NASCAR DAD Abortion Is Killing ?
Martin Wishnatsky and Jane Ahlin debate. Abortion is the killing of an unborn child. And since they do it for profit and intentionally, should they be convicted of murder ? The problem is not the lang... Posted on 6/16/09 at 6:21 PM
Only once did I come close to seeing Angelina Jolie in a movie and that wasn’t in a theater. While flipping TV channels, I happened onto “Mr & Mrs Smith,” the movie infamous for beginning her relationship with Brad Pitt. I remember watching for a few minutes and thinking, “Gee, this is dumb,” and changing the channel.
Concluding her acknowledgements following her 500-plus page book, “Wild Swans,” the Chinese-born writer Jung Chang made brief mention of her mother. Had she made the mention in a prologue, I might not have noticed. However, coming at the end, it stuck with me.
As if jet lag and moldy food in a refrigerator not opened in almost a month weren’t bad enough, the first words I heard after parking my car in the grocery store lot were, “Hey Sunshine, I hear you’ve been to China.”
North Dakotans in general – and the governor in particular – should listen to the words of a prominent pro-life attorney who characterizes the legal fate of the abortion-related bills dealing with personhood, fetal heartbeat, category (genetic abnormalities and sex selection), and pre-viability/fetal pain as “dead on arrival.”
Pardon the bad pun, but Heidi misfired. When Sen. Heidi Heitkamp,
D-N.D., appeared on the Sunday ABC news show “This Week” and gun control came up, she used language more apropos to an National Rife Association press release than to the common sense she usually shows – common sense and down-to-earth thinking that make her the appealing politician she is.
Before embarking on the new year of 2013, the following words of 20th- century philosopher Will Durant are worth considering: “Civilization is a stream with banks. The stream is sometimes filled with blood from people killing, stealing, shouting, and doing things historians usually record – while, on the banks, unnoticed, people build homes, make love, raise children, sing songs, write poetry, whittle statues. The story of civilization is the story of what happens on the banks.”
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