I’m black. And white. I’m “biracial.” So was Frederick Douglass, the famed abolitionist.
Ok. I realize that listing only five points eliminates thousands of other really good reasons, they serve as powerful reminders. Planned Parenthood, contrary to their victimhood tweets, opted out of #TitleX funding because abortion is more important to them than their “family planning” patients. Planned Parenthood President, Alexis McGill Johnson, confirmed with CBS (prior to the defunding) that she voted along with the organization’s board to “ensure that abortion was one of our core services that every center affiliated with Planned Parenthood would provide.”
New Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill-Johnson Says Pro-Lifers are Racist, But Aborting Black Babies is OK
I saw it coming from the first interview on her first day. Dr. Leana Wen was robotic. She didn’t have the poise of her Planned Parenthood predecessor, Cecile Richards. Both enjoyed hostility-free media interviews, of course, but Richards had some charisma. Wen had none. Richards could lie with such finesse. Wen wasn’t believable.
Do you ever feel that real life is just too surreal to be true? Racists are now the ones who believe that we’re all created equal and that #blacklivesmatter in and out of the womb.
Reparations. Like every other issue for the Socialist—whoops—Democrat Party, it’s one steeped in massive pandering, misinformation, class warfare, racism, and lunacy.
Dear Rob Schenck,
Iowa. Kentucky. Mississippi. Ohio. Georgia. Alabama. What do these states have in common? Courage and compassion. They’ve passed Heartbeat bills (Missouri and Louisiana are on their way), banning the brutal act of abortion once a heartbeat can be detected in unborn children.
Liberal activists just hate it when people can speak freely. Those who incessantly accuse others of “hate speech” are, themselves, haters of speech. So-called social justice warriors can’t handle it when people have a different and well-informed opinion. So, if you can’t (intellectually) beat ‘em, smoke ‘em out.
Christians are called to be strong and courageous. But that’s not what many Christian students are being taught on too many Christian college campuses today. Too often, they’re taught to fear and to hide behind a false pretense of grace while extending none.