Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Great stuff today

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Supreme Court to review contraceptive coverage mandate
Excerpt: The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to consider a new challenge to President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and decide whether employers with religious objections may refuse to provide their workers with mandated insurance coverage of contraceptives. The cases accepted by the court offer complex questions about religious freedom and equality for female workers along with an issue the court has not yet confronted: whether a secular, for-profit corporation is protected by the Constitution or federal statute from complying with a law because of its owners religious beliefs.

Another Way Taxpayers Lose Under Obamacare. By Bob Graboyes
Excerpt: State insurance commissioners have long seen themselves as protectors of the public's wallets – the officials who say "no" to insurers' requests to increase health insurance premiums. It has not yet sunk in that on this coming New Year's Day, the Affordable Care Act will flip the commissioners' motives upside-down, prompting them to approve and even encourage premium increases.

Good Article: Obamacare and Liberal Cruelty. By Karin McQuillan
Excerpt: No one has the right to sacrifice your life to save someone else's life. No one has the right to harm your family to help someone else's family. That's a bedrock principle in America. Until Obamacare. The Democrats want a different America. In the new America, you are expendable.

HealthCare.gov won't be perfect on Dec. 1, administration says
Excerpt: Administration officials said Monday that some visitors to ObamaCare's federal enrollment site would experience outages, slow response times or messages to try again later during the month of December. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) delivered the message in the latest attempt to downplay expectations surrounding Nov. 30, the administration's self-imposed deadline for fixing HealthCare.gov.

Oregon: $305,206,587 for Zero Obamacare Enrollees. By Katie Pavlich 
Excerpt: In Oregon, Obamacare is being called an "epic failure" by lawmakers as the state-based exchange continues to fail. It's been nearly two months since the pro-Obamacare state launched their state based exchange site on October 1 and not a single person has been able to sign up. Things have gotten so bad, paper applications and fax machines were brought in to help expedite the process (yes, you read that correctly).

Excerpt: Flash-forward to today — and flash-forward to the eight minute mark of this video, taken from today’s edition of The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV, or simply click on the version below, which is queued up to the point at which Mark Halperin of Time magazine admits…The Affordable Care Act contains provisions for “death panels,” which decide which critically-ill patients receive care and which won’t, according to Mark Halperin, senior political analyst for Time magazine. “It’s built into the plan.”

Democrats Fear Obamacare Will Cost Them The Senate
Excerpt: Last week, President Obama's pollster Joel Benenson sent a memo to congressional Democrats encouraging them to refocus attention on the economy and ignore the health care chaos that has consumed the administration for the last two months. The three-page set of talking points argued that the media's relentless focus on the Obamacare website is a "distraction" from more important work on the minds of voters. But for Senate Democrats who backed the unpopular legislation, avoiding the subject isn't so easy. (Oh, yes, pivot to the wonderful economy, with well over 20% of the population unemployed, under-employed or having given up looking. ~Bob)

Too True: Women in Ground Combat - Clarity in an Evening. By Andy Weddington
Excerpt: As the evening wore on and wine bottles emptied, conversation shifted to politics and more. I was not interested in wading into that swamp - especially with folks who had consumed beyond the legal limit and were still drinking.

Football versus War. By Robert A. Hall
Excerpt: An NFL team carries 53 players on it's roster, slightly larger than an infantry platoon in the Marines or Army (if memory serves). So lets compare a platoon in combat to a football game.

Worth Reading: Random Thoughts. ByThomas Sowell 
Excerpt: Many people take pride in defying the conventions of society. Those conventions of society are also known as civilization. Defying them wholesale means going back to barbarism. Barbarians with electronic devices are still barbarians. (Yes, the "Random Thoughts" column I usually send every month was partly inspired by Dr. Sowell's Random Thoughts columns. [Also Dunk's Almanac and the Notebooks of Lazarus Long.] Yes, all three are better than mine, I say objectively, not modestly. ~Bob.

Update: Angola Denies It Banned Islam, Destroyed Mosques
Excerpt: Angola became a hot topic in the international media over the weekend, as news outlets around the world wrote about reports that the Southwest African nation had banned Islam and had begun to dismantle mosques. But an official at the Angolan Embassy in Washington, D.C., who did not want to be identified while discussing the sensitive matter, said that there is no such ban and that the reports are erroneous.

