The Pro-Life movement sues Austin over abortion industry funding

By Texas Right to Life Last week, the Austin City Council decided to give the abortion industry taxpayer dollars for providing ‘logistical assistance’ to women seeking abortions in Austin. Now, the abortion industry is receiving some ironic justice. Don Zimmerman, an Austin resident and former Councilmember, is suing the City of Austin for abetting the …

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“Pro-choice”: an illusion and a misnomer

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation When I began working as a radio reporter while still in college, I quickly learned how decisively important the choice of words was and is in conveying the meaning of a story. On the topic of abortion, for example, I thought that the best way to refer …

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Thanks heavens for “Coopxration” and the Power of One

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. As a member of the great Movement for …

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Pro-abortionists befuddled by pro-life persistence

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. Often when analyzing what pro-abortionists are saying (which …

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Survey finds Hispanics to be very pro-life and unwilling to vote for pro-abortion candidates

By Dave Andrusko You’ll never go right, counting on abortion polls from Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI). Pro-life sentiment is habitually underestimated. That important caveat understood, there were some fascinating insights from a story written for the Catholic News Service. Mark Pattison dealt with a PRRI study that compared the results of a survey on …

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Tucker Carlson’s “Ship of Fools” shows the true defender of women is the pro-life movement

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation In his 2018 book, Ship of Fools, cable TV host Tucker Carlson addresses some of the foolish claims of abortion industry backers. For instance, Carlson notes that “None is more rigid than the feminist orthodoxy surrounding abortion.” He points out a telling example: In January of …

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French Leaders Learn from National Right to Life

By Dave Andrusko On July 24, Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director, spoke to members of a program for young French conservatives. They come to the United States for a month to learn from seasoned political leaders in the U.S. They are engaged in the media, politics, and think tanks in France. They …

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“Out of the Darkness of Death, come Hope, Mercy and Grace”

By Dave Andrusko General Sessions, even at the pro-life educational event of the year, don’t get much better than “Out of the Darkness of Death, come Hope, Mercy and Grace” which completed the first day of NRLC 2019. There was Ashley Bratcher, star of “Unplanned,” the opinion-changing story of a Planned Parenthood employee of the …

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America can once again be that shining city upon a hill

By Carol Tobias Editor’s note. These remarks from NRLC President Carol Tobias concluded the Saturday night closing Banquet for NRLC 2019. These two days have gone by quickly. I hope you learned something new and that you are returning home with your energy refreshed and ideas abounding so that you can impact your communities for …

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The National Right to Life Pro-Life Essay Contest Winners

Editor’s note. The following winning essays were written for the National Right to Life Pro-Life Essay Contest. At the senior level, grades 10–12, Faith McKeever, grade 12 (Missouri) took first place. Samuel Maranzano, grade 12 (Michigan ) won second, and Anna Dunsmoore, grade 11 ( Massachusetts) won third. At the junior level, grades 7–9, Elizabeth …

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