Tag Archives: Pro-life

Rebuttal: No, “Pro-Lifer,” Supporting Gay Marriage Doesn’t Make You More Pro-Life

Rebuttal: No, “Pro-Lifer,” Supporting Gay Marriage Doesn’t Make You More Pro-Life

Recently an article entitled “In Defense of Gay Marriage, from a Pro-Life Republican” appeared on the blog Third Base Politics. The author, Councilman Phil Van Treuren of Amherst, Ohio, advances the premise that the pro-life movement must embrace marriage redefinition. Van Treuren castigates Cleveland Right to Life and other pro-life groups that maintain that traditional

The Culture Wars Are Permanently ‘Out of the Closet’

Rumor has it that the culture wars are over. If gay rights were the only battle, those rumors could be true. The pace of change on this issue is nothing short of breathtaking. State after state is either approving same-sex marriage or being forced to accept the arrangement by judicial declaration. Gay-rights supporters are rejoicing.

Ohio Right To Life Endorsements Shake Up Republican Primary

In case you missed it, Ohio Right to Life (ORTL) threw a wrench into what was a rather predictable primary election by making some surprising endorsements through the group’s Ohio Right to Life PAC. Not only did ORTL endorse several Democrats and several members of the Ohio House who were not endorsed by the Ohio

All Is Not Quiet on the Women’s Front

All Lies Lead to the Truth —”Redux,” The X-Files [1] It doesn’t take much to court the selfish side of any person, we fallen creatures love ourselves so. But beginning with the feminist movement, the foundation was laid in our country to propose a so-called War on Women, and subject women in the process without many

Yes, Virginia, The Federal Health Law Does Cover Abortion

I can’t say I was ever lost, but I was bewildered once for three days. —Daniel Boone Before President Obama’s so-called Affordable Care Act was even signed, concerns surfaced over whether abortion funding was included. The President’s administration and supporters pooh-poohed claims that it would be, and due to the bill’s immense size and complexities,

Abortion Activists Condemn Patient-Protective Legislation

Life is anything that dies when you stomp on it. —Dave Barry We expect patient safety and full medical information with surgical procedures. Yet abortion activists are fomenting hysteria about provisions in the Ohio budget that increase such protections for women and their unborn children. The majority of Americans do not want their tax funding

Ohio Medicaid Expansion Tied to Anti-Life Policies

Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain’t goin’ away. (Elvis Presley) If we can say anything good about President Obama’s health law it is that it has forced us as citizens to delve into the intricate details of where our tax monies are being spent under an

One Heartbeat Away

As historic legislation passes in other states, Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill awaits an uncertain fate. Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill may have been pronounced dead during the last session of the Ohio Senate, but it could get a second chance at life in 2013 (unlike those it aims to protect). Five months ago, then-Senate President Tom Niehaus (R-New

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