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Roe Plus 41

January 22, 2014

Ghastly math:  Roe v. Wade + 41 years = 55 million deaths. On this dark anniversary, tens of thousands braved Arctic cold and snow for the fortieth “March For Life” in Washington DC.  I was actually at one of these back in 1998.  It was inspiring to see so many others from all parts of [...]

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Pro-Choice Movement Tries to Hide That Which They Defend

April 29, 2010

When you want to know how effective a conservative argument is, look no further than liberals’ reaction to it.  When the liberal response is to try to stop the conservative argument from being made, then the argument is obviously a winner and should be repeated.  The most well-known example of this dynamic is the Democrat [...]

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Planned Parenthood’s Orwellian Tactics

December 10, 2009

Planned Parenthood tries to position itself as a woman’s health clinic that happens to perform abortions, rather than an abortion center.  They talk about the importance of a woman’s “choice” and abortion being one option in that choice.  Yet, their clinic actively promotes abortion to those it counsels, and even uses Orwellian tactics in its [...]

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McCain v. Obama at the Saddleback Church Civic Forum

August 17, 2008

Last evening, the evangelical mega-church, Saddleback Church, had a “civic forum” with the candidates to discuss issues Pastor Rick Warren wished to hear about.  It was not a debate in the usual sense.  The format was excellent: about 50 minutes a piece, one candidate at a time using the same questions with the same audience for [...]

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A Nadir for a Macabre Pro-Choice Society

April 18, 2008

This story is scary crazy. I’m not going to post any pictures regarding Yale University’s Aliza Shvarts’ macabre “art project” where after artificially inseminating herself and inducing a miscarriage numerous times, she used the byproduct as part in each of her “art” works. That is about as sick and twisted a thing as I’ve heard come [...]

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