Tag Archives: law

Vote Yes for Life

We interrupt the choir to recommend a donation in support of South Dakota’s Referred Law #6. Apparently Planned Parenthood is throwing its considerable, federally subsidized, and out-of-state blood-money resources to defeat the proposed abortion ban. Out-of-state prolifers should feel free to play at that game too. (Knit cap tip: Amy.)

I Have a Question for the USCCB

Oak or mahogany? The USCCB: Criminalizing the Use of Church Documents (Fedora Tip: Mark Shea) We used to include many significant documents in our database from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, but not any more. The USCCB goes after web sites which make use of USCCB documents, threatening legal action for copyright violations. […]

Where to Go with Roe: Taking a Second Look

Pop quiz: Is abortion on demand the unchangeable law of the land? Does the American public overwhelmingly support the 1973 decision Roe v. Wade, or its companion case Doe v. Bolton? Does abortion actually provide pregnant women with more “choices” If your answer is to any of these is “yes” you may be surprised to […]

Plan B is Not Abortifacient

As any regular reader of this blog is well aware, I’m strongly pro-life. However, I’m ticked off at my own movement right now because of crap like this [emphasis mine]: "President George Bush shocked the pro-life movement with his support for over-the-counter access to abortion-drug Plan B, also known as the morning-after pill, for adults. […]

Sovereign Nations?

I was recently at a family function of my in-laws on my wife’s father’s side. We were discussing the concept of right and wrong in government as it related to sovereign nations. In other words, if a people, say those of France, say capital punishment is wrong, shouldn’t it be wrong everywhere? Should they fight […]