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Planting Deep Roots; Abortion Extremist Wendy Davis; Raising Boys; Shooting People out of Cannons |
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I am glad to see the naive anti-insitutinalism is getting push back from many quarters.

Planting Deep Roots -- Andy Crouch

The National Review points out how late term abortion is out of the mainstream. And, increasingly, polls show that American think the same. (I wonder why I don't hear all the reporters asking if pro-choice supporters aren't afraid of being on the "wrong side of history").

Wendy Davis, Abortion Extremist -- National Review

As the father of three daughters, I thought this was worth reading. And, for the record, girls rule and boys drool.

Why Do We Keep Saying Boys Are Easier? -- Her•Meneutics

Recently on The Exchange, Brad Lomenick and I discussed shooting people out of cannons at Catalyst. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Abortion; Parenting
Posted:July 25, 2013 at 6:30 am

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