Friday, March 16, 2007

'May You Find Peace After Your Abortion'

Greeting card companies may not - yet - offer products to send to someone after an abortion, but a California-based organization that offers a "non-judgmental" talk line service for women in that position are hoping to fill the gap in the market. Read

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Top Senate Dems Shift Stance on Iraq Pullout Timetable

The U.S. Senate has voted to debate a Democratic plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq by next year -- two years after senior Democrats in the Senate voiced concerns about the wisdom of setting deadlines. Read

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

House May Proceed With Hearings on Border Agent Case

Lawmakers may hold hearings on the controversial prosecution of two former Border Patrol agents who shot a Mexican suspected of smuggling drugs into the United States. They want to determine whether the Mexican government played a role in the affair. Read

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Of Hate-Speech and Hypocrisy

The left-wing Daily Kos blog has been driving a campaign to have companies pull ads from Ann Coulter's website after the conservative author used a slur in a recent speech, but leftist websites -- including Daily Kos -- have themselves used the offending word in the past. Read

Thursday, March 08, 2007

In Rebuke to UN, US Will Not Seek Seat on Rights Council

The United States has decided not to seek a seat on the U.N.'s premier human rights body for the second year in a row, citing a lopsided focus on Israel during its first year of existence. Read