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Mail-in voting war escalates

Politics | The pandemic sparks a debate over the pros and cons of different polling methods
by Harvest Prude
Posted 5/28/20, 03:31 pm

For 32-year-old Andy Rose, voting has never been more convenient. Rose is from Arkansas, but he moved to Seattle six years ago. Now, when he’s ready to vote, he simply fills out a ballot that is mailed to him. Rose has never even had to take it to a drop-off box or mail it back—because his wife does it for him.

“I actually appreciate mail-in voting,” he said. “It’s a lot easier.”

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Planned Parenthood’s sneak attacks

Abortion | The abortion giant opens surprise facility in Illinois
by Leah Hickman
Posted 5/25/20, 07:03 pm

Staff at a pro-life pregnancy center in Zion, Ill., found out from a Chicago Tribune report this month Planned Parenthood was opening a new abortion facility in the nearby Chicago suburb of Waukegan. Until then, the pro-lifers had no idea about plans for the new center just 10 minutes away.

“It’s very disappointing … that they put one of these facilities right next door,” said Doug Carlson, president of the board of the Family Resource Center in Zion.

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Pro-life critics say documentary’s Jane Roe bombshell is a dud

Abortion | Film claims advocates manipulated the woman who went from landmark abortion case plaintiff to pro-life activist
by Bob Brown
Posted 5/21/20, 03:19 pm

A new documentary is set to drop a bombshell on the abortion debate. In AKA Jane Roe, Norma McCorvey, the Roe of Roe v. Wade, reportedly says during a “deathbed confession” that her conversion from pro-abortion heroine to pro-life activist was “all an act.” 

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