20
JUL
2018

National Right to Life endorses Marsha Blackburn for Tennessee Senate, opposes Phil Bredesen

WASHINGTON –National Right to Life has endorsed pro-life Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R) in Tennessee’s U.S. Senate election. Blackburn faces former governor Phil Bredesen (D) in the November 6 general election. “National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Marsha Black

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20
JUL
2018

Judge Brett Kavanaugh Needs Your Help!

Even before pro-life President Donald Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, pro-abortionists and other members of the far-left wing announced they will spend tens of millions of dollars to block Judge Kavanaugh’s conf

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20
JUL
2018

Of all places, CNN writes comprehensively about abortion polling

By Dave Andrusko When outlets such as CNN figure out that “Support for abortion rights depends on how you ask the question,” you can’t help but wonder what discovery is next? Perhaps that the sun rises in the east? But enough of that. Grace Sparks should be given

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20
JUL
2018

A straight line from abortion to euthanasia and assisted suicide

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I will never forget sitting in my seventh grade class, astonished at what my teacher had just written on the blackboard. She had drawn a line leading from the word “abortion” to the word “e

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20
JUL
2018

Nearly 40% of Danish babies prenatally diagnosed with major congenital heart disease are aborted

By Dave Andrusko There was never any doubt that once prenatal screening becomes nearly universal that it would not only be babies diagnosed with Down syndrome who would be “terminated” in massive numbers. Denmark, along with Iceland and South Korea, are among the nation

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20
JUL
2018

A magnificent month for the Pro-Life Movement

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears on page two of the July issue of National Right to Life News. Please read the issue in its entirety, pass it along to your pro-life friends and family, and drop me a line at daveandrusko@gmail.com. By all accounts, the month since

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20
JUL
2018

Tracy Latimer: my sister in spirit

By Taylor Hyatt, Policy Analyst & Outreach Coordinator, Toujours Vivant-Not Dead Yet Editor’s note. This article was published July 19 by Toujours Vivant – Not Dead Yet and first reposted at the webpage of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. On July 11, 2018,

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20
JUL
2018

She became suicidal after her abortion

By Sarah Terzo Crystal Hartman, who had an abortion, says: “There is no adequate way to inform a woman of the emotional scars it will leave behind. I had to have someone come stay with me for 2 weeks because I was suicidal. Abortion continues to affect me, it’s not some

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20
JUL
2018

Why the push for at-home abortions is bad for women

By Texas Right to Life Abortion activists periodically lobby to make abortions easily accessible in ways that endanger women even more than the current abortion industry. Every abortion ends the life of preborn child, and every abortion puts a mother at risk for life-threatening co

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20
JUL
2018

A Legacy for Jahi McMath

By Nancy Valko As a mother who has lost two beloved daughters, my heart goes out to Jahi McMath’s mother Nailah Winkfield after the recent loss of her daughter after an almost 5 year battle to save her and have California rescind her death certificate after doctors concluded

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