The familiar pro-abortion blame game. Attribute their behavior and attitudes to pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko Imagine if Carol Tobias were given the opportunity to write a column for NBC News. What would the odds be that she would not be identified as the President of National Right to Life? There are no odds, because there is zero chance her position as the leader of the largest single-issue …

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Unsurprisingly, pro-abortionists trying to exploit COVID-19 Pandemic

By Dave Andrusko As I tried to as often as possible, for the last story of the day, I like to try to pull together several strands, several different ideas and see what they may be telling us. First, it is merely a coincidence, but on this day in 1953, “American medical researcher Dr. Jonas …

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Pro-abortion “bubble zone” goes into effect in Nova Scotia

By We Need a Law Nova Scotia is the latest in a series of provinces moving ahead with a “bubble zone” around abortion clinics and doctors’ offices. Bill 242 moved rapidly through the provincial legislature, finding support from all parties. The bill is called the Protecting Access to Reproductive Health Care Act. “Protecting access” in …

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Democrats now so hard-core pro-abortion they avoid even “tactical vagueness”

Democrats now so hard-core pro-abortion they avoid even “tactical vagueness” Editor’s note. This editorial appears on page two of the March digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the entire issue and share with pro-life family and friends. You can tell we are getting deeper and deeper into the presidential election cycle …

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St. Paul City Council designates March 10 as “Abortion Providers Appreciation Day”

By Dave Andrusko My wife and I hail from Minnesota. I lived most of the first 35 years of my life in Minneapolis, but also resided in St. Paul for a number of years. It was (as they said) a city of neighborhoods, and I enjoyed my time there immensely. Granted, this was a long, …

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Ode to Abortion: Pro-abortion wordsmiths who poeticize death

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation In my past life as an English teacher, I encouraged students’ playful experimentation with language. Words matter, I told my students. Words stir emotions, illuminate a truth, even persuade a foe. Poetry and prose possess power. Yet, words can be used for more malevolent purposes. They might …

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Cars, elevators, telephones, and the abortion pill

By Sarah Terzo Longtime pro-abortion activist Lawrence Lader praises the abortion pill and talks about how it is one of the best inventions science has ever come up with: “RU-486 [The abortion pill] presents a classic case of how scientific progress can revolutionize our lives. Within the last century, the railroad opened up Western America …

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Sarah Weddington did not expect pro-life opposition

By Sarah Terzo In her memoir, Sarah Weddington writes that she did not expect the pro-life movement to emerge and fight abortion, and that the abortion issue was settled after Roe v. Wade: “Initially I joined others in thinking that the basic question had been settled: abortion was and would continue to be legal. In …

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Reporters, bias, and “cheerleading” for pro-choicers

By Sarah Terzo From an article on media bias in the abortion debate. Lisa Myers, who covers abortion for NBC: “I do believe that some of the stories I have read or seen have almost seemed like cheerleading for the pro-choice side.” David Shaw, “Abortion Bias Seeps Into News,” Los Angeles Times July 1, 1990. Editor’s note. This …

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Guttmacher laments that pro-life policies grow “like a steady drumbeat getting louder each year.”

By Dave Andrusko Guttmacher, the in-house think tank for the Abortion Industry and its media/academic enablers, can still be read profitably by pro-lifers. Their summaries—aka the number of abortions, the abortion rate, and the abortion ratio—are far better than the CDCs for the simple reason that Guttmacher aggressively reaches out to abortion “providers” rather than …

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Pro-Abortion Group Gives Out ‘Abortions Are Magical’ Holiday Party Favors

By Alexa Moutevelis A pro-abortion group called the Texas Equal Access (TEA) Fund has a rather sick message at Christmastime. On December 4, the TEA Fund posted a photo (right) of votive candles with the words “Abortions Are Magical,” along with the image of a unicorn. It was captioned, “Getting our holiday party favors ready! …

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