Sunday, May 24, 2015

National Right to Life News This Week 5/24/15

The best of NRL News Today for the week of May 18, 2015

Kansas Ex-abortionist Neuhaus sets up second "fund-me" appeal

Kansas abortionist Kris Neuhaus(AP Photo/John Hanna, File) By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Ex-Kansas abortionist Kris Neuhaus wants your pity (she sees herself as a martyr) and your money. In a radio interview Thursday, Neuhaus elaborated that she has lost her research job "without explanation"

Tennessee Gov. signs 48-hour waiting period into law

Gov. Bill Haslam   By Dave Andrusko Ten days ago Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam signed a bill into law requiring that all clinics performing more than 50 surgical abortions each year be regulated as outpatient surgery centers and inspected annually.

See you in New Orleans

convojoin2015 The National Right to Life Convention is coming to New Orleans this summer. Join the national meeting of the pro-life grassroots July 9, 10, & 11, 2015, to learn and grow together

Rep. Duffy asks: "What do we stand for in America if we can't stand up for the most defenseless and voiceless among us?"

Rep. Sean Duffy By Dave Andrusko On May 13, the day the House passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, 242-184, we included the powerful statements in support of HR 36 by House Majority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ).

"Bust the Ban?" They want to bust the child.

unborn-babythumb2 Pro-abortion groups reacted angrily last week to a historic act of charity. Pro-life representatives in Congress voted to ban abortions done so late in pregnancy that the unborn victims of those abortions can feel excruciating pain.

21st Century progress toward making abortion unthinkable

socialnetworking44 By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The Millennial Generation has grown up with an explosion of technology -- the expansion of the Internet, the invention of the iPhone, the birth of social media, the advent of Skype.

Taylor Hale–the girl who beat death

Taylor Hale, 18 of Waukee is reunited with Dr. Jeff Stickel, of Adio Chiropractic Clinic, on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, for the first time since Stickel met with Hale in the hospital hours before her miraculous recovery from a coma caused by her brain swelling after falling off the hood of a car in 2011. Stickel laid his hands on her neck and prayed for her while she was in the hospital. (Photo: Kelsey Kremer/The Register) By Dave Andrusko Taylor Hale is 17 years old and, like who knows how many other young people, is about to graduate from high school next week– Waukee High School in Iowa, to be specific.

Why disability rights advocates oppose assisted suicide

Diane Coleman   By Diane Coleman, President of the disability rights group – Not Dead Yet. This past Monday [May 11], the Syracuse Post Standard published an op-ed I wrote that gives a bit of the history behind the position

Pro-abortion writer: There should be more abortions

pregnanttummy10 By Sarah Terzo How many times have you heard a pro-abortion person say that abortion should be rare? The oft-repeated words, notably spoken by pro-abortion president Bill Clinton are "safe, legal, and rare."

Shamelessly, Planned Parenthood touts itself as "safe haven" for newborn babies

safehaven4 By Dave Andrusko Why could/would/should it surprise you that Planned Parenthood, which corrupts everything it touches, also leads the galaxy in hypocrisy?

Suicide advocacy group faces conviction amidst rash of state bills to legalize assisting suicide

Barbara Coombs Lee By Jennifer Popik, Legislative Counsel, National Right to Life's Powell Center for Medical Ethics The suicide advocacy group, Final Exit Network, was recently found guilty of violating Minnesota's law against assisting suicide.

New film shows the "lighter" side of assisted suicide

farewellpartymoviere By Dave Andrusko Over the months, I'd read about "The Farewell Party," which opened this week. The movie is set in a "Jerusalem retirement home in which one resident, an amateur inventor, devises a 'mercy-killing machine,'"
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