Five winsome ways to gently promote a life-affirming message

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I recently had the opportunity to host a Facebook Live discussion of winsome ways to promote a life-affirming message. Our message that life is precious and should be protected at all stages of development can be shared in a manner that brings a smile to a …

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What I have learned as a pro-lifer

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation “The fool wonders, the wise man asks,” said 19th century British statesman Benjamin Disraeli. I came to the pro-life movement with many questions. When does life really begin? Are positive alternatives to abortion really viable? What has been the impact of abortion on women? It was …

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The never-give-up spirit embedded in the DNA of every true pro-lifer

Editor’s note. I wrote this last year on the 16th anniversary of 9/11. Every word applies equally well today. This first appeared in the September 2017 digital edition of National Right to Life News. As I drove into work this past Monday, I heard President Donald Trump’s eloquent remarks delivered at the Pentagon on the …

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Argentina pro-lifer reveals strategy behind country rejecting legal abortion

By Jonathan Van Maren August 17, 2018 –Last week, the senate of Argentina rejected the legalization of abortion by a mere handful of votes, sending shockwaves through the abortion movement and triggering wild celebrations from Argentinean pro-lifers who took to the streets by the thousands, waving the blue kerchiefs that had become the symbol of …

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Becoming a more effective Ambassador for Life

By Dave Andrusko As someone who briefly taught a long, long time ago and who has two members of my family currently teaching in the public schools, I do my best to keep abreast of the latest waves in education reform. Relevance to us? If you think about it, every pro-lifer—every pro-lifer—is a teacher. Each …

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22-year-old pro-life campaigner facing £22,000 legal bill after unsuccessful bid to stop ‘Gendercide’ sex-selective abortions

Editor’s note. This appeared at spuc.org.uk and is reprinted with permission. £22,000 is a little over $33,000. The law over sex-selective abortion in the UK is in fresh confusion this week after the High Court of London refused to allow a judicial review into the impartiality of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). The High Court’s …

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High Court in London rejects pro-lifer’s request to review decision not to prosecute sex-selective abortion

By Dave Andrusko That the decision was not unexpected doesn’t make the sting any the less painful. Just two days ago, the High Court in London refused permission for pro-lifer Aisling Hubert to seek a judicial review of the Crown Prosecution Service’s decision not to press charges against two abortionists caught on video agreeing to …

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NRLC Chairman Emeritus Geline Williams Honored by Richmond Churches

By Carol Tobias, President Geline Williams is a lady of intelligence, beauty, charm, and class. She is, overall, an incredible woman. And for 48 years, she has used her quiet dignity to shape and lead the right-to-life movement in ways unknown to many. In 1967, Geline and her husband, Alex, began the first pro-life group …

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Paramedic becomes pro-life after seeing 17-week miscarried baby

By Nancy Flanders Twenty-five years ago, David Baxter was a paramedic in Canada, who was torn over whether or not abortion should be legal. He leaned towards the pro-abortion side, but his wife was more pro-life. “I was a fence-sitter,” he explained, “and my wife and I discussed it, and it was a topic of …

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Former clinic worker: “they all had sadness in their eyes”

  By Sarah Terzo   On January 22, 2012, a former clinic worker named Clarissa gave her testimony before a church congregation. Her speech appears on YouTube. Clarissa became involved in abortion work almost by accident. She explains: “I was just finishing my medical assisting courses and my internship was at a women’s health center. …

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“Generation Y”-The Most Pro-Life Generation Yet

By Joleigh Little Editor’s note. No “Roe at 40” series featuring the best from National Right to Life News would be complete without something from Joleigh Little, the Teens for Life coordinator for Wisconsin Right to Life.  This story appeared in the March 2006 edition. If you are not a NRL News subscriber, please call …

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What does the evidence say about abortion’s impact on women?

By Dave Andrusko A short post to finish National Right to Life News Today for Monday. We’ve discussed many, many times how pro-abortionists believe that to give an inch is to give a mile. By that I mean they believe that to agree with anything that pro-lifers—or neutral sources, for that matter—say is the ultimate …

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