Women’s March Targets Pregnancy Help Organizations in West Virginia

By Andrea Trudden A summer libel campaign against pregnancy help organizations was launched by The Women’s March of West Virginia, Women’s March WV Eastern Panhandle, Women’s March WV West, and Women’s March WV South. At this time, it appears that only West Virginia is being targeted. Under the guise of “Review Fake Clinics,” these activists …

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Networks Cover Women’s March 129 times More Than March for Life

By Katie Yoder Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Newsbusters. It’s called adding insult to injury: pro-life women (and men) have not only been rejected by the Women’s March on Washington but also by the liberal media. This month, two similar events are happening in Washington, D.C. Both pertain to women. One …

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The Media and the Pro-Life Movement: out of view but in plain sight

By Dave Andrusko It is impossible to exaggerate the bias and the tunnel vision on display in the media coverage of Saturday’s massive (and it was huge) pro-abortion “Women’s March” in Washington, DC. Just take the venomous, looking for “oops” moments that characterized the hostile coverage of Friday’s presidential inauguration and turn it upside down …

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Women’s March “raising thorny questions about what it means to be a feminist in 2017”

By Dave Andrusko I make it a point that when pro-abortion outlets, especially the heavyweights who carry so much water for the Abortion Industry, produce a balanced story, to acknowledge this deviation from the norm. And “Views on Abortion Strain Calls for Unity at Women’s March on Washington,” by Sheryl Gay Stolberg, goes far beyond …

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“Women’s March” (of course) only for pro-abortion women

By Dave Andrusko The anti-Donald Trump “Women’s March” will take place in Washington, DC, the day after President-elect Trump’s January 20 inauguration. As such it will be squeezed in between the inauguration and the 44th anniversary of the grotesque Roe v. Wade decision. The annual March for Life itself will take place the following Friday, …

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WashPost Launches Hype of ‘Women’s March’ as Huge Inauguration Protest of Trump

By Tim Graham The Washington Post launched a new double standard on the front page on Wednesday. On the top half of the front page came this headline: “Inauguration protest began as a vent: More than 100,000 say they plan to participate in Jan. 21 women’s march.” Liberal protests are more newsworthy than conservative ones. …

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Media propaganda machine swings into gear to hype January 21 “Women’s March” in Washington, DC

By Dave Andrusko Although we are delighted to have teenagers reading NRL News Today, for the most part I can assume most of our readers are adults. So, it doesn’t exactly come as a surprise to us that a couple of weeks out, the relentlessly pro-abortion, anti-Donald Trump Washington Post is already writing puff pieces …

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