Pro Life Women in the Coming Mid Term Elections


Watching Christine O’Donnell win this the primary in Delaware brought to mind other conservative pro-life women who ran in the primaries, some of whom are now going to be in the mid term elections. But let’s start with O’Donnell. Not only pro life, she goes even farther as an anti masturbation advocate! Insane. Now this clip is from … Continue reading “Pro Life Women in the Coming Mid Term Elections”

Laura Carroll, Childfree Choice

The Political Value of Motherhood

I am pleased to see that  Australia’s Julia Gillard gained enough to support to form a minority government and remains Australia’s prime minister. Back while she was campaigning she got major flack for being “deliberately barren.” The treatment she got unfortunately reflects the importance of children as an accessory to office.

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Such a Thing as a Pro-Life Feminist? Not!

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Senate candidate Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard, is being “heralded as …the vanguard of a new breed of ‘pro-women, pro-life’ feminists” in the mold of Sarah Palin’s conservative pro-life agenda.

And she’s not the only one in this so called new breed–in the recent primaries, Sharron Angle from Nevada won the nomination for the U.S. Senate. Susana Martinez was nominated for governor in New Mexico. Nikki Haley will run for governor in South Carolina. If Jane Norton wins in August, she will be a pro-life Senate candidate from Colorado. If Kelly Ayotte wins in September, she’ll be a pro-life Senate candidate from New Hampshire.

Are these pro-life women truly feminists? I think not. Continue reading “Such a Thing as a Pro-Life Feminist? Not!”