abortion (12)

The Quick Scan by Mike Ramey



      It seems simple to me.  IF countries—including the United States—want to put a sever crimp in the number of abortions performed every year, traditional marriage should not only be encouraged, but held up as THE example of the best way to have children—and that is in wedlock.  Let the critics of such an action be damned!

      However, do NOT expect the ‘wizards of smart’ of the two political parties to catch my drift for three reasons: 1) BOTH D

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Try These Home Remedies Abortion to be Safe!

Pregnancy is a blessing because no other experience can be as great as experience of being a mother. However, there are times when females do not want to carry the fetus and undergoing surgery to abort the fetus is the last option for them. So, taking help of home remedies for abortion is the best available option before them.

Making use of home remedies to terminate the unwanted pregnancy is the best thing you can do. It is 100% safe, natural and effective. When a fetus is aborted, there are sym

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3828586037?profile=originalABCs of abortion rights
In a huge victory, the Supreme Court has ruled that Texas restrictions on clinics that perform abortions are a barrier to women’s health and violate their constitutional rights. 3828586106?profile=original The Texas law required doctors who perform abortions to have hospital-admitting privileges and imposed impossible physical requirements on the outpatient clinics where most abortions are performed. It would have eliminated three-quarters of the state's abortion clinics, forcing an estimated 900
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Unborn Black Lives Matter

By Owen Weber |  Since all Black Lives Matter, it follows that Unborn Black Lives Matter (UBLM) as well. African Americans make up about 12.6% of the U.S. population (U. S. Census), but Black mothers account for about 35.4% of all abortions (The U. S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)). African American mothers have over 5 times more abortions as white mothers (The Alan Guttmacher Institute). On the average day in America, 1,876 Black babies are killed by abortion.
A Social Worker and Civil Right
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Black Lawmakers Group May Seek Sanction of Congressman for Ruing High Abortion Rate in Black Community

Lawmaker Sean Duffy's Remarks Expressing Concern About Lives of Black Babies Called "Insensitive" and "Disgusting" by CBC Members


Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are rising to the defense of Wisconsin Republican Congressman Sean Duffy, who is under fire from the Congressional Black Caucus for remarks on the House floor expressing concern about the high abortion rate in the

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3828565813?profile=originalOn June 30, a divided Supreme Court ruled that if a “closely-held” (family-run) company chooses not to cover contraceptives it is legally okay, and just tough luck for their female employees. With Orwellian reasoning, 5 out of 9 justices stated that the freedom of religion of these companies and bosses is more compelling than women’s healthcare and right to decide when, or if, to have children. This depravity towards women is a reflection of the on-going rightward turn in U.S. politics.

This dec

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3828563326?profile=original[By Rev. Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr.] Fulton J. Sheen once said, “If the bringing of children into the world is today an economic burden, it is because the social system is inadequate; and not because God’s law is wrong. Therefore the State should remove the causes of that burden. The human must not be limited and controlled to fit the economic, but the economic must be expanded to fit the human.”

Bishop Sheen saw the argument of the state for abortion was quite jaded and irresponsible. Witho

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Radical Women column by Nancy Reiko Kato ~

Jan. 22, 2013, marks the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion in 1973. The court based its ruling on the idea that for government to outlaw abortion would violate a womans constitutional right to privacy.

This was a historic triumph for womens rights, won by the influence of a cresting feminist movement. Still, it was always a limited victory. The court said that while states could not ban abortion, they cou

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by Adib Rashad ~

Abortion is a very sensitive and controversial issue in American society; as
a matter of fact, it has become in many instances the number one issue for
political hopefuls.  The issue of abortion has two extreme
proponents--pro-choice and pro-life--which exacerbates the emotional elements
of the subject.

However, I think it is appropriate to asses the philosophical aspects of this
subject; afterwards, I shall address the political aspects of abortion as
well as its extreme conce

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Silent No More : Abortion A Major Crisis in the African-American CommunityDo you know what the leading cause of death in the African American Community since 1973 is? Think about it for a minute. Is it heart disease-2,266,789 deaths since 1973, cancer-1,638,350, or accidents-370,723? Is it AIDS-203,695, or violent crimes-306, 313? There is one possibility that is often overlooked. It happens 1452 times a day in our community. It has taken over 13 million Black lives within the last 30 years.

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October 14, 2010 -

As participants from the U.S. at the 25th National Gathering of Women (XXV Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres) in Paraná, Argentina we denounce the attacks by rightwing Catholics on feminists at the workshops on
"Women, Contraception and Abortion" which resulted in a number of injuries and the hospitalization of one activist.

This gathering is an historic victory by Argentine women and is a crucial place for the sharing of experiences as well as for strategizing on how to advance

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I'm Fighting for Whitey!

Strange juxtapositions and odd outcomes are common, and they are not really all that odd, for history is "Koo - koo crazy" as Frank Sinatra used to say.So if Condoleezza Rice's face on a Nazi Wehrmacht poster seems at first to be odd, well, Brothers and Sisters, it ain't odd at all when one takes history into account. I teach part time at Wayne County Community College in Detroit, and sitting last week in my little cubical at the college, the downtown campus, in the faculty office, tapping away
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