The privilege of helping to choose our Government

By Carol Tobias, NRL President Editor’s note. The President’s column appears on Page Three of the July digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the entire 45-page-long issue and pass along stories to your pro-life family and friends. We just celebrated the 244th birthday of the United States. Because of the pandemic and …

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Women’s Happiness, Women’s Health: The Feminist Fight Against Abortion

By Caroline Wojdylo (edited by Sarah Di Paolo) Editor’s note. The deVeber Institute for Social Research is a Canadian think tank, open since 1982, that specializes in first-rate analyses of a number of topics, including abortion, euthanasia and assisted suicide. We wrote a review of the first edition of “Complications: Women’s Health after Abortion” here.  …

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Want to make the earth a better place? Protect unborn babies

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I have found that some of the most eloquent spokespeople for the pro-life movement are the youngest ones. That truth became abundantly clear as I was reading through dozens of “thank you” cards for state lawmakers that had been handmade by students, some as young as …

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Fighting back against doctors’ pressure to “reduce” (selectively abort) quadruplets

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Once, while scrolling through my emails, I came upon a fascinating find. It was a message from a man named Michael.  Michael came to his pro-life convictions naturally. You see, he is a quadruplet. I will let Michael take up the story from there: “When my …

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Oregon Woman Warns Against Medication Abortion

By  Crystal Kupper, Editor, Life in Oregon  Approximately one-third of abortions in the U.S. are medication [chemical] abortions. In these abortions, mothers first take mifeprex, a hormone blocker, at an abortion business. Around 24 hours later, they take mifepristone at home to induce labor and deliver their dead baby.  A 2019 FDA report linked the …

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SPUC political action in the Domestic Abuse Bill results in “a complete pro-abortion failure”

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A day of SPUC political action on Monday July 6th ended with “a complete failure for the pro-abortion lobby.” Amendments to the Domestic Abuse Bill aimed at decriminalising abortion and making DIY abortions permanent, did not succeed.  “Yesterday ended in a complete pro-abortion failure,” Michael Robinson, SPUC …

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Woman walks out of abortion clinic, years later because her child “a light in a pitch black room”

By Sarah Terzo Vivian James told her story: “Nineteen years ago I walked into an abortion clinic, as I was about to go in for the procedure I started crying, the doctor said to me he’s not doing it. I should go home and think about it because I was crying too much. I remember …

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Making this a Memorable Pro-Life Summer

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I have always looked at summer as a season of enchantment. The brilliant sun…the spectacular flowers…and the towering trees in full bloom are enough to make my heart dance. With the restrictions placed upon many of us by the COVID-19 outbreak, summer may look a bit …

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Hold the presses: New study says larger families more pro-life

By Dave Andrusko In another example of a major breakthrough in academic research. something called PsyPost tells us that “according to new research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” (drumroll please) “New research suggests large families have made socially conservative views more prevalent.” The title of the study, “Differential fertility makes society …

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