Entries for October, 2008

Breaking news: Planned Parenthood admits infanticide

YouTube (and Freehold Planned Parenthood in NJ describing the induced labor abortion procedure to a prospective client, so she thinks. The SFLA press release states…

Breaking news: Audio of Obama’s speech against Born Alive found

In 2001, then IL state Sen. Barack Obama, for the 2nd year in a row, was the sole person opposing Born Alive Infant bills on the state senate floor. Audio of senate floor debates is destroyed when transcripts are written. Until now, only the Chicago Tribune was known to have audio of this debate but […]

“Catholic voters no longer beholden to bishops and abortion”

That’s the title of a post by Ruth Hunt today on from another posted by Deal Hudson yesterday, blaming the bishops themselves for the problem: I never thought it likely that Catholic voters could be persuaded to support a candidate with both the most extreme record on abortion and who favors gay marriage. Yet, barring […]

Ginsburg: Roe decision “bit off more than it could chew”

Former ACLU attorney and current US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at Princeton over a week ago, on October 21, and I’m not surprised pro-abort bloggers have steered clear of discussing it. Read

Campaign for Healthy Families busted on tape for voter fraud

The bad guys are trying to get votes the old fashioned Chicago Way in SD’s abortion ban referendum. But they lack the gravitas of the Windy City’s vote fraud gangstas: They were caught on tape. Reported the

McCain church lit drop includes Born Alive

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Coming in a newspaper near you: Hype

I Hype:The Obama Effect, which includes an interview with me on Barack Obama’s opposition to Born Alive. Reported the

Supremes awaiting Dem prez to overturn Roe?

Pro-aborts are bantering a new theory: that the U.S. Supreme Court is awaiting the election of a Democrat president to “throw a wrench into the plans of a new administration” by overturning Roe v. Wade. That theory relies on another theory that Justice Anthony Kennedy has converted from being “tepidly pro-choice” to pro-life over the […]


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