I'm running into more and more right-to-lifers
who are open to this argument.
Ohio and Kentucky right-to-lifers
held special Congressional Breakfasts with their legislators on the morning of the march.
Right-to-lifers won't even send money to the Third World to support birth control because a small percentage of the money might be spent on abortions.
Right-to-lifers love to show pictures of aborted fetuses.
With two cardinals, two archbishops, and three bishops on the committee, along with papal favorites like [Mary Ann] Glendon and [Michael] Novak and certified right-to-lifers
like [Robert] Casey and [John] Noonan, it was hardly a group to start endorsing heresy," recalled author Peter Steinfels.
Perhaps a better theory-one most right-to-lifers have ignored-is that contraception in the U.
Though Planned Parenthood led a campaign to land contraceptive ads on TV a few years ago, it apparently didn't bombard the networks with as much mail or as many calls as the right-to-lifers.
Until Norplant-which was opposed not just by some right-to-lifers but by the pro-choice National Women's Health Network (they said not enough testing had been done)-no fundamentally new contraceptive methods had been approved for use in the United States since the sixties.
The right-to-lifers gathered for the annual Hands around the Capitol, where the crowd of almost 500 completely circled the capitol building in a public witness against abortion.
The right-to-lifers stressed the need for the Senate to pass the bill.
It was stretching it to equate some civilly disobedient right-to-lifers
with hooded white supremacists with lynching and murder on their bigoted minds.
That kind of confirmation lulls us into avoiding the issues right-to-lifers