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August issue of National Right to Life News now on line

by | Aug 13, 2014


By Dave Andrusko

FrontcoverwebA heads-up to our faithful readers. As of Monday morning, the August issue of National Right to Life News—the “pro-life newspaper of record”—can be accessed and read in its entirely at

We’ve produced a digital edition of NRL News, starting last January. This option offers many advantages: the newspaper can be read immediately, is available instantly to anyone with access to the Internet, is free, can be updated as events unfold, and (best of all, in some ways) can be forwarded to anyone and everyone on your social networks or through ordinary email.

I’m convinced you will enjoy this edition, which a lot of people labored on to produce. We’re posting the lead editorial on NRL News Today as a sample of the content.

The goal of every edition of NRL News is to educate, inspire, and motive..

We have several stories about research illustrating with data what we knew intuitively and experientially: the unborn child is amazing, a little one whose behavior as they develop is remarkably similar to newborns. And, on page two, we talk about how every pro-lifer can be a more effective “teacher.”

All of us can take heart from how abortion clinics are closing; how women-helping centers continue to provide vital assistance to women in crisis pregnancies (in spite of a slew of lawsuits); and how the care and concern of passers-by have rescued children abandoned by their parents.

And who cannot be motivated by the resolution of state legislatures not to be intimidated into inaction by the usual battery of pro-abortion legal outlets. They continue to pass the kind of legislation that has wide support among the public. (Interesting, is it not, how our benighted opposition howls when we pass laws that protect women.)

Take some time today and tomorrow and the next day and read the entire 32-page August issue of National Right to Life News. And please pass it along to all your pro-life contacts.

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