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Hillary Clinton: U.S. Should Fund Abortions Around the World as a Method of Family Planning
Hillary Clinton wants the U.S. to start paying for women to abort their babies around the world. The pro-abortion Democratic presidential candidate told an Iowa town hall group Sunday that she wants the U.S. to get around a law baring U.S. foreign aid for abortion, according to CNN.

Sherri Shepherd Loses Bid to Cut Off “Unwanted” Surrogate Baby, Judge Requires Child Support
In 2014, former “The View” co-host Sherri Shepherd came under fire after reports surfaced showing she wanted “nothing to do” with her unborn child now that her marriage is ending. Shepherd and husband, Lamar Sally used IVF to conceive a child but is apparently uninterested in caring for the baby, who is being carried by a surrogate mother.

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Producer of ABC’s Scandal, Showing Abortion During “Silent Night,” Sits on Planned Parenthood Board
The popular television show “Scandal” on ABC has pro-life people up in arms about the brash, pro-abortion messaging of its latest show. The Nov. 19 episode took on Congressional efforts to de-fund Planned Parenthood and glorified main character Olivia Pope’s abortion to the tune of “Silent Night.” The episode was a sickening hour-long “advertisement for Planned Parenthood,” Alexa Moutevelis wrote for Newsbusters.

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Mom’s Heartbreaking Pictures of Baby Miscarried at 16 Weeks Show Humanity of Unborn Children
 Ester Garcia was heartbroken when she miscarried her and her husband’s first child at 16 weeks, but they prayed that God would show them a reason for their baby’s death. The couple had met while praying on the sidewalk outside an abortion center. She and Edward were both single parents with a passion for pro-life outreach, and they believed God brought their families together for a special reason.

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Woman Who Cut Unborn Baby From Friend’s Stomach Did It to “Save the Baby”
 In New York, a woman nearly 9-months pregnant died after a childhood friend cut her unborn baby from her womb in an attempt to pass the infant off as her own. Angelikque Sutton, 22, had been stabbed multiple times across her body Friday. Sutton visited 22-year-old Ashleigh Wade (pictured above) at her apartment, where police say Wade stabbed Sutton to death, and then carved her baby out of her stomach.

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Auto Dealership Stops Supporting United Way Because It Funds Planned Parenthood
 “We don’t normally get involved in politics. We don’t try to throw our weight around with legislative issues. It was a bit of departure for us.” Those are the words of Bill Marsh Jr., partner in his long-standing family business, Bill Marsh Auto Group, in Traverse City, Mich.

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Fertility Doc Implanted Wrong Embryos Into Woman, Then Did an Abortion Without Her Consent
 A California couple’s hopes to have another child turned into a nightmare for more than just themselves after they say their fertility doctor implanted the wrong embryos and then aborted them without their knowledge or consent.

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Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger’s Grandson Strongly Supports Abortion
Margaret Sanger’s grandson is following in the Planned Parenthood founder’s footsteps. Alexander Sanger advocates for abortion as the chair of the International Planned Parenthood Council and previously as an ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund, according to his biography.

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Woman Aborts Her Baby Because She and Her Partner Argue About Who Should Walk the Dog

New Movie “Grandma” Features Woman Raising Money to Abort Her Own Great-Grandchild

Doctors Said Little Naomi Was So Premature There Was No Hope for Her, But Her Parents Prayed

Ben Carson Won’t Apologize to Terri Schiavo’s Family After “Much Ado About Nothing” Quip

Popular Soccer Coach Explains His Shocking Story: My Mother Almost Aborted Me

Court Strikes Down Wisconsin Pro-Life Law Requiring Admitting Privileges for Abortionists

Caregiver Sentenced to Prison for Murder, Claimed He Killed Disabled Man in Assisted Suicide

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waving flagPosted by Wilmot Proviso November 23, 2015

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According to KDFW-TV, the group picketing outside the Islamic Center of Irving numbered about 15. One carried a placard that said “Solution to Islamic terrorism,” with an arrow pointing to another protester — an armed man in fatigues.

The protests took place with heavy police presence, including a SWAT team on standby. However, no incidents were reported.

“We are here protesting Syrian refugees coming to America, protesting the Islamization of America,” said David Wright, BAIR spokesman.

“I think the popular belief is, people are scared. They’re scared to say anything about it. They’re scared to come out to a place like this and stand in front of a mosque and protest Islam.”

As for the AR-15s, BAIR said they were necessary for the purposes of the protest.

