“The glimmer of life portrayed in sonogram images is a taste of the transcendent”

By Dave Andrusko “Seeing is believing” is one of those great aphorisms that can be taken in many directions. Probably the predominate explanation is simply that it implies skepticism until we can see something. Put another way,

Four huge myths about overturning Roe v. Wade

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. This appears in the July issue of National Right to Life News. Please read the issue in its entirety, pass it along to your pro-life

Planned Parenthood challenges Idaho’s abortion complications reporting act

By Dave Andrusko Among the achievements of Right to Life of Idaho in the 2018 session were passage of Abortion Pill Reversal Informed Consent (SB 1243), and Reporting of Abortion Complications into law (HB 638). According to

Pro-abortionists laud Roe’s imaginary role in promoting female equality

By Dave Andrusko In response to President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the pro-abortion movement, of course, is attacking Kavanaugh for being exactly the kind of nominee the President promised he would submit to the Senate:

Home abortions are dangerous for women. Here’s ten reasons why

By Alithea Williams, Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Women are being told that medical abortion is a safe and easy solution to unplanned pregnancy. Following the recent decision in Wales to license the second stage of

Local YWCA chapters back NY Governor Cuomo’s call to pass radical Reproductive Health Act

By Dave Andrusko Executives of two local New York YWCA chapters are joining pro-abortion Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a push to force the Republican-controlled state Senate to reconvene to pass the Reproductive Health Act which is even

Challenging misleading preconceptions About Roe v. Wade

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I was disheartened recently while watching Fox News coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court. A news anchor cited a misleading poll purporting that more than 60 percent of Americans

“Rational” Suicide and the “Elderly”

By Nancy Valko An article in the May 2018 issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society titled “Rational Suicide in Elderly Adults: A Clinician’s Perspective” by Meera Balasubramaniam, MD, MPH, recently appeared in both medical and

When it came to abortion, the father’s feelings didn’t matter

By Sarah Terzo In her book, Teri Stanton describes how when her daughter Sheri became pregnant, they did not care about the feelings of the baby’s father. They decided on abortion without consulting him: “Once Sheri’s pregnancy

Elections are coming and we need to win!

By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This President’s column appeared in the July edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the entire 41 page edition and pass the stories along to your

A pardon for Robert Latimer could have consequences for disabled Canadians

By Shafer Parker Editor’s note. This was published July 16 in the Calgary Herald and reposted at the blog of Alex Schadenberg. When I read the Herald’s report that Saskatchewan farmer Robert Latimer is seeking a federal pardon

Newborn baby boy survives being left in dumpster, mother charged with Attempted Capital Murder

By Dave Andrusko 28-year-old Alyssa Hazel Baker is in the Tarrant County jail, charged with attempted Capital Murder, the CBS Dallas/Ft. Worth affiliate reports. Baker, whose bond was set at $50,000, is charged with giving birth at