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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Pro-abortionists see 2014 as “a terrible year for reproductive rights

  By Dave Andrusko Let’s take a few minutes to see why pro-abortion militant Armanda Marcotte believes “It’s Been a Terrible Year for Reproductive Rights.” But we’re going to take her conclusion first because it’s the kind of question-begging argument that pro-abortionists specialize in. And then we will end where Marcotte began. Pro-lifers and those …

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Elections have consequences

  Editor’s note. This editorial appeared on page two of the December digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read the entire 35-page issue at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsDec2014.pdf There are few words more telling, or more chilling, than that elections have consequences. On the affirmative side, pro-lifers made huge gains on November 4, gains …

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Elections have consequences—See actions of pro-abortion Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe

  By Dave Andrusko There are few words more telling, or more chilling, than that elections have consequences. On the affirmative side, pro-lifers made huge gains on November 4, gains that we have written about in this month’s and last month’s NRL News and on a continuous basis at National Right to Life News Today. …

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Building “Pro-Life Cathedrals”

  By Dave Andrusko We are 32 days out from mid-term elections of uncommon importance. President Obama is counting on his pro-abortion colleagues controlling the Senate. Pro-lifers are bound and determined to make that net gain of six to take control out of the hands of the party led by the likes of Senate Majority …

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Re-reading what the New York Times said about Roe v. Wade is great motivation

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. The pivotal mid-term-elections are just four and a half weeks away. The following is a 2012 NRL News Today post in which I wrote about the election issue of National Right to Life News (which in those days was in print, now digital), which was going to press the …

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Abortion in Elections: It’s not about us – it’s about the 3,000 babies who will die by abortion today

  By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Editor’s note. The column appears in the September digital edition of National Right to Life News. The entire 38-page edition can be read at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsSeptember2014.pdf I’m going to say something some may find shocking. It’s not about you. Nope. And it’s definitely not about me. …

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Archbishop Chaput on “Public witness and Catholic citizenship”

  By Dave Andrusko Anyone who’s read NRL News Today for very long knows I am in the tank for Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia. Although a Protestant myself, I learn something important about how to understand pro-life issues every time I read his column in the “Catholic Philly.” With the 2014 mid-term elections rapidly …

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Faced with a political disaster for his party, Obama announces still another delay in implementing ObamaCare

  By Dave Andrusko It’s not exactly a secret that the Obama administration is trying to minimize the damage to the not-so-cheery prospects of Democrats running for re-election this fall by continuing to tinker (or much more) with the most unpopular components of the unpopular ObamaCare. So it came as absolutely no surprise that the …

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NRLC President Carol Tobias: “Elections do matter”

Editor’s note. Editor’s note. While my family and I are on vacation, we are running some of our favorite NRL News Today stories from the last four months, entries from our “Roe at 40″ series, and an occasional update. The following remarks were delivered at a Friday General Session at the 43rd annual NRLC convention titled, …

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Senator Ted Cruz brings NRLC 2013 to its feet in Friday’s Opening Session

By Dave Andrusko The contingent of prominent Texas pro-life politicians coming to NRLC 2013 continued Friday morning with stirring remarks from Sen. Ted Cruz. Cruz joined NRLC President Carol Tobias, NRLC Political Director Karen Cross, and NRLC Executive Director David N. O’Steen, Ph.D. in a session that looked back at what happened last November but …

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Elections Have Consequences – Even for Pro-Aborts in Spain

        By Rai Rojas “Elections have consequences, and at the end of the day, I won.” President Barack Obama to Eric Cantor on January 23, 2009. During the first weeks of November 1983, a meeting was held in the beautiful old city of Barcelona, Spain – the majestic city facing the Mediterranean …

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