“We do want to show force,” Wright said. “It would be ridiculous to protest Islam without defending ourselves.”

Protesters insisted they were being unfairly pegged as racists.

“It’s a boiling pot. The kettle … the top on this kettle is on really really tight and it is going to blow,” said a protester who didn’t want his name publicized. “I may look like their version of a racist but I’m not. I’m not even a racist here. I just don’t want them to push their beliefs down my throat.”

The city where the protest took place is no accident. Although perhaps best known as the home of the Dallas Cowboys, Irving was also the home to Muslim teenager Ahmed “Bomb Clock” Mohamed, the 13-year-old whose “homemade” clock looked enough like a bomb to get him taken out of school in handcuffs for it in September.

In addition, Irving also was home to what was to be the first Shariah law court in America earlier this year. However, city officials intervened and the project was halted.

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waving flagReported by Derek Hunter, Contributor, 11/23/2015

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Arizona Democratic State Senator Carlyle Begay announced Monday he is leaving the Democratic Party and becoming a Republican. Senator Begay is a Navajo Indian and represents an area of Arizona which encompasses the Navajo and Hopi reservations.

Begay told the Arizona Republican, “the Republican Party better reflects the values of self-determination and self-empowerment that he holds and wants to emphasize to his district.”

To announce his decision, Begay released a two-minute video entitled “Change Must Happen Now” explaining his reasoning. Citing the failing education system, high dropout rate, crumbling infrastructure and unemployment rates “as high as 80 percent” in parts of his district, Begay told constituents he’s found it is the Republican Party who has been willing to work with him to address these issues.

The charismatic Senator acknowledged switching parties will not be a popular decision with some of those he represents but, he says, “My hope is to follow the direction of my ancestors and embrace progress by helping the Republican Party as they build a bridge connecting those who need and want a chance with those who can provide that chance.”

“With an open mind and heart,” Begay concluded, “I clearly see the Republican Party as a party of progress, the party of opportunity, and moving forward — my party.”

Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey greeted the news gleefully. “I’m proud to welcome Senator Begay to the Republican Party. Legislative District 7 is well served by Senator Begay’s commitment to individual liberty, fiscal responsibility and personal empowerment. His service to his constituents is unwavering, and I look forward to our continued work together,” he said in a statement.


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waving flagBy Jeremy Lott 11/24/15

President Obama Sunday ordered an intelligence review of military reports which may have soft-pedaled the rise of the Islamic State. At a news conference in Malaysia, Obama insisted on his “expectation, which is the highest fidelity to facts, data, the truth.”

The former head of military intelligence fired back Monday. On Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn insisted that the “accuracy and the warnings that have been provided on the rise of radical Islamists over the last few years,” by the Defense Intelligence Agency, which he ran, “have been very, very clear.”

Flynn said the ongoing investigations into whether Central Command, or Centcom, was leaning on its analysts to soften some of their assessments is largely beside the point.

“Intelligence doesn’t stop at Central Command,” Flynn insisted. “There are 16 intelligence agencies, five large ones and two that provide what we call all-source intelligence assessments. Those are the most important ones that go to the White House.”ISIS is contained

And the upshot of all of those assessments were serious warnings about the threat of the Islamic State and other manifestations of radical Islam.

The retired lieutenant general insisted that the focus of investigations should not be on Centcom but rather “at the top.”

“Where intelligence starts and stops is the White House. The president sets the priorities and he’s the number one customer. So if he’s not getting the intelligence he needs and if he’s not paying attention to what else is going on, then something else is wrong there,” Flynn said.

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waving flagPosted on November 24, 2015Philip Hodges


Perhaps the only manmade thing about global warming is the theory itself. The earth goes through climate cycles in the same way that it goes through seasons. The fact that the climate changes is nothing new. It goes through warming cycles and cooling cycles. The part where the issue ceases to be scientific is the subject of who’s to blame, as if someone has to be blamed for the weather. In politics, pointing fingers at a particular group of people is how you win elections.

A group of climate scientists attacked liberals’ alarmist view of global warming. The Daily Caller reported:

A panel of prominent scientists debunked one of the most popular global warming arguments ahead of a major United Nations climate summit to take place in Paris later this month.

