Denver Post: Poor Michelle Wilkins. First she was attacked by a stranger who sliced out and killed her 8-month-old fetus and now she has become the central figure in a political fight over proposed fetal homicide legislation.
Intermarkets: Earlier this year, Intermarkets teamed up with the data scientists at SimilarWeb to append the Drudge Report’s referral traffic, and its impact on advertising and other publishers. Conclusion: Drudge is a rare, unique premium publisher driving hundreds of millions of external visits each month.
The Washington Post: The Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act makes it illegal for an employer to engage in what the act deems “discrimination” when it comes to “compensation, terms, conditions or privileges of employment” on the basis of an individual’s “reproductive health decision making” — including the “termination of a pregnancy.” In plain English, the bill could force employers in the nation’s capital to cover elective, surgical abortions in their health plans and require pro-life organizations to hire individuals who advocate for abortion.