Abortion/Family Planning

Abortion in the Bible

May 12, 2011

Often people deny that abortion is in the Bible. Actually it is if you know what you are reading. The Bible has a high view of life; especially human life. The Bible begins with the premise that mankind is created in the image of God. While sin has distorted that image, all people—no matter how […]

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Obama Defends Record on Infanticide

September 21, 2008

Barack Obama has taken off after Gianna Jessen for accurately portraying him as voting four times to support infanticide while has was an Illinois Senator. Gianna is running her ad in two states, New Mexico and Ohio. Her ad is here. When people point-out that the Democrat Messiah has no clothes he can’t take it. […]

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Dobson Should Embrace Rudy

October 3, 2007

Conservatives are once again poised to assemble their famous “circular firing squad” and should Rudy Giuliani emerge as the Republican presidential candidate, they plan on pulling the trigger. James Dobson and a group of other evangelicals are threatening to throw their support to a third party candidate—to be named later—if Rudy is the nominee. This […]

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Premature Baby Discarded on Sidewalk

April 23, 2007

From the most Liberal city in America comes the story of the woman had the baby on the street corner and without so much as a second thought, she left him alive right where he came out and continued walking down the street. (AP) SAN FRANCISCO A woman who allegedly walked away from her baby […]

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Michael J Fox Lacks Talent

October 26, 2006

Michael J Fox has really stepped in it this time. Just because he played Doc Hollywood many years ago does not make him an expert on science or bioethics. Just because he was on Spin City does not make him qualified to sway the outcome of a pivotal US Senate election. I’m sorry that Mr. […]

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South Dakota Abortion Ban: Bane or Blessing?

March 8, 2006

South Dakota has passed the most restrictive abortion ban in the country. Its authors have stated that they intend this to be a direct challenge to the 1973 Supreme Court decision of Roe v Wade. This is the most divisive issue to hit the Conservative wing of the Republican Party since Harriett Miers was nominated […]

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Court to Hear Partial Birth Abortion Case Again

February 21, 2006

With respect to the State’s important and legitimate interest in potential life, the “compelling” point is at viability. This is so because the fetus then presumably has the capability of meaningful life outside the mother’s womb. State regulation protective of fetal life after viability thus has both logical and biological justifications. If the State is […]

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John Danforth Whines in Washington Post

February 2, 2006

A friend e-mailed me a copy of the Washington Post  interview with former Senator John Danforth. This article advocates that moderate Christians should rise-up to oppose the Christian Right and their involvement in the Republican Party. Danforth cites such issues as gay marriage, posting the Ten Commandments, Terri Schiavo, embryonic stem cell research and other […]

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January 21, 2006

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Senator Specter’s Opposition to Parental Rights

November 30, 2005

Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter was able to prevail in his pyrrhic victory on behalf of defenders of Roe v Wade. The Supreme Court held hearings today on the New Hampshire parental consent law that some believe could lead to limitations on abortion on demand. Instead of associate Justice Samuel Alito sitting on the Court, we […]

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