24
MAY
2018

2018 Elections: Texas Runoff

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director In Texas, when no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote in his or her primary, a runoff is held. On May 22, runoffs were held in 17 congressional districts and for governor to determine which candidates will run as th

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24
MAY
2018

Burleson woman has raised more than $50k for pregnancy resource center pushing her wheelchair in the annual walkathon

By Texas Right to Life Christi Livingston has made her message clear without using words. Last month, the Burleson, Texas, woman who has Cerebral Palsy, completed the walkathon fundraiser for Next Step Women’s Center for the sixteenth year in a row. Such dedication would be i

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24
MAY
2018

2018 Primary Elections: Will Arkansas, Georgia and Kentucky voters defend their pro-life values?

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The 2018 primary election season is in full swing. On May 22, primaries were held in Arkansas, Georgia and Kentucky to determine which candidate will run as his or her party’s nominee on November 6. There are an unusua

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24
MAY
2018

Pro-abortionists read their own deed-seated biases into their coverage of NRLC Convention

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. We are just five weeks and one day ahead of the start of the 2018 NRLC Convention which will take place June 28-30 in Kansas City, Kansas. If you have not already registered for NRLC 2018, please don’t wait another day. Go to nrlconventio

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24
MAY
2018

Pro-life Canadian in Ireland reflects on Friday’s nail-biter abortion referendum

By Jonathon Van Maren Editor’s note: Jonathon van Maren is writing live from Ireland where he is engaging in pro-life activism to help preserve the country’s 8th amendment in the May 25 referendum. May 22, 2018 – The entire Western world seems to be watching the b

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24
MAY
2018

“Bias” of NY Times Editors Is So Obvious Even CBS Notices

By Scott Whitlock The aggressive, biased coverage of The New York Times against Donald Trump is so obvious that even the liberal journalists at CBS noticed it. On Tuesday, CBS This Morning hosts talked to Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Washington Bureau Chief Elisabeth Bumi

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24
MAY
2018

The Young and the Vulnerable

Bioethicists’ turn to the dark side By Wesley J. Smith When I was a small boy, polio terrified me. Each year, it would strike thousands of children like me—and you never knew when or where it would hit next. In the 1952 epidemic, a very bad year, there were nearly 60,00

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24
MAY
2018

Activist says promoting abortion is “God’s calling” in my life

By Sarah Terzo From “Who God Really Is” Abortion Gang, Oct 15 2010 [Accessed 10/6/2015] In this way, my belief in God has boosted my enthusiasm for the pro-choice movement. When I found the reproductive justice movement, I found God’s calling for my life. God&rsqu

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23
MAY
2018

In turnabout, Republicans assume lead in Generic Ballot over Democrats

Ahead by 7 points after trailing by 16 points By Dave Andrusko Here’s our latest update on the shifting 2018 electoral fortunes of Democrats, who are almost entirely pro-abortion, and Republicans, almost all of whom are pro-life. Bearing in mind the important caveat that it&r

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23
MAY
2018

Mother whose daughter died at nine days charges Irish government with exploiting her death to promote a “Yes” vote on Irish abortion referendum

By Dave Andrusko Last year Sandra Caulfield tragically lost her baby girl Hope Rose only nine days after birth. Hope Rose had been diagnosed with a genetic disorder in the womb. “Ms Caulfield said Hope Rose was given comfort care after being born at Mayo University Hospital i

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