If Planned Parenthood were a patient (at least one they haven’t aborted), it could be diagnosed with one of many behavioral disorders. But the primary diagnosis would be…mythomania. This psychological disorder is marked by an “excessive or abnormal propensity for lying and exaggerating.”
The Washington Post’s Caitlin Gibson presented a glowing depiction of the leader of the nation’s leading abortion business, Cecile Richards, without providing context or accuracy. In the opinion piece “The abortion rights movement is bolder than it’s been in years. That’s Cecile Richards’ plan”, we see how easily one could mistake a news article for free ad space for Planned Parenthood.
The Olympics are a time for the world to see the beauty of possibility. Seemingly impossible feats are achieved by many whose struggle to get to this coveted competition inspires people across the globe.
If Black Lives Matter, Protest Planned Parenthood. It Kills More Blacks in One Day Than Police Do in a Year
I can’t breathe.
Maybe it’s the robes that give five people the misimpression that they’re magicians. Who needs the Constitution when a handful of supremely powerful justices can magically create their own laws, conjuring up legislation in the guise of a judgment. In Whole Woman’s Health versus Hellerstedt, Justice Breyer invokes the word “Constitution” 103 times in the majority opinion yet ignores the founding document in this ruling that protects Gosnells around the country.
I’m used to Planned Parenthood saying and tweeting idiotic things. I’ve also come to expect that mainstream media will ignore the lunacy of this taxpayer-funded activist group. Before I get to the sheer stupidity of a billion-dollar abortion chain’s tweet, let’s take a look at what led to the outrageous statement.
College campuses tend to reflect foreign nations with limited speech rights instead of the land of the free and home of the brave. The exchange of ideas has so many caveats and unspoken disclaimers that it’s easy to forget in a University that there’s a First Amendment.
It was a powerfully quiet moment for me as I stood, alone, on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. The struggle for human dignity and the depravity that tried to suppress it happened right beneath my feet.
Black lives matter. Or so we’re told. The left gets enraged when you put their rhetoric into context. Nationwide, #BlackLivesMatter leaders decry the tragic deaths of unarmed black lives at the hands of what is sometimes accurately called police brutality.