Love and sacrifice make life possible. Throughout human history, life has been rescued, elevated and celebrated by acts of inexplicable courage and compassion. It is this continuing cycle of our humanity that extols others above ourselves. This is what defines the prolife movement. It is rooted in the foundational belief that human dignity isn’t for the privileged and the planned, but for all.
Adoption unleashes purpose. My life and millions of others like me reveal this undeniable truth. One woman’s selfless choice made my life possible. One couple’s sacrifice made my possibilities come to life.
NBC’s Rock Center with Brian Williams produced an incredible and moving news feature, “State of Shame”, on the horrific and racist eugenics practice of forced sterilizations. The story centered on a central figure in the MAAFA21 documentary, Elaine Riddick, a black woman who was forcibly sterilized after being raped at age 13.
Advertising is a deliberate act. No company floats a message into public places without a strategy. Alcohol and tobacco industries, for years, have specifically targeted certain demographics far more heavily than others. Black neighborhoods, in cities throughout the country, have historically been more heavily exposed to (often sexualized) alcohol and cigarette billboard ads than any other racial demographics. Researchers and esteemed medical journals found that twice as many of these ads appear in black communities, raising deep concerns about their negative impact.
History has a way of illuminating basic truths. To a certain degree, we can look at documented events and understand how we’ve arrived at our present. This is why history, for many political pundits, must be controlled and revised. There’s a potency in that, often, easily discoverable truth, that unmasks liberals and exposes a past they so desperately want to hide. What better way to keep people in captivity than to convince them to stay on the plantation?
Recently, CNN’s Roland Martin berated Herman Cain for denying the GOP’s “horrible history with blacks”. Inaccurately labeled a “Political Analyst” (because analysis requires an examination of facts), his role would be more appropriately dubbed “Political Agitator." Martin, in typical media establishment style, unloads a pile of revisionist history that would make Michael Moore proud.
The news hit me in the gut. I couldn’t believe I was seeing those few numbers, communicating his passing, beneath his photo: 1955-2011. Steve Jobs has, literally, changed the world. I’m typing this on my Mac, will check my emails and Twitter status on my iPad, and will stay in touch with everyone I love through my iPhone.
We hear it all the time: “You are what you eat.” Many of us resent the saying, but it’s true. In the case of Planned Parenthood and liberal feminism, “you are what you bleat.” Decades of bemoaning the suppression of women’s “equality” have distilled the liberal feminist movement into one simple word: death.
The Washington Post, as most mainstream media outlets, suffers from a common ailment among journalists: cluelessness. Eugenically speaking, they did Margaret Sanger proud.