The Winners and Losers of the Democrat Debacle (aka Debate)

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Those of us who forced ourselves to watch the Democrat presidential debates (aka) debacle – the first of a series of twelve Democrat debates – on June 26 and June 27, can’t “un-see” and “unhear” what we saw on that stage. Again and again the “Top …

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Democrats chose Milwaukee for 2020 national convention. Party’s Presidential candidates more unswervingly pro-abortion than ever

By Dave Andrusko The timing is exquisite, in a demented sort of way. Smarting from having lost the 2016 presidential election in the Midwest, the Democratic National Committee announced today that it will hold its presidential convention in Milwaukee July 13-16, 2020. It will be, as the Washington Examiner observed, the “first time the party …

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Pro-abort Democrat laments Latino support for President Trump

By Dave Andrusko 26 days until the 2018 mid-term elections. We know that pro-life control of the House and the Senate could both be at risk. But pro-lifers don’t need that dire possibility to focus our attention. As Karen Cross, NRLC’s Political Director, noted, we fully understand that it requires pro-life legislators to pass protective …

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Democrats’ advantage in Generic Ballot smallest since day President Trump inaugurated

By Dave Andrusko Just a quick update in ongoing series on how the 2018 off-year elections are shaping up to be much better than our pro-abortion friends in the media have been telling us for months and months. As you recall, a key barometer that has sent pro-abortion hearts atwitter is the “generic ballot” which …

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“Reclaiming Hope” or re-writing history?

By Dave Andrusko There’s been a fair amount of chatter, overwhelmingly positive, about an interview the former director of Barack Obama’s 2012 faith outreach gave to Emma Green of the Atlantic. I am considerably less positive, although the interview, which ran under the headline “Democrats Have a Religion Problem: A conversation with Michael Wear, a …

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Faced with the crushing defeats of their pro-abortion Democratic allies, Media Establishment desperately attempts to right the ship

By Dave Andrusko Reading the high profile media powerhouses which is the Washington Post, is to marvel at a publication at war with itself. The Post threw everything, including two kitchen sinks, at Donald Trump in an attack so hysterical it bordered on paranoid. Now, with a pro-lifer about to occupy the White House, the …

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Keep This One Thing in Mind When You Vote This November

By Mike Fichter, CEO, Indiana Right to Life 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 liked over the last five …

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Pro-abortion editorial page laments “Democratic extremism on abortion”

By Dave Andrusko Once upon a time pro-abortion editorial pages, such as the Richmond [Va.] Times-Dispatch, could console themselves with the illusion that Democrats really did sort of, kind of actually believe that abortion should be “safe, legal and rare.” As many of our readers will recall this was the rhetorical flourish pro-abortion to the …

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Nevada GOP retains strongly pro-life platform plank

By Dave Andrusko The headline in the Las Vegas Review-Journal read, “No drama at Nevada Republicans’ two-day state convention.”  It was an allusion to reporter Sandra Chereb’s description of the GOP convention held in Reno to choose the 30 delegates who will attend the National Republican Convention in July in Cleveland . It could have …

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Much work ahead before November Elections

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director This has been an incredibly busy, absolutely insane election year. It seems as if we’ve been in election mode for an eternity. That said, there’s still much to do on behalf of the babies. Yet to come are 16 states which have presidential primaries, 34 states …

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Republican contests in Ohio and Florida tighten, Democrats’ debate turns fiery

By Dave Andrusko Republicans are facing off tonight in Miami in a debate sponsored by CNN. In five days, the four contenders will square off on a day that includes pivotal primaries in Florida and Ohio. Tonight will be the Republicans’ twelfth debate. While there are some tiny disagreements about the exact numbers, according to …

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