NARAL Pro-Choice America’s California state director Amy Everitt wants the world to believe that ‘abortion is the most safest medical procedure in America.’
If you don’t think government is better at meeting people’s needs than families and communities, you can’t be pro-life. Or, at least, that’s what abortion proponents want you to think.
The march’s website says ‘defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.’ There’s not a pro-life woman out there who would disagree.
The abortion rate hasn’t been lower since abortion was legalized in 1973, and we’re seeing more pro-life legislation than ever before.
The party insists on advancing an agenda that the average voter does not want—so why don’t they just form a new pro-abortion party?
In a moment of truly blinding irony, NARAL’s president called for Americans to elect Hillary Clinton as president so she could stand against bullies.
Women, at least in the Democratic Party, have traded one lack of diversity for another.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine is apparently a finalist on Hillary Clinton’s veep shortlist, but his record on human life issues leaves much to be desired.
‘That kid is slapping his dad in the face. . . Yeah, we don’t need more of those in the world.’
‘Fifty-eight million children have lost their lives since 1973. Losing a job in my stand for their right to life was a small price to pay.’
One crime does not require another. We can both love rape victims and any children they conceive.
Democrats loved an anti-human trafficking bill until abortion rights groups demanded they fight it over a popular provision. Most complied immediately.
Virginia authorities overlook abortionists who don’t wash their hands between examining women, use bloody instruments, and refuse to report potential sex trafficking.
NARAL’s condom ad is the shark-jumping war on women “we have no message” moment of this cycle.
A PAC founded and bankrolled by liberal climate crony Tom Steyer may have funded that terrible Colorado ad accusing Cory Gardner of wanting to ban condoms.
Forget Wendy Davis’s wheelchair ad. This new anti-Cory Gardner ad in Colorado might be the dumbest campaign ad of 2014.
Why would those we’d expect to march in a transgender rainbow parade rain on it instead?
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