Deal or No Deal: White House: Iran Not On . By Adam Kredo
Excerpt: The final details of a nuclear agreement signed over the weekend between Iran and Western nations will not actually go into effect until further negotiations take place at a later date, according to a senior administration official and sources on Capitol Hill. (Meanwhile...~Bob)

True: Hezbollah Says Nuclear Deal a Victory for Iran
Excerpt: Lebanon’s Hezbollah on Monday hailed a nuclear deal between its patron Iran and world powers as “a major victory” for Tehran. (You remember Hezbollah? They are the group that temporarily gave up shelling Israel to fight to help Assad in Syria against the al Qaeda-backed rebels we are helping. It's complicated. ~Bob)

Iran: White House Lying About Details of Nuke Deal: Iranian officials say White House fact sheet is ‘invalid’
Excerpt: Iranian officials say that the White House is misleading the public about the details of an interim nuclear agreement reached over the weekend in Geneva.

Abject Surrender by the United States
Excerpt: Iran retains its full capacity to enrich uranium, thus abandoning a decade of Western insistence and Security Council resolutions that Iran stop all uranium-enrichment activities. Allowing Iran to continue enriching, and despite modest (indeed, utterly inadequate) measures to prevent it from increasing its enriched-uranium stockpiles and its overall nuclear infrastructure, lays the predicate for Iran fully enjoying its “right” to enrichment in any “final” agreement. Indeed, the interim agreement itself acknowledges that a “comprehensive solution” will “involve a mutually defined enrichment program.”

Fears Over Iranian Deal Hasten New Regional Alliances. By Paul Alster
 Excerpt: But what is it in the P5+1 deal with Iran that the Israelis, the Saudis, and other Sunni states in the region find hard to swallow?

Bringing home Dad
Excerpt: My father was last seen March 9, 2007, on Kish Island, Iran, but he is not a missing person. Our family received a hostage video three years ago and photographs in 2011. In the video — in which he appears frail and visibly thinner than the 220 pounds he weighed when he was taken — my dad pleads for the U.S. government to help secure his release. In the photos, which were e-mailed to us, he is shackled. He has an unkempt beard and holds cryptic messages, the intended meaning of which we still do not understand.

Green Energy Is the Real Subsidy Hog
Excerpt: Renewables receive three times as much money per energy unit as fossil fuels, says Bjorn Lomborg, director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center. For 20 years the world has tried subsidizing green technology instead of focusing on making it more efficient. Today Spain spends about 1 percent of gross domestic product throwing money at green energy such as solar and wind power. The $11 billion a year is more than Spain spends on higher education. At the end of the century, with current commitments, these Spanish efforts will have delayed the impact of global warming by roughly 61 hours, according to the estimates of Yale University's well-regarded Dynamic Integrated Climate-Economy model. A myth about fossil-fuel subsidies worth debunking is that the United States subsidizes fossil fuels more heavily than green energy. Not so. The U.S. Energy Information Administration estimated in 2010 that fossil-fuel subsidies amounted to $4 billion a year. Renewable sources received more than triple that figure, roughly $14 billion.

Poor And Middle Class Incomes Have Increased Significantly. By Scott Winship
Excerpt: The widely-cited Economic Policy Institute, for instance, says median household income was just 5 percent higher in 2012 than in 1979 and that the poverty rate rose from 11.7 percent to 15.0 percent. Figures from the Center on Budget and Policy Priority’s Jared Bernstein also show little to no income growth for either the poor or the middle class. But these worrying conclusions flow from problematic analyses. Contrary to conventional wisdom, poor and middle class households are at least 30 percent richer today than their counterparts from 35 years ago.

The New Segregation: Income is the new boundary line in U.S. neighborhoods, but money is not the answer. By Kevin D. Williamson
Excerpt: If you divided American families into six graduated income groups — poor, low-income, lower-middle, upper-middle, high-income, and affluent — and took a trip in time back to the Age of Disco, you’d find that nearly two-thirds of all American families lived in neighborhoods with median incomes in the middle two groups: lower-middle and upper-middle. Return to the present day, and you’ll find that fewer than half of American families live in middle-income neighborhoods. Progressives wringing their hands over consistently misinterpreted income figures need not go so far as Wall Street boardrooms for evidence of the economic inequality that troubles them so — they need only look next door.

Serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin executed in Missouri
Excerpt: Missouri corrections officials have executed Joseph Paul Franklin, a white supremacist serial killer who targeted blacks and Jews, including an interracial couple in Wisconsin. Franklin, an avowed white supremacist, was convicted and sentenced to death for killing Gerald Gordon, 42, and wounding two other men in a St. Louis-area synagogue parking lot in 1977. But he also was linked to the deaths of at least 18 other people. (Good riddance. Been happy to pull the switch myself. Those who say the death penalty only kills blacks for killing whites take note. ~Bob.)

Car Crash Kills North Florida Tea Party Leader
Excerpt: Friends say Hunter was a Vietnam veteran who later worked at defense contractor Lockheed Martin. Troopers say Hunter was attempting to make a left turn on U.S. 441 and apparently did not see an oncoming pickup truck, which struck Hunter's car on the driver's side. Hunter was pronounced dead at the scene. The two occupants of the truck were uninjured.

Dr. Nancy Snyderman 'in awe' of Israeli medics in Philippines
Excerpt: As we walked up to the tent where incoming patients were being processed, I immediately saw the electronic medical records technology that I had first seen in Haiti. Each patient’s medical record is created using a photograph to ensure accurate identification. This is especially important in these types of crisis situations. Language barriers, loss of documentation and the fact that patients have arrived from all over would result in a nightmare if the patients weren't properly identified. Smart. Sophisticated. Secure. This was what I had experienced with the IDF before. (They even do a fine job with medical records, without HIPAA. Perhaps the Obama administration should look to little Israel for a model. BTW, were the Iranians with their medical-enriched uranium anywhere to be found? Cordially, Larry Greenberg. Charity is one of the Five Pillars of Islam--but only for other Muslims. When the devastating floods ht Pakistan, American aid was distributed to Muslims--but not to Christians, Hindus or even Ahmadiyya Muslims, a minority sect. See: http://www.news.va/en/news/asiapakistan-floods-in-sindh-aid-denied-to-christi  ~Bob)

Old but true: Sale of Post office Buildings
In 2011, the CB Richard Ellis Group (now CBRE Group, Inc.), the world's largest commercial real estate services firm, was awarded an exclusive contract to market USPS facilities which provides CBRE with a commission of 2 to 6 percent on the sale of those properties. This award has been the subject of some controversy, as CBRE's Chairman of the Board is Richard C. Blum, the husband of Senator Dianne Feinstein, who represents the state of California in the U.S. Senate. 

Another Attack on Christmas!
Excerpt: This year’s earliest contender for “the Grinch that stole Christmas” is the American Humanist Organization. A charter school in Colorado, the SkyView Academy, is being sued by the humanist organization because of their decision to participate in Operation Christmas Child, a ministry of Samartian’s Purse. Operation Christmas Child takes shoeboxes filled with goodies (toys, school and toiletry supplies, and other necessities) and hands them out to children living in poverty in third world nations. 

Ouch. The Prophet Mohammed Castrates Europe
Excerpt: Is there a government in Europe that hasn’t had its cojones removed by the Prophet Mohammed? The level of appeasement across the pond – when it comes to Muslims and their “sensibilities” — has moved way beyond chilling.

Bombshell Obama Vetting: 1979 Newspaper Article By Valerie Jarrett Father-In-Law Reveals Start Of Muslim Purchase Of U.S. Presidency
Interesting, but a huge stretch. I would not run, except several things I thought fake, like Fast and Furious, turned out to be true. ~Bob. Excerpt: Lastly, it’s very important to note that the main source for the article is Khalid Mansour, “the same lawyer who allegedly helped arrange for the entrance of Barack Obama into Harvard Law School in 1988.” (Valerie Jarrett, by the way, was born in Iran

Good Column: The War on Human Nature. For nations as for individuals, pretending self-interest doesn’t exist is perilous. By Victor Davis Hanson
Excerpt: A therapeutic sense of self-sacrifice is fine in the abstract, but in the concrete such magnanimity causes far more harm to the innocent than does a realistic appraisal of self-interest and a tragic acceptance of the flawed nature of man. The theme of the present administration is that it possesses the wisdom and resources to know better what people should do than they do themselves. From that premise arose most of catastrophes that have befallen this administration.

