Funny just how arrogant we can be – ‘Prayers are not enough’ – the nation moves further and further from the God of the Bible, we have lowered our moral standards so far that we cannot even agree that our tax dollars ought not be supporting an organization that not only kills children in the womb, but then sells their body parts. Regardless of what they did is legal or not – just watch how callous those woman are as they discuss what they are doing. So we now stand back and say “we don’t know how to fix this issue”, and at the same time he says “Prayer is not enough”. God is capable of solving this problem and prayer can solve this problem, however His resolution begins with us having humility and inviting Him back into our lives, our schools and our nation!
Very well said. However, when we as a nation elect leaders that act in ways that reflect a movement away from God, we have sown those seeds ourselves. It is up to us to bring this country back to God by first living our lives as he has ordained. When we as people in this nation bring God back into our lives, we will begin to question the moral foundations of those that campaign to govern.
Apparently murdering the unborn and selling off their parts is now considered a “noble cause” – how low will we go?
 October 1, 2015 at 9:44am
This is exactly what they do. I’ve experienced this in other countries, especially when their chants come over the loud speakers 4 or 5 times a day starting at 4:30 or 5:00 in the morning. It is extremely irritating. Wonder how long it will be before they get away with that here.
 October 1, 2015 at 9:35am
So why is the Federal Government suing – why isn’t the American Islamic Center group suing? Where is the FFRF and the ACLU – the Federal Government is getting involved, and thus footing the bill, in a lawsuit on behalf of a religious organization. Doesn’t sound like a separation of church and state to me.
The state will intervene in other religions, but separate from Christianity.
Hopey Changey, Hopey Changey, Hopey Changey.
The Federal Government is getting involed in these things because of all the muslim brotherhood & caire people Obama has put in at all levels of our government
Where are the atheists? Our constitution was based on the christian beliefs and/or the bible and ten commandments. Christianity is being murdered in the country while Islam is being promoted and taught in schools.
More fuel to say that, perhaps, Obama really is a Muslim, and Christian on paper only. He is already a proven liar. He will not release his academic records which would show what he was actually calling himself then. It would also explain Obama's statement to the UN: 'The Future Must Not Belong To Those Who Slander The Prophet of Islam.'
Do you believe the facts, or do you believe a proven liar?
Because our Govt is run by a muslim
September 30, 2015 at 1:18pm
Furthermore when Planned Non-Parenthood says that abortion is only 3% of what they do, that is a percentage of every service they offer, it is not 3% of every client that serviced at PP. And since they do not publish the break down of male/females we actually will never know what percentage of female clients at PP actually received an abortion. Using their current talking point, if every woman that walked into planned parenthood got an abortion, and received at least one other service…they could say that abortion represents only 50% of the services they offer women and while true is a little misleading.
September 30, 2015 at 1:14pm
Can I ask a silly “non-sexist” question? Why is it that they only talk about the war on women and how no one cares about women’s health and no one in congress understands women’s health…when Planned Parenthood services both men and women? Do they simply not care about their male clientele?
 September 30, 2015 at 1:00pm
Conservatives are not hypocritical on this issue. Keep in mind that the baby is innocent. The criminal is not. Knowing the consequences for their actions, criminals commit the crime.
What does a person's guilt or innocence have to do with "life", and the value of one's life? Because, that's really what you are saying/doing. You are saying, that because of one's actions, THEIR LIFE no longer has any value whatsoever, and the rational thing to do is kill them. You become the judge of one's "worth" if you will.
Do you think a repentant murder's life is worth LESS in the eyes of God than an unborn child? I don't. I believe God truly forgives. Truly saves. Truly redeems. Scripture tells us that a repentant person's sins are forgotten, washed clean, and cast away as far as the east is from the west.
Therefore, ALL LIFE has some value, and isn't "worthless". To be consistent, pro-life and pro-capital punishment people should simply be honest, and say they only value "certain life", not all life.
 September 30, 2015 at 12:56pm
We can’t de-fund them for selling off baby parts because they do so much good! Yeah – that makes sense, I think our justice department should adopt this mentality. We cannot convict this guy for murder, he used to coach a little league soccer team, help old ladies across the street and serve at a soup kitchen!
 September 30, 2015 at 12:40pm
Took me a minute…and then I almost spit out my coffee!
 September 29, 2015 at 2:02pm
Notice she keeps saying ‘highly edited’ which of course is subjective…what she never says is that they are untrue or full of lies. I think I’ve heard her use the word ‘misleading’ in the past, but not untrue…
September 29, 2015 at 10:16am
And since no one audits Planned Parenthood, we have no idea how much “donation’ they are receiving for each baby part. And since the law is not clear on what is acceptable as a donation, we really have no idea what is legal or illegal…but they are clearly selling baby parts – regardless of the price!
 September 29, 2015 at 9:31am
Richards will contend that Planned Parenthood “adheres to the highest standards” and will say she is “proud” of the organization’s “limited role in supporting fetal tissue research.”
So do they just give the fetal tissue away? Because contrary to the videos which clearly indicate compensation that would be the only way to have a “limited role in fetal tissue research” without “selling”.
 September 29, 2015 at 9:22am
If you repeat a lie often enough people will begin to believe it = “we did nothing wrong, those videos were doctored to make us look bad, the video content was obtained illegally”….. How about addressing what those women were caught saying on those videos! How about addressing what the former employee had to say about her experience working there and what she was made to do!
The lie being used repeatedly is that Planmed Parenthood is selling fetal material...
...this is a lie that has been disproven, but lives on in "wishful thinking" propaganda on the right...
 September 28, 2015 at 4:11pm
Yup – this is exactly why I don’t want the Federal Government having a hand in my healthcare!
 September 28, 2015 at 11:30am
If religious freedom does not grant us that right, then I propose we do not have religious “freedom”! If I have to surrender my religious beliefs to respect others’ beliefs then I am no longer free to practice my religion.
September 28, 2015 at 11:27am
And how is that exactly?
September 28, 2015 at 11:26am
URadbcon – “The Taliban uses religion as a mandated suppression of human rights, a lot like the christian religions suppression of human rights in the past.” – We have the freedoms we have thanks to the Christian tenants. Our founders believed that inalienable rights were given by the God of the Bible (our creator) and therefore could not be taken away by any human.
 September 28, 2015 at 10:24am
“Equal Protection” – and how was that being violated?
 September 28, 2015 at 9:42am
What boggles the mind is that Kim Davis asked for changes to their system so that her name would not appear on those certificates and ended up having to go to jail before anyone would give her that consideration. I’m sure you would rather people of faith not be able to work for our government – who’s rights would be violated then? There have been numerous people that have resigned rather than violate their consciences…you think that is appropriate?