Would you let your daughter have a drink with Bill Cosby in private?: A Response to Kathleen Parker on Ferguson, Cosby and Lawlessness

Kathleen Parker on Nov 25 wrote a column for the Washington Post entitled “From Bill Cosby to Ferguson, a reminder of our rule of law”.  In it she makes a comparison between belief in the accusations against Cosby and rejection of the Grand Jury findings by the rioters in Ferguson. She argues that those who have judged Bill Cosby as guilty of having raped many women because many women have co... More

Ann Coulter and the GOP’s Abortion Problem

In her election-week column, conservative polemicist Ann Coulter gushed about what she viewed as Romney’s superlative candidacy, and the tragedy of his defeat: Romney was the perfect candidate, and he was the president this country needed right now. It’s less disheartening that a president who wrecked American health care, quadrupled gas prices, added $6 trillion to the national de... More


Todd Akin said something stupid. Barack Obama supports after-birth abortion. Which is worse?

Can anyone explain to me why Todd Akin deserves more condemnation than Barack Obama? Todd Akin, A congressman running for Senate who said something really stupid about rape and conception has pretty much dominated the news cycle lately and merited myriad calls for him to step aside. Akin was talking about whether abortion should be allowed in cases of rape. As is true with many pro-lifers, he does... More

Don’t execute the child for the father’s crime

This is a child, not a rapist. A woman was raped, conceived a child, and carried the child to term. Which is the more important word in that sentence, “raped”? or “child”? Abortion restriction laws that carry an exception for rape or incest rise from the belief that “raped” is more important, and thus sanction the killing of the child. Abortion denies the humani... More

Ending the Pro-Abortion Rape Canard

The Pro-Abortion movement is terrified that their recent efforts to expand their access to federal funding could be in jeopardy, and now – like some people do when they are scared – they are saying stupid things. Take for instance their decision to blow up over a minor change in the language to define rape in one of the provisions of HR 3, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act (co-... More




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