Entries for June, 2005

Baby, baby

Britney Spears released a new single June 14, “Someday (I Will Understand),” a song she wrote to her prenatal baby. Baby upstages Britney in the music video, stealing every scene in which s/he appears inside Mom’s beautiful, 5-months-pregnant belly. Words to song on page 2.

Who loves you, baby?

Reuters reported today: The most-used Internet site, has shut down all its user-created Internet chat rooms amid concerns that adults were using the sites to try to have sex with minors…. The user-created chat rooms in question, where Internet users converse in real time, had names including “Girls 13 And Under For Older Guys” and […]

Madigan subpoenaed for IL Choose-Life lawsuit

This will be interesting only to IL pols: IL Speaker of the House Michael Madigan was subpoenaed June 17 to give a deposition on what part he played, if any (ha), to stop the Illinois Choose Life license plate legislation last year. (Side note: Workers at Madigan’s law office told the process server he wasn’t […]

Two cheers for Joan Lunden

The cover of the July issue of Good Housekeeping shows former Good Morning America host Joan Lunden showing off her second set of surrogate twins born within two years. At age 54, Lunden was pushing the Brave New World envelope, I thought. But, instead, pro-lifers should give her kudos. Reported GH….

Embryonic and cloned hens coming home to roost

There is so much to be infuriated about re: yesterday’s Associated Press story on the embryo/cloning stem cell conference that opened June 21 in San Francisco. Like men going through mid-life crisis, embryonic stem cell proponents’ own own hype has caused panicked insecurity with a public display of impotence and fessing up of the truth. […]

Poland faces the truth

Polskie Radio reports today: 14 giant anti-abortion billboards have been put up in the city centre of Lodz in central Poland. All of them abound in drastic scenes, and they are displayed right next to war images [Rwanda, Yugoslavia]. The organizers think it’s a good way to appeal to people’s conscience. The audio of the […]

Which is it, Nancy, good or bad?

Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL, had this to say about legislation introduced June 21 in both the US House and Senate called “The Parents Right to Know Act,” which would require clinics receiving Title X federal funds to notify parents of minors seeking contraception at least five days before writing a prescription: “Anti-birth control zealots […]

Capitol Hill hearing will spotlight Roe

From Citizen Link, today: U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback believes a hearing he’s holding Thursday on Capitol Hill could eventually lead to the overturning of the Supreme Court’s infamous Roe v. Wade decision. Brownback, R-Kan., will convene the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Constitution, Civil Rights and Property Rights subcommittee to examine the consequences of Roe v. Wade […]


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