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Strict Abortion Laws Infringe on Women’s Rights

Strict Abortion Laws Infringe on Women’s Rights

Nowhere has the word “life” been used with more passion than in the United States.

Coulter Controversy Prompts Fordham Law Faculty Member to Write Open Letter to McShane

Coulter Controversy Prompts Fordham Law Faculty Member to Write Open Letter to McShane

A member of the Fordham Law faculty wrote an open letter to Fordham President Father Joseph M. McShane, S.J. in response to the funding of Ann Coulter's Fordham visit.

Year of the Woman, Narrated by Man?

Year of the Woman, Narrated by Man?

It is no secret that the hot topics of the 2012 election have had a lot to do with women.

Point-Counterpoint: Is a Required Ultrasound a Step Too Far or Justifiable Legislation?

Usually, it is considered highly immoral to implement laws that impede a person’s path to exercise their rights. Somehow, though, the rights for a woman to decide what happens to her own body have been seriously put into question. The most recent legislative amendment to a woman’s right to choose has been the required ultrasound at least 24 hours before an abortion.

President Obama Ventures Into The Culture of Death

President Obama Ventures Into The Culture of Death

Why We Need To Worry About His Nonchalant Approach To Abortion Helen Lee Staff Writer Published: February 12, 2009 Over half of American Catholics voted for Barack Obama. This is not surprising in and of itself: the Catholic vote usually mirrors the overall results. But in the weeks preceding the election, Catholics were busy trying to justify their choice for […]

“Choose Life” Posters at Fordham  Spark Debate and Controversy

“Choose Life” Posters at Fordham Spark Debate and Controversy

By Ashley Tedesc0 Asst. News Editor Published: February 12, 2009 Signs reading “Choose Life” were posted around Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) by Campus Ministry and, on a number of separate occasions, torn down by students in an apparent expression of disagreement. Other faculty and students have pointed out the fact that the signs are consistent with the Jesuit […]