Conservatives Blast Colorado Killer

Conservatives Blast Colorado Killer
Planned Parenthood shooter Richard Dear identified himself as a woman.

Bob Small sent me a note regarding comments made by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee this morning (Nov. 29) on CNN’s “State of the Union” concerning Friday’s shootings at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.

“What he did is domestic terrorism, and what he did is absolutely abominable, especially to us in the pro-life movement, because there’s nothing about any of us that would condone or in any way look the other way on something like this,” Huckabee said.

Megadittos Governor. No decent person can defend this sickness.

We are still not quite willing to give the incident the T label until more information comes out as we may find that the shooter, 57-year-old Richard Dear, might fall into the “I hear voices” category rather than someone with a religious or political agenda.

It has been learned to the dismay of some that Dear, an ugly bearded man, identified himself as a woman on his voter registration  form and did not affiliate with a political party.

He also has a long history of violence and petty violations.

It seems wiser  to have the taxonomy of evil  categorize “terrorism” as something requiring more planning than whim else just about every act of violence could be labeled such.

And the police have been careful about speculating about Dear’s motive.

Regardless, Dear is scum and as he was taken alive we will soon learn his motives and the amount of thought he put into the attack.

And here’s a quite inappropriate but rather important question for those of us concerned about the integrity of the voting process to ask: Was Dear, who identified himself as a female voter, allowed to vote?

Conservatives Blast Colorado Killer

 

 

 

Planned Parenthood Sold Spin

The videos released by Center for Medical Progress (CMP) showing monstrous behavior by the once-esteemed Planned Parenthood have been reported as “heavily edited” by the pro-abortion lapdogs in the old media. Planned Parenthood Sold Spin

Well, that’s what Planned Parenthood paid for. The vile organization hired Fusion GPS, a left-wing public relations firm, to try and spin them out of their difficulty. They came up with the idea to push that the videos were “heavily edited.”

CMP has at least 12 hours of video and most of it is available for those that want to wade through it.

To say the videos that establish that Planned Parenthood sold the parts of the bodies of the human beings they killed are “heavily edited” is like saying surveillance video showing a hold up at a drug store was heavily edited because it didn’t include the entire day.

Planned Parenthood Sold Spin

Ted Cruz Town Hall

Ted Cruz Town Hall -- Senator and Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz will host a telephone town hall, 4 p.m., today, Aug. 25 in which he will unveil a plan to end tax subsidies for the monstrous, racist Planned Parenthood organization.  The public is invited. The dial-in number is 877-229-8493 and the pin number is 114559.Senator and Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz will host a telephone town hall, 4 p.m., today, Aug. 25 in which he will unveil a plan to end tax subsidies for the monstrous, racist Planned Parenthood organization.

The public is invited. The dial-in number is 877-229-8493 and the pin number is 114559.

Hat tip Bob Guzzardi

Ted Cruz Town Hall

Planned Parenthood Protests Today

Protests are occurring at Planned Parenthood clinics throughout the region, today, Aug. 22, reports Don Adams of Independence Hall Foundation. Planned Parenthood Protests Today

The protests are in response to the monstrous revelations made about the activities of that vile organization.

Here is the schedule:

Delaware

Planned Parenthood, 805 S. Governors Avenue, Dover
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.

Planned Parenthood, 140 E. Delaware Avenue, Newark
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.

Planned Parenthood, 625 N. Shipley Street, Wilmington
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: Delaware Right to Life

New Jersey

Planned Parenthood, 2279 Highway 33, Hamilton Township
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.

Planned Parenthood, 196 Speedwell Avenue, Morristown
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: Morris County Right to Life

Planned Parenthood, 69 E. Newman Springs Road, Shrewsbury
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.

Pennsylvania

Planned Parenthood, 29 N. 9th Street, Allentown
When: This protest will be held from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Planned Parenthood, 2407 Butler Street, Easton
When: This protest will be held from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Planned Parenthood, 31 S. Lime Street, Lancaster
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: 40 Days for Life – Lancaster

Planned Parenthood, 1221 Powell Street, Norristown
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsors: Missionaries of the Gospel of Life & 40 Days for Life

Planned Parenthood, 12th and Locust Streets, Philadelphia
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia

Planned Parenthood, 2751 Comly Road, Northeast Philadelphia
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: Olney Baptist Church

Planned Parenthood, 2081 E. High Street, Pottstown
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: Missionaries of the Gospel of Life

Planned Parenthood, 401 W. Broad Street, Quakertown
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Contact the local leader

Planned Parenthood, 48 S. 4th Street, Reading
When: This protest will be held from 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Sponsors : Pro-Life Berks and The King’s Men

Planned Parenthood, 610 Louis Drive, Warmister
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.
Sponsor: Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition

Planned Parenthood, 8 S. Wayne Street, West Chester
When: This protest will be held from 9-11 a.m.

