Now four, yeah four, would be something.
Kermit Gosnell – either by natural causes, the dispatch of a fellow inmate (conviction for injuring a child is not viewed favorably in prison), or through the vehicle of a lethal injection – will die in prison. We’re off to a good start. The abortion juggernaut is in the corner, saying Gosnell’s horrors are the …View full post
Maybe his biggest crime is giving an excuse to tyrants. Footage has emerged from Friday’s lockdown in Boston, where police, federal agents, national guard troops and SWAT teams enforced door to door searches of everyone’s home within twenty blocks as the entire city was placed under orders to stay off the streets. The video, shot …View full post
Now four, yeah four, would be something.
It’s hard to imagine that people who kill children for a living would be disingenuous, but steel yourself.
Kermit Gosnell’s horrific butchery is not even a pretend secret anymore. You’d think the pro-abortion juggernaut would be distancing itself from this rat bas. . . . but I digress. Instead of continuing to profess their mantra about keeping abortion “safe,” they are blaming – you guessed it – prolifers for his plight.
As the good brothers Archbold at Creative Minority Report have noted:
Kate Michelman, the president emeritus of NARAL, says the darnedest things. You know Kermit Gosnell’s abortion house of horrors where he killed babies, killed women and kept body parts as souvenirs in his freezer, yeah all that was pro-lifers fault.
To be precise, Michelman, in a piece that appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, is saying that it’s pro-lifers fault that women went to Gosnell in the first place.
You’re not going to believe this one:
If the charges against Gosnell prove true, he was an outlaw whose practice should have been shut down years earlier. So why did women go to him instead of a more reputable provider?
One former patient at the clinic told a state Senate committee that women in her neighborhood knew Gosnell offered the cheapest abortions available. Another Gosnell patient told the Associated Press that she had intended to go to a Planned Parenthood clinic but was scared away by antiabortion protesters. An acquaintance suggested Gosnell’s clinic, where protesters – ironically – were not an issue.
The evidence suggests a number of factors led women to Gosnell: Medicaid’s refusal to cover most abortions; the scarcity of providers in Pennsylvania; fear of violent protesters; and a right-wing culture that has stigmatized abortion.
Then there’s that bit-o-tripe about legal. Or as they say at the NARAL meetings, “legal smegal.”
Now it’s come to light that the State of Alabama has had to file suit to keep an abortion clinic from continuing to operate illegally. Mike Oliver at AL.com reports that the clinic once closed by Eric Rudolph continues to operate:
The Alabama Department of Public Health today filed a civill complaint in Jefferson County Circuit court seeking to stop the operation of what it says is an unlicensed abortion clinic in Birmingham.
The complaint states that New Woman All Women Health Care on the Southside does not have a license yet it is offering abortions provided by Dr. Bruce Norman.
The state announced last week it was investigating allegations the clinic was performing abortions without a license. The clinic – which is the same one bombed by Eric Rudolph in 1998 – surrendered its license last year after the health department found problems including two cases where patients were given an overdose of a drug and had to be transported to the hospital.
The clinic “is holding itself as an abortion provider through advertising and offering abortion services to the public without a license,” the complaint states.
Brian Hale, deputy general counsel for the state health department, said the state first learned of abortions advertised on the New Woman All Women website and launched an investigation in February after developing information Norman was performing abortions.
But taking a glimpse on the bright side of things, North Dakota is taking some steps to make the killing of unborn children rare, eliminating an unborn child’s Down’s Syndrome status as a death sentence.
You know it can’t be all bad if the New York Times has its drawers in a bunch:
Gov. Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota approved the nation’s toughest abortion restrictions on Tuesday, signing into law a measure that would ban nearly all abortions and inviting a legal showdown over just how much states can limit access to the procedure.
Mr. Dalrymple, a Republican, signed three bills passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature in Bismarck. The most far-reaching law forbids abortion once a fetal heartbeat is “detectable,” which can be as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. Fetal heartbeats are detectable at that stage of pregnancy using a transvaginal ultrasound.
The truth is – and prolifers with at least a couple of brain cells to rub together have always known this – proaborts have never cared a rat’s rear end about safe, legal, or rare.
For some it is purely financial. There are mega bucks on the abortion bandwagon. Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion “provider” in the world, gets about $1,000,000,000 a year in tax money. Not bad in an age of supposed sequestration.
For others, abortion is the blood sacrament to the false god. Make no mistake about it. How else can you possibly explain the pro-abortion zealotry?
Unless and until we understand this reality, we will never be able bring the Kermit Gosnells and Kate Michelmans to the gallows of justice. And we won’t be able to drive abortion into the back alleys where such grisly atrocities belong.
If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, then we as a nation – and a formerly free people – are completely insane.
As a kid growing up, about the only exposure to the ukelele that I ever had with the auditory assault of Tiny Tim singing and playing on the Tonight Show:
Granted, his popularity was largely a freak show type of appeal, but it’s all I remember seeing.
