The Flint Journal is reporting that well known Owosso-based anti-abortion activist James Pouillion, 63, has been shot to death in front of Owosso High School. The shooting happened at approximately 7:30 a.m.
The dispute between Randall Terry and Troy Newman sheds light on the way that activism can satisfy a person’s hunger for attention and influence—how it can become a power trip.
This article, one of the worst examples of LifeSiteNews’s consistent mischaracterization of EC, is truly negligent.
Amid proclamations that common ground has been reached on abortion, a new set of anti-abortion actors has claimed leadership of the movement. These good and decent people nonetheless lack understanding of women’s nature and identity.
Representative Tim Ryan, a co-sponsor of the Ryan-Delauro bill – legislation that seeks to provide funding for a range of programs to reduce the number of unintended pregnancies, while supporting women who chose to continue with an unplanned pregnancy – was ousted from Democrats for Life today for not being anti-choice enough.
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.
In "Two men, No Uterus," Will
Saletan and Steve Waldman spent as much time as possible complimenting each other’s work and as
little as possible on real substance. In the end they suggest that "common ground" is a political football game based on a fake play.
A pro-life Missouri legislator blasts plan to continue school lunches for low-income children over the summer and tells hungry children: get a job!!!!
Current political debates have made “common ground” and “bipartisanship” an end in themselves, at the risk of the health and lives of real people.
"Irena’s Vow," a play depicting a woman’s struggle to save lives
during the Holocaust, was recently called pro-life by LifeSiteNews, which
skewed the critical reception of the play, and its intentions.