Howdy folks. Sorry I’ve been away for the day. I was actually around, but wanted to leave the Specter of Roe v Wade post up so more people could see it. Also, I was irresponsible last night and stayed up until 3 A.M. (What can I say? The Internets never sleep. It wasn’t the first time and I’m sure it’ll not be the last.) I only got about 6 hours of sleep, and I’m just not in top form for writing when I’m that fatigued. I also started Chantix today, as I’m quiting smoking sometime later this week. So yeah, I needed a non-posting day.
This blog is just building up, so please consider offering links to posts you enjoy here at other places you may visit on the web. Don’t go pimping the blog or anything, but if there’s a conversation happening about Roe v Wade and part of my series works in the conversation, please consider dropping the link to it. I’ve been really pleased with the traffic I’ve gotten so far, and I really appreciate both The Confluence and PumaPAC for allowing me to post links to my blog in comments, and to their readers for being willing to take a chance on clicking my link. I’m just trying to add my voice to the chorus, so thanks for supporting that.
All that said, I plan on getting plenty of rest tonight so I can post part II of the series tomorrow. I can’t wait to tell you all about Nancy Keenan, the Catholic head of NARAL. I think you’ll be pretty surprised to hear about what they and other Pro-Choice groups have been up to.
Update: Almost forgot! If you’ve got some spare change to throw around, I can think of one good candidate to donate it to. Ed O’Reilly is running for Senator of Massachusetts, giving John Kerry his first primary challenge in his entire Senatorial career. He has an ActBlue page where you can donate to his campaign.