Abortion Rights

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The Briefing 12-06-13

Nelson Mandela: One of the most significant figures of the 20th Century; 80th Anniversary of Prohibition’s repeal; Church of Sweden elects first female arch-bishop; Abortion…

  • Abortion Rights
  • Audio
  • Church of Sweden
  • Nelson Mandela
  • Prohibition
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The Briefing 12-04-13

New York State Supreme Court to decide if chimpanzees are legal persons; Act of Desperation: Democrats overthrow filibuster to preserve abortion rights; Is 2013 the…

  • 2013
  • Abortion Rights
  • animal rights
  • Audio
  • Chimpanzees
  • Democrats
  • Filibuster
  • Gay History
  • Gay Rights
  • Men
  • Women
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The Briefing 03-07-13

Story 1 - A catastrophe of human dignity: donors attempt to force surrogate abortion Surrogate mother: A new wrinkle in the abortion debate, CNN (Jacque Wilson) Surrogate...

  • Abortion
  • Abortion Rights
  • Audio
  • Children
  • Divorce
  • Dow Jones Industrial Adverage
  • Surrogacy
  • Surrogate Mothers
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So What if Abortion Ends a Life? Rare Candor from the Culture of Death

Is an unborn baby "a life worth sacrificing?" The question is horrifying, but the argument was all too real. In a recent article, Mary Elizabeth...Read this essay →

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The Briefing 01-07-13

Story 1 - Abortion rights: TIME sounds the siren, but much work remains to be done What Choice?, TIME (Kate Pickert) Losing Ever Since Roe?...

  • Abortion
  • Abortion Rights
  • Anglican Church
  • Audio
  • Church of England
  • Gay Bishops
  • Homosexuality
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Losing Ever Since Roe? — TIME Sounds the Siren for Abortion Rights

The 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade will bring the nation face to face with the abortion question once again. More accurately, it will serve...Read this essay →

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NARAL’s Daughters — The Abortion Rights Crowd is Concerned

Nancy Keenan, the current President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, is worried that many of the women in the next generation are not as committed to...Read this essay →

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The Abortionless Cinema: America’s Conscience On The Big Screen

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