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New part of culture jam for life site: Pro-life quotes

Saturday, August 21st, 2010

Check out a new part of a site of culture jam for life: pro life quotes! They are collecting philosophical, scientific, and religious quotes promoting life, so feel free to e-mail them some as well.

Glenn Beck: Obama, Health “Care” Takeover, and Eugenics

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

I’ve studied eugenics for over 10 years, and it’s sad how many of the “progressives” were and are all about eugenics, whether it was Margaret Sanger the founder of Planned Parenthood, Lawrence Lader the population control advocate and NARAL co-founder, or Obama science advisor, the fascist John Holdren who advocated forced abortion and involuntary sterilizations through the water supply!

Anyway, I saw that Glenn Beck was shedding some light on how most eugenicists have been and are “progressives”:

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Pro-Abort Attacks Pro-Life Protestor, episode #345,645

Sunday, January 6th, 2008

World Net Daily has an article about another attack by a pro-abortion extremist against those who practice their freedom of speech and question the killing of children. This happens quite often although the media ignore it.

Pro-life activists are calling for an investigation into – and possibly prosecution of – police officers who responded to a severely injured abortion clinic sidewalk counselor, but then allowed his suspected attacker to leave the scene.

“It is unbelievable that an officer would allow an attacker to go free after inflicting life-threatening injuries on an elderly gentleman, then threaten to arrest the witness to the crime,” said Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue.

“That was not only unprofessional conduct, but it showed a fundamental lack of respect for Mr. Snell’s life and beliefs. She should face serious discipline.”

The attack happened just before Christmas, as Ed Snell, 69, was trying to counsel women entering the Hillcrest Abortion Center in Harrisburg, Pa., according to witnesses at the scene.

The “police” officer, obviously a person who should be fired and thrown into jail for obstructing justice, let the assailant walk away!

Pro-aborts act violently against pro-lifers, or just threaten it like here, from

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Reasons NOT to vote for Mike Huckabee

Saturday, December 15th, 2007

Another presidental candidate from Arkansas who
plays an instrument and can play the masses, too.

All this hoopla about Mike Huckabee is a joke. Why? Just go to any conservative or liberal magazines, blogs, or even pick up a newspaper and see why. Educate yourself. Huckabee is lauded as some conservative, but he’s for higher taxes, soft on crime (he once even let a rapist out of jail, who later killed a woman), and is for porous and uncontrollable borders. But it’s not just conservatives who have a problem with him. Liberals point out that Huckabee once advocated rounding up people with AIDS and locking them up, even though AIDS is not transmitted through the air which might justify a quarantine; it requires sexual or IV/blood contact to transmit. Liberals also point out that Huckabee has even refused to sign off on aid for disaster relief for victims of a natural disaster.

It’s awesome that Huckabee is pro-life and wants to expand children’s healthcare (as long as it’s done the right way). Abortion is disgusting and the killing of an innocent human being. Huckabee is, in fact, a conservative in other ways, such as supporting punishment of murderers, and having a personal faith which may affect policies as long as it doesn’t establish a national religion (one reason America was founded was so that people could not be persecuted for worshipping their way, and a national religion is unconstitutional). But Romney, Guiliani, Thompson, and even… I can’t believe I’m saying it, but even Ron Paul would be a better choice.

Here’s a few reasons why NOT to support Huckabee. Some of the links are to conservative blogs, while others are links to liberal blogs. I don’t agree with everything on their sites, especially the anti-Christian bias on the Huffington Post. But we can still take the few rational points they make to learn more.

Huckabee has unethically given state jobs to people who gave him gifts.

He’s for open and uncontrollable borders, where we don’t know who is crossing the border (including those from terrorist-sponsoring states like Syria) and is for letting people jump to the head of the line just because they broke the law, instead of having them wait like everyone else who immigrated legally. See here, here, here, here, and here. He’s even compared people who oppose uncontrolled and illegal immigration as members of the KKK, trying to make it into a racial issue and using ad hominem attacks instead of debating rationally. He has recently flip-flopped, contradicting what he did as governor. I don’t trust it.

He also said that he’s the best candidate to fight islamic fascism, simply because he has a theology degree. I’m not making this up.

Huckabee is for big government and a nanny state. He imposed a 47% tax increase on Arkansas taxpayers when he was governor.

