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Pennsylvania Recap: Is Dem Division Cementing?

Jul 31, 2020

Pennsylvania Recap: Is Dem Division Cementing?

Pennsylvania Recap: Is Dem Division Cementing?

Jul 31, 2020

Personhood USA pressures Romney to pick a side on Mississippi amendment

Personhood USA pressures Romney to pick a side on Mississippi amendment

2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney (Pic by Gage Skidmore, via Flickr) Though GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has caught flack for apparent flip-flops on abortion issues, perhaps none are quite as critical of him as “fetal personhood” supporters. The “personhood” movement wants governments to legally define a human being from the moment of conception, and Keith Mason, the head of Personhood USA, is saying that Romney should clarify his stance on the issue. The “Personhood” movement is controversial because of its vague nature
2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney (Pic by Gage Skidmore, via Flickr) Though GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has caught flack for apparent flip-flops on abortion issues, perhaps none are quite as critical of him as “fetal personhood” supporters. The “personhood” movement wants governments to legally define a human being from the moment of conception, and Keith Mason, the head of Personhood USA, is saying that Romney should clarify his stance on the issue. The “Personhood” movement is controversial because of its vague nature
Jul 31, 2020

Iowa’s federal delegation give Obama’s MENA speech mixed reviews

Iowa’s federal delegation give Obama’s MENA speech mixed reviews

Iowa’s federal lawmakers had mostly positive reaction to President Barack Obama ’s Thursday speech on the changing face and policy of the Middle East in the wake of the May 1 death of terrorist Osama bin Laden. Obama’s comprehensive speech covered a variety of topics, though he emphasized the United States would give its support to countries forming new democracies — specifically Egypt and Tunisia — and would protect Israeli security interests, while fostering tolerance of religious minorities in the Arab world
Iowa’s federal lawmakers had mostly positive reaction to President Barack Obama ’s Thursday speech on the changing face and policy of the Middle East in the wake of the May 1 death of terrorist Osama bin Laden. Obama’s comprehensive speech covered a variety of topics, though he emphasized the United States would give its support to countries forming new democracies — specifically Egypt and Tunisia — and would protect Israeli security interests, while fostering tolerance of religious minorities in the Arab world
Jul 31, 2020
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