The Center for Public Integrity has very interesting report on the Republicans For Choice PAC. According to their research most of the money raised by the PAC has gone to two companies controlled by the PAC’s founder and chairwoman Ann E. W. Stone and very little to pro-choice Republican candidates for office.
In her latest Daily Beast entry, Meghan McCain misunderstands her own party’s viewpoints.
Via LifeNews, two Republican so-called “pro-abortion” (ahem) groups are teaming up in a fresh effort to defang the GOP’s stance on abortion and, as LifeNews put it, to “drag the party to the left.”
I am a pro-choice moderate, business orientated and educated. What I did not realize until recently is that according to current Republican framework, I am not even really a Republican.
When Sarah Palin’s youngest child was diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome, she and her family made the choice to have the baby. All we’re asking for is to have the same choice and to prayerfully consider all options in such a circumstance.
I have always been pro-choice and I have always been Republican. I understand the principle of my party to be the protection of the freedom of the individual to flourish and thrive.
Republican Majority for Choice today announced that it will not issue an endorsement in this election.
John McCain has said he’ll nominate "strict constructionist" Supreme Court justices. Sarah Palin opposes abortion even in cases of rape or incest. What’s a pro-choice Republican to do?
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Pro-choice First Ladies who have no influence on their husbands’ anti-choice policies reinforce the idea that the power over women’s lives should ultimately reside with men.