January 22, 1999

NRL News' Special Commemorative Issue


Senators John McCain, Bob Smith Take Steps To Run for President


 Senator John McCain (R-Az.)

Senator Bob Smith

WASHINGTON (Jan. 4) - - Two U.S. senators have taken the first formal steps towards seeking the Republican nomination for president in the year 2000.
On December 30, Senator John McCain (R-Az.) filed papers with the Federal Election Commission establishing an "exploratory committee," a step often taken by candidates before they formally declare their candidacies.

 NEW SPEAKER IS PRO-LIFE. Congressman Dennis Hastert (R-Il.), shown above, was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives on January 6. Congressman Hastert had a 100% pro-life voting record for the 1997-98 Congress. House Republicans chose Hastert to replace retiring Speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.), after Congressman Bob Livingston (La.) withdrew his name from consideration for the office on December 19.

NRLC '99: "One of the Most Important Things Your Chapter Can Do in 1999"

By Jacki Ragan

Each year NRLC strives to ensure that its annual convention lives up
to being THE educational event of the year. We plan three full days of educational, motivational, and "how-to" sessions that are just what you need to take back home, share with other pro-lifers, and carry the battle on for another year.


From the President

Wanda Franz, Ph.D.


There is a saying that patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels. One could equally make the case that religion is the last refuge of the pro-abortion variety of scoundrels. Their use of religion is most creative: They are ready to invoke religion to justify the right to have an abortion ("it's a matter between a woman, her doctor, and her God"), but consider it unacceptable to invoke religion to justify the right to life.

When "her God" gives a woman permission to have her child killed by an abortionist, she exercises a constitutional right. When pro-lifers seek to protect the child because God has created the child in His image and endowed her with the inalienable right to life, they are accused of imposing religious doctrine on the public in violation of "separation of church and state." Pro-abortionists insist on having it both ways.


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