The National Right to Life Victory Fund Needs Your Help to fight an historic battle

When a newborn baby first opens her eyes, she sees, feels, and hears the wonder of the world around her. She snuggles in response to mommy’s touch. She responds to her mother’s soft voice as she cradles

Crucial off-year elections less than two months away: Five simple things you can do

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director In less than two months, crucial off-year elections will take place in which we will fight to maintain pro-life leadership in both the House and Senate. As National Right to Life

In the wake of tragedy and death, Planned Parenthood offers more tragedy and more death

By Dave Andrusko We post 10-13 stories a day at NRL News Today and upwards of 30 stories in our monthly digital edition of National Right to Life News. We run all these posts because, as best

Poll of Minnesotans’ views on Roe v. Wade is highly misleading

By Paul Stark A new Star Tribune-MPR News poll indicates that 59 percent of Minnesotans want Roe v. Wade kept in place. That’s a highly misleading and unreliable finding. Here’s the poll question: “Roe v. Wade was

Planned Parenthood tries again to negate protective Missouri regulations

By Dave Andrusko Planned Parenthood’s Missouri affiliates really do believe that if at first you don’t succeed try, try (and try) again. As NRL News Today reported earlier this month, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Please do order “A Baby’s First Months” brochure

“A Baby’s First Months” is a perennial favorite. It is a truly remarkable, full-color brochure which follows the development of the unborn child in utero from fertilization until birth. It documents the development milestones that occur during

Euthanasia Society President Charged with Murder of Disabled Man

Editor’s note. The following was published September 20 by Euthanasia-Free New Zealand. Dunedin is a city in Otago, New Zealand. Sean Davison, a New Zealand citizen who was convicted of assisted suicide in Dunedin, appeared in a

“My first granddaughter would have been six by now”: The scars left by an abortion, from a Grandmother’s perspective

By Dave Andrusko Does this show my Baby Boomer mentality, or what? The first time I read “Eyewitness to abortion” —a story from an unnamed grandmother (we’ll call her “Gladys”), as told Amanda Cable of the Daily

Another step closer to legal abortion in Ireland

By Michael Cook On Tuesday, Ireland’s president, Michael D. Higgins, signed into law legislation amending the Constitution to remove constitutional protection for the unborn, following May’s constitutional referendum. A couple of predictably ineffectual legal challenges had delayed

NPR says don’t call Gosnell an “abortionist” or even an “abortion doctor”

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It is no secret that serial killer Kermit Gosnell earned millions by performing abortions. And yet, National Public Radio refused to allow the term “abortionist” to describe him in

Labour Party now admitting it’s an issue

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In news that will add to the growing concern about the Government’s roll-out of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), an investigation by the Victoria Derbyshire show has found thousands of

Sonographer asked what sex the baby was

By Sarah Terzo The Sydney Morning Herald had an article about a sonographer who was asked what sex the baby was. The parents intended to abort if the baby was a girl. The sonographer says: “They said