Entries for February, 2007

Time: Cover story on pregnancy care centers

Time magazine is on the “new face of an old movement,” medically-modelled pregnancy care centers that perform ultrasounds and conduct STD testing. I read the article first from a pro-life activist’s perspective (me!) and thought it exceedingly placed pccs under a microscope and on the defensive. Would, for instance, that Time reported on undercover investigative […]

Gone and hoped forgotten

A WorldNetDaily.com headline story yesterday expanded on my Feb 12 blog post, “Bodies of evidence,” about sidewalk counselors reporting a young father to Orlando police who brought his baby, accidentally aborted at home, to James Pendergraft’s Florida abortion mill. Police refused to act. According to Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel to WND, at least two […]

Why not mandate condoms for boys?

It has’t seemed fair that liberal legislators are focusing solely on young girls in their attempts to mandate 3 vaccinations (well, maybe 6 or more, since they’ve only been proven to last 4 years) to stop 4 strains (of over 100) of one sexually transmitted disease, HPV. So when The New York Post

Dream team: Prez Limbaugh, VP Coulter

A new TV comedy show starts this weekend – Sunday night at 9pm CST – on the Fox News Channel. It’s called “The 1/2 Hour News Hour” and is produced by "24" producers Joel Surnow and Manny Coto.  The show spoofs the mainstream media and how it portrays news. Sunday’s premiere features a look at […]

Losing the MAP battle: crippled over contraceptives

NARAL used

George: Keep the main embryo the main embryo

Princeton University professor Robert George gave great talking points about embryonic stem cell experimentation during a lecture last week at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, according to Towers Online, Feb. 15, the most important being: “The fact that… embryonic stem cells probably will not prove to be the therapeutic miracle that they have been hyped to […]

Response from Phill Kline to KS Supreme decision

Feb. 14, 7:49 p.m. Today, the Kansas Supreme Court granted Paul Morrison’s request to dismiss the appeal of Judge Clark’s dismissal of the charges against George Tiller. Already, it appears the media is once again failing to report the substantive facts regarding the action today. We will see if their full stories do any better […]

Giuliani: life support or death knell?

There are certainly polar opposite views of Republican abortion proponent Rudy Giuliani’s candidacy for president: Pro-life pro-Rudy For me and other socially conservative, pro-life voters who are inclined to support Mayor Giuliani, however, there is one bridge he can build to make him acceptable – appoint judicial conservatives to the federal bench…. ~ Blogger Mass […]


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