Try this for a law:
Mothers who choose to terminate their pregnancies do not give up control of the fetal tissue. It is up to them that the termination has been handled in a legal way. I would say this law could be passed state-by-state to put a stop to the new planned Parenthood meat markets springing up at a location near you.
I like the idea.
Let's take it a step further. The facility executing the procedure, should also be required to film every procedure from multiple angles and conversations recorded. And they are subject to prison if the deviate in any shape or form in how it is currently "legal" to kill babies.
Accountability....what a concept.
 July 29, 2015 at 9:18pm
BIGGER QUESTION: Did the “mothers” give permission to sell the body parts? If so, were they told the sales were illegal? If not, did PP actually own the body parts they sold? Don’t all the women have a legal claim to the tissue and isn’t there a class-action lawsuit demanding compensation, especially to welfare mothers who were told they were better off without the burden of a child. I would guess PP should pay every donor mom about 80 percent of the proceeds they earned from the sales.
Greed vs greed is something Democrats can understand.
The mothers do not have claim to the tissue since it is labeled 'Medical Waste'. If the mother does not sign for organs to be harvested, then the whole fetus is sent to an incinerator. If the sale of the fetus tissue is illegal then the research institutes that purchased the samples would also be guilty.
"If the sale of the fetus tissue is illegal then the research institutes that purchased the samples would also be guilty"
You are right. And they are.
Does blue and yellow really make green????
Who told that to welfare mothers? The abortion fairy?
These organ sales are based on the American Red Cross BLOOD BANK model ,,, Blood is classified as an organ , it is illegal to sell or buy ,, yet hospitals buy it every day... HOW? The blood banks get the blood for free and do not charge the hospitals for the blood ,, HOWEVER the hospitals are charged 20 to 50 times the actual cost of the TESTING of the blood. Similarly PP will argue that their expertise and time/resources are what is being paid for and that the organs are actually free.
The Blood Banks twisted the laws years ago for their benefit and this is the result.
neidermeyer, there is one big difference here. No one is killed in the collection and donation of blood.
 July 29, 2015 at 7:55pm
Looks like Hank Williams, Jr was right.
July 29, 2015 at 2:19pm
Nothing wrong with coffee, so long as you skip the cream and sugar. I have liver issues and coffee is actually beneficial for liver health. Just keep it under three cups a day.
 July 28, 2015 at 12:24pm
That’s the best news the gun industry would ever want to hear. I would need to buy stock in Ruger and any company that makes Confederate flags.
 July 27, 2015 at 10:18pm
So let me get this straight? Kraut calls Cruz a hypocrite for not criticizing Trump for telling the truth. I suppose that would make sense if I was drunk.
 July 26, 2015 at 9:05pm
Not one reporter in Washington has the huevos to ask Mitch McConnell if he lied about making a deal. This is slanted journalism by selective reporting. They let these senators lie about not making a crony deal and then cover it up by focusing the light on a senator who dared to point it out. Stalin would be proud.
 July 26, 2015 at 2:37pm
Getting into a debate with Ted Cruz is like getting locked into a tiger cage to protest animal abuse. You might want to avoid getting so close next time, little lady.
 July 26, 2015 at 2:23am
…and to think the Republicans were worried if Donald Trump went independent. What if he were to fund someone even more powerful?
 July 25, 2015 at 8:05pm
Seems Trump only allowed journalists into his event. Maybe this will start a trend among Republican candidates.
 July 23, 2015 at 11:16pm
He did it right. Any damage and there’d be witnesses, police and some douche-bag attorney involved. He made his point. Pull your pants up and move on.
 July 23, 2015 at 10:23am
“The GOOD news is that you have to actively enable it if YOU wish to use it.”
The BAD news is….
 July 22, 2015 at 11:26pm
One thing is clear:
The Donald has pretty much destroyed any chances for Rick Perry, Marco Rubio and Lindsay Graham. Those three have been reduced to launching full-time attacks on Trump that look like schoolyard gossip. It simply makes them look like underfunded fools.
