This is the story of an illegal abortionists who helps desperate women that need to abort using the combination of "two different drugs that, when used together, will abort nearly any first-trimester pregnancy."
Sarah Slamen—the woman who was unconstitutionally kicked out of a Texas Senate abortion bill hearing by its Republican Chairwoman Jane Nelson—got to complete her speech slamming the dreadful law and its shameful sponsors live on MSNBC's The Last Word. Unfortunately, the bill will pass.
The Texas Legislature has gone completely bonkers trying to pass absurdly restrictive abortion laws, part of a larger jihad against women, black voters, students, history, free speech and the environment. This brave Texan, Sarah Slamen, just declared war on Texas legislators. Her side will ultimately win.
Talking today to CBS' Face the Nation, Texas Senator Wendy Davis said Governor Perry is using abortion to boost his 2016 presidential aspirations: "Gov. Perry and Lt. Gov. Dewhurst are willing to put women in harm’s way in order to step up on the political ladder." But it may backfire, she says.
Texas Governor Rick Perry can't believe a "teen mom" would one day be a state senator defending the rights of women to choose whether or not they're ready to have children. Shouldn't Sen. Wendy Davis have aborted her child, since she hates babies so much?
Furious over the failure of his personal crusade to ban abortion in the state of Texas, Governor Rick Perry has called for a second "special session" of the Texas legislature on July 1. Last night's attempt to all but illegalize abortion failed after a 15-hour filibuster by Democratic state Senator Wendy Davis.
Democrat Texas State Senator Wendy Davis has defeated the draconian Republican-sponsored anti-abortion bill, the toughest in the country. She stood up filibustering for 13 hours straight, without any physical aid at the senate floor. The law would have virtually banned abortion in the Lone Star state, reducing…
This is State Senator Wendy Davis three hours into her filibustering effort to stop a new Texas' anti-abortion bill. She has to keep standing and talking for 13 hours in order to defeat the Republican-sponsored text, which will virtually ban abortion in the Lone Star state reducing clinics from 47 to just five.
When a Stanford University professor said the bizarre Atacama skeleton likely belonged to a human child between the ages of six and eight, it seemed crazy. How could this tiny, long-headed creature with less ribs than standard kids been inside a child of grade-school age? Today there's a more plausible explanation:…