By Dave Andrusko Next Tuesday our adopted home state of Virginia will elect a new governor. If I needed to be reminded, outgoing pro-abortion Gov. Terry McAuliffe sent out a fundraiser today for his pro-abortion Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam who is in a highly competitive race against NRLC-endorsed Ed Gillespie to be McAuliffe’s successor. For …Continue reading "Pro-abortion Gov. McAuliffe is a model for what Virginians can expect if pro-abortion Ralph Northam is the next governor"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you want to peruse stories all day long, go directly to nationalrighttolifenews.org and/or follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/daveha I was waiting in my car to meet my pastor for coffee when I heard Democratic shill MSNBC’s Chuck Todd interviewed on a local Virginia radio station. The immediate topic …Continue reading "Putting a positive spin on Clinton’s falling numbers"
By Dave Andrusko I started to count all the stories we have run about the attempt to write regulations to implement a 2011 Virginia law that required abortion clinics to upgrade their facilities and stopped at 25. Like shape-shifters, pro-abortionists have employed an ever-changing number of stratagems, all with one goal in mind: prevent …Continue reading "Having politicized the entire process, pro-abortionists now insist Va. Abortion clinic regulation must be free of “politics”"
By Dave Andrusko Democrats in Virginia were able to beat pro-life Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for a ton of reasons (as in a ton of money) but first and foremost because long before people consciously were paying any attention to a 2013 gubernatorial race, Democrats tarred Cuccinelli with the ‘extremist’ ‘out-of-touch’ label. It was eerily …Continue reading "Democrats already chomping at the bit to smear pro-life Gov. Christie"
By Dave Andrusko Next Tuesday Virginians will elect a new governor. The choices could hardly be more stark. Ken Cuccinelli is the pro-life Attorney General; Terry McAuliffe is a pro-abortion Democratic operative with close ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton. The major newspapers loathe Cuccinelli and have clobbered him hammer and tong. Negative advertising by …Continue reading "Pro-Life Cuccinelli Draws within 4 points of pro-abortion McAuliffe in race for governor of Virginia"
By Dave Andrusko On Wednesday, NRL News Today wrote about a decision by an Arlington County judge to allow a lawsuit to go forward, challenging new abortion clinic regulations passed by the Virginia Board of Health in April. (See “Judge allows lawsuit against Virginia abortion clinic regulations to go forward”) I had little to go …Continue reading "More about judge’s decision to allow lawsuit against Virginia abortion clinic regulations to go forward"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Often, when the media are discussing upcoming elections, candidates are referred to as “extreme” on abortion. Almost always that label is unfairly applied to the pro-life candidate, even when the pro-abortion candidate holds positions on abortion way outside the mainstream. Gubernatorial elections will be held in …Continue reading "Which Gubernatorial Candidates in Virginia and New Jersey are “Extreme” on Abortion?"
By Dave Andrusko Two very different reads on the gubernatorial contest between pro-life Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and pro-abortion Democratic operative Terry McAuliffe. The good news for McAuliffe, although it will be fascinating to see how long it lasts, is that he has a 5 point lead in two recent polls. He is up …Continue reading "Even pro-abortion newspapers in Virginia find McAuliffe shallow and glib"
By Dave Andrusko My family lives in Virginia and we have resided here long enough to watch the state turn “purple”—neither red nor blue. Given that reality—and the fact that only Virginia and New Jersey have gubernatorial elections this year—an enormous amount of time and money will be poured in to the Commonwealth. And did …Continue reading "“The Obama campaign writ small”—Pro-abortion Terry McAuliffe’s bid to be governor of Virginia"