Not so sure about that.
But if it is as you say...
Keep up the GREAT work Donald.
Only about 13 more Republican candidates to go.
And once you 'destroy any chance' for all the other Republicans....
Because we (those of us who deal in reality) KNOW there is NO WAY you will EVER be elected president.
Thank you Donald.
Yeah, I'm a little disappointed Perry took the bait.......
"Because we (those of us who deal in reality)"
He also brought the issue of illegal alien criminals to light, and if that is all Trump accomplishes by running for President, it will have been worth it.
The one thing Trump is accomplishing is pointing out the problems that all the other candidates are scared to touch. By pointing those things out he is increasing the popularity of all the republican candidates and driving down the results for Hillary. Thank you Donald.
They destroyed themselves and so have some of the others as well. We are cutting the losers and eventually will be down to just a handful for the debates and they had better allow Trump in or else! We Americans are speaking you clods who think you own and run the debates. NOTE: You no longer have that power so get over RNC!
Lindsay acts like a little boy, Rubio is to wet behind the ears and Perry is to angry!
 July 21, 2015 at 4:16pm
I hope that some of the lower-tier hacks (Bush, Graham, Perry, Huckabee) get so irritated by Trump that they’ll refuse to take the same stage with him. I’ll want to sell popcorn for that event. I’m not a Trump fan, but you gotta love how he can get the Chamber guys wound up like angry bees.
 July 21, 2015 at 12:43am
…only off my cold, dead body.
 July 20, 2015 at 8:04pm
Maybe they should only hold the umbrella half way.
Don't kid yourself Buddy. As soon as the Iranian Muslims in the region are finished with ISIS they'll turn their attention back to persecuting Christians and Jews.
Buddy noel gets the prize for godamn liar today.
Iran supports radical Islam not the Christians. Turkey is an Islamic majority state.
Saudi Arabia is an Islam majority state. None support Christians.
Bashur Assad was Christianity's last hope in the Middle East for any kind of protection.
In May, Syrian government troops regained control of the embattled city, parts of which were previously held by rebels.
Sunni and Shia were a split off way after the end of the Crusades.
All of Islam shares hatred of Christians mutually for 1400 years.
The American government under Obama, Biden, Clinton, Kerry , McCain et al have supported ISIS and its war of Christian extermination from the beginning. The Syrian Church dates back to the time of the Apostles; the American Government has been at war with traditional Christianity for years. The Clintons gleefully bombed the Christians in Serbia in support of the Moslem militants and the American public cheered them on. This will not end well for the American Empire.
 July 18, 2015 at 12:35pm
The problem with this failed strategy by the Huffpo is they will cause people to remember Ronald Reagan and how the press used the “Bedtime For Bonzo” theme to shame him all the way to two terms in the White House.
Hey, Huffy! Anyone there ever read a history book?
 July 15, 2015 at 11:12pm
There are worse plants in the Ozarks, but the threat is real. I’m an old country boy but I grabbed the stalk of a stinging nettle plant and turned into a wimp. Sucker huuuuurt.
Do NOT forget the FUZZY-TREE in Australia... almost INSTANT-DEATH from just a brush-against!!
I looked it up, G-WHIZ.
Scary tree/shrub, indeed:
In 1866, a road surveyor in North Queensland documented that his horse “got stung, was mad, and died within two hours,” of coming into contact with a certain tree.
The Gympie-Gympie is one of four species of stinging trees in Australia and is said to have the most painful sting of all.
It is technically a soft-wood shrub that can sometimes reach 5m, though it is typically found as a shrub shorter than 1m.
The leaves appear fuzzy, but when brushed, the little silica hairs break off into “self-injecting hypodermic needles.” The initial sting is said to feel like that of a wasp and the sting site becomes white and swollen. The hairs can remain embedded causing pain for up to months.
 July 15, 2015 at 11:05pm
This professor is proof why people should never wear their cheese head to bed with them. The foam with dry out and you’ll start seeing images of Hitler.