Kermit Gosnell And The Creep From Cleveland
So day eight of the Gosnell Trial deliberations begin. It seems he’s charged with performing 24 late term abortions and then getting carried away and killing one of the Mom’s as well. He’s also charged with delivering late-term babies alive and severing their spinal cords over a toilet.
Meanwhile over in Cleveland we’ve been treated to what can only be described as an appalling spectacle. Three women were abducted as teen-agers. They have been found after a decade of sexual slavery. During this period of torment, the alleged kidnapper, Ariel Castro, is said to have stored the three women in a dungeon in the basement. He spent much of the decade raping them repeatedly, and then did gruesome things to the resulting offspring as well. ABC News describes to us just what makes Ariel Castro such an alleged sick puppy.
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Inside the dungeon-like basement of alleged kidnapper Ariel Castro, the Cleveland man reportedly raped his three victims for a decade, caused one woman to abort five pregnancies by punching her in the gut, and required a second victim to deliver his baby in a plastic kiddie pool. The women, individually abducted a decade ago, were kept bound by chains in the home’s cellar until their “spirits were broken” and they were allowed access to the rest of the house, a police official told ABC News.
Planned Parenthood Mourns Death? Really?
Please permit me to share a short personal observation. Saturday, while driving on the Gulf Freeway South of Houston, I noticed flags flying at half-mast. That wasn’t terribly unusual in today’s endless and instantaneous reporting of catastrophes near and far. What did strike me as odd was that the place the flags were flying low was the infamous largest-in-the-nation Planned Parenthood® facility. The group that | Read More »
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Kermit Gosnell: Feminists Deny Abortion Doctor Cover Up and Blame Conservatives
As the Kermit Gosnell case proceeds, the grand jury report was released this week detailing the abortion doctor’s house of horrors. Yet, as conservatives slam media outlets for their lack of coverage, the left reacted by saying that they had reported on Gosnell since his arrest in 2011, and how the pro-life movement is somehow responsible for the “underground” operation he set up in Philadelphia. While it’s great | Read More »
Learning To Cheat
Guess who America’s new role model is? Her name is Beverly Hall. She is Atlanta’s former Superintendent of Schools. She is dynamic – a mover, a shaker, an achiever and a total and utter fraud. On April 2, 2013, her deception came to a final end. She and 34 other co-conspirators have been indicted for rigging the standardized test scores dating all the way back to 2001.
Not only has she destroyed the trust and honor in the Atlanta School System, she has obviously spawned copy-cats. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia’s municipal schools are also rife with cheating conspiracies. Here is the latest in brotherly love and deceit.
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Loony Labor Leader Comes Unhinged [Again]: AFSCME boss threatens fiscally-responsible Dems
It’s become clear that today’s public-sector union bosses do not understand (or care) that their insanely irresponsible practices of demanding “more, more and more” from taxpayers can only result in bankrupting an already-broken system of tax and spend politics.
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$50,000 Reward Offered For Info On (Alleged) Union-Related Arson
Vandals cut anchor bolts and used torches on structural columns in the future meeting house’s community room, authorities said. They also set fire to a crane on the property. Police believe the Quaker building was targeted because it is being built with nonunion labor.
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GOP fights for a fair election in Pennsylvania
As we reported earlier this morning, Obama supporters muscled Republican Election Inspectors in Philadelphia, But the GOP fought and won this initial battle to keep the election fair.
In a written statement, Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman Rob Gleason announced that the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas issued an order to seat Republican Minority Inspectors in Philadelphia Polling places:
“This was a shameless attempt from the Obama campaign to suppress our legally appointed Republican poll watchers in Philadelphia and they got caught.”
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As if you needed another reason:
That’s not Samuel L. Jackson on set in Die Hard III. Remember the billy-club bearing New Black Panthers that were the vanguard of democracy in Philadelphia in 2008? Well, the boys are back, albeit in a kinder, gentler 2012 version. No visible weapons, and this fellow by all accounts had a bit of a sunnier disposition. Still, a dude in paramilitary attire affiliated with a | Read More »
Another horror of the pro choice movement
Since the infamous Roe vs Wade decision, our country has gone into the business of killing human beings. To date, over 30 million innocents have been butchered all in the name of choice. I could put up the numerous videos and pictures depicting this atrocity, but we have all seen them. Those of us with any morals recognize the genocide that has occurred in this | Read More »
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter Cares More For Illegals Than Actual Citizens
I think the same can be said for any pro-Illegal activist: Tea Party Activists Push Philly Mayor To Renew City’s Contract With Immigration on Arrest Records
What Arizona Needs is Some Brotherly Love
As we know by now, there is great consternation in the land due to Arizona’s racist law SB1070 that seeks to enforce the laws of the United States against illegal immigration. I mean, just read these words of hate from the Fact Sheet: Requires the act to be implemented in a manner consistent with federal laws regulating immigration, protecting the civil rights of all persons | Read More »
Unions Throw a Fit, Taxpayers Take the Hit…
In a union city like Philadelphia, it really shouldn’t come as a shock that when unions pitch fits, politicians’ knees buckle, and taxpayers end up paying the price. A few months ago, we posted on Philadelphia’s proposed soda tax that drew union protests by the Teamsters. To be clear, we also believe the soda tax idea is a stupid idea–sort of like tea taxes were | Read More »
From force-feeding healthcare to forced feeding in Philadelphia
This article scares right out of the gate: In a locally unprecedented move, the School District of Philadelphia will hold principals accountable for the number of students eating breakfast in their schools. Alas, this does not mean schools are attempting to control waste by limiting the number of students who receive breakfast at taxpayers’ expense. This move is to force all students to eat breakfast | Read More »
Nutter plays games with Philly legal system funding.
(Via Drudge) I’m putting this one up mostly because of the last name – it’s Mayor Michael Nutter, and the game is “Give us money or we’ll shut down services that you don’t want to shut down.” It’s apparently a favorite game of urban Democrats, given that it seems to happen with distressing regularity in our larger cities: Nutter Warns Of ‘Virtual Shutdown’ Of Courts | Read More »