Tag Archives: pro-life

“If a baby can’t be safe in his mother’s womb….?”

By Dave Andrusko “The presumed stripping of personhood from embryos has other frightening and horrifying dimensions for pro-life people. It is probably safe to say that in our society (as in most), the relationship between mother and

Missing the real reasons women are more pro-life than men

By Dave Andrusko I first ran across Martin Robbins, who writes for the British newspaper The Guardian, a few years back when he was defending Josie Cunningham who said she was going to abort her 18-week-old baby

President Trump proposes budget with numerous pro-life provisions

By Jennifer Popik, J.D. Director of Federal Legislation Earlier this week, President Donald Trump proposed a budget request for fiscal year 2019 containing multiple pro-life provisions. Several key elements include defunding certain abortion providers, including Planned Parenthood,

Pro-Life, Pro-Science: How advances lift the curtain on Roe

By John Stonestreet with G. Shane Morris One side of the political aisle likes to paint itself as pro-science. But when it comes to this most controversial social issue, science won’t toe their party line. Writing at

“Chipping away” is a misleading metaphor for passing protective pro-life initiatives

By Dave Andrusko The metaphor of “chipping away” at “abortion rights” is pretty much a household staple in media coverage whenever they attempt to write overview pieces. But, in a sense, how could it not be when

Black Pro-Life Pioneers: Erma Clardy Craven

Erma Clardy Craven

By Dave Andrusko February is Black History Month – a time to look back on the lives of African-Americans who have made a significant and profound impact on our society. Over the next few weeks we will

Pro-abortion senators alienate Millennials with vote against ban on aborting pain-capable unborn children

By Dave Andrusko There is a lot to the old adage about not looking a gift horse in the mouth—especially in this case when the “horse” (the Washington Post) is unremittingly hostile to our Movement and pro-life

Singer creates huge stir wearing dress at Grammys with a recreation of her daughter’s sonogram portrait

By Dave Andrusko As my wife and I often wryly observe, we typically are not the target audience of much on television, which certainly applies to the 2018 Grammys which took place last night in New York.

Keeping the Pro-Life Momentum Going

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation They are the priceless moments… the historic moments…which define time as the impoverished “before” and the enlightened “after.” I am thinking of events such as Dr. Martin Luther King’s

Nets Censor: Tim Tebow’s Mom Says Their Pro-Life Ad Influenced 5.5 Million

By Gabriel Hays Love him or hate him (and most liberal sports media hate him) Tim Tebow’s name always draws attention. Heisman Trophy winner, NCAA national champion, former NFL QB and current minor leaguer with the New

Pro-life congressional action, March for Life, President’s remarks highlight highly productive week for unborn children

Editor’s note. These excerpts come from an overview provided by the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues. Words, actions, legislation and a March against abortion and support for the right to life of the unborn child dominated Washington,

Trump tells March for Life, “Under my administration, we will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence, and that is the right to life”

Pro-life President Donald Trump

By Dave Andrusko Needless to say, today’s been hectic but wonderful. NRLC’s been posting all day on our Twitter account, so this last post of the day will be brief. The highlight, of course, were President Trump’s