The war seems to be spreading, so there is news on several fronts. The overall objective remains unclear, but at this point the defenders are beginning to rally, and I suspect some counterattacks are beginning to have an effect. Here, in no particular order, are dispatches from the front. Please keep in mind that, like other wars, there are different, separate battles being fought in many different locations. Like WWII, a battle in Norway or Italy might be completely disconnected from a battle on Luzon or Bikini atoll.
While the fight is called the War of the Uterus, the attackers are using many different approaches to match the local terrain.
In Indiana, Rep Bob Morris (R) has declared that the Girl Scouts is a radicalized organization that promotes homosexual lifestyles and funds Planned Parenthood. According to him, in a letter explaining why he wouldn't support a resolution acknowledging and honoring the 100th anniversary of the organization, he stated that "after talking to some well-informed constituents, I did a small amount of web-based research, and what I found is disturbing."
A couple things immediately popped out of his statement. Exactly who are these "well-informed constituents" and where did they get the information they shared? Nobody...well, nobody beyond Morris seems to know. Considering the varied and strange information available on the web, a "small amount" of research could probably support any conceivable position on anything. It's probably worse than that old saw that you can support any possible position with a quote from the Bible.
With a couple minutes I can easily locate web sites that support any number of pending or existing alien abductions, the pending end of the world on almost any day this year (although the date on the Mayan calendar seems to be the most favored at the moment), or the Fact that Hitler didn't die in the bunker was lived to a ripe old age in [pick your own country here].
Morris then lays out his best shot:
He says the Girl Scouts "have entered into a close strategic affiliation with Planned Parenthood,” though “you will not find evidence of this on the GSA/WAGGGS website—in fact, the websites of these two organizations explicitly deny funding Planned Parenthood.”