Colorado state Sen. Tim Neville, who last year introduced a bill requiring a doctor to perform a vaginal ultrasound on a woman seeking an abortion, is a leading GOP contender so far to take on pro-choice Sen. Michael Bennet next year. Image: ColoradoSenateGOP / YouTube The post Staunchly Anti-Choice Lawmaker to Run for U.S. Senate in Colorado appeared first on RH Reality Check.
On October 1, I arrived at the Oklahoma City headquarters of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission ( IOGCC ) — a congressionally-chartered collective of oil and gas producing states — hoping for an interview. There to ask...Show More Summary
Attachment Size Heartland Institute Press Conference Sept 17 2015.mp3 44.76 MB A string of mystical and dire warnings about the Catholic Church were issued by Heartland Institute officials and supporters at a press conference last week...Show More Summary
The publication ‘Learning from mistakes in climate research’ is the result of a long-winded story with a number of surprises. At least to me. I have decided to share this story with our readers, since it in some aspects is closely linked with RealClimate. The core of this story is the reproduction and assessment of […]
Ohio recently made headlines with reports that half the abortion clinics in that state have closed and several others have curtailed services, reducing abortion numbers to the lowest since 1976. “When abortion clinics close, abortions decline and lives are saved. It’s as simple as that,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue and co-author of […]
Farming changes may be inevitable, but that doesn't make their human cost any easier to bear. You can hear it in this farmer's voice.
Hillary Clinton changes her position on gay marriage – slightly – now that she’s a candidate. She also misrepresents the birthplace of her parents (will she say “what difference does it make?). Chris Christie changes his position on vaccinations. Show More Summary
So far, the Obama administration has been undefeated in defending the accommodation process to the birth control benefit in the Affordable Care Act. How long will that streak last? Image: Shutterstock The post The Next Wave of Contraceptive Challenges Hits the Appellate Courts appeared first on RH Reality Check.
South Dakota lawmaker Rep. Isaac Latterell (R-Tea) was unable to revive a bill that would have banned a medical procedure that is commonly used for abortion care. Image: South Dakota Public Broadcasting via YouTube The post Anti-Choice Bills Fail to Gain Support in GOP-Dominated South Dakota appeared first on RH Reality Check.
A bill introduced by a South Dakota lawmaker would ban a medical procedure that is commonly used for abortion care, but which is not offered at the state's one abortion clinic. The bill’s vague language and the lawmaker’s heated anti-choice...Show More Summary
The bill targets dilation and evacuation (D and E) procedures, which may be used in a second-trimester abortion. The D and E procedure is often used when it is the safest means of preserving the life, health, and perhaps the fertility...Show More Summary
Wyoming lawmakers in the state senate passed a bill Wednesday that would add sexual orientation and gender identity to the state's non-discrimination employment laws, although religious companies and organizations will still be legally...Show More Summary
In some recent posts, I’ve observed that Carvin made a couple of astonishing gaffes in his oral argument. In today’s post, I’ll comment on the worst one. First, I’ll report the exchange without context. I presume that 99.99% of Climate Audit readers will spot the gaffe immediately. Below the fold, I’ll explain Carvin’s goof and […]
After a woman named Alicia Englert gave birth, she abandoned her newborn baby by putting the infant in a neighbor’s trashcan. When the Utah woman’s neighbors realized they had discovered the child, they frantically called 911 with an urgent message: “There’s a baby in our garbage can!” The family told the 911 operator that the […]
Since 2003, the Pro-Life Action League has held an “Empty Manger” Christmas caroling day outside abortion clinics in our headquarters city of Chicago and the surrounding area, and Saturday we continued that tradition, visiting eight area facilities—five in Chicago and three in DuPage county. Over the years women have occasionally chosen life for their babies […]
I have an audio copy of the oral argument in Mann v Steyn, which I’ve posted up (see link at the end of this post). One of things often under-estimated by those readers (especially at WUWT) who are bloodthirsty for litigation as a means of settling scores is that it’s not easy for litigation lawyers to […]
After a woman gave birth, she abandoned her newborn baby by putting the infant in a neighbor’s trashcan. When the Utah woman’s neighbors realized they had discovered the child, they frantically called 911 with an urgent message: “There’s a baby in our garbage can!” The family told the 911 operator that the baby appeared to […]
NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning both led their broadcasts on Monday with euthanasia advocate Brittany Maynard’s drug-induced suicide. The morning shows’ anchors sang the praises of the “beautiful, brave young woman,” as Gayle King labeled Maynard. Charlie Rose touted how the cancer patient’s “short and meaningful life is over.” Savannah Guthrie gushed, “What a […]