“Planned Bullyhood” Author Wins as Georgia Voters Send Handel to Congress

As of 10:30 p.m. on June 20, the Associated Press is reporting that Karen Handel has been elected to Congress from Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. Handel, a Republican, appears to have edged Democrat Jon Ossoff after a campaign that reportedly cost in aggregate about $50 million. From my April post about Handel’s candidacy: You’ll recall… Read More “Planned Bullyhood” Author Wins as Georgia Voters Send Handel to Congress

House Committee Changes Course on Fetal Homicide

Two weeks after voting to retain SB 66, the New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee has reconsidered its decision. Now, the fetal homicide measure will go to the House with a bipartisan committee recommendation of Ought to Pass with Amendment. SB 66 in its current form would allow prosecutors the option of… Read More House Committee Changes Course on Fetal Homicide

Update: Those “Common Sense” Initiatives Sununu Supported

Six months ago, just before the last statewide election in New Hampshire, a concerned pro-life Republican elicited a letter from Chris Sununu listing some pro-life initiatives Sununu would back if he were elected governor. Number of those initiatives that Governor Sununu has had a chance to sign: zero. Fetal Homicide Bill: House and Senate versions… Read More Update: Those “Common Sense” Initiatives Sununu Supported

A small step in the right direction: less tax money to UNFPA

Cross-posted from my piece on DaTechGuy Blog, 4/5/17. President Trump’s State Department has told the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to get along without U.S. financial support. There are people who think this is a bad idea. I’m not one of them. Neither is Reggie Littlejohn. I met Reggie very briefly a couple of years… Read More A small step in the right direction: less tax money to UNFPA