Millie Churcher (Sydney): Rethinking the Abortion Issue: The Problem of Normative Femininity and Hermeneutical Injustice. From Right Wing Watch, “are we comparing the pro-choice movement to the Nazi movement? Yes, absolutely.” It is long past time to end the use of Nazi and holocaust analogies regarding legal abortion and contraception in the United States. Some abortion opponents say emergency contraception pills may block fertilized eggs from implanting, but scientists say there is no evidence the pills work that way. Jon A. Shields on abortion and the limits of philosophy. Marco Rubio on why abortion is bad for America. From The Human Life Review, David R. Kenagy on a memo, medical records, and movement; and what's a pro-lifer to do? Christopher Bell wonders. Gordon O’Connor on the conservative stance on abortion you didn’t know about. In an unsigned, and little read Harvard Law Review article, a young Barack Obama considered the obscure question of whether fetuses could sue their mothers. From The Atlantic Cities, an article on the geography of abortion. States want more data on abortion patients, zealots want their hands on it — shame is the new anti-choice strategy.