Entries Tagged ‘liberals’

Hey, Progressives! We’re supposed to like abortion!

by Carder Progressives have apologized for being right. But we donít have to. Abortion saves lives, improves lives, and makes for a stronger society. The facts are decisively on our side. Most profoundly, Pollittís book is a call for us all to reclaim and speak out about the truths we know. Personally, I like abortion. […]

GOP’s pro-life weapon is liberals’ biggest target for 2016

Liberals are smart. They target our greatest weapons. But too many Republicans see our greatest weapons as our greatest weaknesses. Our pro-life stance is one of our greatest weapons, but the moderates in our party discourage us from knowing how to effectively use our great artillery. The moderates say we need to stay away from […]

Liberals fear changing filibuster rules would hurt abortion “rights”

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As Democrats consider whether to use the so-called nuclear option to rewrite the Senateís filibuster rules, one issue in particular has some liberals worried: abortion.

Changing the rules to make it easier to confirm President Barack Obamaís executive branch or judicial appointments may help the White House in the short term…. But privately, that base and abortion rights supporters are concerned how a future GOP president and Senate could take advantage of the new setup.

Actor Nick Searcy not exactly a fan of Gosnell… or libs

The only issue libs have with #Gosnell is that he was”messy.” Otherwise, a very prolific and effective choicer! ~ Actor Nick Searcy slamming pro-choicers on Twitter, via Twitchy, April 14 [HT: The Other McCain]

Stanek weekend question: Your thoughts on the “right to privacy”?

imageI’m no constitutional scholar, but I’m told the “right to privacy” was invented to provide a foundation for the “right to abortion.”

But privacy appears to be a “right” only when convenient for liberals.

While the Left calls Bradley Manning a “hero” for releasing classified military information, and likewise calls Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, “a flawed-hero figure fearlessly committed to the freedom of information” – “flawed” only because two women with “questionable motivations” have accused him of rape, the Left draws the line when the right to abortion privacy is breached.

How not to get pregnant in combat

We know that liberals always use the military as a social laboratory…. And women in combat is social experimentation. It’s where you try out new things that go against the norms…. Late yesterday afternoon…† CNN’s… Don Lemon… said… “Men and women are different, we know that. How should the military handle pregnancy, for example, for […]

Pro-life summit: Where are we?

As I indicated yesterday, I attended a summit meeting of pro-life activists and apologists in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday and Tuesday, spearheaded by Mark Harrington of Created Equal.

The summit was to assess where the movement is at in light of the reelection of Barack Obama, also bearing in mind the fact we’re nearing the 40 year mark of legalized abortion in the U.S.

Heads of various groups from around the country and Canada gave their analyses, many via Skype, and also provided a snapshot of their plans for 2013.

I was looking forward to this summit, because in my opinion the paradigm shifted with the reelection of Barack Obama, and I was fumbling with how as a pro-lifer to respond.

Intel: Liberals plan anti-Mormon lit drop at mega-churches weekend before election

I was on a conference call yesterday regarding intelligence gathered from a highly placed source that liberal Obama surrogates are planning to target Evangelical mega-church parking lots with bigoted anti-Mormon flyers the final weekend before the election in key battleground states like Ohio, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

Mega-church pastors are being notified to have parking lot attendants be on the lookout for such a lit drop. But please forward this post to all pastors of both Protestant and Catholic churches, particularly in battleground states.

It may surprise you to learn that most of anti-Mormonism is on the LEFT, not the Right. From The American Spectator, April 18:


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