The Senate Vote and the Big Picture

By Dave Andrusko Regardless of the Senate vote today on cutting off federal funds to Planned Parenthood and its affiliates — 42 in favor and 58 opposed–there is no “give” in the position of pro-lifers. We will work unceasingly until it comes to pass. The vote, regrettable though it is, is only a speed bump. …

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YouTube Video Invites You to Share the News about NRLC 2011

By Dave Andrusko If you haven’t already, I hope you are in the midst of planning to be at the pro-life educational event of the year—the 2011 National Right to Life Convention which will take place June 23-25 in Jacksonville, Florida. The embedded video invites you to attend yourself and to use social networking to …

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CAROL TOBIAS ELECTED NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE PRESIDENT

Becomes the organization’s 8th president since Roe v. Wade WASHINGTON — On Saturday, April 9, Carol Tobias was elected president of the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the national federation of 50 state affiliates and more than 3,000 local chapters.  Tobias, who becomes the 8th NRLC president since Roe v. Wade, succeeds Wanda Franz, …

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Virginia’s Open Senate Seat Will Likely Feature Clash between Two former Governors

Yesterday pro-abortion Tim Kaine made his long-anticipated announcement. The former governor of Virginia (2006-2010) stepped down from his post as chairman of the Democratic National Committee to run for the Senate seat currently held by Jim Webb (D), who is retiring. Kaine’s likely opponent is another former governor, pro-life Republican George Allen. Allen served as …

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Be Very Careful What You Believe as Battle Grows More Heated

By Dave Andrusko This will be short and sweet. It refers to one aspect of one dimension of one issue we are concerned with, but it illustrates a much larger—indeed endemic—problem. Yesterday on the blog hotair.com was a story headlined, “The Hill: Never mind about that momentum story.” The Hill refers to a well-read newspaper …

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YouTube Video Invites You to Share the News about NRLC 2011

By Dave Andrusko If you haven’t already, I hope you are in the midst of planning to be at the pro-life educational event of the year—the 2011 National Right to Life Convention which will take place June 23-25 in Jacksonville, Florida. The embedded video invites you to attend yourself and to use social networking to …

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A Badge of Honor for Pro-Life Freshmen Congressmen : Four Targeted by Pro-Abortion EMILY’s List!

EMILY’s List, the leading pro-abortion PAC, announced that it is targeting five freshmen GOP congressmen, four of whom are pro-life. They are Paul Gosar, Joe Heck, Allen West, and Chip Cravaack. Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar (R) will face a rematch with former pro-abortion Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D) in the first district.  Pro-abortion Dina Titus (D), …

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No Surprise: Obama to Seek Second Term

By Dave Andrusko Taking the first steps in launching a bid for a second term, pro-abortion President Barack Obama this morning posted a glowing testimonial from voters on his website followed by an email to supporters in what is expected to be the first $1 billion campaign. In the new video– “It Begins With Us”— …

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Pro-Abortion Couric Leaving CBS News

By Dave Andrusko As most of our readers know, Katie Couric is exiting Stage Left from her anchor post at CBS Evening News.” Exactly when is unclear, but her contract is up in July. According to the Associated Press, Couric, who gained fame as a co-host of NBC’s “The Today Show,” is expected to go …

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Geraldine Ferraro: RIP

By Dave Andrusko Former Congresswoman and vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro was buried Thursday in a private ceremony. She died March 26 at the age of 75 after bravely fighting cancer for a number of years. Ferraro has been credited by people of all political persuasions with “breaking the glass ceiling.” In 1984 when Walter …

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Pro-Abortion Senator Frank Lautenberg Decides Who Deserves Constitutional Protection

By Jonathan Rogers NRLC Field Coordinator We were inclined to let it pass, but on second thought, here’s a couple of observations about pro-abortion New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg’s slur against pro-lifers last week. In case you hadn’t heard, Lautenberg was part of a rally outside the Planned Parenthood office on North Van Brunt Street, …

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Obama’s Approval Numbers Take a Tumble

By Dave Andrusko The latest poll numbers for pro-abortion President Barack Obama from the respected Quinnipiac University poll clearly indicate the President’s post-election “bounce” is history. “American voters disapprove 48 – 42 percent of the job President Barack Obama is doing and say 50 – 41 percent he does not deserve to be re-elected in …

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