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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kristina Diamond
Ken Connor, chairman of the Center for a Just Society, discussed Rudolph W. Giuliani's spinning of his unabashed support of "abortion rights" to win over pro-life voters in the Republican presidential primary, saying he "hates" abortion ("Tap dancing around abortion," Commentary, Sunday). Mr. Connor stressed the obvious conflicts in Mr. Giuliani's positions and his attempt to verbally finesse the immoral killing of the preborn to win the presidential nomination.
Kristina Diamond of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island testified against the measure and claimed that giving women information about abortion's dangers is "insulting" to women.