Fiorina Speaks Out on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Writing at the Susan B. Anthony List blog, this week Carly Fiorina is speaking out in support of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Carly draws on both her personal experience and what we know from science to bring clarity to what should be a no-brainer issue. She writes: About sixty years ago, a decision was made that changed my life. My husband’s mother chose life. She was told that her pregnancy would be difficult and Doctors told her she needed to have an abortion. Being a woman of intense faith and courage, my husband’s mother continued her pregnancy. I

Robert George Thanks Scott Walker

Prof. Robert George congratulates Gov. Scott Walker for promising to support a 20-week abortion ban in Wisconsin and nationally: Yesterday I called for Republicans who aspire to the presidency to demonstrate that they are men and women of conscience who will work to protect children in the womb despite the Supreme Court’s unjust and constitutionally baseless edict in Roe v. Wade. Today Governor Scott Walker did that by endorsing legislation to ban late-term abortions. This legislation is an urgently needed first step in the direction of dismantling Roe and moving us towards our vision of an America in which “every

Carly Fiorina versus Renee Ellmers?

Last week in the Daily Caller, I reported on two profiles of courage – or rather one courageous woman and one. . . not so much. Here was my main point: It isn’t often that The Washington Post describes a defender of abortion as having the “worst week in Washington.” But that is what Post columnist Chris Cillizza did in picking Rep. Renee Ellmers for the honor, thanks to her strange timing in opposing a popular late-term abortion limit while hundreds of thousands of pro-life marchers were in town last week. By contrast, a different female leader had the best week in politics: Carly Fiorina. .

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