Saturday, March 7, 2015

National Right to Life News This Week 3/7/15

NRL News Today
NRL News Today for the week of March 2, 2015

Idaho House votes 55-17 to curb web-cam abortions, bill on its way to the Senate

Randall K. O'Bannon, Ph.D. By Dave Andrusko Proving last week's 13-4 vote in the Idaho House State Affairs Committee was no fluke, the full house today voted 55-17 in favor of House Bill 154. The measure would require abortionists to perform in-person exams when

Babies With Down Syndrome Deserve Life, Too!

McdonaldsDSad La. Law Aimed at Curbing Trend to Abort By Ryan Verret, Center for Medical Ethics Director Editor's note. The following is excerpted from a post from Louisiana Right to Life about HB 1058. [A] diagnosis of disability can elicit traumatic

Denial of the Abortion-Breast Cancer Link gets Curiouser and Curiouser

Joel Brind, Ph.D. By Joel Brind, Ph.D. Where to begin to expose the over-the-top dishonesty of abortion advocate Dr. David Grimes' piece on abortion and breast cancer posted on Feb. 26 in the Huffington Post Blog

Six months pregnant, Bianca Balti walks the runaway at "Hurray for mom" show

dgmamma By Luis Zaffirini It's nice to see motherhood honored, especially in what would seem to be the unlikeliest of places. That's precisely what happened at the showing of Dolce & Gabbana's fall/winter line at Milan Fashion Week this past Sunday.

Humpty Dumpty and Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong's decision upholding SF ordinance's blatant attack on local women-helping centers

firstresortSF3 By Dave Andrusko My apologies for letting this important decision fall between the cracks. Last week as the day was closing, we learned that U.S. District Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong of Oakland had upheld the "Pregnancy Information Disclosure and Protection

A possible breakthrough in treating Parkinson's disease using non-embryonic stem cells

Source: Penelope J. Hallett/Harvard GazetteHarvard By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday we wrote about some remarkable progress made in the fight against MS using adult stem cells. In a nutshell, as David Prentice, Ph.D., explained to NRL News Today, the team at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital

Abortionist keeps insisting we must 'get over the love affair with fetuses"

Abortionist Willie Parker via Esquire By Dave Andrusko Victoria Webb is a Campus Correspondent for After I read her post Thursday--"Abortion doc: 'We have to get over the love affair with fetuses'" I tweeted her to ask if Willie Parker actually said that.

Family of Jahi McMath files medical malpractice suit against California hospital and surgeon

Jahi McMath By Dave Andrusko OAKLAND -- The family of Jahi McMath officially filed its lawsuit Tuesday and for the first time provided the family's account of what allegedly happened after Jahi underwent an operation in 2013 to treat sleep apnea.

Shoddy reasoning, elitist pretensions underlie Supreme Court of Canada's decision to overturn law against assisted suicide

Supreme Court of Canada By Dave Andrusko NRL News Today has carried extensive coverage of the Supreme Court of Canada's fateful February 6 decision gutting Canada's law against assisted suicide. NRLC's Burke Balch, JD, provided as good a two-paragraph summary as you could ask

Pro-abortion Super PAC Emily's List lauds pro-abortion Hillary Clinton

Pro-abortion Hillary Clinton, speaking at EMILY's List 30th Anniversary dinner By Dave Andrusko It's hardly surprising that Hillary Clinton, the all-but-announced 2016 presidential candidate, would be the star attraction at the fundraising dinner last night honoring the 30th anniversary of EMILY's List.

Forced Starvation Attempt Appeal Dismissed

Mrs. Margaret Bentley By Wesley J. Smith Good news: The case that sought to force a nursing home to starve an Alzheimer's patient to death even though she willingly took nourishment–has been dismissed.

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