Entries Tagged ‘Human Events’

Media helps Democrats distort abortion debate

The Associated Press tells us that the “GOP-led House on Tuesday passed a far-reaching anti-abortion bill.” But don’t worry, Politico adds. It is “largely symbolic: The bill will be dead on arrival in the Senate.” … The Democrats’ ill-fated gun restriction push was never a “symbolic effort” or “far-reaching,” was it? Coverage of the Newtown, […]

Abortion backers try to justify Planned Parenthood’s Black Friday specials

One never knows which posts are going to get more attention than others. (I’m usually wrong when I guess, actually.)

So I was surprised my blog on Planned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast’s Black Friday specials got quite a bit of traction, from Fox to the Christian Post to Human Events.

All the attention forced a response from the other side.

Vote for life

Election Day offers voters clear choices on a variety of important issues. The election will determine whether we as a country continue to head down the road toward European socialism or instead embrace free markets; whether we have a smaller or larger federal government; and whether we embrace a confident foreign policy or continue to […]

Breaking: Eric Holder’s wife co-owns abortion clinic building run by indicted abortionist

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Thanks to pro-lifers Michelle Wolven and Catherine Davis, a small group of us have been on this story for weeks.

While Michelle and Catherine were digging through online records of Georgia abortion clinics, they stumbled on the fact that Attorney General Eric Holder’s wife Sharon Malone Holder (both pictured right) co-owns with her sister an Atlanta area abortion clinic building.

The building is located at 6210 Old National Highway, College Park, Georgia.

The business itself is called Old National GYN. Click on deed above and see below…

Are abortion proponents ignoring the obvious?

The “pro-choice” crowd isn’t very good at handling the humanity of abortion’s targets, or recognizing the choices of those who contemplated abortion, but decided to bring their children into the world.  They invest much effort in confusing the unborn with the unliving.  It is wise to mistrust an argument predicated on ignorance of the obvious. […]

Support Shimkus for House GOP Energy & Commerce Chairman

This is the 3rd time I’ve written about the chairmanship of a House committee, which is a lot. But as the National Right to Life Committee detailed in a letter to the House Republican Steering Committee on November 18: There is no committee of the House of Representatives that has policy and oversight jurisdiction over […]

Scandal: ACOG’s collusion with the White House to rewrite objective medical opinion to fit subjective political script

UDPATE, 1:09p:

Executive order to placate Democrat pro-lifers incoming?

UPDATE, 3/21, 8:15a: A Bart Stupak previously said he took advice on healthcare from these groups. We shall see….


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