by Leland Pike

If you go to PersonhoodUSA.com and click on the map of the United States, you’ll see there are now thirty-one states where they are working on putting a Personhood Amendment on the ballot. (Thank you, Kristi Burton!) You can also look at the top of the page and see links to sites where you can find the language of a few of the states’ Personhood Amendments, including the California Human Rights Amendment.

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by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

My Grandfather’s Son, the autobiography of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, will be a classic American memoir. It is a rare combination of timeless saga and period piece. Thomas’s autobiography is the archetypal American rags to riches story that is so much a part of our national character. At the same time, Thomas’s memoirs will offer future generations a window into the late twentieth-century. His story will be of particular interest to American Catholics, because it is not only the life of a black American: it is also the life of an American Catholic.

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by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

Published at ToTheSource.org January 22, 2008.

Teenage sex is in the news, between teen celebrity baby stories, movies depicting teen pregnancy and yet another statistical report showing an increase in teen pregnancy. What should Christian parents and pastors make of all this? Should we give up on teaching abstinence and just stay in bed with the covers pulled over our heads? If we can conquer our embarrassment, we can view these developments as invaluable “teaching moments.”

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by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

Anne Hendershott’s The Politics of Abortion offers hope and encouragement to the pro-life movement. She starts by asking simply: How did the party of the New Deal, of the underdog and the weak, become identified with abortion on demand, more than any other single topic?

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by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

First published at Townhall.com April 16, 2007.

In March, I had two major speaking engagements, which together showed me the real condition of the women’s movement. At the University of Virginia, I debated the state of Women’s Studies programs. In Harrisburg, PA, I presented The Smart Sex Workshop to a statewide network of crisis pregnancy center counselors. These contrasting audiences revealed this surprising truth. The self-styled women’s advocates housed in Women’s Studies are now the Establishment. The new underground, counter-cultural radicals, the really committed advocates for women, are the women of the Pro-Life movement.

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