Where the field of pro-abortion Democrats stand two weeks out from the next presidential primary debate

By Dave Andrusko As we reach the end of the week and the end of August, the very cloudy picture of Democrats running for their party’s presidential nomination grows a little bit clearer. *Abortion-on-demand New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, she, the choice of a fraction of 1% of Democrats, bowed out. In a field comprised …

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Pro-abortion Democrats alternate between jubilation and despair

By Dave Andrusko We’ll have a separate post later today about the withdrawal of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) from the competition to be the Democrats’ challenger to pro-life President Donald Trump. What happened to her prospects is worth pondering. Meanwhile, this got me to thinking about several related developments of late related to the 2020 …

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Three Hours, No Abortion: Planned Parenthood Freaks Out at CNN Debate

By Gabriel Hays … Curiously, one major progressive issue, abortion, was left out in the cold – which sparked the public ire of abortion giant Planned Parenthood and other “reproductive healthcare” disciples. Admittedly, the three-hour Democratic debate completely devoid of pro-abortion zeal marked a departure from the norm. While the broader topic of healthcare featured …

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Questions to ponder on the eve of the second debate among Democratic presidential candidates

By Dave Andrusko Tomorrow is Day One of the second round of presidential debates featuring 20 pro-abortion Democrats competing for the opportunity to take on pro-life President Donald Trump in 2020. Although Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will headline the first panel, much of the media attention will be on Wednesday, Day Two, when …

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Looking ahead to next week’s second debate among Democratic candidates for president

By Dave Andrusko You might ask yourself (as I did before I began this post), what difference does it make, why should we bother to watch, when every one of the 20 Democrats who will be on the stage July 30 and July 31 in Detroit are hard-core pro-abortion? There are many excellent reasons to …

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The Democrats’ first two debates: Will they discuss Abortion Until Birth and Beyond?

Download a comparison of where they stand on Life By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director The first of a series of twelve Democrat debates will take place on Wednesday, June 26, and Thursday, June 27. The top twenty Democrat presidential candidates, based on a complicated formula, will participate. If the five moderators …

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Democrats unapologetically advocate for abortion up until birth and beyond

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Editor’s note. This appeared in the June digital edition of National Right to Life News, “the pro-life newspaper of record.” Please share the contents with your pro-life family and friends. Pro-abortion Democrats finally are publicly admitting what we’ve known to be the truth for decades: they …

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How much further is it possible for pro-abortion Democrats to go?

By Dave Andrusko I’d meant to write something about next week’s first debate among 20 Democratic presidential aspirants but didn’t. Thankfully my colleagues at NRLC were more diligent (see www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/2019/06/candidates-expected-to-bow-down-at-the-altar-of-big-abortion). Here are just a couple of additional thoughts about the debate which takes place over two days—June 26-27—in Miami. NBC is the “media partner” for …

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Candidates Expected to Bow Down at the Altar of Big Abortion

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential hopefuls will descend on South Carolina later this week for the state’s Democratic convention. While there, most of the candidates are expected to attend a candidate forum hosted by Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider. “Gone are the days of Democrats attempting to hide their extreme views on abortion,” said …

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Democrats and the mirage of majority support for unlimited abortion

By Dave Andrusko As we end the week, let me offer one more look at what recent abortion polling data is telling us. NRL News Today has already posted multiple times about the back flips on abortion of former Senator and Vice President Joe Biden. As the Democrat Party goes off the deep end on …

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The steep price Democrats pay for defending “late term” abortions

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This first ran last year but it is even more applicable today as Democrats not only embrace abortion on demand throughout all 40 weeks of pregnancy but now also refuse to condemn infanticide. New York Times columnist David Brooks is the kind of “conservative” places like PBS love to tout. …

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