Daily Archives: February 9, 2017

Gosnell Update

Last week, The New York Times excluded the Gosnell book from its list of best sellers, despite it having been the fourth best selling book in America.

  • Their STATED reason is “to provide Times readers our best assessment of what books are the most broadly popular at that time” by considering the “context” of book sales, rather than their numbers!
  • Their REAL reason is simple.  They don’t like the seamy, disgusting truth this story reveals about the abortion industry in this nation.

Don’t let them suppress this message!

Buy this book:  Gosnell – The Untold Story of Americas Most Prolific Serial Killer.  Read it.  Give it away.  Donate it to your library.

The proceeds will help Ann and Phelim get the movie into theaters, something that has also been suppressed by pro-abortion Hollywood.

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The Sincerest Form of Flattery

FIRST OFF, I’D LIKE YOU TO LIFT UP CHRISSY’S WARRIOR PRINCESS IN PRAYER; SHE WAS ADMITTED TO THE E.R. LAST NIGHT WITH PREMATURE BIRTH PAINS. SHE’S ONLY 35 WEEKS AND NEEDS GOD’S INTERVENTION. I PRAY FOR MY DEAR FRIEND EVERY DAY. WE’RE BOTH PRETTY MUCH HOUSEBOUND, BUT AT LEAST I CAN GET OUT IN THE MORNING.

Actually, more like great minds think alike. Or, if you will, two people looking at a duck and saying: ‘That’s a duck.’

Liberals are dreadfully simple to figure out once you understand their goals. Go full Alinsky…to hell with the rules, just seize power by any means that justify the outcome. I came across this in the New York Post and said to myself: “Self, this looks eerily familiar.”

Democrats’ empty anti-Trump stunts have made the Senate a circus
Perhaps the sound and fury will cease by the time Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court nomination comes up. At least nine Democratic senators have said they oppose a filibuster, and that includes well-left-of-center types like Chris Coons (Del.), Dick Durbin (Ill.) and Richard Blumenthal (Conn.).

On the other hand, the party’s base hasn’t yet started demanding scorched-earth tactics on the high-court fight, and the senators have plenty of time to “discover” reasons to change their minds.

Until top Democrats are willing to stand up to the angry left, the kabuki theater will continue.

THE DEMOCRAT PARTY HAS LOST ITS MIND… AND ITS SOUL
My theory is that meeting back in early January laid the groundwork for how Congressional Democrats were going to prevent Donald Trump from being able to assemble his Cabinet.

I think they nailed down the strategies they would use to demagogue, slander and delay the Cabinet confirmations.

But it’s more than that.

I also believe it was this meeting with the Community Organizer that laid out the plans for the protests and obstructions we’ve been witnessing from Democrat leaders over the last few weeks.

Look, nothing the Democrats do is spontaneous. Nothing.

And all of it would come to a head as soon as the Community Organizer-in-Chief was safely out of Washington. That way, Obama could appear to remain out of the fray.

But trust me, this fray has his fingerprints all over it.

It’s just the kind of agitation and disruption Barack Obama perfected during his time in Chicago.

No president has ever had so few cabinet members confirmed at this late date, just as no president has been confronted with such open talk of assassination and impeachment.

Speaking of which, have you heard a single Democrat decry the talk of assassination? Have you heard a single Democrat denounce the violence carried out by so-called protesters?

In any case, the responsibility of leadership eludes him. Democrats created their own problems by blindly agreeing to all of Barack Obama’s ultra-liberal policies, and the fed-up response of Republican voters was to nominate Trump.

Democrats scrap all-nighters after DeVos, Sessions votes

Senate Democrats on Wednesday abandoned the idea of holding another all-night “talk-a-thon” to protest a key Cabinet nominee of President Trump’s, after holding two back-to-back all nighters to protest two other nominees.

Democratic leaders didn’t offer a public explanation for the move, but it came after their all-night debate sessions Monday and Tuesday failed to move the needle on Trump’s picks.

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