Saturday, March 14, 2015

National Right to Life News This Week 3/14/15

The best of NRL News Today for the week of March 9, 2015

Remembering Grayson, anencephalic baby banned from Facebook whose short life impacted so many

Grayson1 Editor's note. This appeared at the Saynsumthn blog and is reprinted with permission. In 2012, KCTV reported that a new mother was been banned from Facebook for the photos she posted of her newborn son. Grayson James Walker was born on February 15,

"You are Not Alone": Awesome Outreach from Purdue Students for Life

Purduestudentre By Carol Tobias, President "Dear pregnant student, do not be afraid. You are not alone in this. There is an entire community of people who are ready to love, support, and help you through this."

"The abortion I didn't want" but woman says it was still the right decision

womansketch3 By Dave Andrusko To begin with, you are rarely, if ever, going to find a pro-life essay at So if you read accounts there, the best you can hope for is an acknowledgement that abortion is "complex."

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Thousands rally in Dublin to protest media bias

Irelandabortionprotestre By Dave Andrusko If you were among the thousands of Irish pro-lifers rallying in Dublin to protest/lament/challenge media bias, it surely came as no surprise to you when local media dismissed the size of the crowd as "several hundred."

Former Baltimore Ravens' football player testifies against bill to legalize assisted suicide in Maryland

O.J. Brigance, a former special teams player for the Baltimore Ravens diagnosed in 2007 with ALS, testified against right-to-die legislation in Maryland. (Photo: Jim Young/Reuters/Newscom) By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers, like me, frequently lament that the face of the debate over assisted suicide ought not to be Brittany Maynard, who chose assisted suicide, but the courageous Lauren Hill. Hill, a freshman at Mt. Saint Joseph College,

Kansas House Committee passes ban on Dismemberment Abortion

Kansas Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director, Kansans for Life The Kansas Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, SB 95, passed out of the House Federal and State Affairs committee this morning.

Want to Elect a Pro-Life President? Here's what NOT to do

Elect-a-Pro-Life-Presidentre By Andrew Bair Editor's note. This appeared on page six of the March digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read this story--and the entire 39 page issue--at

Studies blast 'safe abortion' myths

dadhands2 By Faith Kuzma Considering abortion, a woman is likely more concerned with immediate fears for her livelihood than possible complications from the "simple procedure." Everything has prepared her to assume a trip to her local abortion facility is safe.

Doctors said baby was 'incompatible with life,' but something miraculous happened

ellisrodriguez1re By Nancy Flanders Ellis Rodriguez was already a miracle baby, born after her father Joel had died from cancer at age 35. He had predicted to his wife Sarah right before his death that they would have a daughter to

March digital edition of National Right to Life News now online

March2015Frontcover By Dave Andrusko Earlier today, we posted the March digital edition of National Right to Life News which, whether in newsprint or on the Internet, remains the "pro-life newspaper of record."

Abortion supporters dodge truth in Kansas hearing on Dismemberment Abortion

deabortion3 By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Senate Bill 95, the "Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act," was the topic of the Kansas House Federal State Affairs committee this morning.

Celebrating abortionists who "enjoy their work": some thoughts on the "National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers"

The Rev. Harry Knox By Dave Andrusko I went back and forth--and forth and back--several times yesterday, trying to decide whether to say anything about the annual "National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers."

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