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Not “Stupid,” Just Duped

Not “Stupid,” Just Duped

December 4, 2013 at 9:00 am 1 comment

by Steven H. Aden: Rather than confront evidence of unsanitary abortions, the ACLU chooses to mischaracterize commonsense health regulations with juvenile cartoons. More and more states are adopting commonsense laws to protect women and children from the abuses of the profit-driven abortion industry. And for good reason: state inspections have found […]

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JFK Wouldn’t Even Be Allowed To Speak At Today’s Democratic National Convention

JFK Wouldn’t Even Be Allowed To Speak At Today’s Democratic National Convention

November 22, 2013 at 2:00 pm 4 comments

by Casey Mattox: Fifty years ago today, Lee Harvey Oswald killed President John F. Kennedy. I’m probably not the first person to remind you of that today. But as everyone looks back wistfully on America’s Camelot, this is a good opportunity to remember that the JFK of a half century […]

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Politics and Abortion Trump Women’s Health in California

Politics and Abortion Trump Women’s Health in California

October 17, 2013 at 8:15 am 1 comment

by Teresa Ackley: California officials rolled out a new state law that permits non-doctors to perform first trimester abortions. While the blogosphere tussles over whether the loosened regulations endanger or liberate women seeking abortions, this one woman worries that, in their fervor to see reproductive ‘justice’ done, pro-choice activists have […]

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Complacency is Not an Option for the Pro-Life Movement

Complacency is Not an Option for the Pro-Life Movement

February 7, 2013 at 9:30 am 0 comments

by Marie Connelly This year marks the 40th anniversary of abortion’s insertion into the United States Constitution.  Time Magazine recently published an article lamenting the failure of the pro-choice movement during the years since Roe v. Wade’s passage, while noting the corresponding achievements of pro-lifers.  Although this uncharacteristic honesty may […]

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