King Gets An Earful On Common Core. By Megin Delaney
Excerpt: Bearing signs reading “We are human, not machines,” “Oust the King” and “End Fed Ed,” Binghamton area residents let state Education Commissioner John King see — and hear — their discontent with Common Core state standards. “Tell the assembly we’re coming for them. We’re coming for them, we’re angry and we vote,” said Christina Bangel, a seventh-grade social studies teacher at Owego-Apalachin Middle School and mother of two third-grade students at Owego Elementary School.

Common Core Obama’s Means To ‘Fundamentally Transform’ America’s Education System
Excerpt: Actually, Common Core supporters could be right in one sense: Common Core is not so much about a nationalization of education as it is part of a world-wide initiative that may ultimately serve to make American values and practices secondary to global sharing. In 2004, Gates’ Microsoft Corporation signed a Cooperation Agreement with UNESCO to develop a “master curriculum” which would include benchmarks and a testing program. …. The goal is to create, through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) throughout the globe, communities without borders, in a sense, so that all students around the world are learning similar content and sharing knowledge. (Global brainwashing by the Illuminati. You breed ‘em; they transform them…Barb)

NBC cancels Alec Baldwin's show 'Up Late' following actor's homophobic outbursts
Excerpt: NBC's Alec Baldwin experiment is over 46 days after it began. “We are jointly confirming that UP LATE will not continue on MSNBC,” the network and actor's reps said in a joint statement to FOX411. MSNBC had already suspended Alec Baldwin’s low-rated news program last week following an alleged gay slur directed toward a photographer outside his New York City apartment earlier this month.

Obama's High-Speed Rail Plan Loses Big in California Court. By Conn Carroll
Excerpt: California Gov. Jerry Brown can not spend state bond revenues on President Obama's signature transportation project until the state can identify how they will pay for the entire $68 billion project, a California court ruled Monday. The decision almost certainly spells death for the project. (Government should be ale to pay for projects? Radical idea! ~Bob)

The Democratic Party vs. Barack Obama. By Daniel Greenfield 
Excerpt: When Obama decided to turn his campaign into a permanent Super PAC, he was stabbing the Democratic Party in the back. But he was doing it to them before they did it to him.

Free Syrian Army says no ceasefire for Geneva talks
Excerpt: The commander of the rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) said on Tuesday his group would shun a planned peace conference in Switzerland in January and would pursue its fight to topple President Bashar al-Assad regardless.

Iraq violence continues with cops, soldiers and civilians killed
Muslims killing Muslims is hardly news. ~Bob

A Weak Agreement Likely to Get Worse. By Mark Dubowitz, Orde Kittrie
Excerpt: The Geneva deal agreed to Sunday by six major powers with Iran is a gamble on Western optimism. While slightly rolling back Iranian nuclear capability, the agreement greatly weakens Western economic sanctions. Iranian sanctions-busters will be in position to exploit the changing market psychology and newly created pathways to reap billions of additional dollars in economic relief beyond those projected by the Obama administration. The Geneva deal's provisions are too weak to prevent Iranian physicists from making further nuclear progress in several key areas

Iran deal further tests Obama’s credibility
Excerpt: President Obama’s credibility problem has battered his approval ratings, complicated his relationship with foreign allies and harmed his party’s prospects in next year’s midterm elections. But the decline in the public’s opinion of his trustworthiness presents a particular set of challenges for his diplomacy with Iran, highlighted this weekend by an agreement that will temporarily freeze the country’s nuclear program in exchange for limited sanctions relief.

Excerpt: Iran’s government television network reportedly broadcast footage of an anti-American celebration and the message “Down with America” while covering its Foreign Minister Javad Zarif’s return to Tehran after brokering a nuclear-containment deal with the United States and other countries in Geneva…. he Daily Caller reported Monday that Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, celebrated the deal and praised his nation’s ability to legitimize its nuclear program.

Obama Betrays American Pastor Tortured By Iran
Excerpt: President Obama had a choice. He could either stand with the Islamic Republic of Iran or he could stand with Saeed Abedini, the American Christian pastor they are currently torturing.

Wife of imprisoned pastor says family devastated after Iran deal fails to secure his release
Excerpt: The wife of imprisoned American pastor Saeed Abedini says she and her family are devastated after learning that the Obama administration did not try to secure the release of her husband as part of the newly signed deal on Iran's nuclear program. 

