Entries Tagged ‘MA’

(Results of) four races to watch on Semi-Super Tuesday

UPDATE, 5/19, 6:23a: Results: Obama: 0-4 (has now lost endorsed races in MA, NJ, VA, PA) AR Democrat US Senate primary: Incumbent Blanche Lincoln faces run-off against Bill Halter, since neither got 50% of the vote KY Republican US Senate primary: Tea Party-supported Rand Paul beat establishment-supported Trey Grayson PA Democrat US Senate primary: Joe […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-10-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Ross Douthat on the differences between teen birth and teen abortion in red and blue states: More important, Cahn and Carbone also acknowledge one of the more polarizing aspects of the “blue family” model. Conservative states may have more teen births and more divorces, but liberal states have many […]

(Prolifer)ations 2-26-10

by Susie Allen, TN pro-life activist MSNBC report…

MA abortion mill neighbors: How’s that buffer zone working out for you?

2009 “Champions for Choice” MA NARAL event) owns the last of 3 abortion mills in town since their heyday in the ’90s. “Lolly,” as Delli-Bovi is known to friends, said she had to move from a more isolated location to the Harvard St. spot – which is next door to a day care center, and […]

Pro-abort group EMILY’s List takes heat for Coakley loss

by Carder Aftershocks abound from the Scott Brown victory in MA last week. Not to be excluded are The Daily Caller, January 23: EMILY’s List, one of many progressive activist groups recovering from Tuesday’s coup.. in MA… has left some Democrats questioning the group’s coordination with candidates and its narrow focus on pro-choice women. [JLS […]

“Forces of change now target Obama”

There must be some Democrats secretly happy that Republican MA Senator-elect Scott Brown won yesterday. Brown’s victory goes a long way toward getting the Obama healthcare monkey off their back, even allowing them to shift blame to the GOP as being the “party of no.” Throughout the past year Republican politicians seem to have reacquainted […]

Scott Brown wins!

UPDATE, 1/20, 4:05a: Received this note: Fantastik, Jill! Today is a great day. I prayed that Scott Brown would win and he did. I am following all you pro-lifers, and I wish you all well. Keep up the good work Jill. Best wishes from Denmark. UPDATE, 1/19, 10p: Statement from Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch […]

Pro-lifer heckles Obama at Coakley rally

UPDATE, 2p: While the 1st video posted focuses on Obama, this video focuses on the pro-life protester: [HT:


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