The “fertilized eggs as people” group is disappointed that Ryan isn’t a “better influence” on Romney.
Colorado’s third attempt to force voters to reject personhood is on its way.
In a Newsweek puff piece on Keith Mason, the leader of Personhood USA, the article lets himget away with a few whoppers.
He’s the last man standing, but that doesn’t mean the most extreme of the anti-choice activists are willing to accept him.
Anti-choice extremists are at it again. Not to be outdone by Catholic bishops, Flip Benham’s Operation Save America has teamed up with Go Stand Speak, LifeLink, Jeremiah Cry Ministries, Personhood USA, and Repent America to make five states abortion “refuges.”
A Nevada judge has ruled to immediately dismiss the second of two “egg-as-person” ballot initiatives because he has determined it to be vague and misleading.
You know you want to know what it really means to be “pro-life,” right?
The Illinois House is using the conservative Agriculture Committee to pass anti-choice bills, North Dakota is looking at a personhood bill, and Sen. Lautenberg and Rep. Lee introduce a bill banning federal funding of ineffective abstinence programs.
It’s the dawn of a new year and with it comes new stories on the same old issues, I’m afraid. Republicans in the House are looking to pass a repeal of the health reform law, a new study shows a surprising percentage of “abstinent” teens with STDs, and Iran is gearing up for HIV/AIDs prevention efforts with a new campaign targeting women and young people.
Anti-choice activists tried mightily to put a happy face on their annual March for Life rally but the news was grim for its priority project — placing another “personhood” constitutional amendment on the Colorado ballot.