By Dave Andrusko It’s easy to forget that when pro-life legislation passes, it does not take effect until a date sometime in the future (barring successful pro-abortion legal shenanigans). But as Congress comes back into session today and state legislatures approach the opening of their sessions, we’re reminded of the good news that Ohio’s Pain-Capable …Continue reading "It will soon be official: Ohio will become the 15th state to protect pain-capable unborn children"
By Nancy Valko Editor’s note. This ran December 21 at Nancy’s blog. In a wonderful, uplifting opinion article titled “Room at the Inn” in the Wall Street Journal on December 19, William McGurn wrote about the Good Counsel home in the Bronx , now part of a network of six such homes that offer help …Continue reading "Just in Time for Christmas–Room at the Inn"
Saved by surgery in the womb By John Stonestreet Did you know that babies can be born again? No, it’s not theology I’m talking about but science, and the implications are enormous. While in her mother’s womb, Lynlee Boemer developed an exceedingly rare tumor that grows near the tailbone at the base of the spine. …Continue reading "Born-Again Babies"
By Maria Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation 2016 may be remembered as the year in which a new era of hope dawned in the United States–and you helped to make what seemed impossible become possible again. For the past eight years, the Obama Administration has thwarted opportunities to provide greater protection for pre-born babies …Continue reading "Thanks to You, a New Era of Hope"
By Carol Tobias, President We did it! After more than a year of ups and downs, doubts and excitement, we won, which means the babies won. Right-to-lifers worked extremely hard to elect a pro-life president and maintain pro-life control in both the U.S. House and Senate. While our opponents were stunned by disbelief, many of …Continue reading "We Did It!"
By Dave Andrusko The following appeared on a prominent pro-abortion website, Rhealitycheck.org.  The irony is that “The Day I Learned Aborted Fetuses Aren’t People” bears no relationship to [rh]reality. None, at least not the reality that 99% of us occupy. You may find an occasional syllable in Amy Littlefield’s piece that tangentially bumps into …Continue reading "The pro-abortion at work: Reducing unborn babies to medical waste"
By Jacki Ragan, Director, State Organizational Development Department October 16, 2016 marks the 100th birthday of Planned Parenthood. National Right to Life has put together a packet of materials for your use in publicizing the REAL work that Planned Parenthood does, primarily killing babies. We have prepared a packet of materials as well as a …Continue reading "Planned Parenthood Turns 100 . . . Saddest Birthday Ever"
By Micaiah Bilger My little sister was in a grumpy mood. I was visiting my family after church as I usually do, but that Sunday afternoon my 8-year-old sister wasn’t in any mood for visitors. She picked at her food. She only wanted dessert. She complained about sitting at the table. She wanted to play. …Continue reading "A Lesson from a Grumpy 8-Year-Old"
State becomes 14th to pass Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through September 6. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially …Continue reading "Congratulations to South Carolina Citizens for Life for a job well done"
With all the millions of dollars pouring into Ireland from pro-abortion mega-donors like George Soros to try to force that wonderfully pro-life nation to weaken its abortion law, you’d think Irish citizens would have enough on their hands not to worry about little unborn babies in the United States. Not so, as I found out …Continue reading "Today we received a gift from . . ."
By Dave Andrusko Louisa, our youngest daughter, was married two weeks ago. One of her two older sisters, Joanna, got married almost exactly two years before. Each was a maid of honor for the other and each delivered a tribute all Andruskos will remember forever. Below is the conclusion of an editorial that appeared way, …Continue reading "Soft hearts, little children, and precious moments"
By Dave Andrusko “And so, to actually describe the course of a real human journey – – which is partly logic, partly will, partly heart and so on – – is more logical because it is the description of reality, rather than those whose arguments are purely logic in a narrow sense. And very few …Continue reading "“Evil hardens the heart to the point of fearlessness and it takes goodness to crack the heart open”"