University officials love to talk about what they contribute to local economies, no matter how inflated those claims may be. They are more reticent about discussing some of their other activities.
AJC: One strong advocate the casualties of the pro-choice agenda have is the ever-present pro-life movement. These activists oppose the legalization of abortion while offering pregnancy counseling.
Here’s a tidbit you are unlikely to get from the Women’s Studies Center: Mothers in countries with restrictive abortion laws are healthier than those in nations which have abortion on demand.
President Obama is mounting a rhetorical campaign to seek “common ground” between pro-life and “pro-choice” Americans.
In his tremendous novel War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy observes that some men “choose their opinions like their clothes—according to fashion.” He adds that no matter how derivative their views are, such men may hold those views with all the passion of partisans.
In a new study sure to capture the Left’s attention, a research team at Johns Hopkins is attempting to persuade policymakers that abortion does not cause emotional distress, despite strong evidence to the contrary.
Amnesty International recently addressed the Supreme Court of Mexico, urging the high court to uphold an April 2007 decision legalizing abortion in Mexico City.
Dr. Tiller, who currently faces 19 criminal charges for illegal late-term abortions in the state of Kansas, stated “If the baby is born alive, that is sloppy medicine” after addressing the crowd of about 100 feminists.
Gone are the days when class field trips were to museums and factories.
The reply-all email is a bane of the existence of any office worker or working professional, and it apparently happened to a public school superintendent in North Dakota. Starkweather Public School District Superintendent Larry Volk…