The Los Angeles Times has a long article about all the troubles a chain of abortion clinics in the Los Angeles area have had over the years after their manager, Bertha Bugarin (a name which almost sounds like it could have been used for a villain in the Harry Potter books), was charged has been charged with practicing medicine without a license.
Paul Ranalli responds to abortionist Garson Romalis and explains why he isn't an abortion provider.
A Traverse City man points out some flaws in a pro-embryonic stem cell editorial.
Blogger Miss Britt thinks no one has the right to take the life of the unborn (which she says is "a baby") but also believes abortion shouldn't be illegal and votes according to that belief. So I guess that means she believes it should be legal to kill babies and votes according to that belief. She also has some extremely inaccurate perceptions of the prolife movement and she seems to base her idea of what the majority of the prolife movement is like on nasty comments left on a blog. Why do people like Miss Britt not take the time to actually find out who is helping women who think abortion is their only way out?