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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Megan
If “The Laggies” has two things going for it — it’s a relatable theme and a home run of a cast. But if it has a fault, it’s the failure to make those strong elements work.
Director Lynn Shelton has a great idea for how to market her new film, "Laggies": put video of Keira Knightley dancing as a sign-spinner on YouTube.
There is a new war on choice in this country, and the leaders are none other than the captains of the abortion industry. Their target: pregnancy care centers (PCCs). Their technique: Brand the centers with a "scarlet letter" and force them to advertise abortion. Their goal: disparage the centers and drive women to abortion clinics.
A year after President Barack Obama signed his health care overhaul, the law remains so divisive that Americans can't even agree on what to call it. Even so, it is taking root in the land.
One year after President Barack Obama signed his historic health care overhaul, the law is taking root in the land. Whether it bears lasting fruit is still in question.
She said the remains have not been positively identified yet.
When she found out she was pregnant, she felt scared and confused and believed everything she had been told: "Having a baby will ruin your life."