The scientists slammed policies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions as “nonsense,” and they criticized politicians and activists for claiming the world was on the path for catastrophic global warming.Solid-Foundation-600-wLogo

“The most important thing to keep in mind is — when you ask ‘is it warming, is it cooling’, etc.  — is that we are talking about something tiny (temperature changes) and that is the crucial point,” Dr. Richard Lindzen, a veteran climate scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

“We are speaking of small changes 0.25 Celcius would be about 51% of the recent warming and that strongly suggests a low and inconsequential climate sensitivity — meaning no problem at all,” said Lindzen, who is also a senior fellow at the libertarian Cato Institute.

President Barack Obama and his activist allies are calling for U.N. delegates to sign onto a global treaty to reduce CO2 emissions. Obama has been heavily pushing for this treaty for the past year or so, even lobbying the Chinese government to sign onto an agreement.Warming-formula-600-AEA

“Policies to slow CO2 emissions are really based on nonsense,” Dr. Will Happer, a physicist at Princeton University, said during the panel Thursday hosted by the conservative Texas Public Policy Foundation.

“They are all based on computer models that do not work. We are being led down a false path,” Happer argued.tyrants

According to alarmists, these people aren’t scientists, let alone climate scientists. They might have the credentials and the experience and all that, but the fact that they call into question a theory that has been politically accepted for decades shows that they do not deserve their credentials. They might as well deny gravity exists.

Conversely, a person needs no credentials to believe in manmade global warming. Think Bill Nye. He’s been a global warming cheerleader from the beginning. He has little more credentials than being a children’s TV show personality.

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waving flagBy Timothy Cama 11/24/15

President Obama declared Tuesday that next week’s climate change summit in Paris would be a “powerful rebuke” to terrorists, speaking alongside French President François Hollande at a joint news conference. “Next week, I will be joining President Hollande and world leaders in Paris for the global climate conference,” Obama said during his prepared remarks, which focused mostly on the efforts to fight the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). “What a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be, when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred from building a better future for our children,” he added.What did you say 06.jpg

Solid-Foundation-600-wLogoThe two leaders met in Washington a week and a half after ISIS carried out multiple terrorist attacks in Paris, killing 130, and less than a week before Obama goes to the French capital to work with world leaders on an international pact to fight climate change.

Obama struck a similar tone Sunday at a news conference in Malaysia.

“I think it is absolutely vital for every country, every leader, to send a signal that the viciousness of a handful of killers does not stop the world from doing vital business, and that Paris … is not going to be cowered by the violent, demented actions of a few,” Obama said about the upcoming climate conference.DELUSIONAL

Golden-Calf-NRD-600Obama and other administration officials have been criticized for their insistence that climate change is a threat to national security on par with terrorism.

Obama and dozens of other international leaders will participate in an event at the conference Monday, but he will leave Tuesday, and the conference will continue until at least Dec. 11.

Hollande is scheduled to host Obama for dinner Monday night.

Hollande also said that holding the Worship manditoryconference is a good sign in the fight against the Islamic State.

“I think there cannot be any better symbol or response but to hold the conference in Paris … with some 150 heads of state and government,” Hollande said at the news conference.

France’s government has ramped up security for the conference in the wake of the attacks, including a ban on most activities related to the event, such as rallies and concerts.

Updated at 12:53 p.m.

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waving flagPublished November 24, 2015,

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that Turkey’s decision to shoot down a Russian warplane near Turkey’s border with Syria is a “stab in the back” and it would have “significant consequences” for its relations with Turkey, as NATO called an emergency meeting over the incident. Putin said the Russian Sukhoi-24 jet was shot by a missile from a Turkish jet over Syria about just over a half-mile away from the Turkish border, which he described as a “stab in the back by the terrorists’ accomplices.” Turkey said it warned the jet several times that it was in its airspace.

Putin was meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah II in Sochi. Prior to the meeting, The New York Times said Putin was “speaking slowly and clearly angry.”

NATO called an emergency meeting in Brussels on Tuesday after the incident.

“The aim of this extraordinary North Atlantic Council meeting is for Turkey to inform allies about the downing of a Russian airplane,” NATO’s deputy spokesperson Carmen Romero told the Associated Press.

A spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition based out of Baghdad said the U.S. indeed heard Turkey on “open channels” issue 10 warnings to the Russian jet before the incident. Reports out of Russia also say a military helicopter was shot at in Syria, killing one serviceman. The helicopter was reportedly on a rescue mission.

Rebels said they fired at the two parachuting pilots as they descended, and that one had died. A rebel spokesman said they would consider releasing the body in exchange for prisoners held by Syria. The fate of the second pilot was not immediately known.