Excerpt: At least three Salafi jihadists were killed during clashes this evening with Israeli forces in the Hebron area. The Salafi jihadists were part of a cell that has been preparing to carry out a series of attacks against Israeli targets and the Palestinian Authority in the "coming days," an IDF spokesperson told The Long War Journal.

Worth Reading: The World of English Freedoms: It's no accident that the English-speaking nations are the ones most devoted to law and individual rights. By Daniel Hannan
Excerpt: British exceptionalism, like its American cousin, has traditionally been held to reside in a series of values and institutions: personal liberty, free contract, jury trials, uncensored newspapers, regular elections, habeas corpus, open competition, secure property, religious pluralism. The conceit of our era is to assume that these ideals are somehow the natural condition of an advanced society—that all nations will get around to them once they become rich enough and educated enough. In fact, these ideals were developed overwhelmingly in the language in which you are reading these words. You don't have to go back very far to find a time when freedom under the law was more or less confined to the Anglosphere: the community of English-speaking democracies. (You may have to Google the title. ~Bob)

The Sides Are Forming for the Coming Civil War
Excerpt: What is going on today in America is all about choosing sides. There are clear lines being formed in the United States. The recruiting pool consists of the Department of Homeland Security, the American military, local law enforcement, ... (A group that has been left out of the article - Vietnam Vets -- Left out because the majority have already decided and will honor their oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign or domestic, or left out because in the grand scheme of things they are considered unimportant? MM. I don't expect a classic civil war, with two sides. I expect collapse, with local warlords, roving gangs, crime, violence, death and chaos, with decent folks trying, and often failing, to survive. ~Bob)

Excerpt: Do you all recall a time three years ago when Obama tried to pass the Cap and Trade bill? That was the bill that pretty much banned the use of coal based energy, imposed an energy surtax on every phase of manufacturing and would have tripled your home energy bills. Both Democrats and Republicans refused to support such a bill, citing the massive inflation that would be infused into every product and service, and further citing the fact that 70 percent of our energy comes from coal, and, to date, America has no substitute for coal based energy. Well, I try to stay up to date on what Obama's big government is doing, but I was a bit shocked to learn that , once again, Obama has circumvented Congress and ordered his Environmental Protection Czar to begin imposing fines, fees and surtaxes on all coal based energy beginning 1 June 2014.

Excerpt: A horse pulling an Amish buggy was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting Sunday night in rural Lancaster Co., police said. A bullet wound stained the horse’s torso. The horse died before a veterinarian could arrive. (huh. And I thought that "Amish Mafia" reality show was a joke. ~Bob)

Bachmann Uncorks On Obama, Armageddon: Has choice words for president''s nuke deal with Iran
Excerpt: ”It is a blunder of such great proportion, history will record it’s folly,” she ruefully predicted…. “Now Israel must secure not only her destiny, but she may have to save the world from an Islamic-inspired nuclear Armageddon,” she observed ominously…. In an interview with the Post, she said the looming deal with Iran would not just be bad for Israel, it would be “suicidal” for the world. (POTUS tie color changed from red with black suit to blue with black suit. Likewise, all our local TV personalities on news now wearing black/blue versus red/black. Gee….Googled colors and could mean “imminent nuclear threat with mass fatalities…” No one pays attention to Bachman; they’ve written her off…Barb. I think the tie color means, "Pay attention to the nice tie, not the lie. ~Bob)

Back to the stone age: Afghanistan 'plans to reintroduce public stoning as punishment for adultery.'
Excerpt: Afghanistan is planning to reintroduce public stoning as punishment for adultery 12 years after the Taliban was ousted from power, according to a new draft penal code.
The move has shocked human rights campaigners and will dismay donors who have poured billions of pounds into the country for reconstruction. (The Qur'an and Hadith require execution for adultery. If a girl says she was raped, and cannot produce four male Muslims as witnesses, she is then fond guilty of adultery, as she admits she has had sex, but according to Allah, it wasn't rape unless there are four witnesses. ~Bob)

Excerpt: The two ALA lawyers who spoke (despite the library’s own policy of only allowing one speaker per group) defended the library’s decision to offer unfiltered access while never mentioning the specifics of what that really means: access to bestiality, identity theft, pedophiles accessing children online via chat rooms, and much more. Many people have asked how is it possible that public libraries defend men watching porn near children as if the library is some sort of adult theater without dark curtains or an age limit. The ALA’s answer is: “freedom of information.”

