Joel Kurtinitis is an opinion columnist for the Des Moines Register and host of the Constructive Interference Podcast. Joel was a regional director for Ron Paul 2012 and served on the State Central Committee of the Republican Party of Iowa. He enjoys reading, gaming, folk music, and the occasional foray into fiction writing. Joel and his family live in Des Moines, Iowa. Follow Joel on Facebook and Twitter.
Just one day after the #VoxAdpocalypse, tech journal CNET used similar tactics to go after The Quartering’s advertisers in a shockingly pointed hit piece, and got many of them to drop.
Advocating against tech giants cedes the moral high ground to liberals and establishes an incredibly dangerous precedent.
Republicans have the power and opportunity to hit the abortion industry where it hurts—its wallet—but so far haven’t demonstrated the will. What the heck are majorities for?
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