Abortion

CMI Commentary: Colorado Personhood Amendment is 'Social Justice'

HuffPo contributor misses the point about a woman's right to choose.

Times Passes Along Scare Tactics of Western Democrats

Kirk Johnson on the Democrats' bringing up "wedge issue" like abortion to keep Democratic voters on their side come November: "But whether Mr. Buck is out of touch, or exactly in touch with his ...

USA Today Disappointed Abortion Pill Not as Popular as Expected

At 10-year anniversary, 'little white bombshell' hasn't lived up to the hype.

Erbe: Alevda King's Pro-Life Stance 'Twists' MLK Record

U.S. News columnist calls comparison of abortion to racism 'off course.'

MSNBC Suggests Palin & Bachmann Encouraged Shooting Minorities, Ignores Obama's 'We Bring a Gun' to Fight GOP

On Thursday's The Ed Show on MSNBC, substitute host Cenk Uygur blamed conservative opposition to the Ground Zero mosque for violence against Muslims, and tagged the GOP the "party of hate." He ...

CNN's Toobin: Judge's Ruling a 'Major Setback for Stem Cell Research'

On Monday's Situation Room, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin used dire language to describe a federal judge's decision which struck down federal funding for embryonic stem cell research: "The bottom line is ...

CNN Lets Pro-Abortion PAC Spout Its Anti-Palin Talking Points

CNN's Jessica Yellin, a one-time "prominent feminist activist," helped forward the talking points of the pro-abortion lobby by devoting part of a segment on Tuesday's Rick's List to EMILY List's ...

Salon Writer Wants More Abortion on TV

Liberal web magazine calls lack of abortion of TV 'insane,' defends controversial 'Family Guy' abortion episode

NYT Magazine Cover Story Tries (and Fails) to Make Acceptance of Abortion Mainstream

An editor at First Things sees through the Times 8,000-word cover story by pro-choice writer Emily Bazelon: "...the article's optimism for increased abortion acceptance in mainstream America is at ...

Media Applaud Teen Abortion on 'Friday Night Lights'

High school football drama ventures into taboo, media celebrate 'apolitical' portrayal.
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