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  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 5:46am

    I am no fan of Republicans either.
    The name of your party is the Democrat Party . . not Democratic.
    And the fact that you responded the way you did proves my last point perfectly. Thanks!

  • [8] July 28, 2015 at 5:57am


    I live in a smaller city/town. (I used to live in NYC).
    That argument is always made about us. That we can live on $8.00 per hour out here because our cost of living is low.

    Our electric rates are the same as a big city.
    Our gasoline and car payments are the same.
    Our cell phone or land lines are the same.
    Our groceries are the same.
    Our healthcare is the same.
    And we cannot use public transportation like in a big city, so you mostly HAVE to have a car to work.
    We can live without cable TV and internet, I guess. But cutting that out that isn’t saving you much, anyway.

    Yes, our housing costs are relatively cheaper, but they are still beyond the affordable range for someone who makes between $7.50 and $10 per hour. Even two people putting those two salaries together are going to be pinching pennies.

  • [37] July 28, 2015 at 5:42am

    I lived in NYC when Guiliani took over and for years during his reign. He DID do good things for that city. He cleaned up a lot of problems and brought some real pride back to Manhattan’s grimiest sides. He cleaned up crime.

    And he supported his police and firefighters. (Yeah, there was corruption, but there will always be corruption where human free will exists.) But those people on our front lines protecting New Yorkers knew that their leader was behind them.

  • [16] July 28, 2015 at 5:32am

    That’s right. Alveda is a devoted Pro-life speaker. She also speaks out against the current media’s rewriting of her Uncle’s legacy.

  • [1] July 28, 2015 at 5:29am


    Actually, leading demographers in the 1980′s predicted (to the exact year) our present economic woes. All they had to do was extrapolate from the lowered birth rates at that time and see that we would have an enormous burst of the housing bubble, and a tax revenue problem, circa 2008.

    They predicted it so accurately that it is scary. (These were liberal demographers).
    They laid the blame where it belongs — on our contraceptive and abortive culture.

    See the documentary DEMOGRAPHIC WINTER on youttube.

  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 5:20am

    Democratic Socialiist:

    Do you even know the difference between positive and negative eugenics? Sanger advocated for both.

    Sanger’s work was very important to the philosophy behind Hitler’s eugenics program. Planned Parenthood is just an extension of that philosophy. They have just learned from Sanger how to cleanse the message by touting it as “help” for the poor minority woman.

  • [3] July 28, 2015 at 5:10am

    Your attitude toward life is a slippery slope, Trav. Because YOU are deciding which life matters more.

    Which lives are less important than the lives of YOUR kids, Trav? You want to make that decision? Which kids are worthy enough to try and succeed despite being “unwanted?”

    That attitude leads to evil. It leads to the kind of society that Mengele and Hitler saw as a beautiful future.

  • [22] July 28, 2015 at 5:02am

    pa native,

    So right! Many black Africans profited by capturing and selling other Africans to the slave trade. This was essential to the success of the slave trade.

    This historical fact is virtually ignored by liberals today, both black and white.

    Also ignored is the fact that the democrat party was historically the party of slave traders.
    Also ignored was that the abolitionists who made the biggest difference were Christians.

    Most often ignored is that Planned Parenthood is the leader of a black genocide. They are carrying on the work of the most devoted eugenicist, Margaret Sanger. She advocated the prevention of births by minorities and people with genetic disability.

    The dumbing down of America is a sad and scary thing.

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  • July 25, 2015 at 11:58am


    1. A real Libertarian would never think that sex without pregnancy is a constitutional right.
    2. A real Libertarian would never condone the lack of freedom in the marketplace. We should be able to CHOOSE among types of plans, some which exclude provisions for contraception and abortion.
    2. A real Libertarian would be repulsed by so much government regulation into the choices people make with their own money and healthcare.

    You may want to change your name. RealLIB works.

  • July 25, 2015 at 11:46am

    Don’t you think it would be better if customers could choose insurance plans that do NOT provide contraception and abortion as a benefit?

    Then those who want the contraception benefit (maybe you) are free to choose plans that DO provide it, because then. . . . you are the only ones paying for it!

