By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. With Mother’s Day two days away, the reason for today’s look back at something that appeared at NRL News Today exactly one year doesn’t need a lot of explanation. On every level, this essay is a remarkable exercise in evasion and doublespeak. I ran across this a while back at …Continue reading "A futile attempt to reconcile abortion and motherhood"
By Katie Franklin Editor’s note. As part of our thrice weekly look-back to what we ran this day exactly one year , I’m reposting Katie Franklin’s superb summary of just one of the endless stream of pro-abortion attacks on women helping centers. In a recent fundraising email, a pro-abortion group warned that with the coming …Continue reading "Abortion Activists Fundraise to Bully Pro-life Pregnancy Centers"
By Dave Andrusko The pro-abortion site rewire.news is very much worth reading. There you come face-to-face with the secular religion that is undiluted abortion fanaticism. In its sheer ugliness, the posts reveal with startling clarity what happens when “people” (rewire’s preferred choice of words over “women”) worship at the idol of absolute power over hapless …Continue reading "One Thousand and One literary devices to put a pretty face on the ugly brutality of abortion"
By Dave Andrusko No pun intended here, but I was surfing the web this afternoon, looking for something entirely different, when I ran across this fascinating quote. Jonatan Mårtensson is a Swedish soccer player who once said, “Feelings are much like waves: we can’t stop them from coming, but we can choose which one to …Continue reading "A gloomy, awful day for pro-abortionists"
By Dave Andrusko “While a majority of Americans believe abortion should be legal under at least some circumstances, some polls have found that abortions in the third trimester are more controversial.” Anna North, Vox. Well….yes. Is there a poll anywhere in the known galaxy that doesn’t find later-abortion, let alone third trimester abortions, “more controversial”? Writing for …Continue reading "The delusional pro-abortion mind at full throttle"
By Alexa Moutevelis Once I saw a “Vote” mask by Resistance by Design, I knew it was only a matter of time before pro-abortion face masks entered the fray. Lo and behold, I was right. At a time when the world is going to extreme lengths to save lives from coronavirus by doing things like …Continue reading "Sick New Fashion Trend: Leftist Group Selling ‘Pro-Abortion Face Masks’"
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 …Continue reading "The familiar pro-abortion blame game. Attribute their behavior and attitudes to pro-lifers"
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 …Continue reading "Unsurprisingly, pro-abortionists trying to exploit COVID-19 Pandemic"
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 …Continue reading "Pro-abortion “bubble zone” goes into effect in Nova Scotia"
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 …Continue reading "Democrats now so hard-core pro-abortion they avoid even “tactical vagueness”"
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, …Continue reading "St. Paul City Council designates March 10 as “Abortion Providers Appreciation Day”"
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 …Continue reading "Ode to Abortion: Pro-abortion wordsmiths who poeticize death"