Tag Archives: anti-choice extremism

Texas finally let Marlise Muñoz be taken off life support

TweetA Texas state district judge has ruled that a state law was wrongly applied in the case of Marlise Muñoz, allowing her to be taken off life support. We’ve written before about Muñoz, who has been brain dead since November but was pregnant at the time of her death and was kept alive by the [...]
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Quick hit: Anti-choicers split on Medicaid expansion

Tweet Anti-choice organizations seem to be split on their support of the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, which expands access to health care for the poorest Americans. Putting aside that abortion care actually is health care (despite the highly unjust restriction on federal funding of abortion care), it seems that the more extreme anti-choice [...]
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“It will be like having a doll in my arms”

TweetGood morning, and welcome to the worst story you’ve read all day even though it’s only 9am. Earlier this week, we covered the story of the 11-year-old Chilean girl who is pregnant as a result of rape by her mother’s partner, and who is being denied an abortion because they’re not legal in Chile, even [...]
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Quote of the Day: Shooting abortion providers “will be a blessing to the babies”

TweetIn a recording posted to YouTube, Iowa anti-choice activist Dave Leach says that it would a “blessing to the babies” if someone shot the brave folks who recently re-opened Dr. George Tiller’s former abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas. “If someone would shoot the new abortionists, like Scott shot George Tiller, … hardly anyone will appreciate it but the babies. [...]
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Psst, anti-choicers! Your real agenda is showing!

TweetWhat did you do this weekend? Did you attend a rally to protest the Obama administration’s infringement on religious liberty? Probably not. Because even if you did go to Friday’s Stand Up for Religious Freedom rally in Washington, D.C., that’s not what that rally was about. Yes, I know, it has “religious freedom” in the [...]
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