Friday, May 6, 2011

What I Read This Week

So much news this week, so little time to keep up. Here are some of the high (and low, as it were) lights.

First, a great video on who the women are who obtain abortions in the US:

Lara Logan Speaks Out About Sexual Assault in Tahrir Square by Chloe Angyal

North Carolina Considers 24 Hour Wait and Ultrasounds Before Abortions by Robin Marty

House Blocks Government Funding of Abortion by Naftali Bendavid

Texas Cheerleader Who Was Assaulted Never Had a Chance by Scott Rose

Pregnancy Centers Hesitate on New Abortion Law by David Montgomery

LGBT Links
When the Politics of Hate Come Home: A Lesbian Couple Grapples with How Politics Affects Their Critically-Ill Child by Jaime Jenett

A Christian Case for Same-Sex Marriage by Jack McKinney

McHenry: GOP Will Draw Districts with Race in Mind by Michael Biesecker

Alabama to Undocumented Kids: No Prom for You! by Tim Murphy 

News Desk: Notes on the Death of Osama bin Laden by Steve Coll

The Ability to Kill Osama bin Laden Does Not Make America Great by Kai Wright

"Okay, He's Dead. Can We Go Home?" by Adam Weinstein

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