On cue, just ahead of elections, media runs stories about pro-abortion Christians

By Dave Andrusko With the efficiency and regularity of swallows returning to Capistrano, as we near the end of each election cycle, we read about religious leaders whose embrace of abortion “break with stereotypes.” Rev. Raphael Warnock, who is running for a full term and faces pro-life Herschel Walker in the Senate race in Georgia, …

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Washington Post Buries Its Own Terrible Poll for Biden on Page A-14

By Tim Graham  Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a story that ran September 26. The headline on page A-14 seemed designed to be dull: “Poll finds sharp divides as midterms near.” It signaled to readers “go ahead and turn the page to A-16.”  It did not suggest this was a bad poll for Biden …

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“The Conversation” Platforms Pro-Abortion Disinformation

By Audrey Wagner Editor’s note. This appeared in the September edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read it and pass this—and any other stories you like—to your pro-life family and friends. The Conversation claims to publish “trustworthy and informative articles written by academic experts.” So I was recently disheartened, and …

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Washington Post fact checker misleads readers on late-term abortions

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser  Both before and since the fall of Roe v. Wade, the abortion industry and its political allies have consistently advocated for abortion to be codified into federal law. Yet a purported “fact-check” from the Washington Post gets the facts wrong — on a number of levels. The Women’s Health Protection Act Glenn …

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Is CNN becoming more balanced in its coverage?

By Laura Echevarria, Director of Communications and Press Secretary CNN’s new CEO Chris Licht is shaking things up at CNN and with good reason. CNN’s ratings have dropped considerably over the years, and this is due to the lack of balance in CNN’s coverage and the inability of CNN’s previous leadership to recognize this as …

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Politifact critiques Democrat attack on Tim Michels, the Republican who is running for governor in Wisconsin

By Dave Andrusko This falls under the “even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while” category. A “Politifact” actually looked at the evidence and the “charge” against a pro-life politician and judged them to be “mostly false.” (We’re not foolish enough to expect a “false” verdict. The explanation for why it is …

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News Media Refuses to Ask Democrats about Abortion 

Editor’s note. The following was distributed by the office of pro-life Sen. Mario Rubio (R-Fl.). When reporters asked U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) why he would support legislation to align America’s abortion regulations with those of European nations, he responded, “I’ve always been pro-life.” He then challenged the press corps to find out what Democrats …

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NYTimes pulls double duty: paper of record for abortion and assisted suicide.

By Dave Andrusko The New York Times is not only the newspaper of record for the abortion industry, it has also carried article after article extolling the virtues of assisted suicide. At least yesterday contribution—“Is Choosing Death Too Easy in Canada?”– allows critics to voice their concern that not only is assisted suicide already too …

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Tucker Mocks NPR’s Totenberg Over Her ‘Intimate Relationship’ with Justice Bader

By Kevin Tober  With the recent news that National Public Radio (NPR) legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is out with a new book on her chummy relationship with former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Fox News star and host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night had fun with Totenberg and the …

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Why Are Journalists Hiding These Radical Democrats Who Support Abortion Up Until Birth? 

By Scott Whitlock  In the month of August, Joe Biden’s approval rating climbed back into the low 40s and the Democrat/Republican congressional preference poll closed to a statistical tie. The liberal network newscasts are eager to promote a new narrative: Democrats are making a comeback in the midterms and it’s all because Republicans are extreme …

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NewsBusters Podcast: Lefty Media Desperate to Make Fetch Happen on Abortion

By Curtis Houck  The liberal media are desperate to motivate their base to turn out and vote in November to stem a red wave from sweeping the country from House and Senate races down to the state and local levels. As associate editor Nick Fondacaro and I discussed on Monday’s show, it’s the latest manufactured …

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Glamour: Netflix’s ‘Look Both Ways’ depicting successful single mom ‘not what we need’

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser  A Netflix movie portraying a woman having a fulfilling life after an unplanned pregnancy has garnered the ire of Glamour magazine. The ardently pro-abortion publication argued that the movie “Look Both Ways” should have featured a story in which the main character underwent an abortion, rather than giving her a happily-ever-after ending …

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