics standards were so high, especially in contrast to some of the corrupt business practices that I saw. I graduated from a Catholic nursing school …

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BREAKING: Trump to speak at National Catholic Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday

The event is online this year. By Paul Smeaton WASHINGTON D.C., September 21, 2020 — President Donald J. Trump will address the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast (NCPB) in Washington D.C., this Wednesday, September 23. The NCPB hasn’t formally announced Trump as their speaker, but a Politico reporter and the advocacy group CatholicVote shared the news …

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MP calls for end to sex-selective abortion in Canada

By Right to Life UK A bill seeking to ban sex-selective abortion is gaining momentum in Canada, ahead of International Day of the Girl on October 11.  Introduced in February, by Cathy Wagantall MP, the Sex Selective Abortion Act would prohibit medical professionals from performing abortions “knowing that the abortion is sought solely on the …

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Biden and Me: Same City, A World Apart

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation By chance, Joe Biden and I happened to return to Scranton on the same day. We were both born in the Electric City, into Catholic families who identified with the ideals of the Democratic Party. Biden lived there for 10 years, while I stayed for 24. It’s true. …

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Pro-choicer: Abortion is moral, Adoption is barbaric

By Sarah Terzo “[I] feel abhorrence for the idea of deliberately bringing an unwanted pregnancy to term, delivering forth a helpless human being, and then just giving it away to others to care for. To never again take any responsibility whatsoever for a baby deliberately brought into this world seems to me utterly barbaric! By …

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Assisted dying activists sue to force UK doctors to change policy

By Michael Cook    British activists are threatening the Royal College of General Practitioners [RCGP] with legal action for continuing to oppose the legalisation of assisted dying. Earlier in the year the RCGP surveyed its members about the highly contentious issue. Only about 13% of the RCGP’s 50,000 members responded. Of these, 47% said that the …

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One Year Ago: The challenges of working with Today’s Media

By Laura Echevarria Editor’s note. Looking back, as we do each day, at what appeared in National Right to Life News one year previously, no story could be more timeless than this post from Laura. It’s wonderful to be back at NRLC. After 15 years away from dealing with the press on a daily basis, …

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Readjusting your normal: Developing a laser-like focus on what life’s priorities really are

By Melissa Ohden Editor’s note. An abortion survivor, Melissa speaks around the world including at many National Right to Life Conventions. A gifted writer, this appeared on her blog on Tuesday. I’m just “readjusting my normal.” Life happens. Unexpected things occur, circumstances continuously change. Our children grow, we age, we lose people we love, we …

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After their mother refused abortion, identical twins both became priests

By Texas Right to Life In 1984, a mother was advised to end the lives of her preborn twins through abortion.  36 years later, her courageous decision to choose Life continues to change the world through her sons, Fr. Paulo and Fr. Felipe Lizama, who both became priests. Their mother, Rosa Silva, who lived in the …

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Legalising assisted dying can actually increase suicides

The experience of the Netherlands should be a cautionary tale for countries debating assisted dying. By Theo Boer  Recently I addressed a group of Parliamentarians in London about assisted suicide and euthanasia. My talk, which coincided with World Suicide Prevention day, sought to address the unintended consequences of legalising assisted suicide and euthanasia in the Netherlands. One of the …

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National Right to Life Endorses Senator Bill Cassidy for Re-election to the U.S. Senate from Louisiana

WASHINGTON — National Right to Life, the nation’s largest pro-life group with affiliates in all 50 states and over 3,000 local chapters nationwide, has endorsed Senator Bill Cassidy for re-election to the United States Senate from Louisiana. “Senator Cassidy has a 100% pro-life voting record from his first term in the Senate,” said Carol Tobias, …

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