Planned Parenthood Protests Today

Archbishop Chaput Planned Parenthood

Archbishop Chaput Planned Parenthood
Archbishop Charles Chaput

Archbishop Charles Chaput’s hard-hitting column concerning the monstrosities occurring at Planned Parenthood — which have been given a wink and a nod by our “elites” —  deserves greater play.

The column makes a searing rebuttal to Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich who, on Aug. 3, condemned Planned Parenthood but basically said what they were doing was no different than being against open borders and gun control.

Archbishop Chaput’s column, written Aug. 10, can be found at this link or read below.

Here’s a simple exercise in basic reasoning. On a spectrum of bad things to do, theft is bad, assault is worse and murder is worst. There’s a similar texture of ill will connecting all three crimes, but only a very confused conscience would equate thieving and homicide. Both are serious matters. But there is no equivalence. The deliberate killing of innocent life is a uniquely wicked act. No amount of contextualizing or deflecting our attention to other issues can obscure that.

This is precisely why Cardinal John O’Connor, Bishop James McHugh and others pressed so hard for the passage of the U.S. bishops’ 1998 pastoral letter, Living the Gospel of Life. As Cardinal Joseph Bernardin once wisely noted, Catholic social teaching is a seamless garment of respect for human life, from conception to natural death. It makes no sense to champion the cause of unborn children if we ignore their basic needs once they’re born. Thus it’s no surprise that – year in and year out – nearly all Catholic dioceses in the United States, including Philadelphia, devote far more time, personnel and material resources to providing social services to the poor and education to young people than to opposing abortion.

But of course, children need to survive the womb before they can have needs like food, shelter, immigration counseling and good health care. Humanity’s priority right – the one that undergirds all other rights – is the right to life. As the American bishops wrote in 1998:

“Opposition to abortion and euthanasia does not excuse indifference to those who suffer from poverty, violence and injustice. Any politics of human life must work to resist the violence of war and the scandal of capital punishment. Any politics of human dignity must seriously address issues of racism, poverty, hunger, employment, education, housing, and health care . . . But being ‘right’ in such matters can never excuse a wrong choice regarding direct attacks on innocent human life. Indeed, the failure to protect and defend life in its most vulnerable stages renders suspect any claims to the ‘rightness’ of positions in other matters affecting the poorest and least powerful of the human community. If we understand the human person as the ‘temple of the Holy Spirit’ — the living house of God — then these latter issues fall logically into place as the crossbeams and walls of that house. All direct attacks on innocent human life, such as abortion and euthanasia, strike at the house’s foundation. These directly and immediately violate the human person’s most fundamental right — the right to life. Neglect of these issues is the equivalent of building our house on sand. Such attacks cannot help but lull the social conscience in ways ultimately destructive of other human rights” (22).

A case is sometimes made that abortion is mainly a cultural and moral issue, and politics is a poor solution to the problem. The curious thing is that some of the same voices that argue against political action on the abortion issue seem quite comfortable urging vigorous political engagement on issues like health care, homelessness and the environment. In practice, politics is the application of moral conviction to public discourse and the process of lawmaking. Law not only constrains and defends; it also teaches and forms. Law not only reflects culture; it shapes and reshapes it. That’s why Christians can’t avoid political engagement. Politics is never the main content of Christian faith. It can never provide perfect solutions. But no Christian can avoid the duty to work for more justice and charity in our life as a nation, a task that inescapably involves politics. Thus the recent Senate vote to defund Planned Parenthood was not only right and timely, but necessary. And the failure of that measure involves a public failure of character by every Catholic senator who voted against it.

