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Kevin Swanson talks about the coming 45th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade and other predictions for 2018



Kevin Swanson talks about the coming 45th anniversary of Roe vs Wade and other predictions for 2018

In his New Year’s Day 2018 podcast, Kevin Swanson reminded his audience that the biggest dates in history are the creation of the word as explained in the book of Genesis, the first coming of Jesus Christ in which he would save us from sin, and the second coming in which Jesus Christ will judge the end of time…yes that will happen in the future. According to Swanson, history is focused on Jesus Christ.

Kevin Swanson calls the ruling of Roe Vs. Wade the worst decision in American history, and he is being proven correct. Since the ruling making abortion aka preborn baby murder legal, over 80 million babies were snuffed out because we as Americans, as humans were told that unborn children are not persons and it is OK to abort/murder them. Sacrificed on the altar of so-called choice and downright selfishness.

In World War II, 6 million Jewish lives were snuffed out because of Hitler’s passion to take them out, and 55 million people died overall at that time. Sadly with the progressive mindset in America’s high places, that number of 80 million is going be overlooked, and will not be viewed as either a holocaust and/or genocide. All in the name of personal gain (and “choice”) especially when it comes to getting sexual pleasure and gratification, and maintaining a belief in evolution which explains God almighty away and tells us that life was created out of random chance. In the end, it is the law of the jungle.

What is worst is that Americans are suffering from issue fatigue regarding the recriminalization of abortion, and/or trying to curb baby murder. The purpose of protesting against abortion/pre-born murder is to remind people of God being the creator and that he sent his son to one day die for our sins and that anyone who believes in Jesus Christ will have eternal life in the kingdom to come. It is God Almighty that gives Life, and due to that fact, you see why abortion is being pushed. Just another way to promote death, and give God the fist and worse the middle finger.

I think Christians and pro-lifers in general should change tactics on abortion issues. We really need to focus on logic and faith more than emotions. This is what got us into the pickle in the first place. In my post-election Roy Moore piece, I mentioned the character Stephanie Douglas Forrester from the long-running daytime drama “The Bold and the Beautiful.”

Come on Roy, don’t be coy only Stephanie Douglas Forrester could have beaten Brooke Logan once and for all…but that is just a silly TV daytime drama. I still love Stephanie’s passion to fight for what she wants, and call Brooke “the slut of the valley.”

I debated writing this up because giving Roy Moore any more attention at this point seems about as counterproductive as a thing can be. But I think it’s turning into a very good object lesson for any conservative voters who are willing to learn it.

Due to portrayer Susan Flannery’s retirement from her longtime role as Stephanie, her character was killed off. Still, we as pro-lifers and/or abortion abolitionists can take a few hints from Stephanie and her strong-willed, manipulative and protective ways; and there are Youtube clips to help us out. While we should have compassion for the women that are truly suffering after having their abortion, and leading them to pro-life pregnancy centers that can truly provide them with healing; the women that are proud of their baby murder like Gloria Steinem should be called out. So when you hear “abortion is a blessing” or women telling you to stay out of their lady parts, you know they are more interested in getting the sex without worry of carrying or procreating a child. Ask Illyse Hogue or Jill Filipovic. They have admitted to this mindset.

We should also call out the men that push their girlfriends and even wives to murder their children growing within them. After all, it was men who wanted to push population control and reduce the birth rate. The men are just as guilty for their selfish sexual desires as much as the women.

If we continue to accept abortion as a way of life, it will be no different than the days when the Nazis sent the Jews to their deaths or when slavery/ownership of certain people was legal in America. We can’t take a “live and let live” stance on this like many millennials have taken, thanks in part of our culture and its push of “situational ethics.” In the end, the tyrants who embrace situational ethics will use that to take out the people they hate with a passion. That could include myself or the persons who are reading this piece, and not just the popular conservative pundits or whatever. Kevin Swanson also points out how our sins may turn out in 2018 and beyond with the predictions he makes in the 2018 podcast. Believe it or not, Swanson predicts Justice Anthony Kennedy will rule in favor of Jack Phillips and Masterpiece Cakeshop out of Denver. Swanson also prays for a much-needed reformation in our world today.

Truth is not relative, and when it comes to pushing progressivism and Marxist ideals this is where the left throws out relativism and pushes certain absolutes. I just sit back and laugh at that. Thank you Mark Levin for pointing that out.


