19
SEP
2018

I’m So Sorry I Wanted You To Abort: One Father’s Words to his Daughter

By Melissa Ohden Editor’s note. The following was posted on Melissa’s blog. In 1977 Melissa survived a saline infusion abortion. She has written many times for NRL News Today and NRL News and appeared numerous times at NRLC’s annual convention. “I’m so

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19
SEP
2018

Pro-Life Education that engage a multitude of the senses

By Dave Andrusko Some NRL News Today readers may remember the name Annie Murphy Paul. We’ve written two posts about the subject of her book: “Origins: How the Nine Months Before Birth Shape the Rest of Our Lives.” One praised what she had to say in “What bab

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19
SEP
2018

U.K. Labour Party calls for ban on sex-selective abortions

By Dave Andrusko A growing alliance of resistance is developing against sex-selective abortions, made easy by the use blood tests that determine a baby’s sex early in pregnancy. There are stories this week that the U.K. Labour Party is calling for a ban on sex-selective abort

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19
SEP
2018

Boyfriend abandons young woman after she has abortion

By Sarah Terzo A woman named Kim told her story: “He just left me there. He drove me downtown to the Women’s Community Clinic – you know the one on Santa Clara – and waited for me to get out of the car. It was a little before 8 o’clock in the morning&h

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19
SEP
2018

Leo Alexander: What happens to medicine when it “becomes subordinated to the guiding philosophy of the dictatorship”

Editor’s note. The following introduction is from Cheryl Eckstein who directed the Compassionate Healthcare Network. The entirety of Medical Science Under Dictatorship follows the introduction. This is republished from the Compassionate Healthcare Network website. In July of

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18
SEP
2018

Judge okays abortion conglomerate’s license application for clinic in South Bend

Pro-lifers urge Indiana Health Department to appeal decision By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today reported, last month Clare Deitchman, an Indianapolis administrative law judge, presided over a two-day hearing in which the Texas-based Whole Woman’s Health Alliance (WWHA ) chall

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18
SEP
2018

Reminder to media: The pro-life movement is largely a movement of mothers

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One thing that might surprise the editors of many women’s magazines is to what extent the pro-life movement is a movement of mothers. This is not to negate the incredible contributions of pro-life hero

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18
SEP
2018

1,500 pro-lifers focus on “the pain after abortion” at 9th March for Life in Switzerland

By Dave Andrusko Not a lot of attention gets paid to the pro-life movement in Switzerland, so kudos to the Evangelical Focus News for posting about the ninth March for Life held September 15 in front of the Swiss Parliament in Bern. The gathering, which drew around 1,500 peopl

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18
SEP
2018

The deep ambiguity that often surrounds “Shout Your Abortion”

By Dave Andrusko There are many iterations of “Shout Your Abortion” but all have the same objective: “normalize” abortion in an attempt to send the message that taking an unborn child’s life is a part of many women’s “life’s journey.&

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18
SEP
2018

New pro-abortion documentary inadvertently highlights Texas Right to Life

By Texas Right to Life Reversing Roe, a new documentary seeking to condense 50 years of the moral and political abortion struggle into a 90-minute film, premiered on Netflix. Directors Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern focus on a few historical and recent Pro-Life efforts, including t

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