VIDEO: Raw footage of Russian jet being shot down

U.S. defense official said that two Turkish F-16s fired heat-seeking air-to-air missiles at the Russian aircraft. “This will get complicated,” the official said.

Tuesday’s incident is the first time since the 1950s that a Russian or Soviet military aircraft has been publicly acknowledged to have been shot down by a NATO country, according to Reuters.

President Obama, at a joint press conference with French President François Hollande, cautioned that information about the incident was still emerging and discouraged escalation. He added that Turkey had a “right to defend its territory and its airspace.”

The president said the shoot-down underscored an “ongoing problem” with Russia’s military operations in Syria, where the Russians have been targeting groups near the Turkish border. The incident also shows a need to move forward quickly on a diplomatic resolution to the conflict in Syria, he said.

Russia said the Su-24 was downed by artillery fire, but Turkey claimed that its F-16s fired on the Russian plane after it ignored the warnings.

Putin warned that the incident would have “significant consequences” for its relations with Turkey and criticized Ankara for turning to NATO to discuss the incident instead of first explaining to Russia what happened.

VIDEO: John Bolton on significance of shooting

A U.S. official confirmed to Fox News that the Russian Su-24 was downed north of the Syrian port city of Latakia. The official told Fox News that the Su-24’s two pilots parachuted and were last seen attempting to evade capture. Two Russian helicopters were airborne to attempt a rescue mission.

A video that was later released by Syrian rebels showed one of the pilots dead, while the fate of the other one is unclear.

Jahed Ahmad of the 10th Brigade in the Coast, a rebel group, told The Associated Press that the two Russian crew members tried to land in their parachutes in government-held areas after they ejected, but came under fire from members of his group. He added that rebels shot one of the pilots, who landed dead on the ground on Tuesday.

The group released a video showing gunmen standing around a blond pilot whose face was bruised and appeared dead. Ahmad said his group would consider exchanging the body of the pilot with prisoners held by the Syrian government. “This is the body of a Russian member of the military who was killing Syrian people,” he said. “We have the body and we will see what to do with it.”

Video footage of the incident showed the Russian plane on fire before crashing on a hill.

Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the warplane crashed in the Turkmen Mountains region in the coastal province of Latakia. The region has been subjected to an offensive by Syrian government forces over the past several days under the cover of Russian airstrikes. The area is controlled by several insurgent groups, including Al Qaeda’s branch in Syria, the Nusra Front, and the 2nd Coastal Division that consists of local Turkmen fighters.

A Turkish military statement said the plane entered Turkish airspace over the town of Yayladagi, in Hatay province. It said the plane was warned 10 times within the space of 5 minutes.

Russia denied that the plane ever crossed the Syrian border into Turkish skies.

“We are looking into the circumstances of the crash of the Russian jet,” the country’s Defense Ministry said in a statement. “The Ministry of Defense would like to stress that the plane was over the Syrian territory throughout the flight.”

A statement from Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s office said the Turkish leader spoke with Turkey’s military chief and foreign ministry about the incident. It said Davutoglu would start “initiatives” within NATO and the United Nations.

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On Friday, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry summoned the Russian ambassador demanding that Russia cease operations in Syria targeting Turkmen villages, saying the Russian actions did not “constitute a fight against terrorism” but the bombing of civilians. Ambassador Andrey Karlov was warned during the meeting that the Russian operations could lead to serious consequences, the ministry said.

Turkey changed its rules of engagement a few years ago after Syria shot down a Turkish plane. According to the new rules, Turkey said it would consider all “elements” approaching from Syria an enemy threat and would act accordingly.

Following earlier accusations of Russian intrusion into Turkish airspace, the U.S. European Command on Nov. 6 deployed six U.S. Air Force F-15 fighters from their base in Britain to Incirlik Air Base in Turkey to help the NATO-member country secure its skies.

Despite harsh words, some analysts believe that Russia and Turkey have reasons not to let the incident escalate.

“Relations have been very strained between Russia and Turkey of late so Moscow will be trying its utmost to contain the damage this might cause,” said Natasha Kuhrt, lecturer in International Peace and Security at King’s College London. “It’s a serious incident in anybody’s book,” added Ian Kearns, director of the European Leadership Network, a London think-tank.

The European Command said the deployment was “in response to the government of Turkey’s request for support in securing the sovereignty of Turkish airspace.”

In October, NATO’s governing body, the North Atlantic Council, had warned Moscow it was courting “extreme danger” by sending planes into Turkish air space.

Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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