Saturday, September 13, 2014

National Right to Life News This Week 9/13/14

Best of NRL News Today for the week of September 8-13, 2014   

Debate over late abortion intensifies as British mother releases photo of premature daughter born at 24 weeks

Emily Caines, 25, has released a photograph of the moment her premature daughter Adelaide was born   By Dave Andrusko Earlier this week NRL News Today wrote about the controversy that ensued when it was learned (as the Sunday Times wrote) that "AT LEAST 120 babies born during week 23 of a pregnancy

Help NRLC tell America "Abortion Stops a Beating Heart"

abortionstopsheart By Tatiana Bergum, NRLC Deputy Press Secretary As we prepare to celebrate Respect Life Month next month, National Right to Life will launch a nationwide radio campaign on IndieGoGO called Abortion Stops a Beating Heart .

Dear Son, It Was An Honor To Hold You

For anybody that is going through a situation like this, know that you are not alone.   By Tom Riles Editor's note. This was originally posted on _____________ Dear Son, I held you on Friday night for the first and last time ever. It was one of the saddest, proudest, most heartbreaking, and beautiful moments

NARAL fumes: GoFundMe won't allow fundraising to kill unborn babies

Ilyse Hogue, President, NARAL Pro-Choice America   By Dave Andrusko Just so we're clear. I'm pretty sure that NARAL has no more inside information than I do why GoFundMe, the online fundraising site, decided it was no longer going to allow women to troll for money

No, there is no "Christian case" for abortion

communionset   By Dave Andrusko Keli Goff 's essay at the Daily Beast was headlined "A Christian Case for Abortion Rights?" Does that not sound like the vegetarian's case for meat, Barack Obama's case for decisive leadership, or the devout atheist

Will States be bribed to intensify Health Care Rationing?

CntrforAmProgress   By Jennifer Popik, JD, Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics Should the federal government pay states to limit what their residents are allowed to spend to save their lives? Late last week, the Center for American Progress

Public now sees Obama as increasing divisive, not unifier

Pro--abortion President Barack Obama   By Dave Andrusko As we end the week here are a few thoughts on some recent poll results that must make Democrats running this fall wonder if there is no end to the damage President Obama may inflict

New Zealand mother creates stunning photos of girl born without left hand to prove she can live normal, everyday childhood

Spring1   By Dave Andrusko For award-winning photographer Holly Spring, it was not until… It was not until daughter Violet Spring was clinging to life in an Auckland Hospital that Mrs. Spring "realised just how incredibly important her daughter's fragile life

"Forget me not"please?

sadbaby7   By Dave Andrusko Today was a special occasion for us: Emma, our first grandchild, was off to preschool for the very first time. Lisa and I accompanied Emma and her Mom, Jean, to the church where Jean, our tender-hearted

Latest polling trends very positive for Senate GOP candidates

Votefuturere   By Dave Andrusko Bearing in mind the standard (and necessary caveat) that elections can turn quickly, the latest round of polling offers awfully encouraging news for Republicans with 56 days to go until the mid-term elections.

CNN Report: NYC Art Exhibit Exposes China's One-Child Policy

terracottadaughters   By Josh M. Shepherd,Bound4LIFE A new art exhibit that opened Wednesday night at the China Institute in New York City sheds light on the monumental human rights issues presented by China's ongoing one-child policy

Feminists vs. Fox Star: Abortion 'A Perfect Topic' for Sitcoms

the-mindy-projectre   By Katie Yoder Poor Mindy Kaling. Nobody told her that terminating a life just isn't that big a deal, so the actress is demurring from using abortion as a plot device in her new Fox sit-com.

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