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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin
Recently signed into law a requirement that physicians who perform abortions  have admitting privileges at an adequately equipped hospital within 30 miles of the place where the abortion is performed. This is not required of other more dangerous medical procedures such as colonoscopies.
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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin

Recently signed into law a requirement that physicians who perform abortions  have admitting privileges at an adequately equipped hospital within 30 miles of the place where the abortion is performed. This is not required of other more dangerous medical procedures such as colonoscopies.

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Mark Crutcher, President of Denton-based anti-choice emporium Life Dynamics
Recently sent out a letter to local hospitals thinly warning them that should they grant abortion-performing doctors admitting privileges, they better be prepared for trouble. A recent Texas law requires all abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
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Mark Crutcher, President of Denton-based anti-choice emporium Life Dynamics

Recently sent out a letter to local hospitals thinly warning them that should they grant abortion-performing doctors admitting privileges, they better be prepared for trouble. A recent Texas law requires all abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.

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Jack Cashill
About Elliot Rodgers:
"A generation or so ago a woman might have looked for a man who was kind, loving, pious, generous, faithful, hard working. The women in Rodger’s circle, as he saw it, looked for men who were hot, hunky and/or rich, none of which he was."
Cashill concludes that this “sickness” “set in when [feminists] and their ideological allies began to dismantle protective institutions of lasting value like family, community, nation, faith, and married love.”
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Jack Cashill

About Elliot Rodgers:

"A generation or so ago a woman might have looked for a man who was kind, loving, pious, generous, faithful, hard working. The women in Rodger’s circle, as he saw it, looked for men who were hot, hunky and/or rich, none of which he was."

Cashill concludes that this “sickness” “set in when [feminists] and their ideological allies began to dismantle protective institutions of lasting value like family, community, nation, faith, and married love.”

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Terry E. Shoemaker, superintendent for the Wasatch County School District in Utah
Supported a high school policy that photoshops some women’s yearbook pictures to add higher neckline and sleeves.
“We only apologize in the sense that we want to be more consistent with what we’re trying to do in that sense we can help kids better prepare for their future by knowing how to dress appropriately for things.”
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Terry E. Shoemaker, superintendent for the Wasatch County School District in Utah

Supported a high school policy that photoshops some women’s yearbook pictures to add higher neckline and sleeves.

“We only apologize in the sense that we want to be more consistent with what we’re trying to do in that sense we can help kids better prepare for their future by knowing how to dress appropriately for things.”

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AL State Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin
“When a physician removes a child from a woman, that is the largest organ in a body. That’s a big thing. That’s a big surgery. You don’t have any other organs in your body that are bigger than that,” she said to justify her support for additional restrictions on abortion providers.
She has sponsored legislation that targets abortion providers.
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AL State Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin

“When a physician removes a child from a woman, that is the largest organ in a body. That’s a big thing. That’s a big surgery. You don’t have any other organs in your body that are bigger than that,” she said to justify her support for additional restrictions on abortion providers.

She has sponsored legislation that targets abortion providers.

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NH state Rep. Will Infantine
"Men, by and large, make more because of some of the things they do. Their jobs are, by and large, riskier. They don’t mind working nights and weekends. They don’t mind working overtime or outdoors."
"Women make half of what men do because of flexibility of work, men are more motivated by money than women are."
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NH state Rep. Will Infantine

"Men, by and large, make more because of some of the things they do. Their jobs are, by and large, riskier. They don’t mind working nights and weekends. They don’t mind working overtime or outdoors."

"Women make half of what men do because of flexibility of work, men are more motivated by money than women are."

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SC state Sen. Mike Fair
Believing that homosexuality is “not normal,” he has convinced the University of South Carolina Upstate to cancel a satirical one-woman show called, “How to Be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less.”
"It’s just not normal and then you glorify, or it seems to me, that the promotion at USC is a glorification of same sex orientation… That’s not an explanation of ‘I was born this way.’ It’s recruiting."
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SC state Sen. Mike Fair

Believing that homosexuality is “not normal,” he has convinced the University of South Carolina Upstate to cancel a satirical one-woman show called, “How to Be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less.”

"It’s just not normal and then you glorify, or it seems to me, that the promotion at USC is a glorification of same sex orientation… That’s not an explanation of ‘I was born this way.’ It’s recruiting."

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan
In defending the rights of Hobby Lobby owners to stop their employees from getting birth control:
"Is the ability to buy contraceptives, that are now widely available—my Lord, all you have to do is walk into a 7-11 or any shop on any street in America and have access to them—is that right to access those and have them paid for, is that such a towering good that it would suffocate the rights of conscience?"
Birth control pills need a prescription, they are not sold on any shop on any street in America, they are not sold at 7-11.
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Cardinal Timothy Dolan

In defending the rights of Hobby Lobby owners to stop their employees from getting birth control:

"Is the ability to buy contraceptives, that are now widely available—my Lord, all you have to do is walk into a 7-11 or any shop on any street in America and have access to them—is that right to access those and have them paid for, is that such a towering good that it would suffocate the rights of conscience?"

Birth control pills need a prescription, they are not sold on any shop on any street in America, they are not sold at 7-11.

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Chuck Schuetz, CEO of University General Hospital–Dallas
Revoked two doctors admitting privileges, saying they were disrupting the hospital’s “business and the reputation” by providing abortions at their own facilities miles away.
"Your practice of voluntary interruption of pregnancies…creates significant exposure and damages to UGHD’s reputation within the community"
In Texas, to provide abortion services doctors must have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
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Chuck Schuetz, CEO of University General Hospital–Dallas

Revoked two doctors admitting privileges, saying they were disrupting the hospital’s “business and the reputation” by providing abortions at their own facilities miles away.

"Your practice of voluntary interruption of pregnancies…creates significant exposure and damages to UGHD’s reputation within the community"

In Texas, to provide abortion services doctors must have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.

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David Choe
Told a lurid story on a podcast about how he forced a masseuse to sexually stimulate him. But after a backlash in which the artist and writer was branded a rapist, he has been forced to admit he had made the story up to be “edgy.”
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David Choe

Told a lurid story on a podcast about how he forced a masseuse to sexually stimulate him. But after a backlash in which the artist and writer was branded a rapist, he has been forced to admit he had made the story up to be “edgy.”

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