Clashes between colleagues can occur in any industry and work context – even in Hollywood. Here are 13 of the most notorious feuds to have played out on the sets of famous movies. This is just a brief summary, please visit Environmental Graffiti to see the full, formatted version of the article
The pro-life community is up in arms about taxpayer-funded PBS’ plans to televise a movie on Labor Day glorifying late-term abortions. As LifeNews.com has reported, “After Tiller” profiles and promotes Warren Hern, Shelley Sella, LeRoy Carhart, and Susan Robinson, some of the last third-trimester abortionists left in the United States. On September 1, PBS will […]
Catfights in movies provide that oh-so-sought-after combination of scantily-clad women and larger-than-life violence. Here are the steamiest girl fights ever to smash things up on the silver screen. This is just a brief summary, please visit Environmental Graffiti to see the full, formatted version of the article
Even if we slash greenhouse gases immediately, the dangerous effects of global warming will continue for centuries to come.
(LiveActionNews) — Sara is one of many siblings of aborted babies who has struggled with the loss of their family members. She is different from Renee and Donna in that the babies she mourns were her father’s. She answers some questions below: What were your feelings on abortions before you found out about losing siblings? I was […]
The truce between Israel and the Palestinians will be meaningless if it is not built solidly upon three basic human rights.
A new report on climate change doesn't bode well for Hawaii's tourism industry.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge took the world by storm, and pro-choice champions are raising the profile of their issue with the Taco and/or Beer Challenge! It's a lot easier than dumping a bucket of ice water on your head. Just eat aShow More Summary
Yup, pretty much. The police violence we aren’t talking about. “Rape victims act like victims,” and 17 other false myths about sexual assault. The NFL updated its domestic violence policy. Some thoughts about what it means. Let’s get more statues of women in New York’s Central Park. Why Senator Gillibrand doesn’t need to name names. [...]
More details are coming in about an outrageous lawsuit in South Africa that has the mother of a child with Down syndrome suing on her 6-year-old son’s behalf for damages because she would have had an abortion had she known her son had Down syndrome. As LifeNews reported yesterday, the child’s mother has filed a […]
Grist's climate and energy blogger is about to return from a year-long sabbatical. Perfect time to revisit his top 10 posts.
The Guardian reported last week that Miami Beach is planning on expanding the use of body cameras beyond the police to include “meter maids,” code enforcement officers, and building and fire inspectors. This use of the technology does not make sense. We’ve always been concerned about the privacy-invading potential of body cameras. Show More Summary
The young woman selected by the UN will address more than 100 international leaders during the UN's Climate Summit in September. The post 544 Young Women Want To Tell The UN About The Urgency Of Climate Change appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Rescue personnel search from victims as they traverse the New Orleans 8th Ward in the flooded city of New Orleans on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005. Water continued to rise after the onslaught of Hurricane Katrina, which pounded the coast on August 29. H ow to remember Hurricane Katrina? I consider this each year as the anniversary approaches. Show More Summary
So the headline in the New York Times reads “Young, Fearless and Not Into Dragons: Ruby Rae Spiegel’s Play ‘Dry Land’ Confronts Abortion.” You know the Times would drool over any play about abortion (unless, of course, the mother chooses not to abort). Add to this that the playwright is a recently turned 21 senior […]
How Manoa Chocolate is building a better food system.
One of my favorite things about the AFROPUNK fest – besides the music, obviously – are the fashions. It’s legit the best outfit-watching of the year, and the festival is full of gorgeous people getting really creative with the ways they get dressed. For those of you wondering how a fashion post fits into a [...]
by Kelli On a recent radio program, Stand to Reason’s Greg Koukl (pictured) answered an apparently pro-choice school teacher, Anne, who snarkily asked what he, as a pro-lifer, is doing to take care of children “once they’re here.” After telling her that he has adopted two children from crisis pregnancies, she still seemed dissatisfied. Show More Summary
Save the Date: Family Law Scholars and Teachers Conference, June 22, 2015 From the FLP mailbox: Dear Friends and Colleagues, We would like to invite you to a working-paper conference that we are planning to hold in the days before the AALS mid-year family law conference in Orlando next summer. Our group, … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors
You’ve likely heard by now that PBS, a taxpayer-funded public television station, is airing the late-term abortionist propaganda piece After Tiller throughout the month of September. I’ll write more on that in another post. For now, stop reading me for a minute and read this incredible piece by Matt Walsh on the topic. Show More Summary