By Dave Andrusko Tomorrow is a genuinely historic midterm election. We’ve been writing about November 6, 2018, for months, including a number of posts today. Two years ago, the day before Donald Trump was surprisingly (to the media elite disappointingly) elected our 45th President, I posted a story titled, “If your child should ask” . I …Continue reading "“If your child should ask…,” Part Two"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Have you voted yet? Turnout in many locations is massive! If not, be sure to visit the following link to find out which candidates will use their elected position to vote to protect unborn babies and vulnerable citizens: http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/ news/2012/11/still-have-undecided-pro-life-friends-this-election-click-on-the-link-to-your-state-and-see-which-candidates-support-your-pro-life-values/ Once you have voted, be sure …Continue reading "Have You Voted Yet? Make Every Vote and Every Minute Count for the Babies"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you are not currently receiving NRL News Today in your inbox, you can sign up at www.nrlc.org/join_our_mailing_list.htm “[I]t’s nearly impossible to spend time in Ohio this election year without noticing a surge of activity from Mitt Romney supporters and canvassers who say that values and abortion issues are paramount. …Continue reading "However belatedly, a story recognizes the power of pro-life voters to carry Mitt Romney to victory"
By Dave Andrusko http://twitter.com/daveha National Right to Life President and Pro-Life Perspective Host Carol Tobias uses the occasion of President’s Day to ponder how fortunate—or blessed—we are as nation to “have a system of government that allows for a regular, peaceful process to take place as we choose our leaders through a democratic system.” As …Continue reading "What’s Airing on Pro-Life Perspective Today? “After 236 Years, The Opportunity Lives On”"
By Dave Andrusko Unlike some, I don’t make a habit of bashing people for not voting. As an old-fashioned patriotic type, I believe it is our civil—and moral obligation—to take responsibility for shaping our democracy, but I know that many others are convinced there are other “better” uses of their time. And I also never …Continue reading "Do we vote in accordance with what we say we believe?"