The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life [NOOK Book]

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"Ramesh Pnnouru tells the story of how the Democrats became the party of abortion-on-demand and euthanasia, and lost the support of most Americans in the process. He hasn't just written an engaging guide to the Party of Death?he's written a non-vitriolic battle plan on how to defeat it. Pro-lifers can and ...
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Overview



Praise for The Party of Death

"Ramesh Pnnouru tells the story of how the Democrats became the party of abortion-on-demand and euthanasia, and lost the support of most Americans in the process. He hasn't just written an engaging guide to the Party of Death—he's written a non-vitriolic battle plan on how to defeat it. Pro-lifers can and should be optimistic!"
Rush Limbaugh

"With his characteristically keen, analytical, and powerful pen, Ramesh Ponnuru dissects the myths surrounding abortion. We can now begin to reverse course by taking Ponnuru's book the same way he takes every issue: seriously."
William J. Bennett

"Ramesh Ponuru has written a smart, compelling, and eloquent book about some of the most important issues of our time. No matter how much you think you know about American politics and culture, you will learn a great deal from The Party of Death"
Mark Levin

"This carefully researched and rigorously argued work skillfully rebuts the deductive arguments of America's merchants of death. Beautifully crafted, it is both enjoyable adn profitable reading."
Chuck Colson

"The Party of Death is the most important book of the year, if not the deacade. Ramesh Ponnuru, one of the nation's most penetrating and lucid young conservative thinkers, makes a thorough, reasoned case for respecting life. The good news is that the death cult of Planned Parenthood, Howard Dean, and the New York Times is on the way to ultimate defeat."
Michelle Malkin

"The power of this book is the force of its logic. Ramesh Ponnuru has given us the most significant statement on the need to protect human life in American since Ronald Reagan's Abortion and the Conscience of a Nation. Like Reagan, he is calling America to return to its best self. And there is reason to hope that the country is listening."
Peggy Noonan
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781621571261
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 2/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 303
  • Sales rank: 1,254,527
  • File size: 460 KB

Meet the Author



Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor at National Review, is a graduate of Princeton University and has covered politics as a reporter for more than a decade. His journalism had appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Newsday, the Washington Times, the Weekly Standard, and Financial Times. He is also a frequent guest on television and radio political programs. A native of Kansas City, Kansas, he now lives in Washington DC with his family.
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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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