Sunday, December 20, 2015

National Right to Life News This Week 12/20/15

The best of NRL News Today this week:

All They Really Want for Christmas…

Clara Little meeting children at the orphanage where her little sister lives.
By Joleigh Little, Teens for Life Director, Wisconsin Right to Life "Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They are easier to ignore before you see their faces. It is easier to pretend they're not real before you

Further reflections on the baby who survived Anna Yocca's attempted coat-hanger abortion

By Dave Andrusko If you utilize as I do the Google search engine, you'll see a story or three a day about Anna Yocca, each more sympathetic than the previous one to a woman who is charged with attempted murder

December digital edition of National Right to Life News is must reading

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday was a challenge and a half, but as of this morning the December edition of the monthly digital National Right to Life News is available for you to read and to forward to your pro-life friends,

Appeals Court rejects challenge to Arizona law barring abortions based on child's race or sex

Arizona State Rep. Steve Montenegro crafted the bill
By Dave Andrusko Of all the circuit courts of appeals, probably none would be less likely to uphold a pro-life law than the abortion-happy 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. But that's what a unanimous three-judge panel did Tuesday.

The three intractable problems of Roe v. Wade

By Paul Stark Editor's note. Hard as it is to believe, we are just a little over five weeks away from commemorating the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade. This month we are reposting some of the stories written in

No One Seems to Know How Many Abortion Clinics Collect Fetal Tissue

By Rebecca Gonzales An editorial in Nature, one of the world's leading scientific journals, recently covered the political debate surrounding fetal tissue harvesting and the editors' perceived threat to this form of research with the defunding of abortion giant, 

National Right to Life Academy empowers pro-life college students to make a difference

By Andrew Bair Recently, we marked 60 years since Rosa Parks boldly refused to give up her bus seat. Her courageous act had a tremendous ripple effect nationwide, changing hearts and minds and inspiring others to get involved in the

'It was my job to protect him': powerful words from mother of baby with Trisomy 18

Editor's note. The following first appeared in the Irish pro-life publication "Life Zone."  This past week on the Pat Kenny radio show, a mother whose little boy lived for 2 days after birth with Trisomy 18 spoke powerfully and inspiringly

Pro-life forces score major win in U.S. Senate with approval of bill to defund Planned Parenthood, repeal major elements of Obamacare

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and NRLC President Carol Tobias.
President Obama vows veto Editor's note. This appears in the newest digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read the entire issue at WASHINGTON (December 14, 2015) – In a major victory for the pro-life movement

What is at stake in 2016

Ilyse G. Hogue,  president,NARAL Pro-Choice America
By Dave Andrusko Say goodbye next year to Roe v. Wade? A turnabout fervently to be desired, even if that prospect is used by NARAL to attempt to frighten donors to meet its latest fundraising goal. 

Woman's Planned Parenthood abortion led to serious health problems

By Sarah Terzo In the book Life at All Costs: An Anthology of Voices from 21st-Century Black Pro-Life Leaders, former Planned Parenthood patient Tegra Little describes her abortion at Planned Parenthood and its tragic aftermath.

Remind Everyone: Abortion Costs Lives!

These flyers contain important facts and figures about abortion in this country in a clear and easy-to-read format. These flyers are suitable for any audience, and are great for gatherings, fairs, or Church services.  

Set to abort, mother who changed her mind says without her son, "I wouldn't have had a purpose yet"

Brittany Davis
By Dave Andrusko When a newspaper professes to profile the abortion experiences of women, pro-lifers can be forgiven if we are suspicious that there will not be an account of a woman who changed her mind–and is glad she did.
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