CNN Talks Up Biden, Inaccurately Dismisses Plagiarism History

By Brad Wilmouth Editor’s note. The law school ”accusations” CNN refers to–and dismisses as inconsequential — refer to a law review article Vice President Joe Biden plagiarized for a paper he wrote in his first year at law school. This came out in 1987 when Biden was running for President. At the time he said …

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Round Two: Ryan and Biden on Abortion

By Dave Andrusko http://twitter.com/daveha I’m guessing it’s a combination of tit for tat and anticipation of Tuesday’s second presidential debate that has spurred another round of back and forth over last week’s vice presidential debate. For reasons that escape me (were it not for the fact that is three weeks until the election), there is …

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Biden insists that Planned Parenthood “Under Law Cannot Perform Abortions”

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL-ETF Director of Education & Research   Pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden has come up with some whoppers before [see last week’s vice presidential debate], but this one may take the cake.    Campaigning October 12 in Wisconsin, the home state of pro-life GOP vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan whom …

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Ryan and Biden lay out vastly different positions on abortion

By Dave Andrusko Abortion did not come up in the first presidential debate between pro-abortion President Barack Obama and pro-life Mitt Romney last week. Thursday night, at the one and only vice presidential debate, moderator Martha Raddatz made sure it did. Pro-Life Rep. Paul Ryan’s responses were strong, weaving together principle, personal experience, and the …

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Further Reflections on Last Night’s Vice-Presidential Debate

By Dave Andrusko Abortion and ObamaCare were important components of last night’s vice-presidential debate between pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden and pro-life Rep. Paul Ryan. We talked about these topics in a separate post in order to give them the attention they deserve. Suffice it to say here (1) that the moderator, ABC’s Martha Raddatz, …

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The Great Debate: Biden-Ryan Versus Obama on Abortion Policy

      For immediate release: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 For more information: Communications Department, (202) 626-8825,  mediarelations@nrlc.org, Federal Legislation Department, (202) 626-8820, federallegislation@nrlc.org WASHINGTON – In recent days, the ACLU and other pro-abortion advocacy groups have been running e-mail campaigns to urge the exploration of abortion-related policy issues during the October 11 debate between …

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Ripple effect of Denver debate still being felt

By Dave Andrusko http://twitter.com/daveha By the time you might have a chance to read this final National Right to Life News Today post for Thursday, the debate between pro-abortion Joe Biden and pro-life Paul Ryan may have already started. Either way and regardless of the outcome (as spun by the media), here are a few …

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One day before the Biden/Ryan debate

By Dave Andrusko http://twitter.com/daveha  When even David Letterman says it’s dicey for President Barack Obama to count on Vice President Joe Biden to turn his campaign ship around, you know it’s been a bad week for Mr. Obama. At the same time you can be sure that Paul Ryan will not underestimate a sharp-elbowed man …

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Further reflections on the first presidential debate, a look ahead to the vice presidential debate

By Dave Andrusko http://twitter.com/daveha We won’t know, according to the experts, until this weekend what “bump” (increase in support) pro-life Mitt Romney received for drubbing (the near-universal consensus) pro-abortion President Barack Obama in the first of three presidential debate. A Democratic operative was on Fox News the other night and claimed (a) debates don’t mean …

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Game On: Obama Accepts Party’s Nomination for a second term, classic pro-life/pro-abortion matchup

By Dave Andrusko The juxtaposition of the very end of the Democratic National Convention Thursday night with everything that preceded it was so startling it almost took your breath away. For three days from one end of the hall to the other a litany of hosannas to “reproductive choice”/”women controlling their own bodies.”  Then following …

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The Democratic National Convention—Part One: Five Takeaways we can predict in advance

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 …

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The Obama Re-Election Smear Machine

By Dave Andrusko It’s all “faux outrage,” an Obama operative told the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank, a dismissive putdown of Mitt Romney’s demand that President Obama takes “your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago.” To Milbank, this signified not genuine anger but a sign that “The umbrage industry is working overtime …

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