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June 4, 1986 | MICHAEL SEILER and HARRY NELSON, Times Staff Writers
Loma Linda University Medical Center, a major infant heart transplant facility, has refused to consider a desperately ill infant as a potential transplant recipient because hospital officials thought his parents would be incapable of providing him special post-operation care, a Roman Catholic priest and a spokeswoman for an anti-abortion group claimed Tuesday. They said Loma Linda objected to the fact that the parents are young and unmarried.
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October 22, 2000 | SUE FOX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Susan Carpenter McMillan, best known as the spokeswoman for President Clinton accuser Paula Jones, bounds up to the podium, throws her hands into the air and launches into yet another campaign speech. "I feel like a little cheerleader up here--a Republican cheerleader," she gushes to a roomful of GOP members of the conservative Lincoln Club, in her bid to win a state Assembly seat. "I've never identified with a candidate so much as I have with George Bush.
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April 2, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Susan Carpenter McMillan was behind enemy lines and her battle was lost. She was hissed and booed for describing abortion as America's holocaust. One man marched out. A professor's appeal for deference did little but reduce the Valley College audience to polite fidgeting. Later, McMillan discussed the cost of being spokeswoman for a view that one 1989 survey showed is held by less than 15% of America women: that abortion should not be a legal choice, not even for victims of rape or incest.
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October 22, 2000 | SUE FOX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Susan Carpenter McMillan, best known as the spokeswoman for President Clinton accuser Paula Jones, bounds up to the podium, throws her hands into the air and launches into yet another campaign speech. "I feel like a little cheerleader up here--a Republican cheerleader," she gushes to a roomful of GOP members of the conservative Lincoln Club in her bid to win a state Assembly seat. "I've never identified with a candidate so much as I have with George Bush.
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October 21, 2000 | PATRICK MCGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With less than three weeks till the Nov. 7 election, candidates in four key state legislative races in the San Fernando Valley clashed Friday over the best ways to fix schools and freeways and halt runaway film production. The Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. forums, attended by about 50 Valley business leaders at the Airtel Plaza Hotel, featured sharp exchanges involving all eight major party candidates in the 21st Senate District and 41st, 43rd and 44th Assembly districts.
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October 22, 2000 | SUE FOX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Susan Carpenter McMillan, best known as the spokeswoman for President Clinton accuser Paula Jones, bounds up to the podium, throws her hands into the air and launches into yet another campaign speech. "I feel like a little cheerleader up here--a Republican cheerleader," she gushes to a roomful of GOP members of the conservative Lincoln Club in her bid to win a state Assembly seat. "I've never identified with a candidate so much as I have with George Bush.
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October 22, 2000 | SUE FOX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Susan Carpenter McMillan, best known as the spokeswoman for President Clinton accuser Paula Jones, bounds up to the podium, throws her hands into the air and launches into yet another campaign speech. "I feel like a little cheerleader up here--a Republican cheerleader," she gushes to a roomful of GOP members of the conservative Lincoln Club, in her bid to win a state Assembly seat. "I've never identified with a candidate so much as I have with George Bush.
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October 11, 2000 | PATRICK McGREEVY and JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Republican candidates urged repeal of the state's 18-cent-per-gallon gasoline tax and congressional contenders clashed over abortion in debates in three key San Fernando Valley races Tuesday. With less than a month until the Nov. 7 election, college students and teachers heard a spirited exchange between the 43rd Assembly District contenders, Democrat Dario Frommer and Republican Craig Missakian.
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February 26, 1993 | BILL STALL, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Stealing a page--or the entire book--from the successful strategy of their "liberal, pro-abortion" foes, a group of conservative California Republican women Thursday announced the formation of an organization to promote and support like-minded women for elected office. The group is called ShE LIST: Shaping Elections: Life Issues Support Team. Its primary spokeswoman is Susan Carpenter-McMillan of San Marino, an official of the Right to Life Pro-Family Media Coalition.
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July 10, 1997
Paula Corbin Jones, in her first public appearance since a U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowed her sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton to move forward, announced Wednesday that San Marino activist Susan Carpenter-McMillan will serve as her new spokeswoman and head of her legal defense fund. "I am not going to say anything today, but I want to introduce you to my really wonderful friend Susan," Jones said.
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October 21, 2000 | PATRICK MCGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With less than three weeks till the Nov. 7 election, candidates in four key state legislative races in the San Fernando Valley clashed Friday over the best ways to fix schools and freeways and halt runaway film production. The Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. forums, attended by about 50 Valley business leaders at the Airtel Plaza Hotel, featured sharp exchanges involving all eight major party candidates in the 21st Senate District and 41st, 43rd and 44th Assembly districts.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 2000 | PATRICK McGREEVY and JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Republican candidates urged repeal of the state's 18-cent-per-gallon gasoline tax and congressional contenders clashed over abortion in debates in three key San Fernando Valley races Tuesday. With less than a month until the Nov. 7 election, college students and teachers heard a spirited exchange between the 43rd Assembly District contenders, Democrat Dario Frommer and Republican Craig Missakian.
