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Wendy Davis greeted by “Abortion Barbie” posters ahead of Hollywood fundraiser

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From Huffington Post, this afternoon:

Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis received a hostile greeting in Los Angeles Thursday morning, when life-sized posters depicting her as “Abortion Barbie” began popping up throughout the city ahead of her fundraiser there.

New CNN poll: Most Americans don’t like or want to pay for abortion

A new CNN poll has found that more than half of Americans believe abortion should be restricted, and a majority of Americans oppose taxpayer funding of abortions. According to CNN, 27% of those surveyed said abortion should be legal in all circumstances, while 13% said the practice should be legal in most circumstances. However, 38% […]

Planned Parenthood spends $1M+ to defeat pro-life VA gov candidate

mcauliffecuccinelliPlanned Parenthood Votes reported Friday that it spent nearly $1.1 million on a new anti-[Ken] Cuccinelli ad purchase that left the [federal] SuperPAC with only $73,746 to pay its remaining bills totaling $59,919.

Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, has called Cuccinelli’s defeat her “top priority.”

Stanek Sunday funnies 3-31-13

Here are my top five favorite political cartoons this week. Vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of the post.

by Chip Bok at GoComics.com
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 by Henry Payne at Townhall.com (yes, it’s true)…

How @NAACP_Watchdogs got its Twitter back

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On January 28, in my capacity as social media manager for a coalition of national black pro-life leaders, I set up accounts on Facebook and Twitter to promote our upcoming demonstration in Los Angeles of the NAACP Image Awards on February 1.

We had a number of press releases going out that morning, and I wanted to take advantage of social media platforms to raise awareness about what I call the “Black Betrayal” – NAACP’s gross failure to put black America’s best interest first, demonstrated by its willingness to not only ignore the black genocidal agenda of Planned Parenthood but to go so far as partner with this organization that racially targets black communities with abortion.

My first Tweet was at 9:17a: “Black Leaders prepare to protest @NAACP for its #Betrayal of the black community.”

Only six tweets and less than two hours later we got our first suspension, after I hit “reply” to a tweet sent out by @NAACPIMAGEAWARD promoting their show, wherein I linked to our press release and the hashtag #BlackBetrayal.

Election Eve: Obama stadium half-empty; deputy manager, “Don’t panic”

Via Breitbart.com, November 5:

Nightmare future: Top Ten worst rulings by an Obama-stacked Supreme Court

Curt Levey of the Committee for Justice published a truly frightening post at Breitbart.com on November 3, “Obama Supreme Court is the stuff of nightmares.” Levey is an attorney and an expert on the U.S. Supreme Court.

While attention has been given to the consequences of an Obama re-election to the Supreme Court, Levey lays out the actual future, and it would be devastating. The America we are trying to hold on to would be gone.

Levey spells it out:

College student to Sarah Palin: You changed my life

You changed my life… I was in my teens and I got pregnant and I was not going to keep the baby. I had nothing going for me, and then I saw you and how you handled Bristol and how you handled your Trig. It just made me realize it was going to be okay. […]

  

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