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The Post-Election Digital issue of National Right to Life News has stories for everyone

by | Nov 26, 2014

By Dave Andrusko

Nov2014FrontcoverWe deliberately published our online edition of National Right to Life News later in November so as to be able to include full coverage of what turned out to be even better off-year elections results that we could have anticipated. And, as we made clear in story after story, your role in putting pro-life candidates over the top could not be exaggerated.

As many of you already have, you can read the entire 34-page issue at

So what will you find in the post-election issue of the “pro-life newspaper of record”? To begin with, 32 stories and columns.

Election coverage? And then some. You’ll find summaries and overviews and analysis and numbers in stories appearing on pages 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, and 14.

But there are other stories that will stir your soul. For example Garth Brooks’ tender ballad simply titled “Mom.” And the courage of athlete Lauren Hill, facing terminal brain disease, who is an example of courage and moxie and refusal to give.

And just at deadline we were able to add the incredibly poignant story of Chris Picco. Chris had just lost his wife when she mysteriously died in her sleep after deliver their son, Lennon James, at 24 weeks.

Lennon was in serious trouble from the get-go and Chris played songs on his guitar to his baby boy. When Lennon died at four days old, the video of Chris playing to Lennon went viral. (If you haven’t seen it, please watch this touching story.)

There is much, much more in this edition. Everything from Planned Parenthood’s huge investment in the 2014 elections, an investment that was a huge bust; to the election of a governor in Maryland who is not a supporter of physician-assisted suicide; to a wonderful review of a powerful new book by gifted writer who offers valuable insights about what it means to have a child with Down syndrome.

Please read the issue and pass stories (or the entire edition!) to pro-life family, friends, and colleagues.

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