    That is freedom of the marketplace, which has nothing to do with belief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

    Maggie, sex without pregnancy is not a constitutional right. You should not have the right to charge others for it, or force others to provide it.

    Furthermore, why should those of us who are working and paying taxes have to pay for the birth control and abortions of those who are getting government assisted health insurance? Especially when that demographic usually spends just as much on tats, cigarettes, the latest model cell phone, and the biggest TVs. Not to mention that that same demographic gets food and electric power subsidized by the tax payers too!
    Clarity of thought comes from critical reading and thinking skills.

  • [3] July 23, 2015 at 6:33am


    What does having a “sky daddy” have to do with being able to critically think through important issues?

    I know a few agnostics and atheists who would be embarrassed by your identifying yourself with them. You lack a moral compass.

  • [5] July 23, 2015 at 6:26am


    Sanger was an abashed and unapologetic eugenicist.

    Definition of Eugenics: the study of or belief in the possibility of improving the qualities of the human species or a human population, especially by such means as discouraging reproduction by persons having genetic defects or presumed to have inheritable undesirable traits (negative eugenics) or encouraging reproduction by persons presumed to have inheritable desirable traits (positive eugenics).

  • [10] July 23, 2015 at 6:17am

    The very idea that they traffic in human body parts seem to have missed your radar.

    What difference does it make how they edited the film? It is not a work of art vying for an Oscar in the documentary category.

    Compare that to how sloppily you edit a film of skeletal holocaust victims in WWII. The fact that the film is grainy, poorly edited and silent does not mitigate what actually happened there.

  • July 22, 2015 at 10:15pm

    It doesn’t ruin your reputation anymore.
    But YES, the girl is the one who has to try and finish her education, if she’s lucky.
    Very few carefree high school or college memories for her!

    And then enter the workforce worrying how to manage daycare costs and elementary school schedules.

    Contraception and abortion are not the answer. Self-control and self-respect. And, yes, Sex ed to teach women how their bodies really function. And what a baby looks like in the womb, even at 12 months. And how lonely it is to be at home with a child who is sick and and you have a lot of bills. THAT is sex ed.

  • July 22, 2015 at 10:00pm

    I’d like to argue that one of the reasons the abort rate is slowing is because it has become socially acceptable to be pregnant in high school, and then live off government entitlements.

    Millions of girls are still getting knocked up, Blink.
    Contraception being taught from 6th grade and offered for free . . .is a failed experiment. We have had decades to prove it.

  • July 22, 2015 at 9:55pm

    Oh and here is where I got those facts:

    • The overall U.S. unintended pregnancy rate increased slightly between 1994 and 2008, but unintended pregnancy increased 55% among poor women, while decreasing 24% among higher-income women.

    • Overall, the abortion rate decreased 8% between 2000 and 2008, but abortion increased 18% among poor women, while decreasing 28% among higher-income women.

  • July 22, 2015 at 9:41pm

    The point of the discussion is that sex-ed and contraception are NOT effective solutions to date. That is why these kids need PLAN B.

    And I can argue that the only reason our abortion rate has dropped is because it has become so socially acceptable to be pregnant in high school and then live off the government entitlement programs.

  • July 22, 2015 at 9:29pm

    You are right, Blink. We in the US are in a slow decline in abortions. Among higher income women.

    And we are in a decline in unintended pregnancies. . . . Among higher income women.

    Abortions and unintended pregnancy among poorer Americans, however, continue to increase.

    Contraception for a16 YEAR OLD GIRL only works consistently when you give her a 3-6 month patch or shot.

    The POINT, Blink, is that teens are not ready to take on the responsibility of sexual relationships. Contraception fails if it is reliant upon a teen making a thoughtful, responsible decision day after day.

  • July 22, 2015 at 9:18pm

    Atrum Angelus,

    My mistake. I should never have described the 2700 US abortions that happened just today the US, and the 611,000 this year (so far) as a “skyrocketing” statistic.

    We ARE in a slow decline in “reported” abortions since 2000. (The current figures do not include the PLAN B abortions).

  • July 22, 2015 at 8:55pm


    Just like excessive use of DepoProvera, which is being pushed in high school health classes for over a decade now. A lot of those women are now having a hard time getting pregnant now, when they WANT to.

    The damage from these contraceptives can be irreversible,

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