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Littwin: Kavanaugh had a point. What goes around may well come...

The Senate has voted. Brett Kavanaugh has been narrowly confirmed. In a normal time, that would be the end of the story, or at...

Guest Post: With Kavanaugh nomination, the threat to gut Roe becomes...

One of the defining characteristics of Colorado is that we are a pro-choice state, and have been since we became the first state to...

Littwin: Justice Kennedy retires and now we wonder whether Roe v....

You can mark this date on your calendar. A calamity is now upon us. Justice Anthony Kennedy, the last conservative on a 5-4 Supreme Court...

Littwin: Bennet won’t support Gorsuch filibuster, but says it’s complicated

First the news. Michael Bennet tells me he's not going to vote to filibuster Neil Gorsuch. "I don't think it's wise for our party to...

Littwin: Democrats want a fight on Gorsuch, but first they have...

Let's call it Mr. Gorsuch goes to Washington. And in ordinary times, there would be no question how the movie ends. Jimmy Stewart gets the...

Did Camille, a Democratic robot, call to talk about Mike Coffman?

  Today is the anniversary of Roe v. Wade — the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion across the land. And if you live...

Coerced-abortion laws part of new pro-life strategy

On a Friday morning in September 2005, 22-year-old Brittany Wilson sat in a Planned Parenthood clinic a mile away from her home in Sioux Falls, S.D., and bawled her eyes out. Ten days before, she had called the clinic to schedule an abortion. Three days before her appointment, she had called back to listen to some state-mandated information about the risks of abortion and her legal rights. And moments before, she had driven to the clinic alone and paid $447. But she was crying, she would later say, because she did not want this abortion.

‘No Personhood’ Colorado campaign cautions against big government

DENVER-- A rally hosted here Thursday on the steps of the capitol by this year's "No Personhood Campaign" featured speakers who decried government intervention into citizens' private lives and admonished overreaching political activists who would tap the organs of the state to solve perceived social ills.

FRC pledges full assault on abortion rights this year

As anti-abortion activists protested (and abortion-rights activists counter-protested) the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade on Capitol Hill Monday, lawmakers and policy leaders gathered at the Family Research Council headquarters in Washington, D.C., to discuss effective anti-abortion strategy in 2012. Many of the speakers used super-charged language when discussing abortion and contraception, and goals centered on the GOP taking control over the Senate and White House in November to advance federal anti-abortion legislation.

Failed in Colorado, anti-abortion personhood movement winning in Mississippi

Colorado voters in 2008 and 2010 roundly rejected "personhood" initiatives that aimed to grant full legal rights to human eggs from the moment of fertilization. The national organization behind the idea, Personhood USA, then took its campaign to Mississippi, betting the state's large bloc of religious voters might put it over the top and set the stage to challenge Roe v Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in 1973.