If the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education had its way, then every gynecologist would both help deliver and kill babies, at least in theory. And they sort of got it. A disturbing and lengthy article in the New York Times entitled “The New Abortion Providers” describes with details the quest in the United States to train more abortionists under the guise of common medical practice—to partake in this killing via normal (especially university) hospital and private practice care. Some of the revelations of this piece are perversely stunning.
So I was told about this storyline that included abortion on the show Friday Night Lights but I hadn’t seen the show so I did what any normal person looking for information does, I googled it. That led me on a rabbit trail and I ended up on the website feministing.com. That’s when I noticed this little treat, a book called “The Purity Myth” by the editor of the blog, Jessica Valenti.
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As I’ve written about the medical and pharmaceutical’s industry of death and creation of vaccines from aborted babies, I’ve observed a tangled web that’s arisen over our nation. With a monopoly on vaccines, the traditional pharmaceutical companies aren’t exactly threatened by those desiring to make ethical alternative vaccines, but a current case in the court is trying to change that.
Over the past decade the use of aborted fetal material has slowly, almost imperceptibly, seeped into and become routine at many stages of drug discovery, development and commercialization, to the point where aborted fetal material is now being used to discover new food additives and flavor enhancers. (Source)
Tomorrow the Senate Judiciary Committee will cast its votes for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan.
A few days ago I wrote about how Obama’s Executive Order was a bit of a sham. Here’s why:
Pennsylvania, New Mexico and now Maryland have instituted, in accordance with Obamacare, Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plans [PCIP] or "high-risk pools" for those who cannot obtain individual insurance due to a pre-existing condition.
These PCIP’s are not subject to the Hyde Amendment nor Obama’s Executive Order thus abortions are to be covered in these plans which means federally funded abortions.
Yesterday we were picking up on some buzz about a possible press conference by Senator Sessions regarding Elena Kagan. That press conference doesn’t appear to have happened presumably because of a vote on the Senate floor. This came on the heels of the news media reporting a statement from Sen. Sessions that a filibuster on Kagan was not off the table. Sen. Sessions DID meet with the AUL yesterday to review a report they prepared regarding Kagan’s involvement with manipulating ACOG’s statements on Partial-Birth Abortion while she served the Clinton administration. The research is startling in light of the testimony provided during her hearings two weeks ago.
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