Pro-abortion Sen. Boxer to retire at end of 2016: a look back at her “legacy”

  By Dave Andrusko When pro-abortion Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Ca.) announced yesterday she’d decided to retire when her current term ends in 2016, you would’ve expected—and you got—a combination of speculation about what will be a wild and woolly fight to succeed her, an appreciation for being one of the first females in the Senate …

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Partial-Birth Abortion, the Almost-Born Baby, and a “Special Loneliness”

  Editor’s note: I could think of no better way to end our year-long “Roe at 40” than with something from that great pro-life champion, the late Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Il.) The following are remarks delivered by Rep. Hyde to the House of Representatives in 1998 just prior to House consideration of pro-abortion President Clinton’s …

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