Tag Archive for Abortion

Murder by the Numbers…

Number of Views :1997Earlier this week, Harry Reid announced that he would use every means at his disposal to block any Continuing Resolution or spending bill that contained ideological language – and specifically mentioned the attempt to de-fund Planned Parenthood. His argument – and that of other supporters of Planned Parenthood – is that most…


Who Do You Serve, Senators?

Number of Views :1638The Senate defeated, 44-56, HR1, the bill that would have allowed the government to continue spending money. Part of  the continuing resolution (CR)  was an amendment that defunded Planned Parenthood. All Democratic senators voted against the CR and three Republicans sided with the nays. While one can argue that this was moot…


The Apostles didn’t need Collective Bargaining…

Number of Views :3132A century ago, blacks, immigrants, Catholics, and other ‘undesirables’ were openly lynched in communities throughout the United States. Jim Crow laws were accepted practically everywhere – and defended under the ‘separate but equal’ doctrine. Workers dying in droves was so common it rarely made the news – the Triangle Shirtwaist fire and…


Selling Abortion

Number of Views :1487This essay is the first in what – unfortunately – will be a series that address the rising tide of pro-abortion rhetoric that is being mounted by the Left. Today, the Citizen read about a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. A group of Danish researchers concluded that women…


Obama’s Abortion Three Card Monte

Pro-abortion blocs in state and federal governments are floating out trial balloons trying to advance a pro-abortion agenda. Some of them are ploys and throw-away plays to lull the pro-life movement. We can’t afford to be fooled by the sleight of hand and keep our eyes on the ‘prize’.


Stupak your bags, We won’t Miss Ya

Number of Views :1304The Citizen had to move Bart Stupak from the Wall of Fame to the Wall of Shame. Perhaps we need to add the Wall of Irrelevant to the galleries. Stupak announced that he will be retiring to ‘spend time’ with his family. Remarkably convenient how many politicians who have been making poor…


Speaking out Against a Bad Plan…

Number of Views :1279Over 30 Catholic Bishops spoke against the Senate Health ‘care’ bill today. The Citizen notices with dismay that not one of them came from Connecticut. Little wonder why so many pro-abortion politicians claiming to be Catholics in good standing come from the Nutmeg state.