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How a yearbook and a smirk stole coverage of the abortion issue



How a yearbook and a smirk stole coverage of the abortion issue

Two weeks ago was the biggest March for Life event in history. Last week we saw one law passed and another proposed that would extend the right to have an abortion all the way to the point of birth. Neither events are getting the coverage they deserve thanks to a yearbook picture and a kid in a MAGA hat smirking.

Even in disgrace, the media and the Democrats would rather highlight their foibles than have discussions about abortion.

For those who have been living under a rock for the last two weeks, the two stories that superseded the abortion issues they surrounded were the Covington Catholic School kids who were confronted by two left-wing groups at the March for Life and the revelation of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s racist images on his yearbook page.

Most would assume these events weren’t intentionally brought to light because of the abortion issues they covered up, and I tend to agree that it’s unlikely. However, it’s not impossible. I don’t want to get too deep into conspiracy theories because that’s not the point. What’s important here is that even conservatives changed their narrative to follow the “shocking” revelations rather than stay focused on the important issue of human rights being taken from preborn babies.

As a nation, there is a clear majority of people who oppose late-term abortions. Now would be the perfect time to discuss the issue following New York’s law and Virginia’s proposed law. Instead, we’re talking about an idiotic governor many leftists are calling on to resign. Last week would have been the time to highlight peaceful solidarity within the pro-life movement, but the media’s instant and false response to kids in MAGA hats stole that thunder.

As long as we continuously take our eyes off the rights of preborn babies and focus instead on demonizing others for their unhinged or past actions, we’re not going to win this battle. Sadly, many will look at the exposure of the media in the MAGA kids incident and the revelation of racism by a Democratic governor as wins for the pro-life movement. They were not. They were distractions from the conversations, whether intended that way or not.

Instead of looking at the abortion issue, we get to watch virtue signalling from the left and misplaced outrage from the right. This has been a disastrous two weeks for the pro-life movement and most pro-lifers don’t even realize it.


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  1. steven flanders

    February 3, 2019 at 5:08 pm

    I disagree that it was a bad two weeks. It was an awesome and inspiring pro life march, even though the left tried to ignore it and, I think, tried to hijack the narrative with the Covington incident. Even Governor Doctor Infanticide won’t be forgotten, even though that narrative was also diverted.
    However, I do agree that we must calmly and prayerfully keep our eyes on the prize of undoing Roe v Wade.

    • JD Rucker

      February 3, 2019 at 7:02 pm

      I agree across the board, here. March for Life isn’t for the media to publicize. It’s for the marchers to get energized, relationships to be forged, and plans to be made. As for Governor Killsalot, he will forever be attached to the issue every time it’s brought up by another state.

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Former CIA analyst: U.K. spied on Trump campaign, passed information to Obama team



Former CIA analyst UK spied on Trump campaign passed information to Obama team

OAN’s Neil W. McCabe spoke to a former CIA analyst, Larry Johnson, about the 2016 spying by the Obama administration against the Trump campaign. He indicated the British government helped participate in the spying and even gave direct information to the administration as a form of “oppo research.”

By taking advantage of the “Five Eyes Club” – a joint effort of intelligence sharing between the U.S., U.K., Canada, New Zealand, and Australia – the Obama administration was able to put together enough information to help them “find” a case they could make against the candidate. It yielded no real fruit, but that didn’t prevent the illegally gathered data from later being used to help justify the bogus Mueller probe.

It’s bad enough the former administration used American resources to try to stop an opposition candidate. It’s worse that they employed the services of our allies. This is a bombshell that mainstream media won’t discuss.

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Americans (and the world) must prepare spiritually for hardships



Americans and the world must prepare spiritually for hardships

One does not have to be a conspiracy theorist or prophecy junky to see that America and the world are changing. Things are becoming more secular. Living a life in Biblical faith is becoming less politically correct. It’s time to prepare.

Many people feel this and the solution often manifests itself in a desire to prepare physically. The rise of “preppers” has been mocked on television shows with labels thrown out towards anyone who stockpiles food, water, and ammunition in their garages. Many of these people look to changes in the government and in public sentiment. They feel the need to defend their lives and the lives of their family by preparing for hardships to come. I won’t go into the needs or challenges with this mentality other than to point out one thing: whether you want to prepare physically or not, you absolutely must be prepared spiritually.

Much of the world is already experiencing hardship over faith. That’s why this article singled out Americans specifically, though anyone living in a country where persecution for faith is light will face the same types of challenges. Whether it’s the government “coming for our guns,” natural disasters, economic collapse, revoking of rights, or any other worldly challenges that come, there’s only one requirement. We must stay faithful. We must be willing to maintain our belief and worship of Yeshua as Lord and Savior no matter what the world throws at us.

Spiritual “Preppers”

A common feeling that many worldly preppers have is that they have their faith covered and now they need to prepare physically. They are getting their survival gear, storing water, buying gold, building bunkers, and any of a plethora of prepper activities. They are training their children how to fire a weapon. They have maps in place of where they’ll go if they’re separated, how to hunt for food, where to find ammunition… the list of physical preparations that some are going through is huge.

Many see the changes and realize that times are getting weird, but they’re only preparing a little bit. An average American household has enough food for two weeks and very little water other than what’s in the tap. Maybe they have a “bug out bag” or some food stores, but not enough to live without assistance for very long.

Most are intentionally avoiding the issue. If disaster strikes, they’ll rely on the government to fix things.

