19
JUL
2018

When it came to abortion, the father’s feelings didn’t matter

By Sarah Terzo In her book, Teri Stanton describes how when her daughter Sheri became pregnant, they did not care about the feelings of the baby’s father. They decided on abortion without consulting him: “Once Sheri’s pregnancy was discovered, the baby’s fat

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19
JUL
2018

Supreme Court’s NIFLA Decision Affirms First Amendment’s Purpose: Protect Minority Viewpoints

By Denise Harle Edited by Krista Grobelny Editor’s note. Denise Harle is legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, which represents the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates. The following appeared at the Jurist and “discusses the effect of NIFLA v.

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18
JUL
2018

Read the latest on Judge Brett Kavanaugh in the July NRL News

By Dave Andrusko I hope you’re already well into the July digital edition of National Right to Life News, the “pro-life newspaper of record.” As our readers know, the monthly NRL News is both a compilation of the best stories that have run in National Right to Lif

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18
JUL
2018

Elections are coming and we need to win!

By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This President’s column appeared in the July edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the entire 41 page edition and pass the stories along to your pro-life friends and family. I’ve been thinking back

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18
JUL
2018

A pardon for Robert Latimer could have consequences for disabled Canadians

By Shafer Parker Editor’s note. This was published July 16 in the Calgary Herald and reposted at the blog of Alex Schadenberg. When I read the Herald’s report that Saskatchewan farmer Robert Latimer is seeking a federal pardon for taking the life of his 12-year-old

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18
JUL
2018

Newborn baby boy survives being left in dumpster, mother charged with Attempted Capital Murder

By Dave Andrusko 28-year-old Alyssa Hazel Baker is in the Tarrant County jail, charged with attempted Capital Murder, the CBS Dallas/Ft. Worth affiliate reports. Baker, whose bond was set at $50,000, is charged with giving birth at work in a bathroom stall and then tying a black tr

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18
JUL
2018

Baby Oliver saved in U.S. after UK doctors said his heart couldn’t be fixed

By Cassy Fiano Most parents would readily cross oceans to save their child’s life, with no thought as to the cost or distance. But for some children in the UK, like Alfie Evans and Charlie Gard, that simply wasn’t an option they were given. Oliver Cameron is one of the

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18
JUL
2018

Amendment 1 Stops Taxpayer Funding of Abortion

Editor’s note. The following is a letter to the editor written by Wanda Franz. Ph.D., president of West Virginians for Life. In a recent Letter to the Editor, a contributor wrote that we should vote no on Amendment 1. This letter is a total misrepresentation of the facts and

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18
JUL
2018

Virginia AG defends five pro-life laws against pro-abortion lawsuit

By Dave Andrusko Whatever their motivation may be, sometimes you can really be surprised what a pro-abortion public official will do. NRL News Today readers may recall that last month we reported on a lawsuit filed by a coalition of pro-abortionists, represented by the Center

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18
JUL
2018

Retrieving our “First language” of love and respect for life

By Dave Andrusko Stay with me for three minutes as we talk about “’Lost’ first languages leave permanent mark on the brain, new study reveals,” which appeared in The Guardian newspaper. It’s an older story which I had put aside to comment on but forgot

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