Entries Tagged ‘ND’

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-17-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Ramesh Ponnuru responds to William Saletan’s advice for the pro-life movement: … Saletan says that if pro-lifers “were to embrace contraception and give it moral sanction,” it would reduce abortion more than any anti-abortion law. I’m highly skeptical. Are people really having sex without contraception because pro-lifers have […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-8-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat According to New York Magazine, George W. Bush’s view on abortion was affected by an incident in which his mother (who is pro-choice) showed him the remains of a child she miscarried. The story will be recounted tonight in an interview on NBC with Matt Lauer: After Barbara […]

Telemed quick hits: Of course it was in the federal stimulus bill; Planned Parenthoods in CA/UT up next; On guard MN

Telemed funding is in the federal stimulus bill. From the

New Planned Parenthood mega-mill in St. Paul will be eco-friendly!

I’ve PP of MN, ND, and SD is closing that mill and building a 46,000 sq. ft., 3-story mega-mill in an industrial park….

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-14-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Michael New responds to [Northwestern University law professor] Andrew Koppelman’s claims that red state policies and the religious right increase abortions: … According to Koppelman, the hostility in red states to both contraception and comprehensive sex education leads to a greater incidence of abortion. Conversely, even though blue states […]

Breaking: Nelson on board sells out; gives Dems 60th vote on healthcare

UPDATE, 2p: The Hill, which also notes Nelson’s “compromise” has not received the blessing of the USCCB…

Senate buries Nelson/Hatch/Casey pro-life amendment to healthcare bill

54-45, and tabling means the amendment has been set aside and has effectively failed. Since this was a vote to table rather than a vote on passage, the pro-life vote was NAY. The vote breakdown…

Nelson: “I have drawn a line in the sand”

UPDATE, 8:25a: The Politico article below indicated a vote may come as early as today on a Nelson-Hatch pro-life amendment to the Senate healthcare bill. However, a reliable Senate source wrote this morning, “Such an amendment has yet to even be filed and no agreements have been reached regarding that issue.” Stay tuned. 7:20a:This is […]

  

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