The LA Times reports this morning that eBay said Tuesday it would block the auction planned by anti-choice groups to raise money for Scott Roeder, the accused assassin of Kansas Dr. George Tiller. Roeder, charged with first-degree murder and being held without bond, is scheduled to go to trial in January.
Militant anti-choice activists are organizing an eBay auction so that fans of murdering your political opponents can buy souvenirs and help pay for the defense of Scott Roeder.
The man who shot a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Museum in D.C. was labeled by the FBI as a domestic terrorist, yet Scott Roeder, who assassinated Dr. George Tiller and who has been associated with a range of anti-choice groups that engage in violent rhetoric and clinic blockades has not. Should he be charged as a domestic terrorist? Many in the pro-choice community think the ultimate costs of doing so may outweigh the benefits.
A conservative organization complains about the bias of a PBS program, but offers nothing to refute the program’s claims.
Can a diverse nation find common language and vision on a deeper level? Finding this commonality around the sacredness of sex may be a bridge towards common ground in the abortion debate.
Jill Stanek was named "Worst Person" by Keith Olbermann, to which Stanek responded, missing the point entirely.
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Murdered abortion doctor George Tiller had been a favorite target of The O’Reilly Factor since 2005, with O’Reilly calling Tiller a "Nazi" who was "operating a death mill."
Former Attorney General Phill Kline makes no secret of his anti-choice position. But when he collected evidence against abortion provider Dr. Tiller to bring Tiller to trial, he used his Deputy Attorney General to do so – an anti-choice activist arrested over a dozen times for trespassing and protesting at abortion clinics.
Obama’s controversial statement on late term abortion, Kate Michleman and Frances Kissling on Dems and abortion, Plan B ban in Washington state, George Tiller exonerated again.