Huckabee advocated rounding up people with AIDS so they couldn’t infect everyone else. The biggest problem is that AIDS can’t be transferred by normal contact but only by sexual contact, IV drug use, or if a person with an open wound was playing a sport, for example. I don’t know anyone with AIDS (that I know of) but I don’t think we should treat them like animals just because they have the disease. Rounding up people with a disease that is NOT like some superflu bug that can travel through the air but has to be passed in specific ways is crazy. See here and here.

Huckabee also “refused to sign off on disaster relief legislation that would have prevented insurance companies from weaseling out of their claims, because catastrophic weather events were referred to as ‘acts of God.’” Why not help people after a natural disaster?

Huckabee was directly involved in letting convicted rapist Wayne Dumond out of jail. Dumond was 35 and already suspected in a rape and a murder, but the charges didn’t stick. Duman raped a 17-year-old teenager. Even BILL CLINTON refused to grant him clemency. Huckabee, on the other hand, let him out of jail. After getting out of jail, Dumond went on to murder one and possibly two women. See Seattle Times’ story here.

Democrats know they can beat Huckabee. They’re even waiting for him to get the nomination and then be easily beaten by any Democrat. See Drudge’s scoop here.

But hey, Chuck Norris is endorsing Huckabee, so why don’t you? Forget all this stuff, don’t think, just vote! </sarcasm>

Now for a break from politics… 
On an unrelated note, here some links to some nice holiday songs by some nice bands. Just right-click and “save target as” so you can save them to your computer:

Death Cab, Baby, Please Come Home

Coldplay, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Pedro the Lion, I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day

Feist, Lo How a Rose Ere Blooming

Planned Parenthood and Population Control

Monday, December 10th, 2007


Dawn Eden has a story on international Planned Parenthood campaigns. Michelle Malkin also covers it.

Many people don’t know about how Planned Parenthood was founded by eugenicists with Nazi ties, and the population control ideology is the primary ideology behind the legalization of abortion on demand, NOT a right for women. All early feminists from Susan B. Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Alice Paul Walker were ALL pro-life. Only later were “feminists” hoodwinked by the population control advocates like Margaret Sanger and Alan Guttmacher. See and sign up on the mailing list to be notified once the pro-life book is published that covers a little bit about this in the investigative book.

New Pro-life Blog at Culture Jam for Life

Sunday, December 9th, 2007

Culture Jam for Life has a new pro-life blog and the layout is really nice, the theme they use. Be sure to sign up on the mailing list to be notified once culture jam for life’s pro-life book is out.

Pro-Life Susan B. Anthony List Announces Candidates

Sunday, November 25th, 2007


SBA List Announces Early 2008 Candidate Endorsements

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 19, 2007 CONTACT: (703) 875-3370

Washington, D.C. – Today the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund, a national pro-life Political Action Committee, announced a special early round of congressional candidate endorsements for the 2008 election cycle:

Melissa Hart (PA-04)

Robert Latta (OH-05)

Sue Myrick (NC-09)

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-18)

Jim Ryun (KS-02)

Jean Schmidt (OH-02)

Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund President Marjorie Dannenfelser commented on the early endorsements:

“The Susan B. Anthony List is proud to endorse these dedicated pro-life leaders who need our support more than ever to represent all Americans, born and unborn, in the halls of Congress.”

Several of the endorsed candidates face early challenges in the 2008 cycle. Robert Latta is the Republican candidate for the upcoming December 11th Special Election to replace the late Paul Gillmor in Ohio’s 5th district. Incumbent Representative Jean Schmidt will confront a primary challenge in March of next year. Former Representatives Hart and Ryun expect to engage in competitive primary races in April and August, respectively, as they seek to regain their seats in Congress.

“Susan B. Anthony List members are eager to support dedicated pro-life heroes when they need it most — right now,” said Dannenfelser. “The consequences of disengagement are dire. The lives of women and their unborn babies are on the line, and the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund is ready to defend them at the ballot box.”

Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund endorsements are posted on the newly launched website,, which allows Susan B. Anthony List members to bundle contributions for endorsed candidates, access political updates about key Congressional races, register to vote and engage in pro-life advocacy efforts.

The Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund will continue to consider pro-life congressional and statewide candidates for endorsement throughout 2008. The SBA List Candidate Fund supports pro-life female candidates, as well as pro-life male candidates who run against pro-choice female candidates. The next round of endorsements is scheduled to be announced in early 2008.

