Category Archives: Politics

The 2018 Florida Midterms: What happened?

By Lynda Bell, President, Florida Right to Life Editor’s note. This appears in the December digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read as much as you can of this 45-page issue and pass stories along

Defeated Missouri Sen. McCaskill says Kavanaugh confirmation hearings energized GOP voters

By Dave Andrusko When it comes to Trump-haters, it’d be hard to outdo the “Morning Joe” duo of Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. So you only imagine their anguish this morning when outgoing pro-abortion Missouri Sen. Claire

2018 Election Overview and a look ahead to 2020

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Editor’s note. This appears on page one of the December digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read as much as you can of this 45-page

When they cast their ballots, Mississippians knew just how pro-life Sen. Hyde-Smith was

By Dave Andrusko Around 9:30 last night, pro-abortion Democrat Mike Espy conceded that he had lost the special runoff election in Mississippi to pro-life Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith. NRL News Today posted a story within an hour. In

NRLC-endorsed Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith defeats pro-abortion former Congressman Mike Espy

By Dave Andrusko In the last mid-term election of 2018 , pro-life Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) defeated pro-abortion former Congressman Mike Espy (D) in a run-off election to serve the remaining two years of the term of

Pro-lifers Scott, DeSantis, and Kemp officially declared winners, Rep, Mia Love assumes narrow lead in Utah

Pro-life Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith to face pro-abortion Mike Espy (D) in November 27 run-off election By Dave Andrusko With Democrats pulling out newly discovered votes like rabbits out of a hat, it’s not surprising that the November

Pelosi pushed Dems to downplay abortion in midterm election strategy: New York Times

By Calvin Freiburger WASHINGTON, D.C., – House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi may be an ardent proponent of legal abortion, but she recognized that emphasizing the issue would be hazardous for Democrats trying to take over the House

Pro-life leadership set in House and Senate as Pelosi scrambles to be next Speaker

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday three congressional leadership posts were easily decided. As NRL News Today noted on Wednesday, pro-life Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will remain Senate Majority Leader and Pro-life Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will become the

National Right to Life congratulates the newly-elected prolife Republican leadership teams in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate.

Washington, D.C.– Following last week’s election, the U.S. Senate remains in control of the Republicans, where Senator Mitch McConnell (R-K.Y.) was reelected as majority leader. “For many years, Sen. McConnell has been among the most effective legislative

2018 mid-term wrap-up for Kentucky

By Dave Bauscher, Kentucky Right to Life PAC Chairman No one realistically thought Kentucky House Republicans — who hold 63 of the 100 seats — would lose their majority. But Democrats were hoping to make a dent

Story makes clear why pro-abortionists so loathe those who protect the unborn and the “unalienable rights of conscience and religious freedom”

By Dave Andrusko This post won’t be long but I think it might be helpful. Rewire.com is a pro-abortion site whose pro-abortion militancy is matched only by the hysteria with which it treats pro-life legislation and pro-life

A trifecta on pro-abortion Nancy Pelosi

By Dave Andrusko Amazing how things so often do come in threes. First, there’s the story published in today’s POLITICO under the headline “Pelosi cranks up push to win over freshmen: The California Democrat is using every