Browsing All posts tagged under »Planned Parenthood«

Abortions Are Not Just For Women, Preaches HuffPost

June 7, 2019 by

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By Corinne Weaver ~ The pro-abortion movement is apparently not woke enough for the liberal media and LGBTQ community. In a June 6 HuffPost piece, two transgender individuals expressed their frustration with Planned Parenthood’s inability to gender them correctly. Not only does the current pro-abortion system misgender members of the LGBTQ community, but it is […]

Missouri Could Become The First State Without An Abortion Clinic

May 31, 2019 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ Attorneys for the state of Missouri and Planned Parenthood met in court Thursday in a battle over whether or not Planned Parenthood’s only remaining abortion clinic in the state would be able to remain open. The license for Planned Parenthood’s last Missouri abortion clinic expires Friday, and in a press […]

The Party That Extremism Built

May 21, 2019 by

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Plus 2 more articles: Dems Say Adios to Mexico City Immigrating, Family-Style ~   Tony Perkins   ~    When Democrats ask for their jobs back next year, there should be two dates on voter’s mind: February 25 and May 17. One should have been an unremarkable Monday. That all changed when 44 men and women marched […]

Evangelical Support for Trump Is Pragmatism, Not Blind Worship

May 2, 2019 by

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The president isn’t an exemplary man, but he fights for Christians’ religious liberty. ~ Louis DeBroux  ~    In the final weeks prior to the 2016 elections, Democrats and their mainstream media mouthpieces were giddy at the predicted landslide election by Democrat Hillary Clinton over Republican Donald Trump. Yet a constant source of irritation for […]

The Politics of Abortion

February 10, 2019 by

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Burt Prelutsky   ~     A great many black Americans have accused the government of committing genocide against them. They have blamed the cops of gunning for them and the feds for conspiring to distribute cocaine in their communities. They have chosen to blame unemployment on others rather than on themselves for dropping out of school. […]

The Top 5 Nutty New California Laws

January 30, 2019 by

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By Jarrett Stepman ~ Americans should be thankful for federalism. Not only does this aspect of our Constitution allow states and localities to find the right mix of laws and policies that fit their needs, but it is often an essential barrier to the nuttiness of their neighbors. On that front, California is Exhibit A. […]

Churchill and Carlson

December 26, 2018 by

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By  Burt Prelutsky   ~     I’ve had Elizabeth Warren on my mind lately because she is said to be questioning her chances of garnering her party’s presidential nomination in 2020 because of the controversy over her ludicrous claim to be a Cherokee. She feels it has wrecked her chances of obtaining the support of minorities. […]