the vacuity of abortion “centrism”
Lizardbreath is 100% right about this:I can't help thinking of the Stupak amendment, prohibiting abortion coverage in any health insurance plan that's paid for in part by federal subsidies under.
William Saletan attempts a gotcha on people who oppose criminalizing abortion:Today, let's turn the tables on those of us who oppose abortion regulation. How far should we go? Would you.
I hadn't seen the wealthy urban male proposing to "solve" the abortion debate by letting anti-choicers win (hey, women he knows will be able to get abortions, so who cares,.
Ed Kilgore says that "a critical plurality of Americans don't much like abortion but care a whole lot about when and why abortions occur." Assuming that this is true --.
To follow up on Dana's excellent analysis of Jim Wallis's latest bit of abortion concern-trolling, I continue to be irritated by these kinds of assertions:Without calling for restrictions such as.
As the primary season drags on, you might be getting tired of always hearing about the same stuff. Fortunately, someone has a brand new idea: Democrats throwing reproductive freedom under.
In light of the anniversary of Roe, you'll be excited to know that William Saletan has an exciting idea for advancing the abortion debate. The solution is: everyone should just.
In honor of it's 35th Anniversary, here's my three part series on why Roe v Wade was correctly decided:Part IPart IIPart IIIThe short version is that 1)it's flatly false to.