Entries for July, 2005

NOW’s fraudulent abortion poster women

The National Organization for Women recently posted an Emergency Alert with the headline, “Bush Picks Anti-Roe Nominee… Women’s Lives on the Line.” In the alert, NOW included the photos of four women it said “are the faces of women who died because they could not obtain safe and legal abortions,” below, the obvious inference being […]

The real Nazis

From yesterday’s BellevilleNewsDemocrat.com: (Belleville is in southern Illinois, a Democrat-stronghold, i.e., Durbin territory.)

IL’s Manzullo takes on IL’s Blagojevich et al

Wendy Wright, Senior Policy Director for Concerned Women for America, Washington, DC, just forwarded the following press release, adding that Manzullo “did a great job today chairing a hearing on the forcing of pharmacies to provide morning-after-pill”: Manzullo: Pharmacists Shouldn’t Be Forced to Choose Between Their Business, Beliefs Monday, July 25, 2005 (WASHINGTON) House Small […]

Glamour Magazine laments “The mysterious disappearance of young pro-choice women”

Leon at RedState.org has handsomely critiqued the biased article in this month’s Glamour Magazine entitled, “The mysterious disappearance of young pro-choice women.” As Leon says, the piece provides pro-lifers with encouragement in an unintended way. Here’s an example, a graph from the article:

“When even Borking might not work”

About the Democrats’ quandary regarding Roberts, Pruden wrote this in his July 22 column: The shrewder Democratic pols and their brighter liege men in the media understand what has happened to them. First they lost their domination of the media; the New York Times, The Washington Post and the television networks no longer dictate what […]

Republicans do the Pro-Life Dance

I’m tired of Republicans dancing around the Roe v. Wade issue, these days as it relates to John Roberts and the Supreme Court. What are they afraid of? Can we get a pro-lifer to the Supreme Court only by being stealth about it? I don’t like it. There’s nothing to be ashamed of or secretive […]

Woo woo

“Dems urged to reach out to pro-life voters” is the title of an Associated Press piece today reporting on former Planned Parenthood board member and current Democrat chairman Howard Dean’s latest attempt to woo pro-lifers. His solution? “I think we need to talk about this issue differently,” he said. Dr. Dean et al have come […]

Federal embryonic stem cell bill has surprisingly stalled

Although MSM has reported for months that passage of a federally-funded embryonic stem cell bill by the US Senate is a done deal, Reuters is now reporting otherwise. Specifically note the last paragraph, which gives a helpful hint in stopping this sort of legislation in the states: Despite a veto threat by President Bush, the […]


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