On trusting women: written 5 years ago, still too apt

Facebook’s On This Day feature served up a blast from the past today. I wrote a certain post five years ago, on International Women’s Day, a month before starting this blog,  This was before I went freelance, and at that time I was working for New Hampshire’s Cornerstone Action. I had just spent a day… Read More On trusting women: written 5 years ago, still too apt

Weekend reading (and viewing) on life & conscience

A new report from the Charlotte Lozier Institute is just the thing for your weekend reading. “Unconscionable:  Threats to Religious Freedom and Rights of  Conscience in the Abortion Debate” is a new report by the Institute’s Timothy Bradley.   “While society continues to debate whether and when abortion should be permitted, a second question concerns whether… Read More Weekend reading (and viewing) on life & conscience

Supreme Court to hear Texas abortion arguments

A few thoughts on the eve of U.S. Supreme Court arguments about a Texas abortion law: What’s at issue is a piece of the Texas abortion regulation that was passed only after a huge uproar in Austin. Wendy Davis and her pink-sneakered filibuster couldn’t prevent passage of the legislation almost three years ago. It took… Read More Supreme Court to hear Texas abortion arguments

Notes from the NHGOP convention

After the dust settled at Saturday’s 2014 New Hampshire Republican convention, there was still one political party in New Hampshire with a platform that recognizes and respects the right to life of every human being. That outcome was worth waiting for. My information comes from what I heard even after the proceedings were closed to… Read More Notes from the NHGOP convention