Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Senate Refused To Take the Funding from Planned Parenthood

WASHINGTON, D.C., In a 44-56 vote, the U.S. Senate has voted against a budget bill crafted by House Republicans that would have eliminated federal funding of Planned Parenthood.

The Democrat-led Senate also failed to pass its own budget bill, which contained much fewer spending cuts and maintained the abortion giant’s funding.

The vote marks the first stage of what promises to be a drawn-out battle between two opposite visions for the 2011 fiscal year, as well as between pro-life and pro-abortion forces fiercely gunning for or against the amendment de-funding Planned Parenthood.

President Obama has promised to veto the House version as it stands.

Be sure to check out the story below also.

Woman charged with Performing her own Late Term Abortion...But That isn't What they are Calling It!

Read the article below and tell me how this is any different than a late term abortion in which the baby is delivered feet first and then while the head is still inside, scissors are stuck into the back of the head cutting the spinal chord to the base of the brain so that the baby can "officially" be declared "aborted" prior to birth. Do a few seconds or minutes really mean the difference between a medical service and murder? And does decapitation by a doctor warrant medical service awards by so-called women's rights groups, but if done by the mother its called murder? And what about those babies born alive, but left in a bucket to die? Does this mean if the baby dies in a bucket in a doctor's office that it is acceptable, but if it dies in a bucket under a woman's sink that it is than murder. Does this mean that the only difference between this story and the stories of thousands of babies who die as a result of late term abortion, is that the woman being charged didn't have a medical license. If a female abortion provider kills her own baby, will she be charged with murder? Hmmm? Something to think about!

Editor's Note: Warning, the contents of this story are graphic

CENTRALIA, Wash. -- A 25-year-old mother has been arrested for allegedly killing her newborn son soon after he was born.

Laura L. Hickey is facing a charge of murder, Lewis County prosecutors said.

The investigation began just before 1 a.m. on March 2 when paramedics were called to Hickey's Centralia home after neighbors heard Hickey call for help, police said.

Hickey was taken to Centralia Providence Hospital where she reported to doctors that she was having a miscarriage, but doctors later determined Hickey had given birth, investigators said.

Police say when Hickey was questioned by hospital staff, she admitted she gave birth and that the child was under the sink in her kitchen.

Medics rushed back to the home and found the body of a baby boy in a container under the sink.

An autopsy later concluded the boy was alive at birth, but had later been decapitated.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

ABC to Pilot "Good Christian Bitches" TV Show

The American Family Association is taking exception to a pilot for a new series on ABC.

The pilot, called "Good Christian B*tches," is based on a novel by the same name and centers on life of a "reformed" woman who returns to her hometown where she become the target of malicious gossip from women in the Christian community. Media reports say both religious and women's groups are "up in arms" over the show's title.

One of those groups is the American Family Association. The very title of the show displays bigotry and a lack of sensitivity, says AFA president Tim Wildmon.

"ABC Television Network has announced plans to produce a show called 'Good Christian [blank]' -- and it's a word that rhymes with 'witches', which I can't say," notes the pro-family leader. "And isn't it ironic that we have...a program on ABC Television [that] you can't even say the title of without offending people."

It is time, says Wildmon, for Christians to fight back. "This program would never be even considered by ABC if it were [called] 'Good Muslim blank' or 'Good Jewish blank' -- so it again proves the point that it's open season on Christians," he laments. "Any other group is protected, but Christians are not. Christians are, in fact, a target for Hollywood."

The American Family Association is encouraging people to call their local ABC affiliates and "strongly urge them not to broadcast this toxic waste."

AFA also warns that, if necessary, it will also promote a boycott of the show's advertisers. The pro-family group argues that the show title alone is extremely offensive to the millions of people around the country who hold dear their Christian faith.

Pro-Choice Terrorist Arrested

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 3, 2011 ( – New information has come to light that Theodore Shulman, a self-described “pro-choice terrorist” who was arrested last week by federal agents in a possible connection to death threats against pro-life leaders, has four siblings that were aborted by his mother, a feminist authoress and political activist.

Theodore Shulman's mother, feminist activist Alix Kates Shulman, has said that she had four deliberate abortions. AOL’s Politics Daily reports that Shulman, 49, charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a case under seal, is the son of feminist activist Alix Kates Shulman. His mother wrote the 1972 sex-novel Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen and has stated that each of her four abortions were deliberate – “not one was the result of carelessness.”

Pro-life blogger Jill Stanek says that Theodore has spoken of his aborted siblings, saying his mother aborted two unborn children before his birth, and then aborted two more afterward.

According to Politics Daily, Shulman liked to style himself as the “first pro-choice terrorist” and even had a blog called “Operation Counterstrike.” His mission statement was: “Right-to-lifism is murder, and ALL right-to-lifers are bloody-handed accessories. Swear it, believe it, proclaim it, and act on it.”

His targets included Stanek; Robert P. George, Princeton philosopher; Priests for Life founder, Fr. Frank Pavone; Bryan Kemper of Stand True Ministries; pro-life scientist Gerard Nadal, and others.

Politics Daily reports that Stanek had compiled 4,000 comments over four years that Shulman had posted on Stanek’s blog, including this one: “I’m looking forward to watching a documentary entitled ‘The Assassination of Jill Stanek.’”

Theodore Shulman, 49, has frequently harassed Operation Rescue’s Cheryl Sullenger, recently threatening in a voice mail that Sullenger should “convert” to pro-choice “during the few months you have left on this earth,” or else “you will go to hell and burn.”

Upon the death of pro-life leader Dr. Bernard Nathanson, Shulman wrote, “Unfortunately, he died in his bed. He was not killed by a pro-choice counterterrorist. Too bad, he would have been a most effective target.”

Shulman is charged with communicating interstate threats against two pro-lifers and is currently being held without bond at Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in New York City, a Federal holding facility.

Although the complaint against Shulman was filed under seal, Operation Rescue says they have been informed that the case involved two pro-life activists who are simply referred to as Victim 1 and Victim 2 in order to protect their safety.

Shulman is also the object of a Federal investigation in Wichita, Kansas, which could result in additional charges being filed against him for making serious death threats against Operation Rescue staff members.