A record-breaking 17 new pro-life women were just elected to Congress – further proof that, as Republican Sen. Steve Daines of Montana remarked upon the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, “There is no American dream that women can’t achieve,” and we don’t need abortion to do it.
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: In this special edition of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly, we dedicate the show to the battle of overturning Roe v. Wade at the Supreme Court. We’re joined by Kevin Theriot, senior counsel and vice president of the Center for Life with Alliance Defending Freedom, to answer our legal questions and what kind of case it would take to chip away at the abortion ruling… and much more!
Move over, Nancy Pelosi: Pro-life women are driving the new Republican surge in Congress – an unmistakable rebuke to Democrats’ radical abortion agenda. With several races still too close to call, the number of newly elected pro-life women is up to 16. Seven of these candidates flipped seats held by pro-abortion Democrats.
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: Senator Steve Daines of Montana, Chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus, won his competitive reelection race and joins us to discuss the important role of the Senate moving forward. We speak with Prudence Robertson of the Susan B. Anthony List for continued pro-life analysis of the election results, including the major consequences the upcoming two Georgia Senate runoffs could have for the pro-life movement… and much more!
“The surge of victorious pro-life women candidates in the U.S. House is a stunning blow to Nancy Pelosi and her pro-abortion agenda,” Ms. Dannenfelser said. “So far, we have more than doubled the number of pro-life women in the House, with more races to be called. Seven pro-life women candidates flipped pro-abortion Democrat-held seats.”
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: As the 2020 presidential election nears a resolution, we take a look at what the results so far mean for the immediate future of the pro-life movement with Susan B. Anthony List’s Mallory Quigley and National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru… and much more!