Entries for February, 2007

CDC vaccine chairman opposes HPV vaccine mandate

From today’s

Mandate male circumcision?

A Feb. 23 article in the

Blogging on IL pro-life issues

I blogged a few times yesterday on the IllinoisReview.com blog re: human embryo/cloning experimentation legislation working its way through the IL legislature…. On bill crafters changing their definition of cloning… “maker” would do On the mainstream media’s help suggestion that the state abandon its legal fight against Choose Life license plates and instead scrap all […]

Movie: Amazing Grace; travel

I will be traveling today and tomorrow and likely not able to post. (Am speaking at a banquet for the here. Go to the official website

Lust at Tufts

From Tufts University’s (MA) campus newspaper, Feb. 15: Visitors to the Mayer Campus Center on Valentine’s Day opened the door to discover phallic balloons, condom roses and a “vulva wishing tree,” which were decorations for the “Sex Fair,” hosted by VOX: Voices for Choice. “The goal of the Sex Fair is to create a dialogue […]

NYC’s ruptured condom campaign

I alluded in my Gothamist’s site. This is related to the HPV vaccine fak in that its proponents want to educate about the vaccine, not the sexually destructive behavior that leads to the need for a vaccine. NYC stats are shocking. According to the here the “prevention” techniques Dr. Thomas Frieden, Commissioner of the NYC […]

Human eggs for sale

As liberal legislators across the country promote taxpayer funded embryonic stem cell/cloning experimentation, a main argument is there are leftover embryos in in vitro fertilization clinics they can see put to good use that would otherwise be discarded. We have always maintained the number of embryos available for experimentation is minute, and women will soon […]

New Stanek WND column, “Why not mandate condoms for boys?”

It doesn’t seem fair that legislators are focusing solely on adolescent girls to try to slow the spread the sexually transmitted disease human papillomavirus…. Lawmakers around the country are introducing legislation faster than sperm swims mandating that 11- and 12-year-old girls be injected with the three-dose HPV vaccination regimen (well, maybe six, or more, since […]

Merck admits influencing legislators thru WiG and cash

The New York Times, this morning….

Merck suspends mandatory HPV vaccine campaign

Read story on page 2: Merck suspends campaign to make Gardasil vaccination mandatory, Wall Street Journal, 4:52 p.m. EST [Hat tip: Merck stops campaign to mandate gardasil vaccine use (update 3), Bloomberg, 5:27 EST [Hat tip:

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by Kelli

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The other reason the GOP’s presidential nominee should go on the offense on abortion is that the Democratic Party’s abortion platform is extreme — and its likely presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, is no exception. Democratic presidential candidates typically support abortion measures that a majority of Americans find extremely distasteful, like late-term abortions, federal abortion subsidies, abolishing parental notifications, and so on.

Now, of course, the media will never let voters know this. But this is all the more reason to turn the tables on them. That’s what ads are for. That’s what debate stages are for.

The next GOP presidential nominee should therefore adopt the following strategy. First, he or she should give a speech that, while emphasizing his or her strong pro-life views, acknowledges the profound division of Americans on the issue and commits to only supporting abortion restrictions that are supported by a majority of the public.

Then, he or she should attack Hillary Clinton for her extreme positions on abortion. Phrases like “in the pocket of the multibillion dollar Planned Parenthood abortion business” should be used as a matter of course. The key is to refuse to back down or prevaricate during the ensuing media firestorm: the GOP candidate is the moderate candidate on abortion, but Hillary Clinton has extreme positions on abortion, and the American people have a right to know it.

~ Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The Week, April 27

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