President Obama recognizes, as do I, that the Roe v. Wade decision is profoundly important – even though our reasons are very different. He took time out of his busy schedule to compose an official statement to mark today’s 41st anniversary of Roe. Here is the statement in full. “Today, as we reflect on the… Read More The President’s statement on the 41st anniversary of Roe – what say you?
http://t.co/WCHVSluqj8 On Twitter, columnist J.D. Mullane summed it up: “In time, video of Pres Obama invoking God to bless nation’s largest abortion provider during #Gosnell trial will stun.” Almost as stunning, I hope, will be today’s casual and mendacious conflation of “abortion” with “health care.”
Update, 4/25/13: The President has backed out of this evening’s “gala.” Instead, he will speak to a smaller PP gathering tomorrow. I use quotation marks because I can’t quite understand the celebratory aspect of being the #1 abortion provider in the country. From USA Today: President Obama will attend a Planned Parenthood “gala” Thursday. Earlier… Read More Priorities: President to attend PP fundraiser this week
“Our journey is not complete until all our children, from the streets of Detroit to the hills of Appalachia to the quiet lanes of Newtown, know that they are cared for, and cherished, and always safe from harm.” Thus speaketh our President in his second inaugural address on this MLK Day. True enough, sir. See… Read More President Obama on the Incomplete Journey
Do not adjust your sets, as the saying goes. This is a truth-stranger-than-fiction item. I have not seen the original document on which the story is based, and if it turns out to be bogus, I’ll be right back to offer my profound apologies. LifeNews.com reports here that pregnant visitors to the White House are… Read More On WH Tours, Preborn Children Count