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
Interestingly, Iowa Democrats, who usually scream loudly for “separation of church and state,” staged their own prayer vigil beseeching the Almighty to defend the right of women to end the lives of their preborn children.
On the one hand, God was receiving prayers like this: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
Detractors to my recent essay in the Des Moines Register claim I “hate women” since I oppose webcam abortions:
“I’ve got to wonder at anyone who so hates females that he’d elevate the rights of a fetus over those of a woman.”
I oppose webcam abortions on the ground that they can hurt women, as it did to Holly Patterson, and kill her fetus, which compelling evidence reveals as being a human being. The “hate women” claim is nonsense, of course, and is trotted out by those who are unable to muster a more persuasive argument …Read More
Readers of the Des Moines Register reacted sharply to my essay which appeared in the paper this morning. My favorite: “Quiner is a nut.”Read More
Holly Patterson ingested the poison on a Saturday. The eighteen year old girl had been perfectly healthy up to that moment. Before the day was through, she began experiencing cramping and constipation. Within a week, she was dead from septic shock.Read More
“In 2008, webcam abortions began as a ‘first-in-the-nation test pilot program’ here in Iowa at Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, the largest abortion provider in our state,” stated Jenifer Bowen, Executive Director of Iowa Right to Life. “Yet, the truth remains-these chemical abortions are more painful, traumatizing and bloody for women, but far more profitable for Planned Parenthood.”Read More
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland’s letter by Jill June accuses Gov. Branstad of bias with the Iowa Board of Medicine. But Iowa’s Board of Medicine has long revealed its bias by turning a blind eye towards Planned Parenthood’s dangerous abortion experiments on Iowa women.Read More