Pro-Life Republican Jake Ellzey Victorious in Texas Runoff Election

By Karen Cross, Political Director  Jake Ellzey, a pro-life member of the Texas House of Representatives, is headed to Congress to finish out the term of pro-life Congressman Ron Wright who passed away in February from complications due to Covid-19. Ellzey defeated Susan Wright, the widow of the late Congressman, garnering 53% of the vote. …

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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Record on Life

By Right to Life of Michigan Every voter should be aware of where candidates stand on critical issues, and no issue is more critical than our right to life. Where does Governor Gretchen Whitmer stand? Gretchen Whitmer’s Political Career Michigan House (2001-March 2006) Michigan Senate (March 2006-2014) Governor (2019-current) Unlimited AbortionSupports an unlimited right to …

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Pro-Abortion EMILY’s List Sets Targets for 2022 Senate Elections

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Editor’s note. This appears in the July issue of National Right to Life News. Please share this story, and the entire contents of this 51-page edition with your pro-life family and friends.    EMILY’s List, a pro-abortion fundraising behemoth, wasted no time pivoting from the 2020 election to the 2022 …

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Building on Republican Party’s 2020 Wins in the House, more pro-life GOP women planning to run for the House

By Dave Andrusko  Last Friday, when Gabriel Rubin posted a story under the headline “More Republican Women Plan Runs for House, Building on Party’s 2020 Wins,” for all practical purposes, he could have written “More Pro-Life Republican Women” since virtually all GOP congressional candidates are pro-life. Before we dive into what prospective newcomers are doing, let’s …

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What every pro-life candidate needs to know about abortion

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director You’re running for Congress! Congratulations! Undoubtedly, you’re going to be asked about your position on abortion by a constituent, in a debate, or by the media. Are you prepared for the inevitable question? Or do you feel like a deer caught in the headlights? Following are a few pointers …

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Panicky pro-abortion Democrats foresee a terrible 2022

By Dave Andrusko We’ve written more than once (actually numerous times) on (a) the disconnect on abortion between manically pro-abortion Democrats and the people of color whom they claim to represent but who are far more pro-life; and (b) how gradually this cleavage is showing up in support, for example, for President Trump and other …

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Guess Where the American Media Ranks in Consumer Trust? LAST in the World

By Tim Graham Ed Morrissey at Hot Air reports that Rick Edmonds of the Poynter Institute, the parent organization of PolitiFact and “mainstream” media think tank, is disturbed at the latest evidence that Americans don’t trust the “mainstream” media — because it’s not. It’s been “reporting” on America like it was under a dangerous threat …

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Washington Post explanation of why Democrats’ future is cloudy falls way short

By Dave Andrusko If you are a pro-abortion Democrat media outlet, devoted to promoting the demise of the pro-life Republican party, how do you square this circle? You’ve announced ad nauseam that pro-life policies, proposed and/or enacted, are not supported by the public. In fact, whether it is parental notice or banning abortion when your …

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Major Pro-Life Opportunities in Upcoming Governor Races

By Karen Cross Editor’s note. This appears on  page five of the June digital edition of National Right to Life News which arrived in your email Tuesday morning. Please share stories, and all the other contents, with pro-life family and friends. I’d love to hear from you at daveandrusko@gmail.com. There will be gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New …

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Future prospects for pro-abortion Democrats continually grow bleaker

By Dave Andrusko Last November, after most of the dust had settled, some pro-abortion strategists were honest enough to acknowledge that the future did not look good for their party—the Democrats. Borrowing from a piece that appeared in Slate magazine (decidedly not our friend), we wrote about that under the headline “’It’s the statehouses, stupid.’ …

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Liberal Bias ‘Accelerating Wedge in Our Society,’ Began With ‘Love Affair’ for Obama

By Brent Baker  Editor’s note. I wish I could say this repost of an article that appeared a year ago in NRL News Today was outdated. Alas, if anything, deliberate, conscious media bias is worse than ever. At a forum in California aired by C-SPAN, two news media veterans admitted – what all too many of …

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The Road to retaking the House in 2022

By Karen Cross, Political Action Director Editor’s note. This appears on page four of the May digital edition of National Right to Life News which arrived in your inboxes this morning. Please take time to read the entire issue and share the link with your pro-life family and friends. Thank you. Republicans and their pro-life leadership are …

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