The Susan B. Anthony List is a nationwide network of Americans, over 142,000 residing in all 50 states, dedicated to mobilizing, advancing, and representing pro-life women in politics. Its connected Candidate Fund increases the percentage of pro-life women in the political process.

Personhood and Abortion

Sunday, September 30th, 2007

The pro-abortion, evil ideology that some human beings can be killed for a variety of reasons first relied on the unborn not being life, though that’s obviously scientifically false. Then the pro-aborts turned to lying again and said unborn children aren’t human, but that’s a Big Lie as well. So then they turned to “personhood,” but that’s nonsensical as well, since the same criteria could be applied to newborns (as it has, by people like Peter Singer when it comes to newborns and infants, and even older children have been killed and those murders have been defended by people like Newsweek columnist Anna Quindlen, who mocked those who were disgusted by Andrea Yates’ drowning of her five helpless children). World Net Daily recently commented on the whole “personhood” fallacy as well.

Note: I say “pro-life” because pro-life people are not just against abortion but also infanticide, killing unborn children for their organs and tissues (something Clinton allowed as one of his first acts as president), and many pro-life people are also conservative, a category of people who give more of their money away to charities and the starving than any other type of person). I say “pro-abortion” because “pro-choice” is an incomplete description. Pro-choice to what? Pro-choice to pick a cell phone plan? No. If you were pro-choice to own a slave, then you’d be pro-slavery, even if you could never own a slave yourself. It’s interesting to note that slavery was defended on “privacy” grounds. In ancient Rome, the father could kill his children, in the name of Patria Potens, the head of the household, and was seen as a privacy right. Now it’s just changed to the mother being able to kill her children. It’s no coincidence that in Roe v. Wade the pro-abortion judges referenced what ancient civilizations believed about ensoulment than what modern science tells us today. I do believe in the soul, and it begins at conception as well, though one does not have to believe in the soul to be pro-life. Noted pro-life atheists include Nat Hentoff, feminist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and writers George Orwell and Pearl S. Buck. But of course most pro-life people believe in God and therefore right and wrong.

SCIENTIFIC FACT: Life begins at conception
MORAL TRUTH: It’s wrong to kill innocent human beings.

Put those together and you realize anything but being pro-life is being part of a selfish, disgusting, and evil ideology.

Becky Garrison the anti-Christian propagandist

Thursday, July 26th, 2007

So on our Common Sense Journal myspace profile we got a friends request from Becky Garrison, the leftist “Christian” who has written a book that supposedly picks on both left wing and right wing Christians. From her myspace profile:

In my book Red and Blue God, Black and Blue Church, I take aim at the battles between the warring political factions in America’s churches and illuminates both the plank in the Religious Right’s eye as well as the speck that blinds the Progressive Left.

The weird thing is is that I’ve already gotten a friends request from her on 4 or 5 different myspace profiles I run for other political organizations or religious web sites. Is she sitting there adding people all day? Or using a friend add bot?

I accepted her friends request and posted a comment. I said basically that who is she to say who has the speck and who has the plank in the eye? What’s worse, killing a baby via abortion or newborn murder (born alive infants) or throwing a baby into the dumpster (a left wing “virtue”), or wanting to lower taxes, a more conservative virtue? Isn’t it conservatives who have the speck, since they are at least not advocating murder and are for responsibility, and leftists who have the plank, who advocate abortion and are soft on crime such as murder and rape and try to find excuses to blame society or the victim?

What about conviction, the concept of sin and redemption, and personal responsibility?

I don’t necessarily toe the line on some Republican issues, for example, I am for the right for people to defend their house with a gun, but not for assault weapons. Not surprisingly, gnostic-”Christian” Brian McLaren has enorsed her book as well as a web site called Landover Baptist that bashes the church using the Straw Man fallacy, but doesn’t offer any good examples of a church. I also asked as a side note if she uses a Friend Adder bot since I’ve gotten so many requests from her on multiple profiles.

I predicted she wouldn’t approve the comment, since leftists only are tolerant if you agree with them, and therefore are not tolerant at all.

