Entries Tagged ‘2nd Amendment’

Stanek wkend question: Should both pro-life and pro-choice be pro-gun?

A writer at Policymic.com has a provocative thought:

imageMany abortion supporters in feminist organizations and in liberal celebrity circles strongly defend a woman’s right to choose and to control decisions about what happens to their bodies, however, when it comes to a woman’s right to protect their bodies from potential harm, shamefully these same people are silent….

Pro-2Aers to join pro-lifers as source of embarrassment to GOP?

So the NRA, members of the NRA – you see, you gun owners, I have to tell you, you are seen in exactly the same light as pro-lifers are seen, a bunch of pickup-truck-driving hayseed hicks who get to church on Saturday night to get a close parking space for services on Sunday. And you […]

Libs skewer Victoria Jackson for calling Obama a hypocrite on school shooting

We taped the next episode of Life Talk yesterday, and one of the guests was former Saturday Night Live star Victoria Jackson. Jackson is now an outspoken conservative. Jackson described how liberals have been attacking her the past several days for this Facebook post (click to enlarge): Of course, Jackson made perfect sense. The Sandy […]

Liberal logic: Founding Fathers – anti-gun but pro-abortion?

Abortion; death of the most innocent. A total of 827,609 abortions were reported to CDC for 2007. In 2008, approximately 1.21 million abortions took place in the U.S. No current data is available. Or, bluntly – 3,325 every day of the year in 2008, meaning 139 innocent lives every hour. Or, 5.3 Newtown catastrophes every […]

The upside of Kagan’s confirmation

UPDATE, 7:35a: More good observations in Politico today. One excerpt: Analysts see a slew of factors behind the increasingly narrow votes on Supreme Court nominees. The Senate as a whole has become more polarized, in part because of the rise of partisan media outlets and the Internet. The courts themselves have become a greater focus […]

New Stupak development has pro-aborts feeling reravaged

I CQ Politics on January 12…

  

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