In early December, an Oklahoma abortion doctor was arrested after an undercover sting revealed that he was offering to perform abortions on women who were not pregnant.
News reports indicate that undercover agents set up appointments with 62-year-old Nareshkumar Patel where they say he administered ultrasounds and pregnancy tests and then told them they were pregnant, when they weren’t.
A copy of the probable cause affidavit against Patel has revealed what the sting uncovered.
According to the document, in June, a medical licensure investigator called Patel’s Oklahoma City abortion clinic, Outpatient Services for Women to schedule an abortion and was told it would cost $620.00. She then went to the clinic and gave them the cash for the abortion. Prior to her visit to the abortion clinic, she confirmed she was not pregnant. The investigator says that abortionist Patel gave her an ultrasound and told her she was “very…
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Scientific knowledge often changes. True science must be tested, validated, and replicated with independent peer review to pass the test. Even then, new scientific discoveries or questions may change, add to, or discredit even the most accepted “scientific facts.”
In The Top 10 Retractions of 2014, A look at this year’s most memorable retractions b (12/23/14), we find that shoddy scientific reports happen every day. If it were not for true scientific skeptics, who investigate and scrutinize research, we would all be duped.
Peer review does not always mean independent and unbiased peer review. The Planned Parenthood, Guttmacher, and SIECUS Sex Networks have plenty of “peers” to “review” their “science!” Most of the Planned Parenthood sex-only curricula in our schools today were “evaluated” and “peer reviewed” by the authors or their colleagues who hold to similar Alfred Kinsey ideology.
The late Sex Ed guru, Doug Kirby, is a good example of a researcher who developed and evaluated his own programs. Kirby and his PhD colleagues at Education Training Resources (ETR) have made millions using taxpayer dollars (Federal HIV funding through the CDC) to write sex ed curricula aligned with their ideology, and to package and disseminate (sell) them with government funding to countless school districts in the US and globally. Safer Choices is a “protected sex-only” program developed at ETR and evaluated by Kirby.
So, don’t believe it when schools send out notices to inform you that your child is to be taught “medically accurate” and “age appropriate” sex education. You must become the ‘scientist’ for your child. You must dig deep to find out what is being taught and whether it aligns with your values. The Planned Parenthood Network is counting on you to NOT take the time and effort to do that.
Many state legislators and public school districts are mandating that minors, who cannot legally consent to sex, be taught how to have sex. Is this how we teach alcohol, drugs and tobacco prevention?
Minor students are being taught how to engage in sexual foreplay and sexual intercourse. Activities that would get them suspended or expelled from school if it happened on school property or at a school event.
2015 will usher in more legislation seeking to mandate PP Sex-only Ed in all schools. Beware of any sex ed that does not promote marriage as the best context for sex and/or says that it is “abstinence-only.” They leave off the “until-marriage” hoping you will not notice or care. Marriage does matter!
Advocates of Making a Difference! and Draw the Line/Respect the Line often claim that they are abstinence-only programs, but fail to tell you that these curricula do not teach students how long to be abstinent or in what relationship context sex is healthiest. By omitting marriage they are really saying, wait until you “feel” ready. And, when you are ready…this is how to have sex… This is grooming your child for sex.
We have over 50 years of evidence to show that sex outside of marriage does not end well.
It’s your child. It’s your dime.
The Birth Control Review is a publication of Margaret Sanger’s.
Sanger founded Planned Parenthood and had ties to eugenics and the Klan.
One of the Birth Control Review’s 1939 consulting editor was Clairette Armstrong.
On April 1, 1933, Clairette P. Armstrong, of the Children’s Court of the City of New York, read a paper at the meeting of the New York Branch of the American Psychological Association. The author analyzed the problem in relation to immigration by particular racial groups.
In 1934, Armstrong called for a mental test for immigrants entering the United States. He called the children of immigrants a “deviant” and largely mentally sub-normal children.
Despite her ties to the Klan and to eugenics, the Center for Disease Control lists Margaret Sanger as some sort of heroine.
From the CDC, “Margaret Sanger.
