There are many reasons to keep the nation’s largest abortion chain out of the business of miseducating our children. Here are ten really good ones:
Ahhhh, the Huffington Post—all the fake news that’s fit to print.
Hollywood doesn’t hide its religion of liberalism. Compelling dramas are often marred by overt attempts to preach politics instead of delivering meaningful storylines that resonate.
Most Americans should know by now that NPR stands for National Prochoice Radio. They rarely ever try to appear objective on abortion. This week, I was given the opportunity to debate the president of Planned Parenthood Maryland (PPM) on NPR affiliate WAMU on The Kojo Nnamdi Show.
Courage. It’s a rare thing these days. Hollywood confuses it with monolithic thinking and award show monologues cheered on by automatons from the Land of Make Believe. They think they’re being courageous by churning out more violence and whatever-sexuality in shows and movies masquerading as “entertainment”. What’s courageous about poisoning society?
#PinkOut: Planned Parenthood Gets $553 Million of Your Tax Dollars as It Kills 324,000 Babies in Abortion
Nothing says serious healthcare like a selfie-driven, news-distorting, #PinkOut day. Planned Parenthood, riding high on its massive, taxpayer-funded marketing campaigns of misinformation, is celebrating its political power on social media today. Pro-abortion Dems have sworn their allegiance to the abortion giant, promising to stand up for Planned Parenthood, no matter what. The Democrat Party’s national platform specifically makes that declaration. Apparently, Medicaid-defrauding Planned Parenthood is one form of corrupt capitalism that liberals love to celebrate.
We don’t need a reminder from faux feminists on the incredible value of women. None of us would be here without one. Motherhood made us all possible, including those who celebrate abortion.
Skin color doesn’t confer upon anyone omniscience or exemption from criticism. So, I’m an equal opportunity scrutinizer, especially when it comes to some of our civil rights icons. I can appreciate and celebrate their courage and some of their amazing accomplishments while still criticizing their words or actions steeped in contradiction.