by John Nolte – 12 May 2022 – for Breitbart.news Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) says that while Americans face a worsening baby formula shortage, “They are sending pallets–pallets! of baby formula to the border.” Who is “they?” Well, the Biden administration, of course. You don’t think Joe Biden would put Americans at the head of the baby formula line, do you? Democrats hate Americans, especially the babies they didn’t get a chance to abort. Hoping to change the country’s demographics (a stated goal of Democrats and the media), Biden is flooding the country with illegal immigrants, a record number of … Continue reading Illegal Immigrants Receiving ‘Pallets of Baby Formula’ while American mothers do without
The Upshot – New York Times By Margot Sanger-Katz, Claire Cain Miller and Quoctrung Bui – Dec. 14, 2021 The Typical Patient … Is Already a Mother. Is in Her Late 20s. Attended Some College. Has a Low Income. Is Unmarried. Is in Her First 6 Weeks of Pregnancy. Is Having Her First Abortion. Lives in a Blue State. The portrait of abortion in the United States has changed with society. Today, teenagers are having far fewer abortions, and abortion patients are most likely to already be mothers. Although there’s a lot of debate over gestational cutoffs, nearly half of abortions … Continue reading Who Gets Abortions in America?
By RAMESH PONNURU – December 6, 2021 6:30 AM – for National Review The justices should finally correct the record. A discussion of the history of abortion law occupied several minutes of the oral argument before the Supreme Court last Wednesday. Much of what was said was false or misleading. Julie Rikelman, the lawyer for the clinic challenging Mississippi’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks, gave voice to that misinformation under searching questioning from Justice Samuel Alito. But she did not come up with it herself. A fake and sometimes fraudulent version of history has been a staple of abortion advocacy since the 1960s. … Continue reading Phony Abortion History Returns to the Supreme Court
Why deterministic reductionism is ruining science through government (i.e., democrat party) control of funding By Lord Buckbeak So many things (perhaps all things) depend on defining what we mean when we use a politically charged word (and perhaps all words). The democrats have been using ‘science’ and the empty phrase ‘follow the science’ to force gross violations of our constitutional liberties for going on two years. As in the French Revolution ‘Safety’ and ‘be safe’ are the excuses given to trample the rights of the people. When Ben Franklin wrote in a letter to the colonial governor of Pennsylvania these … Continue reading Chaos or Cosmos?
By DAVID NG – Feb 8, 2022 – for Breitbart.news Comedian-actress Milana Vayntrub, who is known to millions of TV viewers for playing cheerful saleswoman “Lily” in AT&T’s ubiquitous wireless commercials, has penned a personal essay in which she expresses gratitude for abortion, describing her own experience terminating her unwanted child as “no big deal.” She also describes women as “all of us with a uterus” and abortions as a form of “essential health care.” “Over the past decade, I’ve hardly thought about my abortion, except for when I think of those who may not have access to one,” she wrote … Continue reading AT&T Commercial Star Milana Vayntrub: ‘I Am Grateful for the Beautifully Boring Abortion I Had’
Led by their charismatic messiah, Anthony Fauci, they have been holing up in WacoTon, D.C., for two years now Dr. Fraud Fauci has yet to name any of his spiritual wives but he has advised his many followers that it is OK to have sexual hook-ups with total strangers as long as they do not leave their homes to go to work. Fraud Fauci has also issued his list of ten commandments that his followers must keep if they wish to enter into the Promised Land of Zero Covid. We obtained a list of these commandments all Covidians are expected … Continue reading The Branch Covidians believe the end of the world is near
I never thought about having an abortion. Instead, at 19, I erased the future I had imagined for myself By Merritt Tierce – Published Dec. 2, 2021 Updated Dec. 5, 2021 for the New York Times My cmnt: I certainly appreciate this woman’s story. I too grew up in a Church of Christ and knew girls who got married after finding out they were pregnant. I also knew a girl who had an abortion when she found out she was pregnant and not wanting to marry the father. My cousin got a girl pregnant in early high school and rode the bus with … Continue reading The Abortion I Didn’t Have
