By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. The third in what is to be a total of 12 debates among Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nod will take place September 12 and 13 in Houston, Texas. In the second Democratic debate held in Detroit at the end of June, there was much fighting and arguing …Continue reading "Second Democratic debate shows radical pro-abortion consensus"
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. 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. This is …Continue reading "Have the Democratic presidential candidates forgotten about Kermit Gosnell?"
By Dave Andrusko If I believe, and I most assuredly do, that it borders on absurdity to draw even tentative conclusions about the lay of the political landscape months out, why would I bother to discuss the very positive results from a new Morning Consult poll? Simply because the narrative from the pro-abortion Establishment Media …Continue reading "Bad poll news for pro-abortion incumbent Democratic senators"
Margin shrunk to 4 points By Dave Andrusko A story in Wednesday’s Washington Post ran under the headline, “Abortion wars are heating up ahead of November midterms.” I won’t have time to write directly about the ideas expressed there until tomorrow, but the gist fit nicely into our next story. On Wednesday we wrote about …Continue reading "Generic advantage Democratic candidates enjoy is down two-thirds since January"
By Dave Andrusko If I said to you, “This is the headline from a relentlessly pro-abortion site, ‘Stop Playing Word Games: Debate Moderators Must Ask Honest Questions About Abortion ,‘” what would you expect from the story? Me, too. A story that represents word games on steroids and flush with loaded questions. Which is fine, …Continue reading "[Dis]Honest Questions about abortion"
By Dave Andrusko The difference in numbers was stark. The February 4th debate between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders drew a paltry 4.49 on MSNBC. (It was the first debate after former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley withdrew.) By contrast Saturday’s free for all between seven pro-life Republican presidential candidates in New …Continue reading "Takeaways from Democratic and Republican debates on the eve of the New Hampshire primary"
By Dave Andrusko We posted earlier today about last night’s Iowa caucuses. I’d now like to add a few thoughts on the editorial the New York Times ran about Tuesday night’s highly competitive races, “Making Choices in Iowa.” I do so because it is symptomatic of the hoops through which defenders of the pro-abortion-to-the-core Democratic …Continue reading "The Iowa caucus results and the New York Times editorial page’s lament"