Americans Increasingly Confused on Abortion say they are pro-life, but they don’t want to make that decision for anybody else.  They are so committed to relativism, they cannot see themselves ever holding firmly to a moral absolute on anything. The term “pro-life” is losing its meaning with evangelicals.

We predict that the U.S. Senate will not cut Planned Parenthood funding.  And we include our prognostications for 2018 on this program, and more importantly, our prayers to God for this year.

Someone who wants to be a voice for liberty and freedom. Telecom (Radio/TV) Pikes Peak Community College 1993-1998, BS Journalism, minor Political Science, Colorado State University-Pueblo 1999-2004

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President Trump on Roe v. Wade



President Trump on Roe v Wade

Most of the quotes we post here are longer than 17-words, but when the quote is this truthful, we can keep it short. It’s ironic that our often long-winded President is the source of the quote. He said much more about abortion, but this line is not spoken nearly enough in a society that somehow believes we’re behind the times when it comes to abortion rights.

The fight against abortion must come from the top and the President delivered a strong message today to the March for Life crowd:

“Roe v. Wade has resulted in some of the most permissive abortion laws anywhere in the world.”

Source: Washington Examiner

Trump delivers historic speech to March for Life: ‘We are with you all the way’ Trump became the first sitting president on Friday to deliver a live address to participants of the largest annual anti-abortion gathering, voicing his support for the pro-life movement and touting what his administration has done to cut back access to abortion.

“l want to thank every person here today and all across our country who works with such big hearts and tireless devotion to make sure parents have what they need to choose life,” the president said via satellite to hundreds of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall for the 45th March for Life.

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Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?



The Real Mitt Romney

Utah is abuzz with rumors and anxiety over the possibility of a Senate run from former governor of Massachusetts and Holladay, Utah’s own (according to his recent Twitter edit), Mitt Romney. Romney has yet to declare candidacy, but according to a poll on Thursday from radio host Rod Arquette, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee’s favorability among Utahns approximates 60%.

His intentions remain a mystery, but should he toss his hat into the ring, Utahns would face a far more compelling question: which Mitt Romney will we see?

That could depend entirely on his audience.

Utah is a strange place politically. The more I participate in local politics, the more I realize that most Utahns care little, if at all, about policy. Their main concern is personality — and I can prove it.

According to Conservative Review’s Liberty Scorecard, Utah’s federal representation boasts the largest spread within the same party: a 71% gap between Senator Mike Lee’s 100% rating and Senator Orrin Hatch’s dismal 29%. As for Utah’s remaining representatives, Chris Stewart comes in 2nd place with a 70% score, followed by Mia Love with 62% and Rob Bishop with 60%. Recently elected Representative John Curtis is too fresh to merit a rating, but his predecessor, Jason Chaffetz, amassed a score of 78%.

In other words, the same electorate is voting overwhelmingly for candidates with wildly differing philosophies. But the common thread is easy to find: niceness.

Utah may be a traditionally red state, but it’s also a caring state. And when the two come into apparent conflict, Utahn’s typically opt for the latter.

Mitt Romney’s image of clean-cut benevolence is deeply ingrained in the Beehive State’s collective psyche, which is why he can garner a comfortable majority in favorability without hinting at any policy whatsoever — besides his obvious disdain for President Trump.

In fact, Romney’s renewed prominence in Utah most notably stems from his 2016 speech at the University of Utah, during which he rightly condemned then-candidate Trump’s character and personal history. Trump’s lifelong moral despotism and his abrasive conduct on the campaign trail were deep causes of concern for stalwart Utahns, who accordingly panned Trump in the primary (13.82%) and reluctantly nudged him to victory in the general election (45.5%).

Now, a week following Trump’s “bleep-hole” comments about Haiti and African countries in favor of places like Norway and South Korea — comments Mia Love has already condemned — Mitt Romney is again perfectly poised to emerge as Trump’s foil.

But unfortunately, his chances in Utah have little to do with policy.

Now that we know our audience, we’re brought back to the initial question: which Mitt Romney will we see? Whether you like Romney as a person but dislike him as a politician, vice versa, both, or neither, his long-standing reputation as a flip-flopper is unarguably well deserved. From abortion and Reagan to guns and taxes, Romney’s history of political metamorphosis is scrutinously documented.

