By Karen Cross, Political Director Editor’s note. This appeared yesterday in the September issue of National Right to Life News, the “pro-life newspaper of record. Please share the entire 40-page edition with your family and friends. The 2024 presidential race is officially underway! We have seen one Republican Primary debate and the next one is scheduled …Continue reading "How to (Unintentionally) Defeat Pro-Life Candidates"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The November 6 general election is rapidly approaching. Early voting has already begun in many states. Do you know where your candidates for federal office and the governor’s office stand on abortion? If not, you not only should but you must! Before you vote, be sure …Continue reading "2018 Elections: Here’s how you can know where candidates stand on Abortion"
By Dave Andrusko The closer we come to November 6, the more I am reminded of the immortal Yogi Berra, who once said, “It’s like déjà vu all over again.” Suddenly, Democrats are “surging” with three weeks to go before the mid-term elections. Not in the Senate, mind you, but in the House. Evidence? We’re …Continue reading "“Here they go again!” Inflated projections for pro-abortion Democratic candidates"
By Dave Andrusko Last night’s mano y mano faceoff between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders was pretty much all you could have asked for. Each gave as good as they got five days before New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Sanders is ahead by about 20 points (31 points in another poll) …Continue reading "A few thoughts four days before the New Hampshire primary"
Despite the fact that all of the Democratic candidates are pro-abortion, I bet you won’t hear much about it. That’s because their extreme views are a losing issue with most Americans. And they know it. Every single Democratic candidate supports the current policy of abortion on demand, which allows abortion for any reason. But the …Continue reading "Tonight is the second Democratic presidential debate."