Elizabeth Warren, like Hillary before her, lies. Not about where she got her name or taking sniper fire but about being a minority and getting fired from a teaching job for being pregnant. The second and most recent story to draw attention is also a complete fabrication.
A recent New York Times article does not paint a pretty picture of Planned Parenthood (PP). No, not baby parts, babies and their pregnant mothers. Employees report mistreatment from day-to-day consideration to promotions and demotions related to pregnancy. Women also said they were afraid to tell supervisors they were pregnant for fear of mistreatment. And …
In today’s NIFLA v. Becerra decision, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that pro-life pregnancy care centers may not be compelled by a state to advertise for abortion. The margin: one vote. Apparently, abortion providers in California are so hard up for business that they thought they ought be able to drag pro-lifers into helping out …
Would you stand up in a public hearing and defend an organization that aids and abets illegal activity, sexual abuse, statutory rape and sex trafficking? What kind of people would? How about democrats, union members, and greedy corporate stooges on the take? (oh, my!)
Planned Parenthood is guilty at the very least for failing to ingrain in their corporate, medical and professional culture the need to protect and defend the lives and bodies of these young girls, these children, in every office, in every community they serve, before any other corporate, professional or ideological objective.
Some pictures come with stories. Today’s picture of the day has a story. But as with all stories it appears to have been embellished. So I have edited out the parts that may not be accurate. I edited them out because the picture is compelling without them, and they would only serve as a distraction.
The day after we celebrated the birth of Christ the Nashua Telegraph treated us to a report that birth rates among teens had declined. If you poked around beyond the confines of the Telegraph piece you would discover that New Hampshire was one of the states leading the way. And there were some very amusing thoughts on the decline, but no one even suggested an increase in chemical or surgical abortions as a cause.