Entries Tagged ‘presidential campaign’

Paul Ryan’s abortion stance “consistent, not crazy”

Though most of the political squabbling over vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will concern his controversial fiscal policies, the fact that the Wisconsin congressman is also staunchly pro-life guarantees he’ll be targeted with a secondary narrative about being an anti-choice extremist…. “Extreme” in the narrow, strategic sense of how far from majority opinion these views […]

Pro-life news brief 8-15-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • At least one local North Carolina media outlet has picked up on the YouTube video of abortionist Ashutosh Virmani telling members of Operation Save America that they should “adopt one of those ugly black babies.”

Abortion supporter: There is nothing, NOTHING to like about Paul Ryan

With so much focus on Ryan’s fiscal austerity (except when it comes to tax cuts for the rich), his extreme position on women’s reproductive rights has faded into the background. Like almost all House Republicans, he has voted in lockstep with his party to deny women access to safe abortion care, contraception, breast exams, and […]

Rick Santorum: Romney must pick a pro-life VP

For the Republican Party to nominate someone who is pro-choice would be as much of a problem for the Democrats to nominate someone who is pro-life. ~ Former Republican primary presidential candidate Rick Santorum describing the difficulty that presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney would face should he select a pro-choice Vice Presidential running mate, […]

Graphic abortion ad to air during Super Bowl

Thirteen months ago I reported on pro-life activist Randall Terry’s dream to run for U.S. president strictly so as to air graphic abortion ads during Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, 2012. And by golly if Terry isn’t going to do it. Terry is in the process of buying ad time in 35 NBC metropolitan […]

Stanek weekend question II: Is Randall Terry’s run for president helpful or hurtful to the pro-life cause?

I wrote last December that pro-life activist Randall Terry had decided to run for president in the 2012 Democrat primary with the express goal of airing a graphic abortion ad during the Super Bowl. This week Terry’s first ad began airing in Iowa. The Daily Caller reports it “will run prime-time in the Des Moines […]

Rielle Hunter’s GQ interview and “divine timing” of daughter’s birth

UPDATE, 8:13p: GQ has published a long interview with Rielle Hunter in its April issue, her 1st ever about her affair with “Johnny” Edwards. If this is the sort of story that piques your interest – and I confess this was right up my alley, I’d recommend pouring yourself a cup of coffee and printing […]

  

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