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Tuesday, 14 November 2017


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It's only logical that the abortion lobby should behave like that. If you have no respect for human life, then you will have no respect for people's opinions.

Still, seeing the implications of other people's depravity is still an eye-opener, isn't it!

While the media has been drooling over the aspect of uncovering a Russian collusion story, little notice has been given to the amount of Judges appointed to the Federal court system. When President Trump took office he had approximately 108 Federal Court vacancies to fill. He has filled over sixty judges of the same caliber as Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. Amy Coney Barrett, a 45-year-old law professor at the University of Notre Dame, is the latest one to be confirmed to a lifetime post on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, a court one level below the Supreme Court.

Looks like Planned Parenthood might be investigated by the F.B.I. for possible illegal selling of aborted baby parts.

Whyaxye is right in the sweet spot when it comes to lack of respect for human life, and here it is innocent human life. Abortion is profitable and a Sacrament for the Left. Abortion on demand is every bit an evil as slavery was in the past. Both are moral scars which may never heal. Both were and are profitable. Enslaving people can never build a lasting healthy society. Aborting the unwanted...eventually to become the not needed...will not build a healthy society.

Judges can only go so far. The mind and heart must change for this to begin to heal.

'Uppers', that's very good news and long overdue.

Yes it is, David, on both counts.

There is this also, the next few months could be interesting. (CNN) US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked senior federal prosecutors to "evaluate certain issues" presented by House Republicans, including alleged ties between the Clinton Foundation and the sale of Uranium One.

The US is big and diverse, but the reasons for the extreme partisanship that's been developing since the 1970's has nothing to do with it. Abortion is now a wedge issue for all sides. It was not always thus:

Politics ain't beanbag.

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