Margin shrunk to 4 points By Dave Andrusko A story in Wednesday’s Washington Post ran under the headline, “Abortion wars are heating up ahead of November midterms.” I won’t have time to write directly about the ideas expressed there until tomorrow, but the gist fit nicely into our next story. On Wednesday we wrote about …Continue reading "Generic advantage Democratic candidates enjoy is down two-thirds since January"
By Mike Fichter, CEO, Indiana Right to Life Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through September 6. 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 over the last five …Continue reading "Keep This One Thing in Mind When You Vote This November"
By Dave Andrusko The headline in the Las Vegas Review-Journal read, “No drama at Nevada Republicans’ two-day state convention.” It was an allusion to reporter Sandra Chereb’s description of the GOP convention held in Reno to choose the 30 delegates who will attend the National Republican Convention in July in Cleveland . It could have …Continue reading "Nevada GOP retains strongly pro-life platform plank"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director This has been an incredibly busy, absolutely insane election year. It seems as if we’ve been in election mode for an eternity. That said, there’s still much to do on behalf of the babies. Yet to come are 16 states which have presidential primaries, 34 states …Continue reading "Much work ahead before November Elections"
By Dave Andrusko As we wrote earlier today, tonight’s twelfth GOP presidential debate could be crucial. There are only five days until the March 15 primaries which include pivotal states such as Florida, Ohio, and Illinois. Here are the latest matchups which examine how the four Republican contenders would fare against pro-abortion Hillary Clinton, according …Continue reading "Latest Republican matchups against Hillary Clinton"
By Dave Andrusko Republicans are facing off tonight in Miami in a debate sponsored by CNN. In five days, the four contenders will square off on a day that includes pivotal primaries in Florida and Ohio. Tonight will be the Republicans’ twelfth debate. While there are some tiny disagreements about the exact numbers, according to …Continue reading "Republican contests in Ohio and Florida tighten, Democrats’ debate turns fiery"
By Dave Andrusko I only saw portions of last night’s fiery debate between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) but enough to realize that no matter how far Sanders may be behind in the delegate count, there is no reason to believe he won’t contest his party’s presidential nomination all the …Continue reading "A look ahead after the weekend presidential primaries and caucuses"
By Dave Andrusko As we watched the tenth Republican presidential debate last night, from the very beginning I couldn’t help but wonder how many “5” or “10” takeaway articles would already be written half-way through the contentious debate. How could there not be a flurry when (a) it is the last time Donald Trump, Sen. …Continue reading "Rubio shines in final Republican debate before Super Tuesday"
By Dave Andrusko The difference in numbers was stark. The February 4th debate between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders drew a paltry 4.49 on MSNBC. (It was the first debate after former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley withdrew.) By contrast Saturday’s free for all between seven pro-life Republican presidential candidates in New …Continue reading "Takeaways from Democratic and Republican debates on the eve of the New Hampshire primary"
By Dave Andrusko Tonight the remaining Republican presidential candidates—minus Donald Trump who withdrew—will have at it in Des Moines, Iowa, four days before the nation’s first caucuses. It is a great reassurance, as NRLC explained yesterday “every major Republican presidential candidate has taken a pro-life position.” Alas, every Democratic candidate, major or minor, is enthusiastically …Continue reading "Last Republican debate before Iowa caucuses on FOX tonight"
By Dave Andrusko Well, it’d be hard to start the rest of the week off better than the news that the Associated Press and CBS News and NBC News have called the Senate race in Alaska: pro-life challenger Dan Sullivan has defeated first-term incumbent pro-abortion Democrat Mark Begich. As a result, Republicans have already …Continue reading "The depth, height, width, and breadth of the defeat suffered by pro-abortion forces only now beginning to be fully realized"