Thirty-eight years ago today the United States Supreme Court took away the rights of the states to determine the abortion issue. They ‘discovered’ the right to privacy in the United States Constitution and forced abortion on the entire country.
1.) On Wednesday the Senate voted for cloture on SB 510 – “FDA Food Safety Modernization Act.” 2.) However this treaty, which President Carter signed 31 years ago, wants to end discrimination of women as defined by the United Nations.
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, recently said on the Bill Press radio program that the federal government should consider making birth control a priority in the recently signed health care bill because of the “cost savings” of fewer children being born.
Alfred Kinsey was a known homosexual. He tried to hide this behind a marriage and four children, but the truth was known by many. His “work” brought about the sexual revolution. It also contributed to Roe v Wade (it was quoted three times in the decision) and no fault divorce. This homosexual was laying the groundwork for weakening the family and opening the door for the current effort to redefine the natural family.
In 2006 there were 30,000 new HIV infections among men who have sex with men. The politically correct approach to stopping the pandemic of AIDS is not working. Engaging in the homosexual lifestyle must be discouraged, not met with approval.
Senate votes 56 to 43 on Defense Authorization Act – failing to get the needed 60 votes to move the bill forward. Thus efforts to allow open homosexuals to serve in the military and to perform abortions on US military bases has failed. No additional votes until after the November election.
Senator Harry Reid intends to bring the Defense Authorization Act for a vote tomorrow afternoon. Amendments to the bill would lift the ban on open homosexuals in the military, allow abortions on all military bases and extend amnesty to some illegal aliens.
US District Judge for the District of Columbia halts the federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.
Diane Gramley, president of the AFA of PA joined the Susan B. Anthony List “Votes Have Consequences” bus tour in Meadville’s Bicentennial Park on Monday morning.
Due to abortion controversy, the Department of Health and Human Services has been forced to clarify its guidelines for the high-risk insurance pools.