This is the message on an anti-abortion bumper sticker. I was reminded of it when reading what the National Review Onlinehas to say about the family of Bethany Wilkerson, a two-year old who has received treatment under the SCHIP and whose story is used as an ad for expanding the program by TrueMajorityAction.
Politicoreports that the Republican party soon will unveil its own universal health insurance proposal to compete with the ones the Democratic candidates have presented. This is exciting. All we know so far is this:
That is how Roger Cohendescribed the situation in Iraq under Saddam Hussein, to contrast it with the current situation which, according to Cohen, is an "Iraqi hell with hope." Ok, if Cohen wants to discuss the state of Iraq, let's talk about the situation for women.
Fred Barnes appears to have an Orwellian Memory Hole in his office wall. How else to explain his recent statement criticizing Barack Obama as not being strong on national security because he was opposed to the Iraq war in 2002, when, according to Barnes, "the entire world believed that Saddam Hussein in Iraq had weapons of mass destruction"?