My must read of the day is “Emily’s List Candidates Are Quiet on Abortion,” in the Wall Street Journal.
A prominent pro-life group won a decisive victory against an Ohio state law that blocked a series of campaign ads during the 2010 election.
Liberal billionaire Warren Buffett has given more than $1.2 billion to abortion organizations between 2001 and 2012, FoxNews.com reports.
Colorado Democrats will attempt to push through one of the most extreme pro-abortion laws in the country on Wednesday evening.
New York authorities dedicate more time to monitoring tanning salons than abortion clinics, according to a new report.
Here is the opening graf of an AP report on “anti-abortion voters” published Tuesday:
WASHINGTON (AP) — Calling their opponents Satan worshippers and savages, anti-abortion lawmakers on Wednesday insisted that Republican contenders keep an intense focus on social issues in the upcoming midterm elections and the 2016 presidential race.
“Calling their opponents Satan worshippers.” That sounds pretty serious. Tell us more, AP:
Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican who is a favorite of the tea party, said supporters of abortion rights chant “Hail, Satan” to silence their enemies. …
“Arm-in-arm, chanting ‘Hail, Satan,’ embracing the right to take the life of a late-term child,” Cruz said of supporters of abortion rights.
He was referencing protests in Austin, Texas, last year over an abortion bill. While anti-abortion activists were giving speeches and singing “Amazing Grace,” others tried to drown them out with chants.
Does this constitute calling your opponent a “Satan worshipper”? Seems like Cruz is simply describing something that happened at a particular protest in Austin last year, where Democratic state senator Wendy Davis elevated her political career by filibustering legislation to ban late-term abortions.
So long have I waited for the glass ceiling to be shattered, for the barrier to be breached, for the blessed moment to arrive. I had thought that the day that begins with a woman in the Oval Office, with more than 50 percent of our population feeling truly represented, was a day long in coming. I had thought 2008 would be the year we made history, with Hillary Clinton coming so close to the Democratic nomination, with Sarah Palin becoming the first woman on the Republican ticket.
The House passed the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act on Tuesday, which would ban federal insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act to be used to purchase plans that cover abortion.
A new Marist University poll released Wednesday reveals that 62 percent of Americans support “changing laws to allow for some restrictions on abortion,” LifeNews.com reports.