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Friday, November 17, 2006

Townhall.com::Like it or not, public schools define American culture::By Phyllis Schlafly

"Using activist judges to shore up their monopoly power, the schools persuaded the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rule last year that a public school can teach students 'whatever information it wishes to provide, sexual or otherwise,' and that parents' right to control the upbringing of their children 'does not extend beyond the threshold of the school door.'" To read more of this eye-opening article visit:
Townhall.com::Like it or not, public schools define American culture::By Phyllis Schlafly:

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

cbs4.com - Dead Baby Found In Abortion Clinic, Clinic Closed

Readers, ask yourselves why stories like this never make the national news. I found this on the Arizona Right to Life Web site. The story is from July 29, 2006.

"Police say the woman arrived the next day after the procedure complaining of severe pain. Workers at the clinic explained to her that the doctor was not available and she'd have to wait.

The woman was taken into a recovery room and according to witnessess, gave birth in the clinic.

''Employees cut the umbilical cord, put the baby in a bag and walked away with it,' Hialeah Lt. Ralph Gracia said." to read more visit cbs4.com - Dead Baby Found In Abortion Clinic, Clinic Closed:

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Voting Machines Fail: Pennsylvania Republican Party :: News Item

Problems with computerived voting...
Pennsylvania Republican Party :: News Item
When our forefathers voted by paper ballot...at least their votes counted. Through fraud, mechanical error, or voters not understanding how to use the machines, how many votes willnot count?

Allyson Schwartz and Abortion : Philadelphia Daily News | 11/07/2006 | A STUNNING CALL

Why is it abortion promoters believe they should not be confronted with the damage their actions cause women?
Philadelphia Daily News | 11/07/2006 | A STUNNING CALL

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Townhall.com::Place your bets on the grown-ups::By Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher writes about the election: "But at the end of the day, I’ll put the prominent Republican leaders up against the Democrats of 2006 any time. And we’ll all be able to agree that there is a world of difference between the two.

Just consider the people who help to make up the heart and soul of the Democratic Party: Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, Michael Moore, Keith Olbermann, Alcee Hastings, Marion Berry, Rosie O’Donnell, Barbara Boxer, and Barbra Streisand.

Compare that list to some of the more notable Republicans: George W. Bush, Denny Hastert, Bill Frist, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Sean Hannity, Rudy Guiliani, George Allen, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Dick Cheney, John Cornyn, and just about every country music singer in America." To read the entire article visit:
Townhall.com::Place your bets on the grown-ups::By Mike Gallagher:

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Chris Carney Campaign Contributions.

Chris Carney is running in Pennsylvania's 10th Congressional District against Don Sherwood, a Congressman who has an 100% pro-life rating according to the National Right to Life PAC.

While Chris Carney’s political ads describe him as a man with "family values", Carney’s Federal Election Commission Report paints a different picture. Carney has taken contributions from a set of Congressmen who share a radical, left wing, pro-abortion set of values.
Loretta Sanchez, a member of the pro-abortion caucus in Congress, gave Carney a $1,000.00 contribution on 9/28/06.

The National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) is one of the groups responsible for promoting the legalization of abortion. NARAL still influences legislators today and has made contributions to Allyson Schwartz for Congress, Nancy Pelosi and Doris Matsui in 2005. Allyson Schwartz made a $2,000.00 contribution to Carney on 5/22/06, Nancy Pelosi contributed $2,000.00 to the Carney Campaign on 9/11/06 and Ms. Matsui gave him $1,000.00 on 9/07/06.

The National Organization for Women is another abortion-promoting organization that has endorsed a number of candidates for Congress including Mike Honda, Zoe Lofgren, Lois Capps, Lucille Roybal-Allard and Loretta Sanchez. (Lofgren, Capps, and Roybal-Allard are so radical they voted FOR the cloning of human embryos on Feb. 27, 2003. (NRLC News March 2003)

What do these people have to do with Chris Carney? All these pro-abortion candidates or Congressmen have contributed to Chris Carney’s campaign. Honda gave Carney $500.00 on 8/7/06, while Lofgren gave him $1,000.00 on 9/13/06. Lois Capps gave Chris Carney $1,000.00 on 8/09/06, and Roybal-Allard gave him $1,000.00 on 9/23/06. The Sanchez contribution to the Carney campaign was mentioned earlier.

So why are these radical pro-abortion candidates and Congressmen giving to Chris Carney’s campaign? Because Carney shares their radical, pro-abortion views.
Sue Cirba, Scranton, author of Pro-Life PA by Sue Cirba

Note: All figures for contributions to the Carney campaign are from the Federal Election Report FEC Disclosure Report Search Results Carney for Congress Committee ID number C00414391.
The fact that NARAL has made contributions to Schwartz, Pelosi and Matsui was found on a website devoted to Associated Press Election Coverage 2006 PAC listings.
The NOW endorsements came from the 2006 NOW PAC’s Voting guide is found at www.nowpacs.org/2006/federal.html

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

People in a Persistent Vegetative State Awakened by a Sleeping Pill - Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Reborn

The October issue of National Right to Life News focused on an article in the Guardian about people in a persistent vegetative state "Awakened by a Sleeping Pill". "We have always been told there is no recovery from persistent vegetative state - doctors can only make a sufferer's last days as painless as possible. But is that really the truth? Across three continents, severely brain-damaged patients are awake and talking after taking ... a sleeping pill. And no one is more baffled than the GP who made the breakthrough. Steve Boggan witnesses these 'strange and wonderful' rebirths "To learn more visit: Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Reborn:(www.guardian.co.uk./medicine/story/0,,1870279,00.html)