I just got back from the Iowa March for Life.
The wind howled, making it painfully cold at times. And yet the crowds for this event just keep growing…Read More
The real difference between the Iowa Board of Medicine decision two years ago on webcam abortions and the most recent board overturning that decision is not Gov. Branstad’s appointed board. It’s the Register’s over-the-top, biased coverage …Read More
“Abortions drop 30% in Iowa in 5-year span.”
This was yesterday’s headline in the Des Moines Register. They were reporting on the Iowa Board of Medicine’s upcoming hearing on the use of webcam abortions in Iowa.
This headline confirms Quiner’s Diner premise that the youthful pro life generation is beating the aging Marxist-feminist human abortion crowd. That’s the story: young Iowa women are increasingly rejecting Planned Parenthoods seductive advocacy for human abortion.
The Register, though, gave the story a different spin with their sub-headline …Read More
As Lincoln and Tad looked on, Iowa pro lifers swarmed the state capitol for the Iowa March for Life. You had the sense that the man who freed the slaves looked on approvingly at the throngs praying to free the preborn from the shackles of “choice.”Read More
Iowa Democrats resorted to a smear campaign to provide cover in refusing to confirm Coleen Pasnik to the Iowa Board of Medicine. What was the beef against Ms. Pasnik? According to Senator Hatch: “She was accompanied by people who were…arrested and convicted of crimes and bombing of abortion clinics.” Mr. Hatch refers to a public hearing at the Iowa Board of Medicine in 2010, a meeting at which I was in attendance. Mr. Hatch was not truthful in his indictment of Ms. Pasnik …Read More