Happy Monday! Here are some things to keep in mind as you fill in your calendar for the week and charge up your laptop or smartphone. This will become a weekly feature on Leaven. I welcome your suggestions for events to add in the weeks to come. Three people to follow on Twitter: @ovideAUL. New Hampshire’s… Read More This week by the numbers: 4/22/2013
Republicans in the New Hampshire Senate today derailed an attempt to repeal the state’s education tax credit. On a straight party-line vote, senators voted 13-11 to table HB 370. A two-thirds vote would be required to remove the bill from the table, and further action is unlikely. I’ve written about the bill and people affected… Read More NH Senate Tables HB 370; Education Tax Credit Intact
“Gosnell trial should sound alarm.” Yes, it should. But consider the source of that headline: today’s Blog for Choice entry by NARAL Pro-Choice America, which has an affiliate in New Hampshire. Late to the event, abortion advocates are making up for lost time on the Gosnell case by fabricating a narrative that “anti-choice” forces (that’s… Read More Today: NARAL blames pro-lifers for Gosnell. Please share and re-post.
Do any of my readers remember the name Dr. Kenneth Edelin? Before this morning, I hadn’t thought of him in years. Now, I can’t shake him. Edelin, whose treatment of a child who survived an abortion attempt earned the doctor a manslaughter trial in 1974, was and remains a hero to the pro-Roe crowd. Dr.… Read More Dr. Edelin, Dr. Gosnell: what a difference 39 years makes
Aborting America, by Bernard Nathanson, M.D. (Life Cycle Books, 1979): check your local library. Check your church’s bookshelf. Check Amazon. This one is hard to find, but it is worth the search. Nathanson is not just a man who left the abortion industry. He was a doctor who helped create the American abortion industry as we know… Read More Basic Books: Bernard Nathanson’s Story
A NH Senate committee yesterday said no to the repeal of New Hampshire’s tax credit for businesses that donate to a scholarship program for the benefit of K-12 students. The school choice measure was enacted January 1 by action of the previous legislature, and its repeal via HB 370 was a priority for the new… Read More Senate Committee refuses to back HB 370; full Senate will vote soon