The Mother of All Movements

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One thing that might surprise the editors of many women’s magazines is to what extent the pro-life movement is a movement of mothers. This is not to negate the incredible contributions of pro-life heroes of the male persuasion, such as former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum…the …

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Young women to Democratic Unionist Party MPs: “Those who say that you are a danger to women’s rights do not speak for us”

Editor’s note. This comes from our friends at SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. On Monday, 10 young women presented Democratic Unionist Party [DUP] MPs with flowers, thanking them for their defense of the unborn. In the last few weeks, the DUP have come under violent attack for their pro-life beliefs, which have …

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Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s baby: “a lesson in courage from a woman who wouldn’t take no for an answer”

By Dave Andrusko A tip of the cap to CNN for “How Rep. Herrera Beutler saved her baby,” a story that ran Monday. Ignore the lame context. CNN is running a series answering the question several women discussed over lunch in early 2017: “what Hillary Clinton’s loss meant for women.” Their answer is, “Women are …

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Yes, We Should Listen to Women Who’ve Had Abortions

By Katie Yoder One abortion supporter is calling for post-abortive women to be central in today’s conversation about abortion. She’s right. On Saturday, The New York Times published an opinion piece with the headline “Who Should You Listen to on Abortion? People Who’ve Had Them.” As a writer who has had one, Renee Bracey Sherman …

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Another study proves yet again women want more restrictions on abortion than do men

Women are more sensitive to the reality of abortion. By Philippa Taylor Contrary to impressions given in the media, by professional bodies such as the Royal college of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and by most Parliamentarians, an overwhelming majority of Britons actually want to make it harder for women to get abortions, a new poll reveals. …

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Helping Women – All Year Long

By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This editorial appeared on page three of the March digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the issue in its entirety and pass stories along to your pro-life friends and family. On March 8, the world “celebrated” International Women’s Day, widely promoted by …

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A “Day Without Women” Would’ve Meant a Day Without Life-Saving Pregnancy Help

By Andrew Wood Whatever your choice of social media platform, you no doubt saw your feed inundated with posts and hashtags detailing the opinions of many of your “friends” on International Women’s Day—or as it came to be known this year, “Day Without a Woman.” For most of us, it didn’t come as a shock …

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A woman politician who believes women deserve better than abortion

She’s in good company. By Mary Joseph It is profoundly ironic that the new New South Wales Minister for Women, Tanya Davies – an unquestionably qualified, intelligent and compassionate female MP – has been deemed unacceptable by some feminists. Why? According to Sydney Morning Herald columnist Jenny Noyes, it is because she is “personally pro-life”. …

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Pro-life feminists need not apply to Saturday’s “Women’s March”

So much for being “affirming,” “open,” and “intersectional” By Dave Andrusko Kudos to Joy Pullman, writing today at the Federalist, for bringing together numerous threads in an engaging post. “SNL Gets That Women’s Rights have become a Punchline, and the Women’s March is making it worse” thoughtfully weaves together a painfully unfunny Saturday Night Live …

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Study ignores real-life stories of women who’ve aborted

By Olivia Gans Turner, Director, American Victims of Abortion Editor’s note. Elsewhere today at NRL News Today, NRLC Director of Education Randall K. O’Bannon critiques still another flawed study from the University of California, San Francisco. We reached out to Mrs. Gans Turner to provide a more personal critique of a study that is determined …

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6 Moms a Day Reject Abortion at Local Outreach… Here’s One of Them

By Jay Hobbs Alicia was a new college graduate with a great job and a bright future in Houston, Texas. Then, she received the shock of her lifetime. In Houston’s impoverished Fifth Ward, where more than 60 percent of residents over 16 years of age struggle with unemployment and just under 60 percent have not …

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