Entries Tagged ‘Jessica’

Human life begins with personhood?

I mentioned a couple weeks ago an abortion clinic escort had asked to interview me, to which I agreed, and I asked her to reciprocate. Jessica posted all my responses on May 27. But I thought I’d break up her responses here in order to flesh them out (although if you’d like to read ahead, […]

Stanek weekend question: Is it morally acceptable to picket the homes of abortionists and abortion clinic workers?

UPDATE 5/29, 9:05a: Charmaine Yoest of Americans United for Life tweeted this thought, which I think is a good one to also probe: “I think it’s more of a question of effectiveness/strategy rather than morality.” Commenters yor bro ken, CC, and ninek all pondered the same. Thoughts? 5/28, 2:32: I mentioned a couple weeks ago […]

What interview questions should I ask an abortion clinic escort?

The other day I received an interview request from Jessica at High on Quacks, who described her self as “pro-choice” right up front. Jessica wrote she wanted to interview me in part because I have written about the particular abortion clinic at which she is an escort, what we pro-lifers call a “deathscort.”

Feministing: “The pro-choice movement would fail without young women”

Richer irony comes on the heels of the Feministing, aggravated by pro-abort warhorses complaining that young people aren’t engaged, wrote a response entitled, “The pro-choice movement would fail without young women.” Where to begin? I could remind Jessica that half of those aborted are female, sharply cutting into her prospect list. But wait, I’d be […]

Pro-life (but weird) subplots in pilot of ABC’s sci-fi “Defying Gravity”

When reading pro-abort complaints about Defying Gravity. Feministing’s Jessica A.V. Club, when the 1st 2 episodes aired…

Pro-aborts detest ProChoice.com

Pro-aborts are lambasting Feministing.com…

  

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