Memory is important: Two years ago Kermit Gosnell was stripped of his medical license and convicted of murdering three infants born alive from abortion procedures. He operated a Philadelphia abortion center that more closely resembled a butcher shop than a medical clinic. His clinic environment was uglier than the pleasant restaurants and offices captured on recent Center for Medical Progress (CMP) undercover videos. Those videos show a face of Planned Parenthood – senior staffers chatting blithely about the dismemberment and sale of fetal body parts – that can only be called repugnant. But it’s not surprising: If aborted children are simply lumps of potentially useful (and profitable) tissue, what’s the problem?

Again, memory is important: Thirty years ago “pro-choice” groups tried a strategy of using the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act to shut down certain forms of prolife witness. The strategy ultimately failed but – maybe it’s God’s sense of irony — the word “racket” very quickly comes to mind in watching Planned Parenthood staff on the CMP videos.

I’ll close with a word of thanks to Ruben Navarette, Jr. Navarette is a veteran “pro-choice” voice, but his August 10 column at the Daily Beast is worth reading and sharing for its honest revulsion at the whole, ugly, system-wide barbarism of Planned Parenthood’s fetal trafficking. And his column’s best lines come in quoting his prolife wife:

“Those are babies that are being killed. Millions of them. And you need to use your voice to protect them. That’s what a man does. He protects children – his own children, and other children. That’s what it means to be a man.”

Amen.

Archbishop Chaput Planned Parenthood

Bob Casey Supports Planned Parenthood

Bob Casey Supports Planned Parenthood
Sen. Bob Casey supports Planned Parenthood

The U.S. Senate, yesterday, Aug. 3, voted 53-46 to defund Planned Parenthood which unfortunately was short of the 60 required for the legislation to pass.

Planned Parenthood is the racist organization founded by a racist that has recently been caught selling the body parts of aborted babies for profit.

Among the senators who think this vile group should continue collected $500 million annually in tax dollars is Pennsylvania’s own “pro life” Little Bobby Casey.

He shames his father.

The only Republican who voted to keep shoveling the bucks at these monsters was Mark Kirk of Illinois.

Bob Casey Supports Planned Parenthood

 

Planned Parenthood Loses Coke, Ford, Xerox

Xerox, Ford, and Coca-Cola have asked that Planned Parenthood remove  them from a list of corporate donors the demonic, historically racist organization had been using. Planned Parenthood Loses Coke, Ford, Xerox

The three companies said they have never contributed to the group and do not match employee gifts to it.

The original list of donors  can be found here.  It received publicity after it was revealed Planned Parenthood was harvesting body parts for sale from the humans it was aborting

What is especially disturbing is the contributions from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. As government-sponsored enterprises one would think they would not be making contributions to any group much less one with Planned Parenthood’s history.

Of course, Planned Parenthood gets about a half-billion in tax subsidies anyway.

The money should not just be cut off.  The group should be treated as a criminal organization.

Planned Parenthood Loses Coke, Ford, Xerox

Gov Christie Would Defund Planned Parenthood

Gov Christie Would Defund Planned Parenthood — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie eliminates all funding for family planning services in  the budget he unveiled Tuesday. The vast majority of the money goes to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider.

The state allocated $7.6 million to the budget line last year.

New Jersey, like most states in the current Dempression, is experiencing massive budget shortfalls. Even if it wasn’t, though, there is not a legitimate reason why a cent of tax money should go to an abortion provider.

Good for Gov. Christie.

Gov Christie Would Defund Planned Parenthood

 

So What Does Harrisburg Know About Sex?

So What Does Harrisburg Know About Sex? — KYW1060.com, yesterday, reported that state lawmakers were mulling mandatory sex education in public schools. While the story didn’t mention a bill number, HB 1163 was the only one found in a search for “sex education” at the website for the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

Granted we might think our elected officials are experts on the matter of sex due to their amazing skill at finding imaginative ways of, well, giving it to us taxpayers, but one is puzzled at why they think it best to place a new mandate on public schools.

Oh yeah, I forgot, silly me. They are good at finding imaginative ways etc.

Still with this one you would think that they would have figured  that we, their masters, had caught on to this game. Sex education is sold as a means of curtailing unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease, yet in  just about every place where it has been instituted those problems increase.

And with revelations of Alfred Kinsey’s motives and the rise of social conservatism which led to success being found in doing the opposite of what Kinsey crowd advocated — even the stupid bill itself recognizes that there have been state and national declines in teenage pregnancy and STDs — it is mind-boggling that this is even being talked about.

So What Does Harrisburg Know About Sex?