Entries Tagged ‘governor’

BREAKING: Opponents of TN Amendment 1 file lawsuit to have vote invalidated

breakingUPDATE, 4:55p: Tennessee Right to Life is saying that Amendment 1 still has enough votes, even if this far-fetched lawsuit goes anywhere.

9:37a: This is insane logic, but who knows if it will work, what with the crazy liberal judges out there. From the Associated Press, last night:

Out-of-state abortion groups boost Wendy Davis’ bid for TX gov

by Kelli Wendy Davis, running for Texas governor on the strength of her stand in favor of late-term abortion, raised nearly $3.80 million in the second half of 2013. Nearly $1.07 million – 28 percent – of that money came from outside of Texas, according to my analysis of her campaign finance filing…. In fact, […]

Perry: Pro-life and pro-death penalty?

Can anyone name the best possible reason why a Catholic might vote for a governor who executed 230 people? ~ Lisa Graas via her Facebook page, September 7 [Photo via Huffington Post]

New Stupak development has pro-aborts feeling reravaged

I CQ Politics on January 12…

Stupak mulls run for governor

Way cool. Glad Stupak’s reconsidering. I think the winds of changing the change are at his back. And I think pro-lifers around the country would help fill his campaign coffers. From Politico): Rep. Bart Stupak (D–MI), a key figure in the debate over abortion in the health care overhaul in Washington, DC, is strongly considering […]

Sarah Palin: Going Rogue, Going Rouge, and price wars

I intended to write a post touting Sarah Palin’s upcoming book, Going Rogue, anyway. Now, more the reason. What I was originally going to say…

  

Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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