Since former U.S. president Ronald Reagan, every Republican administration has implemented the policy, while every subsequent Democratic administration has lifted it after taking office.
Terence Zhao’s recent article (“This House would replace the U.S. government with a military junta,” from The Daily on May 31) bizarrely accuses the Stanford College Republicans of “gaslighting” for advocating a pro-life position in a recent debate with the Stanford Debate Society. I wish Terence had attended the debate, because he would have seen that…
Two years ago, a debate was thrown on this campus about whether or not to repeal Obamacare. At that time, I wrote the following: “At the time of this event, only 17 percent of Americans support the latest version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), the GOP replacement for Obamacare. While 17 percent doesn’t…
The Stanford College Republicans (SCR) and Stanford Debate Society (SDS) squared off in a heated debate over a potential nationwide ban of abortion at all stages of pregnancy.
Nearly a hundred people gathered on the corners of the intersection between El Camino Real and Embarcadero Road on Tuesday afternoon, joining a nationwide movement protesting legislation that has made abortions increasingly inaccessible in the United States.
Ethical questions also suffer from vagueness, and in particular the question “when is it okay to kill an organism?” suffers from a vagueness with far higher stakes than the definition of a pile of sand.
Many pro-choice and pro-life activists disagree over the possibility of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Claire Dinshaw argues that the Irish vote to allow abortion is just the start, the country still needs to figure out how to provide access and make the procedure affordable.