February 2, 2009 1 Comment
December 5, 2008 3 Comments
This really gets me upset. I should not be surprised but I am. People like this should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Facilitating the murder of unborn babies is beyond reproach. Watch the video and judge for your self.
Before you accuse me of the N=1 logical fallacy, I know that the actions of one person don’t mean that everyone does this type of thing. But, there are simply too many reports of this type of behavior from Planned Parenthood employees to think that they are not taught this type of thing. If Planned Parenthood truly wanted these things to end in their organization they would take real steps to see that it is done.
Agree or disagree?
Source: Washington Times
November 19, 2008 4 Comments
A last-minute Bush administration plan to grant sweeping new protections to health care providers who oppose abortion and other procedures on religious or moral grounds has provoked a torrent of objections, including a strenuous protest from the government agency that enforces job-discrimination laws.
The proposed rule would prohibit recipients of federal money from discriminating against doctors, nurses and other health care workers who refuse to perform or to assist in the performance of abortions or sterilization procedures because of their “religious beliefs or moral convictions.”
It would also prevent hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices and drugstores from requiring employees with religious or moral objections to “assist in the performance of any part of a health service program or research activity” financed by the Department of Health and Human Services. (click here to read the full International Herald Tribune article)
And this is bad how? Many of the people quoted in the article seem to say that this is an unnecessary regulation. I can remember hearing stories of pharmacists being fired for not filling prescriptions for the “morning after pill”. Click here and here to read about a couple such incidences. So, it seems that this regulation may indeed be necessary. Sadly, Obama’s aides have already said they will try to rescind the regulation. I hope they will be unsuccessful in that effort but I fear they will succeed.
You can make the argument that the pharmacists, doctors, etc. should have chosen another profession or discussed their beliefs on such issues with their employers prior to accepting the job and I would not dispute that as a valid point. At the same time, we already have many protections in our country for various religious beliefs. This regulation, on the face of it, seems to be basic commen sense. Read the article and give me your opinion.
June 12, 2008 1 Comment
8. On Planned Parenthood
WHEREAS, Scripture speaks to the sanctity of human life in the womb (Psalm 139:13-16) and God’s abhorrence of those who murder the innocent (Proverbs 6:16-17; 24:11-12), which apply directly to Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider; and
WHEREAS, Planned Parenthood is the offspring of Margaret Sanger, an early advocate of eugenics or the weeding out of “undesirable” people; and
WHEREAS, Planned Parenthood markets its warped view of human intimacy and encourages promiscuity among underage girls through its Teenwire Web site; and
WHEREAS, Planned Parenthood profits from helping underage girls abort their pregnancies without notice to their parents; and
WHEREAS, Planned Parenthood has launched a massive campaign to mobilize voters this year, planning to raise at least $10 million to recruit people to lobby legislators and vote for candidates who support the Planned Parenthood agenda of unlimited abortion, sex outside of marriage, value-free sex education in public schools, and increased taxpayer subsidies for the organization; and
WHEREAS, Planned Parenthood is already aided by huge federal subsidies, with over 300 million of our tax dollars funding the deaths of nearly 300 thousand innocent pre-born babies every year; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, June 10-11, 2008, decry the immoral actions of Planned Parenthood clinics across America; and be it further
RESOLVED, That we encourage the evaluation of candidates for elected office based on their affiliation with Planned Parenthood; and be it further
RESOLVED, That we call on both houses of the United States Congress to defund Planned Parenthood; and be it finally
RESOLVED, That we urge President George W. Bush to veto any budget requests that include funding for this merchant of family disintegration and death.
June 10, 2008 Leave a comment
“In April, the annual report for Planned Parenthood Federation of America revealed that the abortion giant had a total income of $1.02 billion—with reported profits of nearly $115 million. Taxpayers kick in more than $336 million worth of government grants and contracts at both the state and federal levels. That’s a third of Planned Parenthood’s budget. And what market-distorting results do we get for those government incentives? In 2006 alone: 289,750 abortions. Oil execs, tobacco execs, banking execs, pharmaceutical company execs and baseball players have all been hauled up before Congress for highly publicized whippings by crusading lawmakers. But the executives of Planned Parenthood have escaped government scrutiny and public accountability for their predatory behavior, dangerous medical practices, deception and deadly windfall… For whatever reason, Washington has turned a blind bipartisan eye to this bloody, government-funded business—and pro-life, limited-government conservatives in the Beltway have gone along with subsidizing it. ‘Obscene profits,’ indeed.” —Michelle Malkin
Source: The Patriot Post