The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life

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Abortion has been a polarizing issues for three decades. But today, the politics are changing fast. Public support for abortion on demand is dropping, while euthanasia and cloning have also become part of controversial debates. Political journalist Ramesh Ponnuru explains how these issues represent the creeping advance of the party of death it wants to narrow the circle of human beings with a right to life by excluding the unborn, the seriously disabled and maybe even infants. Ponnuru details how the party of ...
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Overview

Abortion has been a polarizing issues for three decades. But today, the politics are changing fast. Public support for abortion on demand is dropping, while euthanasia and cloning have also become part of controversial debates. Political journalist Ramesh Ponnuru explains how these issues represent the creeping advance of the party of death it wants to narrow the circle of human beings with a right to life by excluding the unborn, the seriously disabled and maybe even infants. Ponnuru details how the party of death took over the Democratic party, and how it has corrupted the law, politics, and even the teaching of history. He also explains how figures such as Mario Cuomo, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Barbara Boxer have camouflaged the party of death's extremism all with help from the media. But Ponnuru also has insight into a different political future, and closes by asking how America might look after Roe v. Wade is overturned. In an America that is turning away from abortion on demand, the Democrats may prove to be the last victims of the party of death.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781596980044
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 4/24/2006
  • Pages: 303
  • Sales rank: 991,115
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.15 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction : single issues 1
1 Overturning a myth 7
2 Realignment 21
3 Safe, legal, and subsidized 33
4 "Too close to infanticide" 43
5 The nullification machine 55
6 Is abortion good for you? 65
7 The politics of personhood 77
8 Silencing dissent 93
9 The corruption of history 105
10 The doctor will kill you now 121
11 Parts is parts 133
12 Stem sell : Ron Reagan 143
13 Cell division 153
14 Weeding out the unfit 165
15 What's so bad about infanticide? 175
16 Scribes of the party of death 191
17 The tide turns 201
18 Pro-life democrats 217
19 Dancing with death 227
20 Life after Roe 239
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2012

    A must-read book

    The Party of Death should be considered the ultimate book for anyone interested in learning about abortion, euthanasia, embryo research, infanticide, and the politics related to these topics. Did you know late-term abortions are legal if they meet certain health exceptions? Ramesh Ponnuru brings to light abortion laws and reveals that these health exceptions are so broadly defined that the law effectively allows late-term abortions on demand. You will learn this in the first chapter. I purchased this book wanting to learn more about abortion. Having read the entire book, I can safely say it is necessary for people to learn about the remaining subjects of this book as well: euthanasia, embryo research, and infanticide. Along with abortion, these are all items the American public should be informed on. This book contains the knowledge required to do the informing.

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