Tag: prolife

Life Finds a Way

 

Earlier today, my husband was telling me about a story he’d just read in the Wall Street Journal about attacks on crisis pregnancy centers. I’d been hearing about those too, and it was hard not to feel that evil has our country in its grip. If people are going to respond to attempts to stop abortion by trying to force it on women who have nowhere else to turn, what are we doing? Will finally overturning Roe v. Wade result in an explosion of abortion in states that make it egregiously easy and import mothers from other states? It seems like for every step good takes, evil takes three.

Then I saw a thread on Twitter (now also available in similar form on the tweeter’s Substack) about a Washington Post story that was obviously intended to show how horrible Texas’s abortion laws are for women but inadvertently told a heartwarming tale of a couple and two beautiful babies that, you know, kinda has a happy ending. And it made me think that, I don’t know, maybe good is getting its running shoes on and making this a race?

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On January 18 the New York Times daily podcast, named arrogantly enough THE Daily, discussed the current state of the so called women’s march. Unfortunately what could have been a productive conversation about “Women’s issues” in America became bogged down in a discussion about intersectionality. It started off on an extremely bad foot as Michael […]

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As a long time lurker and listener, I submit to the collective knowledge of the members for help. We just received an email that our advocacy class in medical school tomorrow will feature a Planned Parenthood representative to talk to us. The attached documents to discuss include CNN, the New York Times “How to Defend […]

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