“Sometimes social factors slow progress toward improving health more than lack of awareness or the absence of technology. No 20th century public health achievement demonstrates this more clearly than the struggle to provide women in the United States with safe and effective birth control. Margaret Sanger (September 14, 1879-September 6, 1966) risked scandal, danger, and imprisonment to challenge the legal and cultural obstacles that made controlling fertility difficult and illegal.
“Margaret Louise Higgins was born in Corning, New York, the sixth of 11 children. Her free-thinking father’s politics might have ignited her activism, but watching the process of her mother, aged 50 years, die after 18 pregnancies probably had an even deeper impact. Higgins was a nursing student in 1902 when…
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Within months of taking office, President Barack Obama created the White House Council on Women and Girls. According to the administration, the council was created, “with the explicit mandate to ensure that every agency, department, and office in our federal government with the policies they draft, the programs they create, and the legislation they support takes into account the needs and aspirations of American women and girls.”
Valerie Jarrett was named the Chair and the Executive Director is Christina Tchen.
In 2010, Tina Tchen became Michele Obama’s chief of staff replacing Susan Sher. According to Life News, Tchen previously served as the vice president of the National Organization for Women, a prominent pro-abortion organization.
But Tchen was not the only member of the pro-abortion National Organization for Women ( NOW) that has joined the Obama administration.
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Every station you turn to appears to have a headline which includes the name Al Sharpton.
Sharpton, is the president of the National Action Network and is considered by some to be a spokesperson for issues relating to the Black community. Sharpton has a long history of stirring up the race rhetoric, most recently, in Ferguson, Missouri after the police shooting death of Michael Brown. Sharpton organizers rallied up and down the country where protesters marched and chanted, Black Lives Matter, and Hands up don’t shoot in protest.
Shortly after the death of Eric Garner who died during his arrest in New York, Sharpton upped his rhetoric and soon the “I can’t breathe” chants were heard around the nation.
Sharpton and his protesters have been supported by the Obama administration, the Mayor of New York and others.
Given that the heated rhetoric may have provoked a lone…
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A woman who will be testifying at a press conference outside a Michigan abortion clinic got her courage to come forward after reading this blog.
Pro-lifers will call for a permanent end to a Lathrup Village abortion clinic when they gather in front of the Women’s Center of Southfield on Tuesday. The clinic is owned by abortionist Jacob Kalo and abortions are performed by abortionist Reginald Sharpe.
In 2013, this blogger posted this story: Ambulance removes woman from Michigan abortion clinic, detailing an ambulance being summoned to the Summit Medical Services abortion clinic in Detroit, where Reginald Sharpe worked at the time.
At the time of that Blog post, Sharpe had been sued at least five times.
The patient, who was injured from the abortion Sharpe performed on her, stumbled onto the Saynsumthn’s blog post.
While there she saw a series of comments from a a woman who claimed she…
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A Washington State abortion clinic chain advertises that they offer women bereavement resources and services and grief counseling.
What exactly would a woman grieve after having an abortion? Perhaps a baby?
Cedar River abortions clinics have locations in Seattle, Renton, and Tacoma Washington. According to their website, Cedar River Clinics, is operated by the Feminist Women’s Health Center (FWHC), which was founded in Yakima in 1979.
The Renton and Tacoma centers were added when their physician-owners and the name Cedar River Clinics was adopted. The Renton center was purchased in 1991 when abortionist Baird Bardarson retired. In 2014, FWHC acquired Aurora Medical Services and opened the Seattle clinic.
The abortion clinic chain does first and second trimester abortions killing unborn babies that are close to six months gestation.
In a slick marketing scheme, Cedar River offers a variety of compassionate sounding services for women such as:
Private waiting rooms…
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Looking for a unique gift this year? The Unitarian Church has published their Alternative Gift List for 2014.
Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church, in Pasadena California describes themselves as, “a religious community where our focus is on living meaningful lives of service, integrity, and joy.”
It is no secret the so-called church supports abortion and especially Planned Parenthood.
But, I found their list of interest because their first suggestion is a center for abused children.
As you look further down, you note- they also list Planned Parenthood the ultimate unborn child abuser !!!
Abortion kills unborn babies in the most brutal way imaginable. How can people be so blind and heartless as to suggest Planned Parenthood, the number one provider of abortions in the nation?