My cmnt: The legendary Paul Harvey reported this and recited the prayer. (You can listen to that broadcast here.) My cmnt: This was just 25 years ago (1996) which is not exactly ancient times. Bill Clinton was in the White House sexually harassing young women and selling our missile technology to the Red Chinese for campaign donations. Some things never change – and selling out to the Red Chinese continues to this day with Hollywood, Apple, the NBA, and the democrats. Man, oh, man, they won’t invite Pastor Joe to the Kansas State Legislature again. They invited Pastor Joe Wright of … Continue reading Paul Harvey reports on Pastor Joe’s prayer
By MATTHEW J. FRANCK & ROBERT P. GEORGE – November 11, 2021 10:51 AM – for National Review The justices’ duty is clear In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the state of Mississippi has directly confronted the Supreme Court with an argument that, believe it or not, no state has pressed since Pennsylvania did so 29 years ago in Planned Parenthood v. Casey — that Roe v. Wade was a grievous constitutional error and should be overturned. Casey was a close-run thing, a 5–4 decision that both preserved a virtually unlimited “right” to abortion and exposed how nakedly political and lawless was the “jurisprudence” that shielded the … Continue reading Roe Undermines the Supreme Court’s Legitimacy
By HUGH HEWITT November 11, 2021 11:01 AM – for National Review The chief justice should follow his own stated reasoning When the Supreme Court turns to the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization this fall, I believe that six justices will vote to overrule the combined doctrines of 1973’s Roe v. Wade — the original and sweeping intervention by the Supreme Court in the organic development of state statutory systems regulating abortion — and its 1992 “do-over” in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. The entire cobbled-together façade of jerry-rigged, ad hoc, and incoherent abortion case law will be swept away, and the half century of … Continue reading Chief Justice John Roberts v. Roe
By ZACHARY EVANS September 1, 2021 8:11 AM for the National Review My cmnt: As I publish this blog Dementia Joe is reading from his teleprompter (poorly) saying that the Supreme Court blew it and Texas is trampling on a woman’s right to kill her baby. A Texas law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected went into effect on Wednesday morning after the Supreme Court and a federal appeals court failed to act on emergency requests to stay the law. The law was signed by Governor Greg Abbott in May, and has been challenged by various abortion providers. A fetal … Continue reading Texas Becomes First State to Implement Fetal Heartbeat Law after Supreme Court Declines to Act
By Louise Bevan August 4, 2021 Updated: August 4, 2021 – for The Epoch Times Despite the lack of support from her husband, the derision of her community, and the advice of her doctor to abort, an Indian woman chose life, bravely raising triplet daughters by herself. “My daughters are my strength,” Auxiliary nurse-midwife Jasbeer Kaur, who currently resides in Rajasthan’s Ganganagar district in northern India, told The Epoch Times. “I have no regrets, no burden on my heart. If I would have committed the sin [of abortion], I would have died just with the guilt.” Jasbeer got married in 1995, and it quickly transpired that her husband … Continue reading Woman Chose Life for Triplet Daughters 24 Years Ago Despite Doctor’s Advice to Abort
By THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D. – 10 May 2021 – for Breitbart.news A showdown is brewing among the U.S. bishops over the question of whether to deny Holy Communion to public figures such as Joe Biden who profess to be Catholics while actively working to expand abortion rights, which the Church considers to be gravely evil. The Associated Press noted Sunday that the confrontation is coming to a head in anticipation of the national assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), slated to begin on June 16. The doctrine committee of the USCCB is currently drafting a document to clarify the issue … Continue reading Showdown Brews over Holy Communion for ‘Pro-Abortion Catholics’
BY GEORGE WEIGEL – for EPPC – Summer 2009 Sometimes, the veil slips. (see the full interview below) It certainly did in a recent New York Times Magazine interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. There, in the course of relating her surprise at the Court’s 1980 decision upholding the Hyde Amendment (which banned federal funding for abortion), Justice Ginsburg had the following to say about legal history, social policy, and political surprises: “Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want … Continue reading Ruth Ginsburg and Undesirables
This is a monumental accomplishment for human rights in Nebraska. Continue reading Nebr Governor signs law banning dismemberment abortions