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CNN Misleads on Abortion

A CNN poll has the most misleading question I’ve seen on abortion…maybe ever. My first instinct was to see it as typical media bias but then another thought occurred to me. Pro-choicers, after a recent spate of polls indicating that… Continue Reading →

N.D. House Outlaws Abortion

North Dakota’s House of Representatives has passed a bill recognizing a fertilized egg as a “person” worthy of rights. The bill, which now moves to the Senate, is a direct and legally interesting challenge to Roe V. Wade and is… Continue Reading →

65% Want Restrictions on Abortion But So What?

A recent Battleground Poll indicates that most people believe there should be restrictions on abortion. Here’s the question and the responses: What is your personal feeling about abortion? (1) It should be permitted in all cases. (2) It should be… Continue Reading →

Would He or Wouldn’t He?

Ross Douthat has some interesting comments (fortune telling?) on whether Chief Justice John Roberts would overturn Roe v. Wade. Douthat’s comments are as part debate on the question with Daniel Larison: Larison questions the likelihood of Roberts taking on Roe… Continue Reading →

Thank You Planned Parenthood

Just when I was really not feeling good about John McCain, Planned Parenthood makes me feel a little bit better about him. Hey if Planned Parenthood hates you enough to make a commercial against you, you can’t be all bad…. Continue Reading →

Pro-Choice Group Endorses McCain

Oh Noooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Republicans for Choice Political Action Committee has endorsed John McCain (R-Ariz.), saying he is the best candidate now that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is out of the presidential race. The Republicans for Choice PAC… Continue Reading →

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