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Evangelicals and Abortion

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On May 19, 2022
Since this is not my area of research, I have generally followed the typical line, developed by many historians, that evangelicals really didn’t care about abortion when Roe was decided in 1973. It was part of a larger conservative project to politicize evangelicals and connect them with Catholics and the Republican Party led by people […]
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America’s Global Abortion Policy

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On February 17, 2021
I can see why a lot of Global South nations might actually prefer to deal with the Chinese than the Americans. Whereas the Chinese are at least consistent, American policy constantly ping-pongs back and forth to extremes, making the entire world’s policies dependent upon who wins the election in an increasingly unstable United States. The […]
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This is going to be bog-standard Republican doctrine in another decade: Men and women, young and old, native Texans and immigrants, they rose to ask lawmakers to protect life, describing a “genocide” and foreseeing the arrival of “God’s wrath.” The act of public atonement they are seeking is passage of a bill that would criminalize […]
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Modern Heroes

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On March 24, 2016
In my mind, a true hero is a doctor in 2016 who becomes an abortion provider. Given that you have the potential of being murdered over this by fanatics and given how few young doctors are providing abortions today, any doctor stepping up to the plate is doing a lot of great things for their […]
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