Regardless of which category you fall into, it’s imperative that you prepare yourself and your family from a spiritual perspective. That doesn’t mean going to church every Sunday. That means learning the Word of God and understanding what can happen in the not-too-distant future. The Christians who are being murdered around the world have a choice. They could denounce their faith in Yeshua the Messiah and claim allegiance to Allah. If they do, their lives will be spared, but they don’t. They are martyrs.

Are you prepared spiritually to be a martyr? If a knife is to your neck, are you certain that you would accept death? If a knife is to the neck of someone in your family, are they prepared? Would they let you die? Would you let them die?

For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it. – Matthew 16:25 (KJV)

Nobody wants to think about it let alone talk about it with their family, but it’s the most important conversation you could have. This is why we are so against the teachings of people like Joel Osteen and others who promote the idea of living the best life today. This life is not the best life. The one to come is forever and glorious. Don’t sacrifice that life in order to save this one. Persevering to the end, regardless of what hardships or persecution you face, will be the ultimate test of your faith. Whether you’re a worldly prepper or not, you must be a spiritual prepper. You must know how to respond if things go crazy in our lifetime.

Have the conversation and make a plan with your family.

The Commitment to Persevere

Sometimes, it comes down to a simple promise. These thoughts are challenging to have and even harder to discuss, but if you don’t have them, you might be caught unprepared if hardships come suddenly.

Make the commitment yourself and then have the uncomfortable conversation with the family. Tell them that no matter what happens, regardless of any situation that could arise, that you’ll always stay faithful all the way to the end. All the way to death if necessary.

There is nothing that can be done to you in this world that can prevent you from keeping your faith if you keep the full Armor of God on you at all times.

Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil – Ephesians 6:11 (KJV)

Know the scriptures and understand that tribulation is ahead. It doesn’t matter whether or not you believe we are in the end times. It doesn’t even matter if you believe as most do in the pre-tribulation rapture. There are people even in America who have been faced with the same choice of faith versus denouncing faith that those in the Middle East and around the world have faced. With the radical Islamic terrorism growing around the world, it’s possible for anyone to be faced with a choice over persecution.

This isn’t intended to scare people. We truly have nothing to fear as long as we understand in our hearts that our commitment to persevere is strong. No matter what circumstance falls upon you, make certain you will never denounce your faith.

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Free speech and the anti-vaxxer movement



Free speech and the anti-vaxxer movement

Put aside, for the briefest of moments, whatever you believe about vaccines. I’m not going to try to convince you one way or the other about vaccinating children and the alleged health risks posed by vaccines. I’m not even going to get into the debate about whether or not parents should be compelled to have their children vaccinated. I want to talk about free speech (technically, freedom of thought) and whether or not human adults can be trusted with making their own choices.

I’ve done my own research about the science in favor and against the anti-vaxxer movement. I made my decision based on this information. What my decision was isn’t relevant for this discussion. The point that needs to be first considered is the fact that there is data is out there for people to read. The videos are there for people to watch. The opinions are available for people to digest.

But that may not be the case for long. Those opposed to the anti-vaxxer movement are urging everyone from tech companies to the federal government to the United Nations to essentially outlaw any information that does not conform with the majority opinion. Much of these efforts are driven by the pharmaceutical industries themselves, but most is driven by concerned citizens who believe parents should not have a choice about their children’s healthcare as it pertains to vaccines. Their argument is a good one: When anti-vaxxers put their own children at risk, they put other people’s children at risk. This is a textbook argument about one person’s rights impeding on another person’s rights.

The counter argument is that if vaccines are so effective, then there’s no reason for those who have their children vaccinated to worry about being exposed to children who are not vaccinated. Again, it’s a good argument.

And that’s the point. There are good arguments on both sides when it comes to rights. The science is heavily weighted towards favoring vaccinations, but that doesn’t mean the science that talks of risks of vaccinations should be stifled.

As is usually the case, I am referring specifically to freedom of thought rather than freedom of speech, since technically there’s no freedom of speech issue here with private companies banning anti-vaxxer information. They are private companies, and while they inappropriately enjoy certain protections as content platforms while simultaneously invoking their privilege as content aggregators, the bottom line remains the same: thoughts are being suppressed because they’re considered dangerous by some.

This isn’t a 1st Amendment issue because as of right now, the government isn’t involved in the suppression as far as we know. That means the battle over whether or not information from anti-vaxxers should be shareable on social media, searchable on Google, and discussion-worthy on mainstream news outlets is becoming a series of oversteps on the part of the companies helping with suppression. This should concern everyone regardless of their choices and beliefs regarding vaccinations.

Those who have followed this topic over the past few months are likely aware Google and Facebook, among others, have embraced certain types of policies with varying levels of transparency behind them in an effort to make anti-vaxxer information as inaccessible as possible. Those opinions are quashed now and the crackdown hasn’t even reached its apex. Now, GoFundMe is no longer allowing fundraisers for anti-vaxxer organizations on their platform, either.

It’s extremely important to understand this point: I would rather a government say vaccinations are mandatory than for the “information czars” of social media and search engines to quash ideas that are unpopular with the majority. That’s not an opinion swayed by my personal perspectives on vaccinations; I’d feel this way whether I was a Big Pharma lawyer or Charlie Sheen. But we’re adults. We can discern information and should be allowed to do so. Some will choose wisely. Others will not. It’s not the responsibility of tech companies or governments to tell us which information is too dangerous for our petty little minds to access.

Just give us the facts and let us make up our own minds.

When government says vaccinations are mandatory, there’s recourse for those against them. When Facebook, Google, or GoFundMe think anti-vaxxer advocates are worth hiding or removing altogether from their platforms, there’s no recourse.

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