The Ryan-DeLauro bill, aimed at reducing the need for abortion by supporting pregnant women and their families, to be re-introduced today; Group asks justice department to do more to protect abortion clinics; and much more.
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In a recent article, Chris Korzen criticizes those wary of his and others’ roles in “common ground” efforts and claims the Democrats had abandoned Catholics. But good facts are critical to good ethics and Korzen fails to provide evidence for his claims.
In a recent article, Chris Korzen criticized those wary of “common ground” efforts and claims Democrats had abandoned Catholics. But good facts are critical to good ethics and Korzen fails to provide evidence for his claims.
Using theological arguments might be one way to reach a common ground.
Common ground discussions on abortion have been pervaded by an eagerness to judge and an unwillingness to understand the complex reasons women choose abortion over childbirth when faced with an unintended pregnancy.
Those who support a woman’s right to choose and those who oppose it should be able to work together to forge common ground for policies that make adoption a genuine choice.
As the anticipated release by the White House of a "common ground" proposal on abortion draws near, numerous members of the male pontificator commentariat are trying to spark anxiety by claiming that Obama will have to make a choice betwen "the Catholic vote," and "the pro-choice community." Nothing could be further from the truth. To get past this, the Administration just has to stick to the facts.
USCCB on common ground: No need to “reduce the need for abortion” because there is “no need for abortion” in the first place.
Once again, Waldman twists arguments, avoids stating his own goals, and refers to common ground as “your team versus mine.” Steve: It’s not a competition or a team sport. It’s not about whether you win. It is about real people’s lives, their health and their rights.