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July 10, 1997
Paula Corbin Jones, in her first public appearance since a U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowed her sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton to move forward, announced Wednesday that San Marino activist Susan Carpenter-McMillan will serve as her new spokeswoman and head of her legal defense fund. "I am not going to say anything today, but I want to introduce you to my really wonderful friend Susan," Jones said.
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May 25, 1993 | SUSAN CARPENTER McMILLAN, Susan Carpenter McMillan is a KABC-TV commentator, spokesperson for the Pro-Family Media Coalition of Southern California and a founder of ShE LIST, a conservative women's political action committee.
Ashley's father left home when she was 7. Over the next four years, her mother raised her alone. Ashley was 11 when she left home; that same year she became sexually active. By 13, she gave birth and gave up her baby for adoption. The next year she had three abortions. By the age of 15, Ashley was living on the streets, earning money as a prostitute. The politically correct thing to say at this point is, "Don't blame poor Ashley, it's society's fault."
OPINION
March 14, 1993 | SUSAN CARPENTER McMILLAN, Susan Carpenter McMillan is a KABC-TV commentator, spokesperson for the Pro-Family Media Coalition of Southern California and a founder of ShE LIST, a conservative women's political action committee
It was a typical New York day two years ago last October when a young, rather shy, immigrant woman entered the clinic on Ninth Avenue. Rosa Rodriguez was 7 1/2 months pregnant and wanted an abortion. The baby lay quietly secure, peaceful and innocent in her increasingly cramped world, when suddenly a torturous instrument of death locked itself around her tiny arm. It began pulling, then twisting, yanking, turning and finally pulling the entire arm from its socket.
NEWS
February 26, 1993 | BILL STALL, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Stealing a page--or the entire book--from the successful strategy of their "liberal, pro-abortion" foes, a group of conservative California Republican women Thursday announced the formation of an organization to promote and support like-minded women for elected office. The group is called ShE LIST: Shaping Elections: Life Issues Support Team. Its primary spokeswoman is Susan Carpenter-McMillan of San Marino, an official of the Right to Life Pro-Family Media Coalition.
OPINION
January 31, 1993 | SUSAN CARPENTER McMILLAN, Susan Carpenter McMillan of San Marino is a spokesperson for the Pro-family Media Coalition and a commentator on KABC-TV.
Last spring, the Supreme Court passed down a ruling on a controversial anti-prayer case, Lee vs. Weisman. The case involved a Rhode Island junior high school that invited a rabbi to give the opening prayer at its graduation. One offended parent sued the school, and later won based on a misrepresented interpretation of the First Amendment argument concerning separation of church and state and the assertion that the rabbi's prayer could be deemed harmful, offensive and coercive.
OPINION
March 14, 1993 | SUSAN CARPENTER McMILLAN, Susan Carpenter McMillan is a KABC-TV commentator, spokesperson for the Pro-Family Media Coalition of Southern California and a founder of ShE LIST, a conservative women's political action committee
It was a typical New York day two years ago last October when a young, rather shy, immigrant woman entered the clinic on Ninth Avenue. Rosa Rodriguez was 7 1/2 months pregnant and wanted an abortion. The baby lay quietly secure, peaceful and innocent in her increasingly cramped world, when suddenly a torturous instrument of death locked itself around her tiny arm. It began pulling, then twisting, yanking, turning and finally pulling the entire arm from its socket.
OPINION
January 31, 1993 | SUSAN CARPENTER McMILLAN, Susan Carpenter McMillan of San Marino is a spokesperson for the Pro-family Media Coalition and a commentator on KABC-TV.
Last spring, the Supreme Court passed down a ruling on a controversial anti-prayer case, Lee vs. Weisman. The case involved a Rhode Island junior high school that invited a rabbi to give the opening prayer at its graduation. One offended parent sued the school, and later won based on a misrepresented interpretation of the First Amendment argument concerning separation of church and state and the assertion that the rabbi's prayer could be deemed harmful, offensive and coercive.
NEWS
April 2, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Susan Carpenter McMillan was behind enemy lines and her battle was lost. She was hissed and booed for describing abortion as America's holocaust. One man marched out. A professor's appeal for deference did little but reduce the Valley College audience to polite fidgeting. Later, McMillan discussed the cost of being spokeswoman for a view that one 1989 survey showed is held by less than 15% of America women: that abortion should not be a legal choice, not even for victims of rape or incest.
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