Twelve years ago tomorrow the Supreme Court upheld the historic ban on Partial-Birth Abortion

By Dave Andrusko For four decades National Right to Life has been at the eye of the abortion hurricane, acting as the calm, disciplined center of pro-life politics, education, and legislation. That was never more on display than twelve years ago tomorrow when, on April 18, 2007, the United States Supreme Court upheld the federal …

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Former pro-choicer denounces partial-birth abortion

By Sarah Terzo Former pro-choice activist Barbara Curtis wrote: “Twenty–seven years ago, nine black-robed men handed feminists a triumph…. How about it, sisters? Especially those of you who rode the crest of the second wave [feminism] with me: Did you ever dream that this was where we were headed? Did you ever dream we would …

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The Back to the Future Moment in Campaign 2016 as Clinton voices strong support for banned partial-birth abortions

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It was a startling moment–a candidate standing on the Presidential debate stage, defending a long-outlawed practice in which a baby is partly delivered, then killed. The gruesome practice of partial-birth abortion has been illegal in this country for nine years–ever since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the …

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Clinton affirms support for partial-birth abortion, abortions up until just before birth

By Dave Andrusko As you would expect from a first-rate journalist, Fox News’ Chris Wallace held the candidates’ feet to the fire in last night’s third and final presidential debate. From the pro-life perspective, it was particularly useful that Wallace said he would “drill down” on the question of the Supreme Court “because the next …

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Pence exposes Clinton/Kaine abortion extremism

Many politicians – and others – are afraid to discuss abortion. That’s a big mistake. Take vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence’s debate performance on Tuesday. He won, and part of the reason was the way he handled abortion. No clichés, just compassion. No bumper sticker phrases, just facts. Let me quote Gov. Pence from …

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“Widening the circle of inclusion and protection,” except for the unborn

Editor’s note: 2016 is the 40th anniversary of the “Hyde Amendment,” named for pro-life champion the late Rep. Henry Hyde, conservatively credited with saving the lives over a million people. First enacted in 1976, the Hyde Amendment is a provision attached to the annual appropriations bill that covers many federal health programs (including Medicaid), which …

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Remembering that one time people marched for abortion a decade ago

  By Lauren Enriquez Ten years ago, the abortion movement experienced the only march in its history that ever paralleled Washington, D.C.’s annual pro-life March for Life. Apparently, something about ripping little people apart limb from limb just doesn’t get that many Americans fired up enough to travel to the nation’s capital during its beautiful …

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Partial-Birth Abortion, the Almost-Born Baby, and a “Special Loneliness”

  Editor’s note: I could think of no better way to end our year-long “Roe at 40” than with something from that great pro-life champion, the late Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Il.) The following are remarks delivered by Rep. Hyde to the House of Representatives in 1998 just prior to House consideration of pro-abortion President Clinton’s …

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There is no such thing as a “humane” late abortion…

  By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL-ETF Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. This post ran a few months ago and received such positive attention that it seemed appropriate to run it again today. Much attention has rightly gone to the horrible practices of convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell, who aborted babies alive, stabbed them …

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Judge Richard Conway Casey: RIP

By Dave Andrusko This story from the April 2007 issue of National Right  to Life News, is part of a year-long  “Roe at 40” series in which we are reprinting some of the best stories and editorials from NRL News. If you are not a subscriber to the “pro-life newspaper of record,” please call us …

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Partial-Birth Abortion, the Almost-Born Baby, And a “Special Loneliness”

By Dave Andrusko In addition to being a highly effective legislator, the late Rep. Henry Hyde was a pro-life orator of enormous skill and insight. The following is reprinted from the September 28, 1998, edition of National Right to Life News, as part of our “Roe at 40” series looking back at some of the …

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Reason #4 to Invest in Victory

        Live-Birth Abortion   This is the fourth in a series of 54 Reasons to Defeat Barack Obama.  The 54 Reasons commemorate the tragedy of 54 million unborn children killed in the U.S. since 1973.  Previous Reasons published included Barack Obama’s support for keeping partial-birth abortion and sex-selection abortion legal.  The list …

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