Entries Tagged ‘Bush’

Judge to Obama administration: Yes, I meant it, stop tax-paid embryo research

Loved this headline, as if judges are supposed to rule on the basis of liking or disliking cases at hand… Yesterday Chief Judge Royce Lamberth of the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia denied the Obama administration’s emergency request to lift his August 23 temporary injunction against federal funding of embryonic stem cell […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 8-24-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The CA Stem Cell Report has some links regarding Judge Lamberth’s recent decision on the federal funding of embryonic stem cell research including the text of the decision and a Wall Street Journal article which notes the federal government had raised the amount it was spending on ESCR […]

Democrats losing the “God” vote

When you look at “tickling the ears.”) But now they’re back, as the aforementioned and following polls indicate, but it’s not a phenomenon pro-lifers should take for granted. Part of our strategy must be to cement the fickle pro-life beliefs of the mushy middle. Obama has also given us an opening to attract liberal Jews….

Breaking from WaPo: “Landmark” abstinence ed study “could have major implications”

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Move to permanently revoke Mexico City Policy could sink 2010 spending bill

President Ronald Reagan enacted the

Abstinence education makes made a difference

Some interesting information comes to us from the 104 Babcock. From 2001 to 2005, US states had the choice to either accept or reject abstinence funding from the Bush administration, and the statistics were compiled by the CDC. With all of their crowing about how “abstinence education doesn’t work,” pro-aborts may want to take note: […]

(Prolifer)ations 7-7-09

by Kelli Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs… New York Times article regarding how Obama “stimulus” funds are being spent: The so-called economic stimulus legislation is funding comparative studies on the effectiveness of health care options, which includes strategies of “over-the-counter access to oral contraceptives or other hormonal methods, expanding access to long-acting […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-30-09

by Jonathan Oyama has probably the worst editorial I’ve ever read in the Daily49er for Cal State Long Beach, focusing on his dislike of a display with images of aborted children. He claims the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform shouldn’t be allowed to display these pictures because of “Supreme Court cases on freedom of speech rights” […]


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