Entries Tagged ‘BigGovernment.com’

House committee to grill Sebelius on Planned Parenthood; will ask DOJ to investigate if she “refuses to answer” or “lies”

Pro-life Congressman Cliff Stearns (R-FL) wrote in an op ed at BigGovernment.com over the weekend: While working to defund this organization, as Chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, I also plan to hold a hearing with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, testifying on why taxpayers should […]

Stanek Sunday funnies 2-13-11

Here were my top picks for the week, beginning with an example of how liberals try to pigeonhole attempts to defund abortion and the abortion industry as simply moral intrusion, by Paul Szep at GoComics.com… But in reality, being pro-life is good fiscal policy, a point pro-lifers must keep making. Here’s what I mean, by […]

As Planned Pimphood struggles to squelch sex trafficking scandal, Lila promises more to come

UPDATE, 6:52p: Dr. Michael New has a good piece on this up at NRO, “The Long-Term Implications of the Shocking Planned Parenthood Video.” UPDATE, 6:43p: Live Action is reporting on Twitter: Live Action YouTube Channel: #1 Most Viewed Non-Profit Channel Today 6:25p: 36 hours have passed since Lila Rose and Live Action released a videotape […]

Breaking, Video: Planned Parenthood caught aiding and abetting underage sex trafficking

UPDATE, 7:30a: Lila’s piece, dual-posted at BigGovernment.com and BigJournalism.com. 7a: The Associated Press reported last week that after several Planned Parenthoods around the country realized they had been stung again by Lila Rose and LiveAction.org sometime between January 11-15, CEO Cecile Richards tried to mitigate pending damage by belatedly reporting the sex trafficking poser to […]

Sunday funnies 10-17-10

My top 5 favorite political cartoons for the week… by Chip Bok at Townhall.com…

Pro-life stalwart Star Parker running for Congress

by moderator Carder Star Parker, the post-abortive former welfare mother-turned-activist, has made the decision to run for CA’s 37th congressional district. In her April 12

Coakley: Devout Catholics, pro-lifers “probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room”

A new Boston Herald reported the shocking irony were Brown to win: But if Brown’s momentum holds, he is poised to succeed the late Sen. Edward Kennedy – and to halt health-care reform, the issue the late senator dubbed “the cause of my life. From the

Stanek blogging at BigGovernment.com re: Obama, SEIU, and ACORN

I’m honored Andrew Breitbart has invited me to join the blogging team at the featured story.

  

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