Great response to State of the Union Address, chaos continues to reign in Iowa caucus returns

By Dave Andrusko For the last post of the day, I’d like to tie three items together. #1. I waited a little bit to get more a more accurate measure of how the public (not the hostile media) responded to President Trump’s State of the Union Address. I anticipated that the initial CNN numbers would …

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Tonight Iowans cast the first votes of the 2020 election

By Dave Andrusko And so it begins (sounds like something out of “Lord of the Rings”). The pre-pre-pre-preliminaries end tonight when Iowa’s famed (and increasingly maligned) caucus system formally starts the process at the end of which Democrats will have themselves a pro-abortion candidate to run against pro-life President Donald Trump. I was munching on …

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What, if anything, can we conclude four days out from the Iowa caucuses?

By Dave Andrusko  Granted, the 2020 presidential election is still 277 days away, but the Iowa caucuses are next Monday. Political junkies are always on high alert but even the general public will soon take more than a passing interest come next week. For example, pro-abortion Socialist Bernie Sanders and pro-abortion former Vice President Joe …

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NBC discovers ‘Impeachment Fatigue,’ Worried Dems in Swing States

By Kyle Drennan On Saturday, NBC’s Today show actually devoted an entire report to how voters in key swing states were suffering from “impeachment fatigue.” The segment highlighted “concerned” Democrats fearing the attempted removal of President Trump from office was “overshadowing” the 2020 campaign, while Republicans were found to be more energized heading into the …

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Before you vote, be sure to find out where the candidates stand on abortion

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Life matters. Anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one knows the pain and heartache associated with that loss. They know that life matters. More than 61 million unborn children have lost their lives to abortion in the United States since 1973. Their little …

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Say what? The NYT endorses two Democrats for President

By Dave Andrusko Say this for the New York Times editorial page. None of this last minute, 11th hour endorsement stuff for them. Sunday—almost 10 months before the election and even before the first caucus is held in Iowa–the Editorial Page Writers (they deserve initial caps, they are so august) offered its endorsement for President! …

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Are We Ready for the Super Bowl of Politics?

By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This President’s column appears on page 3 of the January digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share this, along with all the other stories, columns, and commentaries, with your pro-life family and friends. The end of football season is upon us. Tens of millions of football …

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Democrat debate field down to six

By Dave Andrusko And then there were six… For tonight’s Democrat debate, only six candidates (all resolutely pro-abortion) met the requirements established by the Democratic National Committee to participate in the final debate prior to Iowa’s first in the nation February 3 caucuses. Those six are former Vice President Joe Biden, Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth …

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National Right to Life Endorses Michelle Fischbach for Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District

WASHINGTON — National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Michelle Fischbach (R) for election to the U.S. House of Representatives to represent the 7th Congressional District of Minnesota. Michelle Fischbach is a proven and accomplished pro-life leader with a 100% lifetime pro-life voting record in the Minnesota State Senate. During her time in the …

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“Mayor Pete” Buttigieg Preaches

Or, Why Preachers Mustn’t Be Silent on Cultural Issues By John Stonestreet Editor’s note. This originally appeared at Breakpoint on September 29. It was reposted today as one the most-popular BreakPoint commentaries of 2019. Earlier this year, South Bend, IN, Mayor and presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg quoted the Bible in an attempt to speak to …

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Having shot themselves in the foot, pro-abortion Democrats now take aim at their own head

By Dave Andrusko So, in the face of growing public opposition to impeaching pro-life President Trump, pro-abortion House Democrats did so anyway. When you see (or read about) a number of Washington Post reporters celebrating “Merry Impeachmus,” it makes a kind of sense, from their perspective, to try to send him packing, even if the …

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Nancy’s Gotta Go: Taking back the House Gavel

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Editor’s note, This appears on page one of the December digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to share the latest edition with your pro-life family and friends. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has got to go! Why, you might ask? Nancy’s gotta …

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