Abortion

Virginia GOP Candidate: Sometimes Incest Is 'Voluntary'
Virginia Republican Congressional candidate Bob Marshall argues against abortion exceptions for incest, claiming incest can be voluntary. Read more...
South Carolina Legislators Want 'Stand Your Ground' Expanded To Fetuses
Is the effort to expand Stand Your Ground laws to fetuses really an end run to a personhood statute? Read more...
Science Denial May Prevail In Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Cases
Arguments were all going well for the ACA until Justice Kennedy asked the magic question. Read more...
Extremist Kansas Lawmaker Wants Women To Report Miscarriages
State Senator Mary Pilcher-Cook wants to raise awareness of fetal personhood by forcing women who miscarry to notify authorities. Read more...
GOP Front-Runner In North Carolina Says Planned Parenthood Wants To Kill Newborns
The man most likely to face Kay Hagan thinks Planned Parenthood has a secret plan to kill three month old babies. "Why stop in the womb?" Read more...

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Iowa GOP Encourages Women To Sue Doctors Over "Abortion Regret"
While Kansas has banned lawsuits by parents against physicians who refused to inform them of catastrophic fetal disorders, a new Iowa bill would allow women to sue their doctors for having performed a legal abortion at all. Read more...
Downton Abbey - Season 4, Episode 7 Recap
With only two episodes left in Season Four, Lord Grantham is off to America. Read more...
Do Women Deserve Rights?
Women's rights? What are those? Do women even deserve rights because, I mean, they always need a man to make decisions, right? Read more...
Alabama's Anti-cloning Bill Would Allow Hospitals To Turn Away Women Having Miscarriage
Civil rights experts have warned that a bill approved by the Alabama state House last week would allow hospitals to turn away pregnant women who were experiencing a miscarriage. Read more...
Paul Krugman Slams Gingrich's Praise For SOTU Response
Paul Krugman left it all on the table after Newt Gingrich praised Republicans' official response to the President's State of the Union address. Read more...