Archive | August 16, 2019

This is not a word….

“You can create all the words you would like as you enjoy your next bowl of Alphabet Soup….but Pro-Choice should not be one of them. The opposite of Pro-Life is Pro-Death…so call it what is is.”

-Sheila Tolley-

National Pro-Life Alliance

Abortionists will do whatever it takes to get women to agree to an abortion.

And after they have persuaded a woman to come in with false assurances that her baby is “just tissue,” the last thing they’ll do is let her leave their clutches.

Jessica experienced that horrifying reality firsthand.

After the abortionist injected her 28-week-old baby boy with a lethal dose of digoxin — a poison that abortionists use to subject unborn babies to a heart attack — he instructed Jessica to return to his abortion mill the next day to finish the job.

But in her hotel room that night, Jessica could feel her child flailing around inside of her, struggling to survive.

So when the abortionist called her the next day to demand why she hadn’t returned to his abortion mill,Jessica had already resolved to choose life.

“I’m going to the ER,” she sobbed into the telephone. “I want to save my baby.”

But the abortionist wouldn’t hear it.

Furious, he drove to her hotel, drugged and sedated her, and dragged her back to the abortion mill.

Tear-streaked and dizzy, Jessica struggled to get away, but despite her pleas the abortionist forced her onto the operating table and injected her baby with another lethal dose of digoxin.

So the next time you hear that abortion proponents make women’s health their first concern, remember Jessica’s nightmare.

Remember also, the 62 million beautiful babies who were cheated out of life, silently pleading for us to end the barbarism and overturn the disastrous Roe v. Wade decision.

It’s up to you and me to speak for the unborn.

For Life,

Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance




The Editor:  Will you be giving away any secrets, LL ?

Voodoo Cat:  Not as many as that Assistant FBI Director of Counter Intelligence.   It’s no wonder the terrorist bombed us on 9-11-01.  The FBI was counting letters in the alphabet and throwing chicken bones all over DC trying to foretell the future.  It’s a shame Hubert H. Humphrey is dead.

TE:  What are some of the things that you can tell our loyal readers ?

Magic Cat:  All of our cub-reporters go thru this intensive training course.

After training they must show professionalism and accuracy like these examples.  The first one does not refer to any Presidential candidates.

Once the basics are worked out we set aside any personal differences and get to work.  This  is not about Nancy Pelosi and AOC.

We encrypt every article so they can’t be hacked.

That’s  it,  except doing what all the  MSM does.  We use rumor and lies.


From: Hank Ashmore

The Deplorable Infidel




Alexander Hamilton and others gave three reasons why a Bill of Rights was not necessary (Federalist Papers No. 84).

  1. The Constitution is a declaration of rights from beginning to end. Nearly 300 rights are pinpointed in the document itself, as this study has demonstrated.
  2. Under our limited form of government , with only twenty specific enumerated powers granted to the federal government, there is absolutely no authority included to regulate or invade a citizen’s freedom of religion, freedom of press, freedom to assemble, or freedom to petition. Neither is there any federal authority granted to register or confiscate firearms, invade the privacy of citizens, quarter troops in the homes of the people, deprive a citizen of his common-law rights when charged with a crime, impose cruel or unusual punishment, or deprive citizens of any powers not specifically delegated to the government.
  3. In addition, as Hamilton pointed out, there was danger in making a list of individual rights because under the law any rights accidentally left off the list might be presumed to be forfeited.

In spite of all this, however, the people insisted on a Bill Of Rights. They feared, from bitter experience in the past, that the courts or government executives might somehow twist the meanings of certain words in the Constitution so as to deprive them of their rights, precisely as King George and his officers had done. This is why George Mason, a leading patriot from Virginia, declared that he would rather have his right hand chopped off than sign a Constitution without a Bill of Rights.

Just as the Founding Fathers feared, regardless of the Bill of Rights, the courts and government executives have twisted the meanings of certain words in the Constitution to satisfy their agenda. Thomas Jefferson wrote: “The Constitution is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please.”

As liberals contemplate the possibility of a conservative majority on the Court that could last for a decade or more, given President’s appointment of two young conservatives, court packing is developing into a major subject of debate. Candidates competing in the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries are considering the idea to varying degrees. Some have argued for adding justices to the court, while others have embraced the idea of term limits for justices. Still others have focused on ways to depoliticize what they believe has become a partisan court. (No justice on the Court is more partisan than Ruth Bader Ginsburg.) Democrat’s warning: Heal or face restructuring.



“If our country is to survive and prosper, we must summon the courage to condemn and reject the liberal agenda, and we had better do it soon.” –Walter Williams–



Joe Biden’s real problem, apart from just not being very bright, is a lack of acting ability. We’ve known since at least JFK that presentation, including physical appearance, may matter more in public life than any other single attribute. Joe Biden has the physical appearance part down but lacks any sense of what to do after that. So he is gradually talking himself out of any shot at being president.



“We can’t all be heroes because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by.”

Will Rogers