The next day she wrote back, after of course not approving the comment:

I don’t use a bot adder but add sites that I feel might want to dialogue – if you don’t want people adding you, then you can set your settings to private. BG

No duh! I didn’t mind the friend invite and I actually approved and commented. So I wrote back, paraphrase:

Becky Garrison:

I didn’t mind your friend invite, I was just wondering why you keep adding all these different profiles I run, and if you use a spambot or something. You say you want to dialogue, so then why didn’t you approve the comment? Do you only approve comments from atheists/leftists/gnostic christians, or people who disagree with you as well? Do you only appove comments that bash Christians? You didn’t approve our comment, but you approved a comment that featured a person throwing the cross into a garbage can. Interesting.

You don’t want dialogue, otherwise you would have e-mailed me and approved the comment. Feel free to post a comment on our profile, and we can respond for dialogue.

I didn’t hear back, so I went to my sent folder and noticed that she had blocked me. So much for “dialogue.” She doesn’t add people she wants to dialogue with, but rather she adds people to hawk her book that bashes anyone who is a follower of Christ who is also conservative and not a leftist. And if you post any dissention to her leftist and misguided/ignorant dogma on her myspace, she blocks you.

She wouldn’t approve a comment with meaningful dialogue about how she cherry picks from the bible and only quotes verses that agree with her leftist dogma (not really any verses like that, but they can be taken out of context and twisted to “fit” leftist stance. The devil tried to use scripture for his purposes as well). But Garrison approved the comment of a person throwing away the cross in a trash can, as well as these comments, all on her profile as of July 26, 2007, many of which are from many months ago. She could have deleted them or not approve them:

becky garrison myspace sicko
A person named Nick left this comment yesterday, which Garrison approved. Apparently Garrison’s version of “Christianity” involves torturing people. Interesting.

whores of babylon
The whores of babylon were sure to post a comment.

sex workers show
Garrison allowed the Sex Workers organization to promote their porn and prostitution on her myspace page. Didn’t Jesus say “go and sin no more” to the prostitute? Oh wait that would require common sense and a moral guide.

Bush featured as a mullet-wearing inbred.

smoking pot
Garrison let someone promote illegal drugs on her profile as well.

Someone supporting Fidel Castro the communist dictator and comparing some conservatives to a fictional villain from G.I. Joe commented this idiocy.

sicko porn promoting
Garrison let this “pornifier” promote himself on her profile, saying he has written a “sacrilegous work” that is pornographic.

Another bong company.

Comparing Bush to the devil is an lazy way of not actually debating.

Another violence-advocating image, this one features a bear mauling President Bush.

Uh oh, cue the obligatory leftist anti-Semitism! I wonder if Garrison owns a copy of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.


Garrison approved a photo that makes fun of a girl crying.

Garrison let her profile promote a video that compares black people to monkeys.


Atheists promoting themselves and comparing a belief in a higher power to a belief in a flying plate of spaghetti.

An image that makes fun of handicapped people, or is an advertisement for a spambot friend adder?

atheist idiots
An atheist promoting his site on Garrison’s profile calling Jesus Christ a “superfraud.”

sex workers
Yet another advertisement for a pornography business.

An image falsely stating that America is the biggest purveyor of violence in the world. Actually, Islamic terrorism is.

So to summarize, Garrison pretends to be tolerant but only tolerates porn, dehumanization of women through prostitution, militant atheism, anti-Christian, and anti-Semitic comments but won’t approve a comment that challenges her misguided/errant leftist dogma. She doesn’t add people to dialogue, but rather to hawk her book, even if those people she adds aren’t people but just other spammers.

Law and Order Extreme Abortion Bias

Tuesday, July 10th, 2007

I like the show Law and Order, but sadly they’ve succumbed to spewing left-wing propaganda instead of creating a quality show now. An episode tonight features some stereotypical “fundamentalists” who make a joke about AIDS and are also have a sign that states, “Murder of the Unborn.”

Of course this fictional show is based on fiction. In reality, most pro-lifers care for both unborn AND born life. There are many pro-life liberals as well, such as Nat Hentoff, Mary Meehan, and of course organizations such as Feminists for Life.

There are those persons of lower intelligence who buy into this crap though, that all pro-life people, or even a majority of them, are hateful. In reality, most pro-aborts are hate-driven, from sending hate mail to talking about eating fetuses and uploading “humorous” videos of aborted children to YouTube, where these ghouls joke about it in the comments. It’s sick and evil.