Steven Bowser, president of the Students for Life club at LBCC, writes in to express concerns about The Commuter’s article, “Roe, Roe, Rock the Boat.”
Last week, members of the Students for Life club at LBCC organized an event for anyone to attend in order to learn about abortion from women in the local community. The event, titled “Abortion: a Woman’s Choice,” was free and open to the public. All were strongly encouraged to attend.
Something very special happens when a person gazes into the eyes of a child. The beauty and innocence of that fresh face is enough to melt the coldest of hearts.
This is among one of the most slippery slopes pertaining to issues on a national scale. Let’s be clear that the discussion between Pro-Life and Pro-Choice is essentially seeking similar positive outcomes. It is often a misconception that pro-choice is “for” abortion. I can safely say that I don’t think anybody is “for” it, but […]
Abortion. It’s a word that sends shudders down the spine; a simple word that raises so much debate and emotion-filled controversy. Everyone has an opinion on abortion.
“We Need Legal Abortion” was misleadingly printed on the back side of pamphlets handed out last week to unsuspecting students in the LBCC Courtyard.
Abortion, used as a form of birth control, must be eliminated because it’s a matter of life and death.
Brain stuffing on how the question “When does human life begin?” puts pro-life and pro-choice at odds.
What are the current issues eating away at our beloved politicians at the moment? Why none other than vasectomies, abortions, and gay marriages of course!
While Nebraska contemplates making killing abortion providers legal, Georgia tries to blame women for having miscarriages. To no one’s surprise, both people responsible for the bills are white Christian Republican guys. Seriously, what do you people have against women?
A bill that should really be getting your attention right now is the so-called “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act.” First, we will ignore the fact that on the scale of costs, abortion isn’t high up on the list. A recent report shows that very few low-income women in Washington D.C., actually use their granted rights for federal-aid-covered abortions.