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Abortion: An American Institution Built on Lies
by Laura Hollis  
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The ‘Hamas Caucus’: The Five Anti-Israel Women
That Democrats elected to Congress
by WARNER TODD HUSTON
{godfatherpolitics.com} ~ Democrat voters across the nation sent five women to Congress who are against Israel, our best Middle Eastern ally... The five have been dubbed the “Hamas Caucus.” She is certainly incendiary, but right-leaning bomb thrower Laura Loomer has dubbed these new Congress women the “Hamas Caucus,” hinting that they all support the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas over our ally, Israel. “I forgot to tell you guys, my friends and I last week decided that the new Jew haters in Congress shall be referred to as the ‘HAMAS caucus’ from this point onward,” Loomer Tweeted on November 19. It is easy to accept Loomer’s appellation, too, considering the things these women have said about Israel and Jews. The five terror supporters and anti-Semites include commie-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Deb Haaland, and Ayanna Pressley. We all know that the blundering self-proclaimed socialist commie-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has spoken out against Israel and in favor of the terror-plagued “Palestinians.”...
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When it comes to undermining faith 
in democracy, another low point
by Byron York
{washingtonexaminer.com} ~ For more than two years, voters have heard Democrats accuse Republicans of trying to undermine confidence in the American democratic system... The charge was thrown about repeatedly in the 2016 presidential election, when Democrats said then-candidate Donald Trump's contention that the election might be "rigged" would undercut faith in the system. Democrats, and many in the media, pressed Trump to promise to accept the election results. When Trump won, the question was turned around, and Democrats were the ones who had difficulty accepting the voters' decision. This year, during campaigning for midterm elections, some Democrats again charged that Republicans were trying to undermine the electoral system by suppressing the vote in key races. The talk was particularly intense during the governor's race in Georgia. Well before Election Day, Democrat Stacey Abrams accused her Republican opponent, Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, of using his office to throw minority voters off the rolls. "He disproportionately purged voters of color," Abrams said on "The View" about a week before the election. "That's problematic because regardless of intent, the result is that racial bias has been injected into our system and undermines confidence in our democracy."...
Can Trump Get Data Privacy Right?
by Larry Alton
{americanthinker.com} ~ All you have to do is work through major headlines over the past few years and you’ll see they’re littered with stories of cyberattacks, data theft and privacy concerns... From a political and legal perspective, the folks in Washington have a lot of influence over how/whether this issue is solved. Since 2013, the Breach Level Index shows that more than 13.44 billion data records have been stolen. This amounts to an astounding 6.2 million per day, or 73 every second. And out of all of these data records that have been stolen, just 4 percent are considered “secure breaches” where encryption was used and the stolen data was rendered useless. No person or entity is immune to data breaches. According to MyMoid, identity theft accounts for 59 percent of data breaches. After this, financial access and account access are the most popular forms of attack, accounting for 17.8 percent and 9.6 percent respectively. For businesses, the average cost of a data breach is more than $150 million. It also leads to the erosion of trust of consumers and facilitates a hostile environment where people and businesses are unable to trust one another...   https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/11/can_trump_get_data...
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‘Muslim Brotherhood Helped 
Democrats in Mid-Terms’
{clarionproject.org} ~ In the latest edition of Clarion’s media review, we hear the claim the Muslim Brotherhood helped Democrats in the recent mid-terms. Analyst Ran Meir also brings us news that the election of Ilhan Omar to Congress is being welcomed in the Middle East as a victory for Muslims everywhere.
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John hanoi-Kerry channels Trump: 
Europe 'crushed' by immigration!
by wnd.com  

{wnd.com} ~ Sounding like President Trump for a moment, former Secretary of State John hanoi-Kerry admitted Europe has been “crushed” by the massive immigration from Islamic nations in recent years... Speaking at a Guardian Live event at Central Hall in London, hanoi-Kerry said Europe “is already crushed under this transformation that is taking place due to migration,” noted the Daily Wire. “In Germany, Angela Merkel is weakened. Italian politics is significantly impacted,”  hanoi-Kerry said. hanoi-Kerry then took aim at President Trump, however, saying Europe will suffer further from migration from Africa caused by severe climate change. In an interview with The Guardian after the event, he said Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord will have deadly consequences. “You know what I’m angry about? People are going to die because of the decision Donald Trump made,” hanoi-Kerry told The Guardian. “My kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because of what Donald Trump has done.”... hanoi- Kerry has no solid prove on what he just said.  https://www.wnd.com/2018/11/john-kerry-channels-trump-europe-crushe... 
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Abortion: An American Institution Built on Lies

by Laura Hollis

{jewishworldreview.com} ~ The new head of Planned Parenthood, Dr. Leana Wen, stated in a recent interview that she intends to expand the organization's services and reach. If by "expand" she means services other than abortion, then more power to her. But that is hard to square with Planned Parenthood's status as the single largest provider of abortion in the United States. It performed nearly 330,000 abortions in 2016. Abortion is also its biggest moneymaker.

