Entries for July, 2008

Another bend

On July 23 People magazine

I said what?

Archie will love this attention. It may give much needed traffic bump. Again,

Something ‘WIC’-ked this way comes

UPDATE, 9:15a: Michelle Malkin who also revealed this maddening information on her blog today: Visit the USDA’s WIC provides nutritious foods, nutrition counseling, and referrals to health and other social services to participants at no charge. WIC is effective in improving the health of pregnant women, new mothers, and their infants….

Action needed NOW on DHHS conscience protection regs

A fierce fight was launched last week over a proposed Department of Health and Human Services regulation that would attach financial strings to laws that have been in place for 35 years guaranteeing health care providers and institutions the right to practice medicine without violating conscience. See my

New Stanek WND column, “McCain and Viagra”

Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, has been touted as one of John McCain’s potential vice-presidential picks. But on July 7, Fiorina exposed herself as either a political airhead or saboteur by handing pro-aborts a wider opening to attack McCain than they could possibly have fantasized…. Since early this year, NARAL has been sounding the alarm […]

(Prolifer)ations 7-23-08

by Colleen W. News from the pro-life blogs today…. Alexa at “Dems urge Bush to halt abortion proposal”…

Coming soon: “Hype: The Obama Effect”

Breaking news: South Dakota abortion-free yesterday

KELO News Planned Parenthood of Sioux Falls, did not abort yesterday in response to a newly enforced 2005 abortion law, which I

JivinJ’s Life Links 7-22-08

by gave the chemical abortion drug misoprostol to a pregnant woman who was only in for an initial appointment. The woman later underwent a surgical abortion after experiencing pain and filed an official complaint, concludes that the nurse, Ann Downer, “was cautioned but allowed to continue practising.” Police in the Chicago area are

Obama chatter 7-21

Thanks to Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review Online for catholics and christians against john mccain 2008. The blogger describes himself this way:

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by Kelli

man silenced

I think there absolutely is a role for men in the abortion debate, and that that role is in supporting women’s freedom to choose….

Those who are anti-abortion don’t see this conversation in terms of bodily autonomy but rather in terms of human lives being lost. They would probably argue that saying men shouldn’t have a say in abortion would be like saying that non-Germans shouldn’t have a say in the Holocaust. (I realize that I just violated Godwin’s Law, but anti-abortion groups constantly compare abortion to the Holocaust, even comparing “body counts,” so this argument is actually one they would make.) As a result, no amount of discussion is going to convince anti-abortion individuals that men weighing in on the conversation is any less valid than women doing so.

This means that the conversation over the place of men’s voices in discussions of abortion takes place solely on the pro-choice side.

~ Pro-choicer Libby Anne, answering an email from a reader who asks what a man’s role should be in the abortion debate, Patheos.com, May 20

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