Abortion

Reader Input: Pro-choice is a ‘human tragedy’

Ed Scotten’s rebuttal (“Kinder words veil the issues,” Reader Input, Oct. 8) to Ron Rothe’s condemnation of verbal violence (“Way too much verbal viol ...

Auburn St. Joseph’s church-goers take abortion debate to the street

With sporadic honks of support rising above the cacophony of morning traffic passing by in stops and starts at one of Auburn’s busiest intersections, Chris Jonas was praying ...

Reader Input: What of the 1.2M deaths?

Re: “Abandoned baby laid to rest in Auburn,” (Journal, Sept. 19). After a deceased, abandoned baby was discovered in Roseville, an investigation was started to find t ...

Reader Input: Who speaks for the abused children?

Where are all these wonderful people and politicians who speak out so fervently and with such conviction about abortion to protect the unborn child? How about having the very sam ...

Reader Input: Dogs will have cleaner care

I was aghast to hear that the Texas state legislature has passed a law putting onerous safety standards on abortion clinics there. Don’t those Neanderthals know that women ...

Reader Input: Government priorities off

I was appalled to read the Reader Input from Frank Meyer of Wisconsin on Feb. 12 (“Lyme disease devastates family"). Why is it that the government cannot afford to save ...

Reader Input: Abortion leaves two victims

I have read many articles that have been written on abortion … for and against it. Here we are 40 years since Roe v. Wade came into being, a license for abortions to be pe ...

Reader Input: Abortion talk dodges reality

Pro-abortion folks invariably avoid what is obvious to thinking people: Humans procreate humans. When life begins is just a straw man to change the subject. Terminology manipulatio ...

Reader Input: Abortion talk dodges reality

Pro-abortion folks invariably avoid what is obvious to thinking people: Humans procreate humans. When life begins is just a straw man to change the subject. Terminology manipulatio ...

Standard set for judging others

Mr. Baker, your letter (Reader Input, Nov. 21) indicates that you see no problem with murdering children. The Bible verses you used imply that you think murderers should not be j ...