Dishonest words alter our capacity for reason and moral action

By Dave Andrusko I fully understand that you and I were not the target audience of the 12 pro-abortion Democrats debating on the stage in Ohio last Tuesday. They were preaching both to the much larger chorus—dyed in the wool Democrats whose support they need to be the party’s presidential nominee—and the smaller chamber choir …

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Former PPFA President Wen drops another bombshell in her response to 4th Democrat debate

By Dave Andrusko Two weeks ago, I wrote a post titled, “What’s happened to former PPFA President Dr. Leana Wen?” How could I have known that Wen’s profile would raise a couple of hundred points because of a tweet she wrote about Tuesday’s 4th debate among Democrats running for President. Talk about stirring up a …

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Democrats celebrate “reproductive rights,” bash Trump at 4th presidential debate

Biden brags he “defeated Robert Bork” By Dave Andrusko All the moaning and groaning from the Abortion Industry Media Complext (AIMC) must have gotten through to the CNN and New York Times moderators for last night’s fourth debate among Democrats running to be their party’s nominee to square off in 2020 against pro-life President Donald …

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Only two Democrats willing to utter the “A” word (abortion) at last night’s debate

By Dave Andrusko Emma Green is an outstanding writer for The Atlantic. While I don’t always agree with her takes, Ms. Green customarily makes her case with facts, insights, and a willingness to call a spade a spade. So after last night’s debate (which we discussed here), I wasn’t surprised that the headline for Green’s …

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A few thoughts on tonight’s 4th Democratic presidential debate

By Dave Andrusko #1 candidate for understatement of at least the last month comes from Steve Peoples of the Associated Press: “Just a month has passed since the last presidential debate, but the state of the Democrats’ 2020 race has shifted.” You think? Peoples has his own litany of the major changes since the third …

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Please vote on Nov. 5, and help us win Virginia elections for the babies!

Please help us elect pro-life legislators to Virginia’s Assembly. The babies need your help! EMILY’s List, a radical pro-abortion PAC, is working to flip Virginia’s slim pro-life majorities in the state House and Senate! EMILY’s List has pledged a combined $2.1 million in Virginia’s state races. EMILY’s List has endorsed 39 pro-abortion women in Virginia’s …

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What should anyone’s response be if someone says, “We need to eat the babies”?

By Dave Andrusko The bizarre (no lesser word will do) comments of a supposed constituent of pro-abortion Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez at a town hall meeting in Corona, New York bounced all over the blogosphere last night and today. Let me be clear from the start. It wasn’t too far into the rambling comments of an …

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Democrats’ “embrace of progressivism” costly with Independents

By Dave Andrusko It was only by happenstance but, wow, when read back-to-back, these two headlines speaks volumes about 2020. BTW, both are from publications with decidedly pro-abortion proclivities. The first was from the New York Times: “What Democrats Could Lose With Their Left Turn: A survey experiment shows that some independents are already being …

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Pro-abortion writer correctly emphases the importance of winning elections at the state level

By Dave Andrusko There is a very slim chance even the closest readers of NRL News Today will remember the name Meaghan Winter. In 2013, she complied the accounts of the abortion experiences of 26 women for an article that ran in New York magazine. We wrote about these riveting stories at length. Although the …

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Where do the Presidential Candidates Stand on Abortion? An updated comparison.

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Editor’s note. This appears in the current digital edition of National Right to Life News. I hope you are enjoying the entire issue and are sharing its 40-page contents with pro-life family and friends. While abortion was not a topic of discussion during last Thursday’s Democratic …

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Buttigieg says he hopes 2,246 baby corpses found won’t impact abortion ‘access’

By Calvin Freiburger SOUTH BEND, September 19, 2019 – South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg finally broke his silence Wednesday on the discovery of the bodies of 2,246 aborted babies at the home of notorious and recently deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer, claiming the situation was “disturbing” but shouldn’t reflect on the legality of abortion. Klopfer …

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‘Who gets to draw the line?’ Pete Buttigieg’s abortion nonsense

By Paul Stark, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. The following appears in the September digital edition of National Right to Life News. We’re counting on you to spread the word about this 40-page issue and to share stories with pro-life family and friends. A lot of the rhetoric surrounding abortion turns out to …

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