By Dave Andrusko It is a badge of honor when pro-abortion sites throw slurs such as “anti-choice crusaders” at you and warn that what you are doing (to save unborn babies) “may have implications in the 45-year battle over Roe v. Wade.” Such was the near apocalyptic view of the pro-abortion site rewirenews. What was …Continue reading "NARAL fears Ohio Gubernatorial race has “national implications”"
By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation With all the justifiable complaints about fake news these days, it is refreshing when a newspaper reports the truth about issues involving the sanctity of innocent human life. When it comes to support of a ban on the outrageous practice of dismemberment abortion, the Bradford Era in Bradford, …Continue reading "When a newspaper gets the story right about dismemberment abortions…"
By Dave Andrusko One house down, one to go. On Wednesday, the Michigan state Senate voted 26-11 to support SB 84, a bill that would authorize a “Choose Life” fundraising license plate. SB 84 had already passed the Senate Transportation Committee on March 5. The bill now moves to the state House for consideration. The …Continue reading "Michigan Senate votes to authorize “Choose Life” license plate"
Yesterday, on the 42nd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, the Virginia Society for Human Life announced that the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has been introduced by Del. David A. LaRock (R-33) into the General Assembly. This important bill (HB2321) will prevent abortions in Virginia after the point in pregnancy when medical science …Continue reading "New Bill introduced in Virginia General Assembly to Protect Unborn Babies Who Can Feel Pain from Abortion"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortionists are nothing if not good losers. Having widely outspent pro-life forces and enjoying the support of all the dominate state media, Planned Parenthood failed to defeat Amendment 1. The amendment to Tennessee’s state constitution will give legislators a voice in establishing state abortion policies, a right throttled by a 2000 …Continue reading "Sore losers in Tennessee file frivolous lawsuit to negate passage of Amendment 1 in Tennessee"
By Dave Andrusko There’s been a lot of attention paid to last Tuesday’s passage of Tennessee’s Amendment 1. National Right to Life News Today talked about the constitutional amendment last Wednesday. Let’s come back today to see why there has been so much interest—beyond the usual end-of-the-world pro-abortion hysteria which we will allude to …Continue reading "14 years in the making, Tennessee passes Amendment 1"
Pro-Life Campaign Thanks Grassroots Supporters and Religious Leaders Nashville—Tennessee’s campaign to win passage of pro-life Amendment 1 is celebrating a hard-fought victory despite being outspent more than 2-1 by abortion advocates. The Yes on 1 campaign raised and spent $1.5 million in contrast to at least $4 million reported by Planned Parenthood’s “NO” campaign. …Continue reading "Yes on 1 Celebrates Underdog Victory"
It was truly an historic election last night, not only in West Virginia, but across the country. As polling places in the Mountain State were closing, Fox News announced pro-life West Virginia Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito’s was the projected winner to fill the U.S. senate seat left vacant by the retirement of pro-abortion Senator …Continue reading "Pro-Life Landslide in Historic West Virginia Election"
By Dave Andrusko It would not be true to say I scoured the major pro-abortion Texas newspapers last night and this morning, but I did skim many of their stories. And while the Texas Tribune surely got it right when it wrote,” As the night lengthened on Tuesday, the real contest, it seemed, was …Continue reading "Texas Gov-elect Greg Abbott cruises past abortion “icon” Wendy Davis by nearly a million votes"
By Maria Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The untold story of Election 2014 in Pennsylvania is how well pro-lifers fared in legislative contests. The Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation PAC endorsed 12 candidates for Congress, 69 candidates for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, and five candidates for the Pennsylvania Senate. Every single PAC-endorsed legislative candidate …Continue reading "Pro-lifers saddened by loss of Gov. Corbett but carry the day in congressional and state races"
In an unexpectedly tight race between pro-life Ed Gillespie and pro-abortion Senator Mark Warner, the results are still be too close to call. According to unofficial results from the Virginia Department of Elections, Gillespie trailed Warner by 0.73 percent (less than 1%) as of Wednesday afternoon. It was clear that Gillespie’s pro-life positions stood …Continue reading "Virginia pro-life Congressmen re-elected, outcome of Senate race still undecided"
Missouri Right to Life PAC, Missouri’s most active and successful social policy political action committee, congratulates the pro-life candidates who fought and won their elections last night. “MRL PAC endorsed candidates in a total of 125 races statewide,” said Pam Fichter, President of Missouri Right to Life PAC. “Of those races, MRL PAC endorsed …Continue reading "Missouri Right to Life Political Action Committee (MRL PAC) Celebrates 2014 Election Victories"