Obama Admin Moves Vatican Embassy, Citing Security Concerns
Teach them to complain about Obamacare. ~Bob. Excerpt: The Obama administration has decided to shut down the free-standing American embassy to the Holy See….. The move is being justified as a result of the security reviews that followed the attacks on our embassy in Benghazi last year but five former American envoys are strenuously objecting, reports John Allen of the National Catholic Reporter : Justified primarily on the grounds of enhanced security, the move is described by former U.S. Ambassador James Nicholson, who's also a former Secretary of Veterans Affairs in the Bush administration and a former chair of the Republican National Committee, as a "massive downgrade" in U.S./Vatican ties. (Comment listed on site: “A glorious site would be millions of Muslims boarding ships back to Mecca carrying a liberal under each arm.” --Barb. I'd pay to see a ship try to sail to Mecca...~Bob)

Report: Half of new HIV cases in Greece from 2009-2011 self-inflicted to get benefits
Excerpt: A case study contained within a lengthy World Health Organization report reviewing the health inequities among European countries says Greeks may be contracting HIV intentionally in order to go on public assistance. According to the “case study” contained in the report “Review of social determinants and the health divide in the WHO European Region: final report,” while suicides, homicide, and thefts increased during the Greek economic crisis, so too did the rate of HIV infection — about half of which the report says were likely self-inflicted to obtain benefits. (Talk about desperate time, desperate measures. ~Bob)

Climate talks end with the promise of climate ‘reparations’ to poor countries
Excerpt: Nearly 200 countries hope to bring the world closer to reaching a more comprehensive agreement in 2015, including funding to poor countries for the damages caused by global warming….Last week, more than 130 nations walked out of the negotiations as rich countries — including the U.S., Australia and the European Union — opposed creating a separate mechanism to dole out funds for “loss and damage” from global warming to poor countries. However, diplomats compromised as the talks officially ended on Friday and agreed to compensate poor countries under current treaties while not setting up a new institution to handle such a task. (Socialist global redistribution of your tax dollars. --Barb)

Sen. Sessions slams Obama, CEOs on immigration
Excerpt: Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions wants wealthy CEOs to butt out of immigration policy. “America is not an oligarchy… A Republic must answer to the people,” Sessions said today, in a direct response to President Barack Obama’s latest effort to get wealthy California CEOs to increase their support for his unpopular push for increased immigration. “Congressional leaders must forcefully reject the notion, evidently accepted by the president, that a small cadre of CEOs can tailor the nation’s entire immigration policy to suit their narrow interests,” Sessions declared in a populist statement that contradicts the media’s image of Republican coziness with CEOs.

All great peoples are conservative. --Thomas Carlyle

Obama’s Asia ‘Rebalancing’ Weighted Heavy in China’s Favor: Before China seized airspace over the weekend, Congress learned how the PRC is rocketing toward military superiority and its new world order.
President Obama’s “rebalancing” toward Asia is already severely off-kilter as China barrels toward military superiority, bullies its way to territorial control and lengthens its manipulative reach far beyond its continent. As administration negotiators were busy trying to rush a deal with Iran on Saturday, China announced that it had established an East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone over the disputed Senkaku Islands also claimed by Japan. Under the new rules, all aircraft must get clearance from Chinese authorities or face a military reaction from PRC authorities guarding the zone.

China Sends Aircraft Carrier to South China Sea for Training
Excerpt: China has sent its only aircraft carrier on a training mission in the South China Sea, where Beijing is engaged in tense territorial disputes with several of its neighbors. (well, look who's on Yankee Station now. ~Bob)

Planned Parenthood Nearly Kills Woman, Gave Her Birth Control Shots During Undiagnosed Pregnancy
Excerpt: The two things you expect Planned Parenthood to be good at, diagnosing unplanned pregnancies so they can be targeted for abortion, and administering birth control, are the subject of a medical malpractice lawsuit filed by a Tacoma woman in December of 2012.

Obama donor Haim Saban bemoans lack of valet parking at the White House

Problems of the One Percent. ~Bob

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