Then they’re is Jake Shimabukuro:
And you won’t even need therapy to get it out of your head.
We’ve seen a lot of footage of the tragic Japan tsunami, but this clip is the most horrifying yet. Entitled “South Sanriku — Tsunami seen from Shizugawa High School,” it’s shot from high ground, but toward the end of the video you can see panicked residents running for their lives.
Almost as dramatic as the video is its audio track, where even if you don’t speak Japanese, you can tell the people are expressing concern at the beginning, but by the end, their voices have reached a high level of panic and horror as they watch their homes washing away.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police cannot bring drug-sniffing police dogs onto a suspect’s property to look for evidence without first getting a warrant for a search, a decision which may limit how investigators use dogs’ sensitive noses to search out drugs, explosives and other items hidden from human sight, sound and smell.
The high court split 5-4 on the decision to uphold the Florida Supreme Court’s ruling throwing out evidence seized in the search of Joelis Jardines’ Miami-area house. That search was based on an alert by Franky the drug dog from outside the closed front door.
Justice Antonin Scalia said a person has the Fourth Amendment right to be free from the government’s gaze inside their home and in the area surrounding it, which is called the curtilage.
“The police cannot, without a warrant based on probable cause, hang around on the lawn or in the side garden, trawling for evidence and perhaps peering into the windows of the home,” Justice Antonin Scalia said for the majority. “And the officers here had all four of their feet and all four of their companion’s, planted firmly on that curtilage — the front porch is the classic example of an area intimately associated with the life of the home.”
He was joined in his opinion by Justices Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan.
Read the rest of the AP story here.
The ‘house of horrors’ abortion clinic went nearly two decades without an inspection and was in a state of squalor, it was revealed in court today as the murder trial for Dr Kermit Gosnell’s clinic goes into its second week.
A Pennsylvania department of health employee testified today that the Philadelphia doctor’s abortion clinic was not inspected by health officials and ‘filthy, corroded’ tubing was used in medical equipment.
Jurors also heard testimony that the clinic’s ‘anesthesiologist’ only had a 6th grade education and that the clinic failed several state regulations.
According to NBC Philadelphia, witnesses testified that the facility at 38th and Lancaster Streets was subject to over-crowding, and had unqualified medical staffers.
One aide was apparently 15 and still in high school.
Last week, the jury heard testimony from Shayquana Abrams, who aborted her baby when she was 17 and nearly 30 weeks pregnant, well beyond the 24-week limit in Pennsylvania.
A medical assistant from Gosnell’s clinic in West Philadelphia has said the baby’s large size and pinkish color disturbed her. She says babies were routinely cut with scissors after delivery.
Continue reading here.
Janet Napolitano is buying up millions of rounds of hollow point bullets. She won’t answer Congress’ questions regarding the purchases and local law enforcement is unable to properly supply themselves because of DHS’s run on the market.
In her defense the Big Sis is promising that the ammo buys are just for target practice. I believe her. But I think I know who she’s going to be using for targets.
I call top bunk.
Jim Carrey shouldn’t give up his day job. Oh, wait, comedy is his day job. So never mind.
Adding his voice to Heir Bloomberg‘s, the supposed funny man made a stupid video.
With that as pretext, the video began with Carrey impersonating the late Charlton Heston appearing on the old country variety show Hee Haw.
After Carrey as Heston made an absurd comment about aliens from another planet, the host introduced a band called “Lonesome Earl and the Clutterbusters.”
Earl of course was played by Carrey who was fronting a band that included an Abraham Lincoln lookalike playing an acoustic bass.
“Charlton Heston movies are no longer in demand,” sang Carrey. “His immortal soul may lay forever in the sand. The angels wouldn’t take him up to heaven like he planned, because they couldn’t pry that gun from his cold dead hand.”
“It takes a cold dead hand to decide to pull the trigger,” Carrey continued. “It takes a cold dead heart, and as near as I can figure, with your cold, dead aim you’re trying to prove your dick is bigger, but we know your chariot may not be swinging low.”
For the record, Carrey just turned 51 in January.
That’s right. The best a 51-year-old man could do was penis size jokes.
And they didn’t stop there as the video devolved into more such tripe until Carrey as Earl gave the camera the finger and Carrey as Heston accidentally shot his foot off as all those on stage laughed.
Did I mention Carrey’s 51?
So, according to Jim, gun owners lack . . . in other regards. What does that make Jim who relies on armed bodyguards to prevent harm to his sissy butt?
The dictator of the nanny state, New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, has attacked big soft drinks and high capacity gun magazines. Ever the totalitarian, he even opined, “I do think there are certain times we should infringe on your freedom.”
So . . . . what to do, what to do. How could I possibly tick off a tyrant? Oh, oh, I know. A high capacity Oreo gun.
Now if we could just make a life sized cut-out target of Jim Carrey.