The Charlotte Lozier Institute research arm of the Susan B. Anthony List has published a paper, “Multi-State Health Plans a Potential Avenue to Tens of Thousands of Publicly Subsidized Abortions,” which estimates that up to 10% of U.S. abortions may be publicly subsidized under ObamaCare. Here is an article on National Review Online by Chuck Donovan, President of […]
Note that the same day the interview was released, Pope Francis uttered these awe-inspiring words: ” Every unborn child, though condemned to be aborted, has the face of Jesus Christ, has the face of the Lord . . .” Isn’t it perhaps relevant that the Pope in that America magazine interview was using words appropriate […]
University Faculty for Life members may be interested to know that recently-published Volume 24, Issue 1, of the STANFORD LAW & POLICY REVIEW (2013), at pages 143-308, contains inter alia, six articles discussing Roe v. Wade. At least the issue continues to be discussed. The pieces are: Linda J. Wharton & Kathryn Kolbert. Preserving Roe […]
University Faculty for Life Scholarly Achievement Award in Creative Writing, Literary Criticism, or Research $600 total prizes Possible presentation of work at annual conference Opportunity for publication University Faculty for Life is accepting submissions from college or university students for its Scholarly Achievement Award. The contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students at any […]
The Fall Symposium of the University of St. Thomas School of Law Journal of Law and Public Policy Fall Symposium will be “From Abortion to Infanticide: The Gosnell Trial” It will be held Friday, October 4th from 8:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A number of arguments have been made attempting to mitigate the fallout from […]
Psychologist and UFL member Frederick Dyer was recently interviewed on the Aleteia web page about Dr. Horatio Storer, he 19th century physician who promoted anti-abortion legislation. The article is called, “You’re Alive Today Because of This 19th Century Doctor.” There are links to books and articles by Dyer, as well as these 19th century AMA […]
Justin Buckley Dyer’s book, Slavery, Abortion, and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning was recently published by Cambridge University Press. Dyer is Assistant Professor in the Political Science department at the University of Missouri. Here’s the blurb from the web page. For the past forty years, prominent pro-life activists, judges, and politicians have invoked the history […]
A recently-published law review article seriously addresses the abortion-as-a-racist-tactic claim. The author is “pro-choice” and her conclusions are standard pro-choice conclusions. But to her credit she seriously considers and evaluates (tries to refute) the claim that abortion was associated with or had a dimension that supported population control for racists purposes. While arguing that “current […]
Here is a piece by Rep. Chris Smith on House hearings that dealt with the issue of sex-selection abortion and infanticide in India. http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2013/09/indias-missing-girls/ Richard M.
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