“Pro Life,” “Pro Choice,” and “Vagina Voting”

October 27th, 2012

By Dan Miller “Pro life” and “Pro Choice” are so broad as to be essentially meaningless unless defined. According to this article, entitled “Actual Huffington Post Headline: ‘Why Some Women Don’t Vote With Their Vaginas’,” Can you imagine the outrage if a conservative author wrote an article titled “Why Some Men Don’t Vote With Their Penises?” […]


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Federal District Court Upholds Arizona Abortion Restrictions

July 31st, 2012

By Dan Miller Recognizing that prior to “viability” a fetus experiences pain during an abortion, and that the Arizona statute does not prohibit abortions necessary for the health of  pregnant women, the court rejected a challenge to the law. By Order released on July 30th, Federal District Judge James A. Teilborg declined to hold an […]


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Herman Cain Has Mumbled Too Much about Abortion

October 26th, 2011

By Dan Miller If he is not more careful, he may abort his candidacy. There has been much discussion about Herman Cain’s positions on abortion and, largely because of them, he is coming to be referred to as a flip-flopper and the flavor of the week. He disputes these contentions, but they appear to have […]


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Nebraska’s New Abortion Laws Raise Constitutional Issues

May 18th, 2010

By Dan Miller (This article was first published at Blogcritics.) On April 13, 2010, the Governor of Nebraska signed two new abortion laws. Neither prohibits abortion per se, and both are based on express legislative findings which attempt to define and defend legitimate state interests. Both are complex and raise sufficient constitutional issues that review […]


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How to Judge a Potential Justice

May 2nd, 2010

By Dan Miller Lawyers are strange critters. Frustrations have long been expressed that decisions of the Supreme Court and of lower appellate courts, written by lawyers, are so damn long and complicated that only brother members of the world’s oldest profession can understand them. Shakespeare is credited with the phrase, “Let’s kill all the lawyers,” […]


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