Guttmacher Abortion Report

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The Guttmacher Institute has come out with a new report documenting 30 year (1974-2004) trends in U.S. abortions. Overall the numbers are at an all time low, though disparities still remain among the different ethnic groups. Some other things in the report worth noting (some of my own emphasis added): First. They still insist that contraception is the ultimate answer … Read More

Gianna Jessen’s “Gift of Cerebral Palsy”

Chelsea2008 Election, Abortion, Infanticide3 Comments

She has a gift alright: Abortion survivor Gianna Jessen, who says she has the “gift of cerebral palsy” (a result of being burned alive inside her mother’s womb), is helping to spread the news about Barack Obama’s votes against the Born Alive Infant Protection Acts in IL. In the video Alan Colmes keeps asserting that there was no need for … Read More


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A very good friend of mine recently sent me an email that he said I could share with you all here on my blog. He comes from a very large home-schooling family. Since his high school graduation this spring he plans on joining the Marines, though right now he says he is having difficulty getting his transcripts and asks for … Read More

The ‘Lying’ King

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This is pretty funny: Some of the latest Sarah Palin nastiness as Wesley Smith as been tracking it: Palin Derangement Syndrome Continues, Horrors: Palins’ Decision to Love Trig Might Reduce Eugenic Abortion Previous post: She Tuned Me into a Newt!

McCain-Palin: “Change is Coming” on Stem Cell Research Policy

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This is not encouraging: Transcript: ANNCR: They’re the original mavericks. Leaders. Reformers. Fighting for real change. John McCain will lead his Congressional allies to improve America’s health. Stem cell research to unlock the mystery of cancer, diabetes, heart disease. Stem cell research to help free families from the fear and devastation of illness. Stem cell research to help doctors repair … Read More

She Turned Me ino a Newt!

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Well, that accusation hasn’t come out…yet. But it wouldn’t surprise me if it did. American politics, and the American media, has reached an all-time low with the ongoing smear campaign against Sarah Palin. Last week Vanity Fair published an “Authoritative Trig Palin Timeline” regarding the online rumors about Trig’s parentage. In it they juxtapose the “official story” with the “wingnut … Read More

Reflecting Society’s Cultural Divisions

Chelsea2008 Election, Abortion, Disabled, Embryo Screening, Politics2 Comments

Reuters reported today that Sarah Palin’s 17 year old daughter Bristol is five months pregnant (btw, this means that baby Trig is not her secret child), will keep her child and plans to marry the father. Said the Palins: “We have been blessed with five wonderful children who we love with all our heart and mean everything to us. Our … Read More

Could it Really be a Woman???

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The announcement is just hours away but word is already out that both of the VP names heralded by the media for the last few months – Romney and Pawlenty – are definitely out. Pawlenty won’t even be at the rally in OH. Right now speculation is hot for Palin, which I think would be incredible. Other names still in … Read More

Augustine, Pelosi and Abortion

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How appropriate that today’s feast of St. Augustine came during the same week Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi used the Church Father’s words to justify her position in favor of abortion: “After she was elected to Congress, and the choice issue became more public as she would have to vote on it, she studied the matter more closely. Her … Read More

John McCain and Embryonic Stem Cells

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Last week there was a big comment discussion on one of Jay’s posts about what John McCain’s position on ESC research actually is anymore. It seems there has been some confusion lately. He very vaguely addressed this during last Saturday’s Civil Forum with Rick Warren at his Saddleback church, but let’s look at everything, shall we? For years John McCain … Read More