“Making the Case”… Against Planned Parenthood

By Carol Tobias, President “Issues, Etc.” is, as its Facebook page describes, a live theological talk show from a confessional Lutheran perspective. The show features expert guests in theology, Biblical interpretation, apologetics, ethics, philosophy, law and culture. Last week, I had the honor of speaking at the 7th annual “Making the Case” conference hosted by …

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Pro-abortionist laments that pro-lifers are “killing it on Twitter”

By Dave Andrusko National Right to Life has a burgeoning presence on social media—pretty much on the whole spectrum. As is the case both with individuals and organizations, NRLC’s largest “footprint” is on Facebook and Twitter. Indeed, literally as I began writing this post, NRLC sent out a tweet that read, “Vermont Gov. Phil Scott …

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Abortion fans throw urine, harass pro-lifers at Massachusetts March for Life

By Nancy Flanders Seven pro-abortion protesters were arrested on Sunday during the annual Massachusetts March for Life on Boston Common after abortion advocates clashed with pro-life activists. According to the Boston Police Department, more than 600 pro-lifers attended the March – a record number. The Boston Globe reports that they were playing music and listening …

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Pinoy and pro-life: New Zealand Parliament’s newest member

A Filipino-Kiwi lawyer creates a first By Paulo Garcia and Carolyn Moynihan Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared today at Mercatornet and is reposted with permission. It may be a sign of the times that the newest member of the New Zealand Parliament began his maiden speech in the House last …

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Virginia Society for Human Life’s Spring News Roundup

By Olivia Gans Turner, VSHL President Spring in Virginia is always beautiful and no less busy for pro-lifers than any other season. A court case in Richmond, multiple primary elections, speeches to mark the 100 year anniversary of women’s suffrage, the annual VSHL Oratory Contest, and an exhibit booth at the Home Educators Association of …

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President Ronald Reagan: The Unborn’s Transcendent Right to Life

Editor’s Note: Today is the fifteenth anniversary of the passing of pro-life President Ronald Reagan. The following appeared on page one of the October 11, 1984, edition of National Right to Life News. It was described as “a personal letter to the Pro-Life movement from President Ronald Reagan.” As America looks forward to the second …

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A Pro-life “SheToo movement” going strong for 46 years

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation At this critical point in our nation’s history, I think it’s important to remind people that a #SheToo movement—without the hashtag—has been going strong for the past 46 years. For the pro-life movement, while welcoming people of all backgrounds, is largely powered by and for women. …

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Pro-abortion Sen. Sanders gets the attention while another town hall quietly celebrates life

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation During a recent televised town hall event in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, pro-abortion Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders doubled down on his acceptance of abortion for any reason during all nine months of pregnancy. If you had tuned into the Sen. Sanders’ town hall, you would have thought …

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Editor slammed with thousands of tweets after questioning pro-lifers’ support for moms in need

By Lisa Bourne May 28, 2019 – An online news service editor who challenged pro-life supporters earlier this month on Twitter to show how they’ve “personally” helped mothers in need triggered a tsunami of replies that debunk the myth that pro-lifers only care about the unborn. Sarah Tuttle-Singer, blogger and social media editor for The …

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The Future of the Pro-Life Movement is in Good Hands

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I know that the future of the pro-life movement is in good hands because of Katy. Katy, who was our fearless intern at the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, graduated from Penn State University earlier this month. Her future is bright–and so is her outlook about the pro-life …

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The inclusive Old Pledge is still the Best Pledge

By Jean Garton Editor’s note. In December 2016, my friend of more than 30 years and a great pro-life author and speaker Jean Garton passed away. I often asked Jean to write about commemorative dates, the kinds of days where Americans are encouraged to think about who we are as a people. Jean wrote this …

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