Planned Parenthood is ‘proud to provide abortion.’ Here’s exactly what they mean
March 22, 2017 (LiveActionNews) — Earlier this month, Republicans introduced the replacement bill to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. The bill includes a provision which would defund Planned Parenthood, but Donald Trump made them an offer that would let them keep their billions of dollars in taxpayer funding: stop providing abortions. Planned Parenthood, to no one’s surprise, refused, even though it has been reported that they could receive even more federal earmarks if they stopped performing abortions and focused on legitimate health care.
Planned Parenthood President and CEO Cecile Richards also tweeted about the offer, saying that abortion is “vital” to their mission:
March 14, 2017 (ALL) — In 2008 when Bishop Elio Sgreccia resigned from the presidency of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Archbishop Rino Fisichella to assume that position.
Fisichella began his tenure with what, in hindsight, can only be defined as an agenda of changing attitudes on abortion and other matters. In retrospect, I find it comical that, as the archbishop moved into his role as an agent of change in the Academy, so too Barack Obama was positioned to do the same as president of the United States.
Of course when Fisichella took over the helm of the Academy, nobody could have predicted what was in store. But it did not take long for the tide to turn.
In March 2009, Archbishop Jose Cardoso Sobrinho of Brazil excommunicated the mother and all members of a medical team involved in the abortion of twins being carried by the woman’s daughter. The young girl had been impregnated after being raped, and the abortion was seen as an act of compassion for the child and her babies. Archbishop Sobrinho took his stand in defense of life saying that “the law of God is above all human law” and that abortion is “homicide against innocent life.”
Fisichella publicly disagreed with the archbishop’s decision…
THE AUTHOR OF A CHILDREN’S COLORING BOOK HAS INVENTED A CHARACTER NAMED “TONI THE TAMPON” TO INSTRUCT CHILDREN THAT MEN CAN MENSTRUATE.
EDITOR’S NOTE: No words…speechless…bereft of speech. But suffice to say that this insanity, this clear-cut fundamental lunacy is indeed the actual platform of the new Democratic Left. Don’t like your gender? Pick a new one, or better yet, create a new one. Same-sex marriage? Sure! But don’t stop there, let’s add animals and inanimate objects. Bored with your life? Simply “identify” with something else, as someone else, as anything else, and the LGBTQP will demand protect for it as your “human rights”.
Cass Clemmer, the author of The Adventures of Toni the Tampon, has been using her coloring book character to “destigmatize” menstruation. Now, however, she also wants to “de-gender” the female biological process and to persuade children that men get periods too.
Clemmer’s latest adventure of Toni the Tampon is one aspect of the progressive campaign to blur the differences between male and female, and to ultimately create a “genderless” society which bars the commonplace civic distinctions between biological males and biological females in a heterosexual society.
OTTAWA, March 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — In a new bill the federal Liberals are aiming to scrub the remains of Canada’s ban on abortion, which was struck down nearly three decades ago by the Supreme Court, from the law books.
The same bill (C-39), which seeks to remove so-called “zombie laws,” would also repeal Section 159, the ban on anal sex between more than two people, in public, and for anyone under age 18.
Zombie laws refer to sections of the Criminal Code that have been struck down as unconstitutional by the courts.
However, although the anal sex ban has been declared unconstitutional by federal courts and appeals courts in Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, it is not a “zombie law” as such.
The Liberals have elected to have Bill C-39 absorb and replace Bill C-32, a stand-alone bill introduced last November that would have repealed the anal sex ban.
When introducing Bill C-32 Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould stated that Section 159 was “discriminatory” to the LGBTQ community and the bill was a substantive, not symbolic change, according to the CBC.
Sixty-nine people were charged under Section 159 from 2014 to 2015, but no one was convicted, reported the CBC.
Justice Minister Wilson-Raybould tabled Bill C-39 on International Women’s Day.
She highlighted at a press conference that the Criminal Code section banning abortion is among the Criminal Code provisions to be repealed.
The Supreme Court struck down the law prohibiting abortion in its 1988 Morgentaler decision, ruling that it violated the Charter right of security of the person..