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Gallup: Americans want stricter abortion laws; satisfaction with current policy plummets

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Per Gallup, February 9:

In 2015, 34% of Americans say they are satisfied with current U.S. abortion policies. This is the lowest percentage since Gallup first asked the question in 2001.

Gallup determined Republicans were the most dissatisfied political group, and they want stricter rather than less strict laws:

Two significant pro-life bills introduced during 1st week of new Congress

capitol-sun-575Representative Diane Black just issued a press statement announcing that she, along with Reps. Bill Flores, Jackie Walorski, Chris Smith, Joe Pitts, and over 80 House cosponsors, have reintroduced the Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act,” which would prohibit any organization that provide abortions from receiving Title X Family Planning dollars.

Stanek wkend Q: Thoughts on defeat of “war on women” meme?

obama-in-chicago-teaching-the-principles-of-saul-alinskyThe 5th rule in Saul Alinsky’s book, Rules for Radicals, which is the playbook of the Left (even taught by President Barack Obama when he was a law professor), is:

Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.

Abortion groups breathlessly go “undercover” – at a public pro-life meeting

Abortion groups NARAL and Progress Texas went undercover at a public pro-life meetingAlthough pro-choicers admit over and over and over (and over and over and over) that they are losing the epic battle over abortion, they continue to be shocked and awed by pro-life prowess.

I can only deduce they think they are losing not because we’re so smart but because they’re so stupid.

Which may actually be true, a case in point being that NARAL Pro-Choice Texas and Progress Texas are under the mistaken impression they conducted a super sleuth undercover investigation of pro-lifers. LiberalAmerica.org excitedly reported that “a member of the Progress Texas team managed to slip into the Texas State Capitol last Monday for ‘Keeping Abortion Clinics Closed,’ a training seminar sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Life.”

Stanek wkend Q: How will Supreme Court rule on contraception mandate case?

constitution-with-birth-control-375x250Backdrop from CNN, November 26:

The high-stakes fight over implementing parts of the troubled health care reform law will move to the US Supreme Court in coming months, in a dispute involving coverage for contraceptives and religious liberty.

The justices agreed on Tuesday to review provisions in the Affordable Care Act requiring employers of a certain size to offer insurance coverage for birth control and other reproductive health services [including sterilization] without a co-pay.

At issue is whether private companies can refuse to do so on the claim it violates their religious beliefs.

Obama, Big Bird, and Planned Parenthood

In the history of the United States there has been and there never will be a bigger supporter of Planned Parenthood in the White House than President Barack Obama.

People may wonder whether Obama actually likes Israel, but they will never, ever wonder whether he likes Planned Parenthood.

In fact, truth be told, Obama would obviously rather wear an “I ? Planned Parenthood” pin instead of American flag pin if he could get away with it.

Last night during his debate against Mitt Romney, Obama invoked his sacred cow, Planned Parenthood, five times:

Stanek weekend question: Will Planned Parenthood’s endorsement help or hurt Obama?

 

This week, no surprise, Planned Parenthood Action Fund endorsed President Barack Obama for reelection.

But a lot has happened since the group endorsed Obama in 2008.

Stanek Sunday funnies: “Contraception Deception” edition

As I wrote last week, liberals are adept at turning controversies they provoke into the fault of conservatives, most recently President Barack Obama’s contraceptive mandate. Some of their political cartoonists were particularly crude this week, beginning with Jeff Danziger at GoComics.com…  by Ted Rall at GoComics.com…


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