By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Things are not always what they seem to be–especially on the campaign trail. Recently, I listened to a National Public Radio political podcast featuring Democratic Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). During the interview, Warren stated, “We are called on to see the value of every …Continue reading "Reading Between the Lines of Campaign Rhetoric"
By Karen Cross, NRLC Political Director Editor’s note. This appears on Page One of the August digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share this packed 40-page issue with your pro-life family and friends. With so much focus on the 2020 elections, it’s critically important that the 2019 elections don’t get overlooked. There …Continue reading "Don’t forget about the 2019 Elections!"
By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. The third in what is to be a total of 12 debates among Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nod will take place September 12 and 13 in Houston, Texas. In the second Democratic debate held in Detroit at the end of June, there was much fighting and arguing …Continue reading "Second Democratic debate shows radical pro-abortion consensus"
By Texas Right to Life With every Democratic presidential candidate celebrating abortion as a fundamental good for society, Pro-Lifers may have difficulty distinguishing one candidate from another. Each and every Democrat challenging President Trump has determined unwavering loyalty to the abortion industry is a preeminent priority. The national Democratic Party Platform reflects this radical shift—abortion …Continue reading "The Texans running for President do not represent Texas on abortion"
By Dave Andrusko I did not watch the Wednesday’s debate. I read the transcript after I got home last night and rewound the tape to see selected portions this morning. I think I have a pretty decent grasp. Here are my four takeaways. 1. It was not until the very end that abortion came up—and …Continue reading "Four takeaways from Night Two of Debate Two"
Launches new Super PAC By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat to Joseph Vazquez and to POLITICO for revealing more about the 2020 plans of pro-abortion billionaire George Soros. Soros, as we have written before, is not only one of the richest men on the planet, he has given tens of millions to PPFA at …Continue reading "Pro-abortion billionaire George Soros already ahead of 2016 pace in giving to “political causes”"
By Gabriel Hays … Curiously, one major progressive issue, abortion, was left out in the cold – which sparked the public ire of abortion giant Planned Parenthood and other “reproductive healthcare” disciples. Admittedly, the three-hour Democratic debate completely devoid of pro-abortion zeal marked a departure from the norm. While the broader topic of healthcare featured …Continue reading "Three Hours, No Abortion: Planned Parenthood Freaks Out at CNN Debate"
By Dave Andrusko Tomorrow is Day One of the second round of presidential debates featuring 20 pro-abortion Democrats competing for the opportunity to take on pro-life President Donald Trump in 2020. Although Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will headline the first panel, much of the media attention will be on Wednesday, Day Two, when …Continue reading "Questions to ponder on the eve of the second debate among Democratic presidential candidates"
By Clay Waters On the front of The New York Times National section Tuesday, Matt Stevens reported breathlessly on the reemergence of Wendy Davis (aka “Abortion Barbie”): “From Filibuster Over Abortion To Run for Seat in U.S. House. As a Texas state senator, Davis notoriously attempted a filibuster of a state abortion bill in 2013, …Continue reading "NY Times Hails Return of Inspiring, ‘Tenacious’ Wendy Davis of Pro-Abortion Filibuster Infamy"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears in the current digital edition of National Right to Life News, “the pro-life newspaper of record.” Please share the contents of this powerful 49-page issue with your pro-life family and friends. We count on you to “spread the word.” What a day we live in. Even Michael Wear, …Continue reading "The electoral price Democrats will pay for their abortion absolutism"
By Dave Andrusko You might ask yourself (as I did before I began this post), what difference does it make, why should we bother to watch, when every one of the 20 Democrats who will be on the stage July 30 and July 31 in Detroit are hard-core pro-abortion? There are many excellent reasons to …Continue reading "Looking ahead to next week’s second debate among Democratic candidates for president"
By Calvin Freiburger TEXAS, July 22, 2019 – Wendy Davis, the former Texas state lawmaker who made a national name for herself filibustering on behalf of late-term abortion, is throwing her pink sneakers back in the political ring with a new bid to join the U.S. House of Representatives. Davis announced Monday that she is …Continue reading "Infamous pro-abortion former Texas state Senator Wendy Davis announces run to challenge House GOP incumbent"