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Planned Parenthood defenders constantly say that abortions only compose "3% of services." Using PP's own information, I found that although abortion is only 3% of services, abortions provide more than half of PP's revenue. That's why ex PP employees reveal the constant pressure to get women to have abortions. It's their cash cow. They tout "pre-natal care," yet out of 100 women who enter a Planned Parenthood clinic, 97 of them will have an abortion. When they can't be honest about what business they're in, you know something's wrong.
Oh, I understand that. I'm referring to kicking their behinds in the courts. To me, victory is to crush our enemies, see them driven before us, and to hear the lamentation of their women. Only then will American life once again regain its sanity. Dr. Adams's victory may prove the first step toward achieving that.
It's about time. Perhaps this decision will serve as a precedent for future challenges to discrimination against conservatives, and thus give courage to those suffering from such discrimination. Congratulations to Dr. Adams.
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My Message to Girls: Be Bossy!

wordkyle Wrote: Mar 14, 2014 8:51 AM
Dear Ms. Malkin - So you believe that you don't need the approval of this 50-something white male? Well guess what -- you have it anyway. I hope my three daughters learn, as you did, to better speak up and stand up for themselves in this world, without having to resort to banning language with which they disagree. And if ever anyone describes one of them as "bossy," I hope that it's not because they've been assertive and confident -- but because they've maybe overstepped the line into micro-management. And I hope it's to their face so they can consider if they've treated another person badly. (By the way, these are the same things I wish for my sons.)
The question "how are beginning workers and poor people supposed to advance economically?" has already been answered. The answers are within the Heritage Foundation's three "golden rules": (1) graduate from high school; (2) marry before having children; and (3) get a job -- any job. Nothing dramatic, but Democrat polices are designed to make people who violate these rules more comfortable with their choices.
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Shrinkage: Obama’s Second-Term Disaster

wordkyle Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 12:48 PM
Yet the "ratchet effect" continues. The Liberal agenda has made great strides during his tenure. Even with the election of a serious Conservative president and Republican Congress, the government machine will continue forward, albeit at a slower pace. Eventually, that machine *will* undo America. There seems to be no solution, because politicians don't get (re-)elected by telling citizens what government is not going to do for them. Getting elected and governing should not be done by the same people.
Wendy's is the typical female Democrat success story, as exemplified by Hillary Clinton: "Marry a man whose coattails you can ride and who will provide you with opportunity, and you, too, can go far!"
Great advice, Giles. It ain't like working for the A-J, is it? (Yep, having lived in or near the Hub City my whole life I'm familiar with your earlier work.) Thanks and congrats on all you've done for the Conservative cause.
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Has the President Been Lying?

wordkyle Wrote: Nov 02, 2013 7:56 AM
At least now it's becoming more clear what Obama meant when he told Medvedev that he'd "have more flexibility after the election." His version of the truth has become extremely flexible. In his own mind, Obama was elected emperor, not president.
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How to Talk to Harry Reid (If You Gotta)

wordkyle Wrote: Oct 16, 2013 8:57 PM
The floor of the Senate and the floor of the House are where such points should be made, yet D.C. Republicans consistently fail to do so. (With a few exceptions here and there; e.g., Cruz's 21-hour crusade.) They don't have to attack Democrats personally; however, they should destroy the Democrat nonsense point-by-point. None of it should be allowed to stand unchallenged OFFICIALLY.
"They conserve what is, even if it's bad." - That's not conservatism, that's idiocy. Conservatism believes in change; healthy change is necessary for preservation -- but *prudent* change, "gradual and discriminatory," as Kirk puts it, "never unfixing old interests at once." The obvious negative example is Obamacare, which destroys the medical insurance market based on the Democrat "whim of the month." The reason government programs are so difficult to undo is that politicians have to be re-elected. Taking things away from voters is much harder to sell than giving away other people's money.
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