Tag Archives: abortion

  1. The Perfect Abortion Storm

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    June 24, 2010 by Daniel Stack

    It’s a story that probably reached the peak of its headline gathering potential about a month or so ago. But …
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  2. Why This Pro-Life Catholic Liberal Supports Martha Coakley

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    January 17, 2010 by Daniel Stack

    The special election in Massachusetts to choose the successor for the late Ted Kennedy has been extremely tight, with Republican …
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  3. Catholic Views on Emergency Contraception and Its Role in the 2010 Massachusetts Special Election


    January 16, 2010 by Daniel Stack

    Coakley explained that this should not be a problem because “we have a separation of church and state.” “Let’s be …
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  4. A Liberal Approach to the Abortion Debate

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    January 8, 2010 by Daniel Stack

    Though I support the overall objective, I’ve often criticized the pro-life movement for its focus on overturning Roe vs. Wade. …
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  5. An Introduction to Thomas Aquinas and Why He Pops Up in US Politics

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    January 6, 2010 by Daniel Stack

    I’ve done a lot of talking in this blog about health care, religion, and abortion. And one person I’ve been …
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  6. The Stupak Amendment – Only Pay Taxes on What You Morally Support

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    November 16, 2009 by Daniel Stack

    One of the compromises that House Democrats made to get their health care legislation passed was the Stupak Amendment. This …
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  7. About Those “Baby Killers” – Reasons for Late Term Abortions

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    June 12, 2009 by Daniel Stack

    [Doctor George R. Tiller] was a mass murderer and, horrifically, he reaped what he sowed. -Randall Terry on the Murder …
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