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Whether it's calling women who exercise their reproductive rights "contract killers" or ignorantly proclaiming condoms as the only form of birth control worth worrying about, women continue to be disrespected, vilified and subject to horrific violence in the name of political debate.
When the shooting that killed three at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic occurred, the folks at CNSNews.com, the "news" division of the right-wing Media Research Center, knew what it had to do: change the narrative.
Deceptively edited videos by self-proclaimed "citizen journalists" making easily disprovable claims have become a key tool in the right's playbook. We can't let them get away with it this time.
On November 19th citizens of Albuquerque, New Mexico, will vote on the first city-level 20 week abortion ban in the United States.
“I've had enough,” she said. "If I had to do it again, I wouldn't do it without an army." If the court rules in Neuhaus' favor
The bill received support from other parts of the state's anti-abortion community during the hearing, including testimony
The 107-count case was brought against Planned Parenthood by former Johnson County District Attorney Phil Kline (R) in 2007
The current tide of anti-Muslim sentiment has increased the call of religious leaders and lay people to come out and show their support amid heightened instances of vocal and physical hate mongering.
In Florida's House of Representatives, Rep. Janet Long opposed a bill that would require women to pay for ultrasounds before an abortion, telling adversaries: "Stand down if you don't have ovaries."
Terms like "baby killer" and "murder" are the equivalent of yelling "fire" in a crowded theater. They contribute to an environment where someone like Scott Roeder thinks he's doing God's will by gunning down an innocent man in church.
We cannot control anti-choice lawmakers or Operation Rescue, but we can call out their outrageous statements and aggressive tactics.
If you want to understand the back story as Scott Roeder goes to trial in Wichita, Kansas for the murder of Dr. George Tiller, go to James Risen and Judy L. Thomas' book, Wrath of Angels: The American Abortion War.
Comparing abortion clinics to concentration camps diminishes the memory of those who perished, using their suffering for an unrelated political purpose, while generating a rationale for the murder of abortion providers.
The anti-abortion group Operation Rescue may need a little rescuing itself. The Wichita-based organization, which dogged
Although anti-abortion groups decried the "politicization" of the killing of Dr. George Tiller, it appears that they are perfectly happy to use this tragedy to their own political advantage.
If the anti-choice movement has its way, the moment one sperm eats its way through an egg's outer shell would be the last moment in human development that wouldn't be covered by the Constitution. Unsurprisingly, it's a rather lucrative racket.
The Kansas City man charged with killing Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller said in an interview he was angry at a major
A possible confrontation over abortion never came to pass Saturday as opposing groups convened at noon at different locations