Entries for February, 2008

“Personal choice vs. retail choice” and other gems

Earlier this month NARAL Pro-Choice Washington Abortion in Washington blog, the Washington State Pharmacy Association, although pro-MAP, promptly released a statement that it was “appalled by [NARAL’s] sloppy data collection process and inaccurate conclusions… littered with errors, out-of-date information and inaccuracies.” These included marking 30 pharmacies as both stocking and not stocking the MAP, etc. […]

The new black

About this year’s Academy Awards Moviefone

Pro-life victory in US Senate

This morning the US Senate voted 52-42 to ban Indian Health Service funds from being used for abortions except to save a mother’s life, or for rape or incest of a minor. This has been long-standing US policy since 1982, when President Reagan closed a loophole and Congress later agreed, in conjunction with the Hyde […]

UCLA student health center enables student orgy

Later today UCLA campus pro-lifers will release the winter issue of their student newspaper, The Advocate. It will be a blockbuster. Readers may recall Lila Rose, who spearheads The Advocate. Last spring The Advocate The O’Reilly Factor, and PP threatened to sue. Well, hold on, because this issue of The Advocate will knell PP another […]

Pro-abort prof to develop balanced abortion curriculum?

Oh, please. Pro-abort, pro-gay Drury University professor Teresa Hornsby has been sits on the board of the Abortion Conversation Project, where they “envision a world in which abortion is affirmed as a moral decision without stigma.”…

“A bloody good rollicking”

Tough love works. And another evidence doctors aren’t God. From the the

Planned Parenthood runs the investigation against itself

You may have read a February 23

Annuale. Once a year. Period.

Even liberals are suspicious of an infusion of female steroids that blocks all but 1 period a year. Here’s a spoof from SNL this past weekend. WARNING: PG-13 for language and simply being SNL gross: [HT: natb33]


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