Not coincidentally, his progressive standpoints persisted throughout his governorship and Senate candidacy in left-leaning Massachusetts, while his conservative reformation occurred just in time for his presidential bids.

Of course, it’s possible that Romney was sincere in his numerous changes of heart — one thing people are entitled to is the evolution of their personal beliefs. But as this is politics, one should be very cautious in attributing motive, one way or another.

The problem is that while Romney painted himself as a Democrat Lite for Massachusetts and a red-blooded conservative for the RNC, there’s no telling what persona he might adopt for a Senate race in Utah beyond that of the “nice guy,” and in politics, words like “nice,” “caring,” and “compassionate” often mean social programs.

Ideological shifts aside, Romney is at best a pragmatist, not a constitutionalist, having proven his disregard for natural rights on matters of health care and abortion — Romneycare was as much a violation of rights on a state level as Obamacare is federally, and his “pro-life” position that states should have “the authority to decide whether they want to have abortion or not, state by state” exhibits ignorance of the sole purpose of the federal government: securing our unalienable rights, even in matters of state nullification.

Romney also experienced backlash from conservatives in August 2017 when he publicly defended Antifa, a domestic terrorist organization, following the horrifying neo-Nazi display in Charlottesville.

In short, Mitt Romney is not good for Utah, nor is he good for liberty. At best, he would establish an elevated moral compass in terms of personal lifestyle, but that’s no excuse to squander freedom.

Romney would most likely amount to no more than another Jeff Flake — a well-meaning, moderate, Mormon Senator, a good man with strong values, who blatantly misunderstands the role of government and the cause of individual liberty.

This has nothing to do with objective opposition to Donald Trump. I applauded Romney’s speech at the University of Utah, and I’ve had plenty to say about Trump’s shortcomings over the past two years.

But the cult of personality is just as dangerous in one direction as another, and if Romney has plans to run for office in Utah, he’s found the perfect base to latch onto a “nice guy,” whatever he stands (or falls) for.

Richie Angel is a Co-Editor in Chief of The New Guards. Follow him and The New Guards on Twitter, and check out The New Guards on Facebook.

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Planned Parenthood providing sex-change hormones to children



Planned Parenthood providing sex-change hormones to children

Planned Parenthood, the agency that celebrated a banner year in 2017 after murdering over 321,000 unborn babies while pocketing nearly $544 million in taxpayer funds—occasionally making a few extra bucks on the side by selling their body parts—has announced their expansion plans for 2018.

No longer content with simply ending a life before it begins, the so-called women’s healthcare provider will be pursuing a new revenue source—hormone “sex-change” treatment FOR MINORS. And get this . . . it will be paid by taxpayers through Medicaid.

According to Planned Parenthood’s VP of Medical Affairs, Suzie Prabhakaran, “It was time for us to expand the care that we were providing to minors” because gender-confused youth might have difficulty in getting the hormones they seek from “judgmental” doctors.

In most cases, dispensing hormones to patients under 18 to treat so-called gender dysphoria requires a letter from a doctor or therapist, but Planned Parenthood has no such requirement. Company policy simply requires informed consent, which means that once the child acknowledges the risks, treatment is given.

In a story by a Sarasota, Florida TV station, Planned Parenthood reminded those under 18 that they needed a parent’s permission to receive treatment—a worthless disclaimer, considering their track record of fighting parental consent laws when it comes to abortion. And let’s not forget how Planned Parenthood skirted partial-birth laws in order to harvest baby body parts.

According to the American College of Pediatricians, conditioning children to believe that being transgendered is normal is essentially child abuse. Even if you accept the LGBT-radical belief in the fake-science of transgenderism, giving life-altering hormones to children causes serious irreversible side effects.

Real science has proven that abortion stops a beating heart, that most children grow out of gender dysphoria, and giving hormones to otherwise normal children damages them for life. But since when has Planned Parenthood—who advises parents to assume their child is LGBT—ever allowed science to get in the way of making a buck?

As if murdering unborn children wasn’t enough, this development is one more reason why Trump and the GOP must keep their promise to defund Planned Parenthood . . . I’m not holding my breath.

Originally posted on The Strident Conservative.


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