Black Lives Matter. It is a hashtag and a mantra. It is a battle cry in the war on police. But is it more than that? Does it mean anything when the Black Lives Matter (BLM) crowd says, “black lives matter”? The actions of either the activists within the movement or the crowds agitated by their rhetoric do not indicate that black lives matter to BLM.
Kaeley Triller Haver is a 33-year-old mother of two young children. She is also a survivor of sexual trauma. Her abuse — at the hands of a man close to her family — began when she was still in diapers and lasted the first ten years of her life, so she is aware of the need to protect women and girls from the types of men who would prey on them.
Speaking at a press briefing in the Pentagon Briefing Room on June 30, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced that the Defense Department is “ending the ban on transgender Americans in the United States military.”
In what is being hailed as a victory for the pro-life movement, on June 13, a Houston judge dismissed a misdemeanor charge of attempting to buy human organs against David Daleiden, the founder of the Center for Medical Progress (CMP). Daleiden secretly videotaped Planned Parenthood officials in Houston.
“You fundamentally can't change sex.... Transsexualism was invented by psychiatrists,” said former “transsexual” Alan Finch in 2004. This is a truth; however, it has not stopped the advocates of an invented status from trying to change society.
Maya Dillard Smith, the director of the ACLU in Georgia, resigned her position late last month, citing inconsistencies in the organization’s position on transgender bathroom rights. While the ACLU has largely ignored her resignation and conservative media have painted it as a principled stand, the truth is that it indicates that Smith is as inconsistent as the organization she left. It also indicates why the wheels always come off the progressive liberal cart. A house divided cannot stand.
The Australia-based Walk Free Foundation released its 2016 Global Slavery Index on May 31, stating that an estimated 45.8 million people live in modern versions of slavery.
It’s as if we live in The Planet of the Apes, with the overwrought reaction to the recent killing of Harambe the gorilla. The only thing missing is Dr. Zaius complaining about how man is a “warlike creature who gives battle to everything around him.”
Planned Parenthood’s Richards Asserts That Abortion Is Matter of “Economic Security and Opportunity”Written by Warren Mass
In a recent op-ed piece for the woman’s fashion magazine Elle Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, asserted that “reproductive health” — a euphemism for both contraception and abortion — “isn’t a theoretical issue, a social issue, or a distraction — it’s a fundamental issue of economic security and opportunity.”