Weekend reading: making excuses for Sanger

I have but one suggestion for you for weekend reading. Béatrice Fedor recently outdid herself on 400 Words for Women.  I’m sending you over to her blog.

A bit of background: a few weeks back, an abortion advocacy outfit called ReproAction had a webinar on how it’s impossible [sic] to be a pro-life feminist. Among the speakers was one who bent over backwards to explain the racist views held by Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger.

I’ll let Béatrice take it from here. “Truth is truth whether it fits our agenda or not.” Read her full post. 

The Letters

Women in action today: judges edge abortion advocates 3-2

Three female judges today upheld the challenged provisions of HB 2, Texas’s new law calling for commonsense regulations of abortion facilities.
Tonight, Planned Parenthood will give its “Margaret Sanger Award” to Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, for going above and beyond the call of duty to fight abortion regulations.
Three Texas judges vs: Pelosi & Sanger: that’s a pro-life win.

Dan McConchie of Americans United for Life spread the good news on his personal Twitter account today. Pass it on.