… when I am a better human being I can contribute to the better well-being of others

Dorota Weziak-Bialowolska, observed that public policy and personal ideals were serendipitously aligned. “I thought it’s wonderful that when I am a better human being I can contribute to the better well-being of others, but also, maybe, for myself.”

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Guest Column: ‘The First Civil Right Is The Right To Life’

“Without the right to life, there are no other rights.” By Holly Gatling Editor’s note. Holly is executive director of South Carolina Citizens for Life. This guest column appeared here. For the first twenty years of my professional life, I was a daily newspaper reporter covering heinous crimes, shocking criminal trials, and many civil cases …

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Pro-aborts insist “when human life begins” is still unsettled

By Dave Andrusko The more pro-lifers are victorious—see the Dobbs decision overturning Roe—the more pro-abortionists are intent on revisiting topics that are already long since settled. So we get stories from the reliable pro-abortion National Public Radio with the headline “When does life begin? As state laws define it, science, politics and religion clash.” Sarah …

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When it comes to abortion, people need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed 

By Dave Andrusko As we do most days, we’re carrying stories about a wide assortment of topics today. We believe NRL News Today is must reading every Monday through Saturday. If you are not receiving our daily blog in your email inbox, take out 30 seconds and sign up here [https://mailchi.mp/nrlc/emailsignup]. Like many people, I …

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Love is powerful and unstoppable and will triumph in the end

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It was one of those moments that captivated the heart, demonstrating what love looks like in practice. I was sitting in church when all of a sudden I spied a tiny boy toddling up the steps of the altar. He seemed so confident and self-assured for …

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Why do scientists acknowledge cricket embryos but reject the humanity of the unborn?

The scientific establishment’s shameful silence about procured abortion proves acceptance of the development of a human embryo is highly political. By John Horvat II I have never had any interest in crickets beyond listening to their chirping in the summer. The insects represent a part of reality that does not significantly impact my daily life. …

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Motherhood hasn’t hindered the USA’s fastest female marathoner

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser  Keira D’Amato holds the American record for women’s marathon running and the world record for the women’s 10-mile run. She’s sponsored by both Nike and Flynn Sports, and she has high hopes for possibly competing in the Olympics. But D’Amato isn’t your average professional runner. She’s a 37-year-old mom of two, who …

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The “smell of death,” the shock of recognition, and the legacy of William Wilberforce

By Dave Andrusko “God sometimes does His work with gentle drizzle, not storms. Drip. Drip. Drip.” — John Newton, from the film, “Amazing Grace.” Newton, at one time a slave trader, penned that great hymn following his conversion. William Wilberforce was born in 1759 in Yorkshire, England. Unfortunately, Wilberforce is not known today nearly as well …

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