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Pro-lifers shut down anti-personhood rally

Shelby Knox is a pro-abort activist starlet being called by some “the next Gloria Steinem.”

Earlier this week Knox flew to the Colorado to help NARAL Colorado attempt to squelch votes for the Personhood Amendment 62 campaign. Yesterday Knox participated in a No on 62 rally in Colorado Springs. Afterward she tweeted

… and posted this positive albeit unimpressive photo…

Not so fast, little Ms. Gloria wannabe. Here’s the other half of the story.

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Weekend question: Why are young men more pro-life than their fathers?

Esquire released a “Survey of American Men” on September 16 with results that surprised them:

Surprisingly, 20-year-olds are more conservative in many of their social attitudes: They’re 3 times more likely than 50-year-olds to say that divorce is never an option; they’re more likely to want their wives to stay home and take care of the kids; and there are more 20-year-olds who self-identify as pro-life than pro-choice.

Here was the breakdown, which shows the pro-abort side losing on all counts. Click to enlarge:

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Liberal feminists miffed that police chief suggested prevention tips against date rape

A startling statistic was presented at the August 2 Dallas Public Safety Committee meeting: Rape there is up 25.3% over last year.

Police Chief David Brown (pictured right) was pressed on this, and here was how blogger Andrea Grimes of the Dallas Observer interpreted his remarks:

But Ms. Jasso read my mind, asking the Chief to explain the… increase…. is it that victims are reporting rapes more frequently, or that more rapes are happening? The answer, unfortunately: More rapes, says Chief Brown, specifically date rapes. And we all know what the solution to date rape is: getting women to stop drinking, because that is what causes date rape. Not dudes raping women, but women drinking.

Blogger Shelby Knox piled on:

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Obama supports abortion tax in Senate healthcare plan

We know there is a disparity between the House and Senate healthcare plans on abortion coverage.
The House plan draws a clear line of demarcation: No public funded abortions either directly or indirectly.
The Senate plan includes an abortion tax, as outlined in the Washington Times piece below (and corroborated by pro-abortion DHHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius):

On Page 41 (lines 5-8) of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s manager amendment, the proposed rules mandate that everyone buying insurance through new exchanges or through the new government-run plan must pay a monthly abortion premium to be used for elective abortion services. This fee applies “without regard to the enrollee’s age, sex or family status.”…

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