America’s political Left and Right can at last find common ground on at least one subject: Planned Parenthood.
Thanks to some gritty investigative undercover reporting by a variety of groups, we have learned much about the organization spawned by Margaret Sanger. Here’s what we now know, the common ground, so to speak, upon which the two sides can agree:Read More
Pornographers view humanity threw a skewed prism. All are objects, whether it is their clientele who consume their product, or their casts who perform before the camera, only to be discarded when Father Time renders their bodies as undesirable.
But what about the political left? Are they any better? After all they, view the object in the womb as an object from the moment of conception until birth, an object to be discarded at the whim of the mother for any reason at all.
At least you can understand the pornographer’s motive: it’s all about the money.
There’s no doubt that abortion is big business, too. But that’s not the driving motive for the rank and file leftist. They are unable or unwilling to see the humanity of the baby in the womb.Read More
By Tom Quiner World Down Syndrome Day honors those with an unusual 21st chromosome, and who seem to overcome their disability with an amazing capacity to love. Sadly, some 95% are aborted. Pray for an end to the holocaust.Read More
The operating principle, according to the USA editorial board, is that imperfection is an especially good reason to end a human life, that human life is disposable if he or she is unwanted because of physical flaws.
The Democratic Party supports the principle. Texas Democratic candidate for Governor, Wendy Davis, is leading the charge in the Lone Star state to keep the genocidal practice of late term abortion alive.
Genocidal? Yes, genocidal…Read More
An entire group of human beings are on the verge of extinction. I’m talking Down Syndrome babies. Nine out of ten parents with a prenatal Downs diagnosis choose to abort their child.
Today is World Downs Syndrome Day. We honor our brothers and sisters, our nephews and nieces who are unique since their bodies possess an extra chromosome.
I am sympathetic to the challenges of raising a Downs child, having watched my nephew grow up …