A new poll that was released this week from Axios shows that Americans are now as likely to identify as pro-life (47 percent) as they are pro-choice (47 percent). This stands in contrast to a Marist poll that was taken in mid January that reported, Americans were much more likely to call themselves “pro-choice” than “pro-life” (55 to 38 percent). I wonder if the new late term abortion laws of New York and Virginia have anything to do with the public conscience.
Transgender Athletes Take Top Two Places
The top two finishers in the female 55-meter dash at the Connecticut indoor track and field championships are both transgender athletes — that is, boys competing as girls.
High school juniors Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood took first and second place in the state open indoor track championships Feb. 16, The Associated Press noted in a report Sunday. Both Miller and Yearwood are biological males who identify as transgender girls.
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Judge rules men-only military draft unconstitutional in court win for San Diego men's group
A federal judge has ruled that a men-only draft is unconstitutional, but he stopped short of ordering the Selective Service System to register women for military service.