Wednesday, October 30, 2013

National Right to Life News This Week 10/30/13

Topics for October 30, 2013


Pro-Life Cuccinelli Draws within 4 points of pro-abortion McAuliffe in race for governor of Virginia

(Left to right) Republican State Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, Libertarian Party candidate Robert Sarvis, and Democrat Terry McAuliffe
By Dave Andrusko Next Tuesday Virginians will elect a new governor. The choices could hardly be more stark. Ken Cuccinelli is the pro-life Attorney General; Terry McAuliffe is a pro-abortion Democratic operative with close ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Nightmares continue as HHS Secretary Sebelius Testifies before Congress

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testifying today.
By Dave Andrusko Kathleen Sebelius, currently the Secretary of Health and Human Services, was once governor of Kansas. Pro-lifers remembered how resolutely she advanced the pro-abortion agenda and thwarted the wishes of a state which had become more and more

Exchange enrollees finding insurance plans that limit specialists and hospitals

By Jennifer Popik, JD,Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics As Americans engage in the increasingly frustrating process of attempting to enroll in health plans in new health care exchanges, many are finding their alternatives limited to cut-rate plans that allow

Judge will rule by Tuesday on PP request for stay of new rule on web-cam abortions

By Dave Andrusko Judge Karen Romano said this morning that she will rule by Tuesday on a request by Planned Parenthood of the Heartland for a stay of a rule instituted by the Iowa Board of Medicine that abortionists must

Finding a candid discussion of abortion in an unexpected source

Ever wonder what it would be like if American women's magazines weren't under the thrall of the abortion mindset? It's so commonplace that we hardly notice that, year after year, these magazines uncritically hawk "wonderful" new abortion technologies

Congressman Chris Smith comments on HHS Secretary Sebelius's Remarks about not knowing which Insurance Plans Will Pay for Abortions

Rep. Chris Smith
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04) today released the following statement regarding Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius's remarks that she did not know which plans on the federal exchange will pay for abortions during testimony on Capitol

17-year-old pressured by clinic to have a late-term abortion, refuses

By Sarah Terzo I recently read an account from a 17-year-old who was 24 weeks pregnant and was pressured by abortion clinic workers to abort her baby. The testimony appeared in the book Bitter Fruit: Women's Experiences with Unplanned Pregnancy

"Holy Abortion" and the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

By Dave Andrusko Editor's note. Written for the May 2003, edition of National Right to Life News, this editorial is part of our "Roe at 40" series that reprints some of the best work from NRL News

CNN: White House Pressuring Insurance Companies To Not Criticize ObamaCare

Pro-abortion President Barack Obama
By Noel Sheppard It's becoming clearer and clearer that some media members are very interested in stories about the disaster that is the so-called "Affordable Care Act." On CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 Tuesday, investigative reporter Drew Griffin exposed allegations

Quebec Liberal leader suggests euthanasia Bill 52 needs amendments

Philippe Couillard
By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The Toronto Star reported Tuesday that Philippe Couillard, the leader of the Quebec Liberal party and a former neurosurgeon, said … the Parti Québécois government's euthanasia bill [Bill 52] as it stands

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