Entries Tagged ‘Ruth Bader Ginsburg’

Ginsburg “comforted” to know her progeny can abort her progeny

I think on the issue of choice, one of the reasons, to be frank, that there’s not so much pro-choice activity is that young women, including my daughter and my granddaughter, have grown up in a world where they know if they need an abortion, they can get it. Not that either one of them […]

Pro-life news brief 5-14-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • At Slate, Emily Bazelon claims Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro has never killed, even though he allegedly killed Michelle Knight’s five preborn children. Apparently in Bazelon’s mind, unborn children can’t be killed:

    The Supreme Court has so far ruled out the death penalty for crimes other than murder. If you think that’s the right line to draw — that the state should not take the life of someone who has not killed — then Castro shouldn’t be executed. I have to say I’m having some trouble typing those words. But in this case, I think that’s the right call.

Life Links 2-13-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Overheard: Abortion Gang member Not Guilty holds to the “I want to silence all the male voices in the abortion discussion” position: And so, I want to silence the voices of all men. I am so tired of men giving their opinion about abortion. I am so tired […]

President elected in 2012 will likely swing the US Supreme Court one way or the other – for a very long time

Curt Levey of the Committee for Justice blog always writes insightful pieces. His op ed in The Hill yesterday was yet another one. An excerpt:

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 […]

Mark calendars for pro-life protest at NAACP convention, Ginsburg vs. Hallmark

Earlier this month the Los Angeles NAACP engaged in utter foolishness and time wastage, claiming a Hallmark graduation card that had been on the shelves for 3 years was racist because of “black holes” verbiage, when the theme of the card was clearly about the solar system, not “black whores”… I’m sorry, but what idiots. […]

Georgetown U’s pro-abortion women’s law fellowship program

When last we left Georgetown University, a Catholic institution, it was Outreach, a newsletter published by Georgetown’s Women’s Law & Public Policy Fellowship Program, features interesting “highlights” of 19 fellows. First, the mission of the program, from the newsletter…

Weekend question 7-11/12-09

The issue of contraception is coming more and more to the forefront in the abortion debate, most recently by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s speculation to the


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