Archive for the 'Abortion' Category

Supreme Court Gets It Right

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

Today, the Supreme Court reversed course on its abortion jurisimprudence and upheld the federal ban on partial-birth abortion.  As someone who expressed doubts about the Roberts nomination, I am relieved to see that he has not gone down the path of the author of the opinion by disappointing those who supported his nomination once on […]

Brownback Speaks to Activists; Romney Phones It In

Monday, January 22nd, 2007

At today`s March for Life, Sen. Sam Brownback spoke to activists, as he has done for a decade, about the need to overturn Roe, arguably the worst abomination of constitutional law.  Brownback was well received, and reportedly about ten percent of marchers wore Brownback stickers.  Brownback also addressed a conference of pro-life bloggers.
Meanwhile, showing his new-found […]

Abortion: What the Left Really Thinks

Sunday, August 13th, 2006

The following comment was posted on 8.11 at 3:22 a.m. on on the thread for the storty: ABORTION: MS. MAGAZINE BRINGS BACK CONTROVERSIAL AD CAMPAIGN.
abortion is necessary for population control and preventing undesirables from polluting the population with their offspring.
China woke up realizing the necessity of birth control, hopefully India, a country so full […]

Senate Dems Defend Sexual Predators

Friday, July 21st, 2006

Making a new addendum to their anti-family agenda, Senate Democrats are now opposing legislation that would make it a crime to transport a minor across state lines in circumvention of homestate law to obtain an abortion without the knowledge of a parent.  The reason for this is that the lucrative abortion industry is afraid of losing the […]

Gone Marchin’

Sunday, January 22nd, 2006

I’ll be in DC for the next few days participating in the Vigil and March for Life.  Blogging will resume on Tuesday or Wednesday.

You Bet Your Life?

Tuesday, October 4th, 2005

For anyone whose support for the GOP depends largely on its opposition to abortion, or other social issues for that matter, that is the question to ask yourself. Are you willing to bet your life that Harriet Miers is in the mold of Scalia and Thomas? If the answer to that question is no, then […]

Feminazis Get Their Way

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

After screaming bloody murder (note the irony), feminazis got their way today. Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI) announced that he will not enter the Democratic Primary to challenge RINO Sen. Lincoln Chafee. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and DSCC Chairman Chuck Schumer came under heavy fire from their party’s infanticide supporters for supporting Rep. Jim Langevin […]

Who To Believe?

Friday, March 18th, 2005

On Monday, the American Spectator accused Senate candidate Bob Casey, Jr. of compromising on the core issues of abortion, stem-cell research, and the filibusters. They said that the Democrats closed ranks behind Casey because they had assurances from him that he would toe the party line on these issues. Now, the Casey camp has shot […]

Abortion Ground Staked Out

Tuesday, March 8th, 2005

Today, the Senate voted on the Schumer amendment, a radical pro-abortion amendment that sought to prevent such criminals as old ladies praying the Rosary and teenagers handing brochures for crisis pregnancy centers to women who feel entirely hopeless, from declaring bankruptcy when losing lawsuits that fund such acts “violent”. The vote gives some insight as […]

March for Life/Harass Your Senators

Wednesday, January 19th, 2005

This will be my last post until the middle of next week. I’m heading down for the Inaugural and March for Life festivities. Next month, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist will bring one of President Bush’s filibustered judges to the Senate floor. At that point, we will need to a) get 60 votes for cloture, […]