By Antonio Pinheiro Torres Editor’s note. This comes from the Portuguese Pro-Life Federation. Dear friends from all over the world, Next Saturday, 27 October, the eighth Portuguese March for Life will take place in Lisbon, along with the second march at Porto and Aveiro and the first at Braga and Viseu. This year, the marches …Continue reading "‘Life in first place’: Multiple cities in Portugal to host a March for Life"
By Steve Rupp, President, Missouri Right to Life On the solemn occasion of the 45th anniversary of Roe v Wade, 44 pro-life warriors got on a bus at 8:00 am Thursday, January 18th in Arnold, Missouri to make the pilgrimage to Washington DC for the March for Life. The agenda was the same as every …Continue reading "Through it all, “those 44 pro-life warriors never complained”"
Editor’s note. These excerpts come from an overview provided by the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues. Words, actions, legislation and a March against abortion and support for the right to life of the unborn child dominated Washington, D.C. last week in the lead-up to Monday’s anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade legalizing abortion …Continue reading "Pro-life congressional action, March for Life, President’s remarks highlight highly productive week for unborn children"
By Lynda Bell, President, Florida Right to Life Monday marked the 45th Anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade decision. To date over 60 million precious babies have lost their lives to this gruesome life-ending procedure. So … We March! I just returned from Washington DC where I participated in the March of a lifetime. …Continue reading "Why We March!"
By Katie Yoder Time is everything, especially when it comes to understanding the media’s priorities. At the end of January, there were two marches the same weekend both claiming to stand for women. But the network coverage was anything but similar. One was for abortion, the other was for life. One claimed larger numbers. But …Continue reading "Nets Cover Women’s March Nearly 7x More Than March for Life"
Editor’s note. The following are Friday’s remarks by Vice President Mike Pence to March for Life Participants and Pro-Life Leaders. THE VICE PRESIDENT: To all here in the Rose Garden and to the vast gathering of Americans, young and old, on our National Mall at this very hour, welcome back to Washington, D.C. and welcome …Continue reading "Vice President Pence: The Pro-Life Movement “is defined by generosity, compassion, and love”"
By Jay Hobbs Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Pregnancy Help News and reposted with permission. Five years ago—to be generous—would you believe that Donald J. Trump would not only serve as U.S. President, but would almost immediately make his mark as the most decisively pro-life president since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion …Continue reading "Meet 4 Women Who Stood with Trump in His March for Life Address"
March commemorates 45 years of abortion on demand, 60 million unborn children killed ST. PAUL — A large crowd of Minnesotans came to the State Capitol today to urge lawmakers to enact legislation allowing women to view their ultrasound. (The event was moved into the Capitol Rotunda due to severe weather.) The annual Minnesota Citizens …Continue reading "Pro-life citizens rally at Capitol for MCCL March for Life, call for right to view ultrasound"
By Dave Andrusko Needless to say, today’s been hectic but wonderful. NRLC’s been posting all day on our Twitter account, so this last post of the day will be brief. The highlight, of course, were President Trump’s remarks, which we’ve included at the bottom of this post . I’ve listened to them twice and I …Continue reading "Trump tells March for Life, “Under my administration, we will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence, and that is the right to life”"
By Dave Andrusko To help you understand why people like me are so excited today, here are a few vignettes from this morning leading up the annual March for Life in Washington, DC…. *As I drove into the nation’s capital, I passed a long row of buses lined up to drop off large numbers of …Continue reading "A few vignettes hours before the beginning of the March for Life"
WASHINGTON, D.C. Women’s Rights Without Frontiers will carry an 8-foot banner to “End Gendercide” – the sex-selective abortion of baby girls — in China, at the March for Life today in Washington, D.C. “The United States has about one million abortions a year,” Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, stated. “For every abortion …Continue reading "Raising a banner to save baby girls in China at March for Life D.C."
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears the January digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the issue in its entirety and pass it along to pro-life friends and family. Around 11:30 am Friday, I will walk over to the National Mall, in between Madison Drive and Jefferson Drive, to join hundreds …Continue reading "In less than 24 hours…"