Or - An inquiry into the potential limits of "But the other guy is worse!" as a progressive political theory. And John Bel Edwards' victory over David "Depends on.
As a follow up to my initial response to the question of whether the progressive agenda is exhausted, I have a longer piece up about the major issues progressives are.
Kirsten Powers attempts to advance the argument that the Gosnell case means that we should shut down abortion clinics that don't act illegally. She inevitably fails miserably: Abortion rights advocates.
Roe v. Wade turns 40 today. This seems like a good opportunity to address some of the false things that are routinely said about it: Roe is unpopular. This is.
While yesterday provided a significant victory for progressive politics (and general 'right thing to do'-ness), the forces of moral fascism reactionary citizenry continue unabated. In Kansas, a new licensing law.
The Democrats signed off on this as part of their vaunted compromise rolling over and playing dead? The following is buried at the end of the NYT story linked above:.
Ross Douthat tries to defend ineffective and inequitable abortion criminalization policies:Whereas we know that when abortion was legalized in America in the early 1970s, the abortion rate went up dramatically;.
Bush's new nominee to oversee family planning programs doesn't like contraception; no surprise there. Ann notes that "pro-lifers" don't really see anything in it for them if middle-class families have.