Chris Cuomo responding to criticism from a pro-choice gynecologist calling his choice of panelist to discuss abortion on his show “disingenuous” tweeted the following:“…but this is about politics mostly – and the pro-life position is more about faith and feeling than fact.” How exactly did Cuomo come to believe that?
SG Jones | March 2, 2019 If you are paying attention at all to the current back-and-forth over abortion, you’ve probably noticed a discussion about the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) rules on federal funding and their impact on abortion providers, especially Planned Parenthood. An HHS rule is undergoing revision that regulates the [...]
The Virginia House’s tabled Repeal Act continues to generate a lot of heat in the late-term abortion debate. Specifically, over the last several weeks the necessity of late-term abortions and an alleged contempt for women are hot topics. National Review’s David French recently came under fire in an Op-Ed from the New York Times for [...]
Have You Considered the False Implications of Your View? At the end of a recent post on Snopes.com addressing the veracity of claims that abortion is now the number one cause of death in the world, the author of the article excerpted a New York Times (NYT) editorial raising concerns about the implications of pro-life [...]
It isn’t that the statistical claims are wrong. No, it is that the claim that abortion is a cause of death is, wait for the current progressive buzzword, a “problematic pronouncement.” Why is it problematic to refer to abortion as a cause of death?