Anti-abortion hysteria: the new norm for Republican presidential candidates

Well said by the previous pinner: Why is it that overtly religious, Islamic or Christian, feel they need to have everyone follow just "their" religion. That it's not enough that they follow their religious requirements but they must force everyone else to as well.

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GOP Billionaires Plan: We'll Pick the Republican Presidential Candidate

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Colorado Springs: a playground for pro-life, pro-gun evangelical Christians

With anti-abortion policies supported by many Republican presidential candidates such as Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Jeb Bush, rhetoric attacking Planned Parenthood and other such organisations is not hard to find in the city. Last spring, following the gruesome attack on a Colorado woman who had her unborn-baby ripped from her womb with a knife, state representative and Springs resident Gordon Klingenschmitt said the attack was “the curse of God upon America for our sin of not protecting…

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Many Republican Presidential Candidates Are Secretly OK With Legal Pot

Many Republican Presidential Candidates Are Secretly OK With Legal Pot But Chris Christie is a buzzkill.

Here's How Carly Fiorina Wants to Redefine Feminism

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Donald Trump's family show their support for him at Republican debate

Trump's wife Melania, and his children Donald Jr,  Ivanka, who is pregnant, and Eric, attended the debate in Boulder, Colorado on Wednesday night.

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I thought I was just scared of Trump – but it's his America I fear

Thought Iwas scared of Trump... Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump

Year in pictures 2016

Year in pictures 2016 - BBC News

Does Donald Trump want to create a Trump News Network?

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives an interview in the spin room after a debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 10, 2015.

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