By Dave Andrusko As I have written many times, many of the best posts at NRL News Today are the result of readers forwarding provocative stories to me at firstname.lastname@example.org The latest is “Bringing Marx into the Abortion Debate.” The piece, written by Russell Nieli, appears at The Public Discourse. In a nutshell (as the …Continue reading "Young people can be won over to the cause of life with this imaginative two-pronged approach"
By Alison Stevens, New York State Right to Life For eight years, Camp Esther has been taking young people who comprehend the preciousness of every life – no matter the age or health or level of dependency — and building these teenagers into leaders in the pro-life movement. Camp Esther helps them realize that they …Continue reading "Camp Esther: Building pro-life youth who will change the culture"
By Dave Andrusko While at the NRLC national convention held July 7-9 in Herndon, Virginia, I made sure to attend several of the Teens for Life workshops. As luck would have it, I subsequently struck up a conversation with a guy who had attended one of the Teens’ workshops I’d gone to. Lo and behold …Continue reading "Bequeathing an Inheritance More Precious than Gold"
By Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life In this post, I would like to talk about how we at National Right to Life have been at the forefront of rearing up the next generation of pro-life leaders. In season and out, NRLC educates, trains, and motivates young people. Who will keep this human rights …Continue reading "Shaping the Future"
By Michael J. New Editor’s note. This originally appeared in a different form on National Review Online. For as long as I can remember, mainstream-media outlets are constantly advising Republicans to focus on economic issues and either downplay or moderate their stances on social issues. Thursday article in the New York Times is certainly no …Continue reading "Young People Increasingly Pro-Life, although you’d never know it by the New York Times"
By Dave Andrusko I grant you that 1,096 words makes for a pretty hefty article, especially online. But actually you would have anticipated that Dahlia Lithwick would have needed at least three times that number to cram all the errors she stuffed into a dreary piece that ran on Slate magazine last Thursday. The headline …Continue reading "Refusing to see the reasons why Young People are increasingly pro-life"