Entries Tagged ‘William McGurn’

What they are trying to hide: Social issues are a problem for liberals, not conservatives

  The January 12 Gallup poll (click to enlarge) tells us three things:   Despite the din, conservatives outnumber liberals 2:1. Conservatives are winning over coveted moderates, not liberals. #1 and #2 have occurred since Obama took office.   An eye-opening point from the Wall Street Journal, January 18:

Life Links 2-21-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Clarke Forsythe and Mailee Smith discuss the link between abortion and suicide and a court to determine the fate of South Dakota’s informed consent law. William McGurn argues that Rick Santorum shouldn’t drop his social issues campaigning: Dropping the social issues is also not practical for another reason: […]

Jivin Jís Life Links 1-18-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat In the Wall Street Journal, William McGurn asks “Are babies better than abortion?”: So again the question: As a society, does this figure say anything about the choice between a baby and abortion? Even for those who believe the choice for an abortion belongs to a woman alone […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-2-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, William McGurn on Gallup’s abortion poll results and pro-choice responses to it: Now, let’s concede the critics their strongest point: It’s true that most Americans want abortion to remain legal. Not only that, the numbers suggest that at least some of those who describe themselves as pro-life nonetheless do […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-23-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, William McGurn has an excellent column in the Wall Street Journal on Bart Stupak and pro-life Democrats: Amid the recriminations it’s easy to overlook what Mr. Stupak had cobbled together. His amendment restricting federal funding for abortions, passed in November, marked the only bipartisan vote in this whole health-care […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-10-09

by William McGurn has a piece on Bart Stupak appropriately entitled, “The man who made Pelosi cry uncle.” It sounds like the pro-life Democrats aren’t going to accept the Stupak amendment being stripped from health care reform: As it is, Democrats now have to make some decisions that may anger their Planned Parenthood wing. The […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 10-6-09

by Abortioneers blog, one abortion clinic worker posts the entirety of a journal article (with the exception of references) focusing on second-trimester abortions and why some abortionists don’t perform them. It is written by a female abortionist who is extremely direct and the article includes a number of personal stories relating to abortion. She talks […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-19-09

by Yuval Levin has an interesting piece in the National Review pointing out how Obama‘s rhetoric at Notre Dame should at least slightly encourage pro-lifers. Levin points out how the popular self-interest arguments formerly used by leading pro-choicers have gone by the wayside: But his speech should leave pro-lifers optimistic, because it illustrates the transformation […]


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