Attacks on Susan G. Komen Reveals Planned Parenthood’s Real Face [Updates & Video]

How revealing this fight over Susan G. Komen’s defunding of Planned Parenthood is! Wesley J. Smith asks exactly the right question: “Abortion Matters More Than Fighting Breast Cancer to Liberals?” So it would seem. Various Democrats like Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) are boycotting Susan G. Komen over this decision. Howard Dean is encouraging corporate sponsors to punish Komen. Welco... More

Help Save Lives: Support Susan G. Komen Against Planned Parenthood!

Huge news in the battle to get the truth out about Planned Parenthood. Susan G. Komen, one of the world’s most respected organizations dedicated to fighting cancer, has dropped all ties with Planned Parenthood. In addition to the over hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding Planned Parenthood loses from this move, it’s a huge blow to Planned Parenthood’s credibility. Planned ... More

Terrible irony: St. Joseph & Precious Blood Award Abortion Supporter & Race Baiter

(From Cardinal Newman Society’s Campus Notes blog.) Hopefully this image will, erm, "grace" the award they're giving. It really is sad when any Catholic college or university honors anyone who directly opposes Catholic orthodoxy. But the irony here just makes me shake my head. A college named in honor of the man who protected Mary through her pregnancy and then guarded her virt... More

Reader: Democrats’ Mediscare attack called ‘Lie of the Year,’ Obama thinks he’s 4th best prez ever, GOP pines for Jeb

Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on. One despicable leftist ad showed a Republican pushing a grandmother off of a cliff. Christmas comes early for Paul Ryan. Politifact calls the claim that “Republicans voted to end Medicare” as the “Lie of the Year 2011.” GOP unhappiness with the field fuels buzz for... More

Where’s the “Parenthood” In Planned Abortions?

I wonder why this does not hang on the wall in every Planned Parenthood waiting room. Simple probability dictates that if an organization offers two different options as solutions for a problem, unless one of the options is tantamount to slicing off one’s nose to remedy an unsightly wart, that the rate at which the options will be selected would be somewhere in the realm of parity. In other ... More

Reader: Democrat joins Ryan on Medicare reform, Newt drops 12 pts in Iowa, A new Doctor of the Church?

Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-OR Bipartisan support, finally! Rep. Paul Ryan, R-WI, teamed up with Oregon Democrat Sen. Ron Wyden on a new plan to reform Medicare. Wyden said it was time for conservatives and progressives to come together and “deal with the costs and demographic challenges.” It won’... More

Reader: Newt holds off rivals at debate, 7 former PP workers offer to testify, Paul accuses Newt of selling access

Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on. Rivals fail to stop Newt Gingrich’s momentum during Saturday’s Iowa debate. Seven former employees offer to testify against Planned Parenthood. Jon Huntsman praised abortion champion Kathleen Sebelius when Barack Obama nominated her as head of the Dept. of Health... More

Reader: Is Apple’s Siri pro-life?, 2011 was ‘most difficult year in history’ for PP, In RI it’s a ‘holiday’ tree

Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on. Siri, which is a voice recognition program for the iPhone, won’t help you find a place to get an abortion. Maybe this is why Siri is like that. The Grinch is alive in Rhode Island: Gov. Lincoln Chafee, an Independent, calls it a “holiday tree.” What holiday, si... More

Immoral Law Begets Immoral Act

Carol M. Swain is a law professor at Vanderbilt University who has been on a bit of a dramatic journey of the sorts not typically welcome in academic circles — unless, perhaps, you are at the likes of a Benedictine College. In chatting with her about a book she has out on the tea party and constitutional principles, we discussed her abortion, which she discussed in the book: LOPEZ: Why do y... More

CV INTERVIEW: Don Stenberg defended life before the Supreme Court – now he wants to fight in the Senate

I spoke recently with Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg. He previously served three terms as Attorney General. Stenberg narrowly lost to Ben Nelson in the 2000 Senate race. Senator Nelson, D-NE, made national headlines by casting a vote in favor of Obamacare. But to rematch Nelson, Stenberg must first beat Attorney General Jon Bruning for the Republican nomination. To learn more about Don Sten... More



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