Category Archives: Politics

Baier Presses Klobuchar on Reports She’s Abusive to Her Staff

By Nicholas Fondacaro The rollout of Senator Amy Klobuchar’s (D-MN) presidential campaign was immediately mired by serious reports sourced from former staffers that claimed the Senator was an abusive boss. When ABC’s Good Morning America questioned her

Sen. Amy Klobuchar is no moderate when it comes to treatment of unborn children

Polls show that presidential candidate’s record is out-of-step with views of most Americans ST. PAUL — Amy Klobuchar has put together an extreme and uncompromising record on abortion during her 12 years in the U.S. Senate, according

The two Cuomos and the Democrat Party’s descent into abortion madness

By Dave Andrusko No one involved in American politics since the 1980s would ever confuse Mario Cuomo, who was thrice governor of New York in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with his son, Andrew Cuomo, who

So why have pro-abortion Democrats gone off the deep end now?

By Dave Andrusko “Some pro-choice purists have always been comfortable confessing, at least in private, that their highest priority is the right not to mother. Now they are, in effect, confessing it publicly, too. But this raises

Elections Have Consequences: Beware – New York’s abortion law may be coming to your state

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director After events of the past couple of weeks, if you ever thought there are no consequences to elections, I’m sure you don’t any longer! For over a decade,

Farewell to Gov. Rick Snyder

By Right to Life of Michigan On Friday, December 28, former Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed our bill which would have made our state’s ban on webcam abortion permanent, finishing his last term as governor with a final

Arizona Gov. appoints pro-life Martha McSally to Sen. McCain’s seat

By Dave Andrusko Pro-life Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has named pro-life Congresswoman Martha McSally (R) to serve the next two years of the term of the late Sen. John McCain. McSally will serve until the 2020 election,

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