By Dave Andrusko The best way to understand the results of the Republican and Democratic National Conventions is to remember to let the dust settle. We will have a much better understanding how the public responded by the middle of next week. From a pro-life perspective, nothing that came out of either convention shocked us. …Continue reading "Democratic National Convention “over the top” in its abortion advocacy"
By Dave Andrusko Last night, an hour after pro-abortion President Barack Obama delivered his acceptance speech, we posted an initial reaction: “Game On:Obama Accepts Party’s Nomination for a second term, classic pro-life/pro-abortion matchup” Before sittingdown at my keyboard I’d listened to some of the talking heads on cable news.Their responses ran (using sports imagery) from …Continue reading "Five Takeaways from the Democratic National Convention"
By Dave Andrusko Last week we wrote “The Democratic National Convention: “Five Takeaways we can predict in advance” This followed “Five takeaways” written after the Republican National Convention. It took no particular power of prophecy to anticipate that the mainstream media would do everything possible to marginalize the pro-life team of Mitt Romney and Paul …Continue reading "Democrats’ Position: More abortions, without apology, paid for by you"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortion former President Bill Clinton lifted a second day Democratic National Convention out of lethargy and chaos with a stirring defense of pro-abortion President Barack Obama. In a nearly hour long speech in which he formally nominated Obama for a second term, the only criticism he did not attempt to rebut was …Continue reading "Clinton Praises and defends Obama before DNC"
By Dave Andrusko At a Democratic National Convention where the overriding theme is that President Obama has been victimized by heartless, uncompromising bully Republicans (reason enough to return him to office), it should come as no surprise that last night activist Sandra Fluke would add another layer of paint to her self-portrait of resident martyr …Continue reading "Fluke, Richards Hail Obama, Denounce Romney"
By Dave Andrusko The highlight of the second day of the Democratic National Convention was supposed to be former President Bill Clinton’s nominating speech. While it was very well received, his remarks were at least partially overshadowed by a series of questionable decisions and controversies. The party platform, as you probably know by now, decided …Continue reading "Controversies from Day Two at the Democratic National Convention"
By Dave Andrusko As if any proof were needed, after just a few hours, the difference between last week’s Republican National Convention and this week’s Democratic National Convention which began last night was proof positive that indeed the choice this election season offers is stark. If, as many commentators have observed, this will be a …Continue reading "Abortion Advocacy Woven into first night of Democratic National Convention, more to come in next two days"
By Dave Andrusko Last week many mainstream pundits gave the stirring remarks of pro-life Republican Senator Marco Rubio a B-, at best. Other pro-life Hispanic speakers, such as New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Texas senatorial candidate Ted Cruz, were essentially ignored or not-so-subtly dismissed. So, when I read that San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro …Continue reading "Mayor Castro’s Unintentionally revealing remark"
By Dave Andrusko The Democratic National Convention begins tonight and by way of setting the table for what we can expect, National Right to Right to Life News Today is offering four stories about what amounts to a home cooked meal for the Abortion Establishment. Even before the Democrats begin their three-days in Charlotte, North …Continue reading "The Democratic National Convention—Part One: Five Takeaways we can predict in advance"
By Dave Andrusko Take a few minutes and peruse the 2012 Democratic National Platform. About half-way down under “Protecting Rights and Freedoms,” you’ll find “Protecting A Woman’s Right to Choose.” In a mere 137 words, President Obama and his party affirm (a) their unequivocal support for Roe v. Wade; (b) a woman’s right to make …Continue reading "The Democratic National Convention—Part Two: Placing abortion in “larger context” allows Obama to evade his extremist position on abortion"
By Dave Andrusko On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, this can’t be the headline pro-abortion President Barack Obama would want to see: “The Hill Poll: Voters say second term for Obama undeserved, country is worse off.” That’s about as sharp a rebuke as an incumbent can get. The details are even worse, fleshing …Continue reading "New Polls Reveals “Depth of Voter Dissatisfaction” with Obama"