“Family-friendly” drag event includes strippers, condoms and birth control (& other stories)

A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.

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Dr. Robert P. George makes a compelling point about the transgender industry—that it is, in fact, an industry.

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As the abortion debate rages across America, most people ignore a particularly sinister fact—that ableism fuels the feticides of most babies identified as disabled in the womb. Dr. Charles Camosy examines this ugly state of affairs in a Public Discourse piece titled “The Right to a Dead Baby? Abortion, Ableism, and the Question of Autonomy.”

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Also at Public Discourse, Elizabeth Kirk has an analysis of the loss in Kansas. The short version: It’s complicated. Worth reading if you’ve been following this story.

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Like…wow. Seriously.

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The Islamists finally got to Salman Rushdie—although the author thankfully appears to be recovering. Over at Unherd, Will Lloyd has a great piece on how the West gave up on freedom of speech.

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I don’t wonder at all.

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How do you define “family-friendly”?

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From The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition: “Shopping for a death doctor in Canada.”

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More soon.

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