It is ironic but telling that the new head of Planned Parenthood is a physician. Abortion is one of the rare exceptions in the medical field where advancements in scientific knowledge have done little to change the debate.When Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973, there was no ultrasound technology to reveal the essential humanity of the child in utero. There was no fetal surgery to correct physical defects like spina bifida while a baby is still in the womb. And yet despite what we have learned in the past four and a half decades, abortion remains, in large part, an American institution built on a foundation of lies and promoted with a web of euphemisms.

A complete list would fill a book of substantial size. But some of the most common include:

1. "It isn't really a human being."

This is the most fundamental lie, and the one that underpins abortion generally. It is usually commingled with other misstatements or grievous misunderstandings, like "It's just a fetus"; "It cannot live on its own"; "The Supreme Court already decided this."

"Fetus" is simply Latin for "offspring." It designates a human being at a particular developmental stage, like "infant" or "teenager." The fact that a child not yet born cannot survive on its own makes it no different from a newborn — or, for that matter, an even older child. Many adults — ill, suffering with disabilities or elderly — similarly cannot live on their own. They are undeniably human, nevertheless. And in Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court never said that an unborn child is not a human being; it decided that it is not a "person" with legal rights under the Fifth and 14th Amendments.

"Abortion is health care."

Health care is about saving lives, not ending them. Abortion is a medical procedure that takes another human being's life. Among the concerns expressed by many women who have had abortions is the inability to afford another child. But financial concerns could not be used as a justification for killing a 2-year-old — nor would we call it "health care," even if the family's financial woes would be alleviated thereby.

3. "Sexual consent is not consent to pregnancy."

A woman or her partner might truthfully say, "Just because I am having sex doesn't mean that I want to have a child." But sexual intercourse is the way the human species reproduces. In other words, it is therefore a known risk that you take when you decide to have sex. To use an analogy, just because you engage in a sport like BASE jumping doesn't mean you're consenting to serious bodily injury or death. But those are risks you know you're taking. And, sadly, they happen all too often. The difference with abortion is the another human being is paying the ultimate price for the risks knowingly taken.

4. "Children should be wanted."

A recent Planned Parenthood ad features a slo-mo video of a beautiful baby girl. The baby's adorable giggles are heard as she smiles at the camera and a music box lullaby plays in the background. Interspersed with the video are three written taglines: "She deserves to be loved"; "She deserves to be wanted"; "She deserves to be ... a choice."

The message generated outrage: This beautiful child should be able to be killed unless she was planned . But all human beings have inherent worth, whether their parents "planned" them or not. And even if birth parents do not want their child, millions of Americans desperately want to adopt — yes, even children with disabilities. There are dozens of families seeking to adopt for every one child who is able to be adopted. Every child is"wanted" by someone.

5. "Pro-lifers only care about babies until they are born."

This trope gets trotted out when abortion advocates want to attack the motives or draw attention away from the concern of pro-life activists. But it is untrue. Pro-life pregnancy centers — and those who support them — provide resources for women and their babies both before and after the children are born.

6. "Making abortion illegal will only lead to back-alley abortions."

It is not widely known — although it should be — that the numbers of illegal abortions cited by NARAL Pro-Choice America and other abortion advocacy groups were inflated. Dr. Bernard Nathanson was one of the founders of NARAL who performed over 60,000 abortions before seeing ultrasound. Nathanson later admitted that the oft-cited "5,000 to 10,000 deaths from illegal abortions annually" statistic is a complete fabrication.

There is no doubt that women did die from illegal abortions. But they die today from legal abortions — another inconvenient fact that the pro-choice crowd glosses over.

There is talk that the current 5-4 majority in the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade. But even if that occurs, states will be able to pass laws permitting abortions.

Ultimately, the problem is not a lack of laws but a lack of love . No law can make a woman love her child. No law removes the fear so many pregnant women feel with the prospect of an unplanned pregnancy, and what that may entail. The resolution of those issues rests with us, not our legislators or judges.

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Joe Biden On Violence Against Women:   We Have To Keep ‘Punching At It, And Punching At It, And Punching At It’

 The audience laughed as he said this.

Former Vice President Joe Biden said that America needs to be “punching” back to combat violence against women during Wednesday’s Democratic debate.

Biden was asked if he would tackle specific issues regarding the #MeToo movement at the beginning of his presidency, if he were to be elected. The former vice president previously sponsored the 1994 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which aimed to protect victims of domestic violence.

The presidential candidate responded to the question about assaulting women by using the phrase “punching” repeatedly, apparently not thinking about the implications of using such a word.

“No man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than in self-defense, and that rarely ever occurs,” Biden said. “So we have to just change the culture, period, and keep punching at it and punching at it and punching at it. No, I really mean it.”

A few people laughed in the audience as he said this.

Biden added that it is important to pass the Violence Against Women Act, which has passed in the House and held up in the Senate. The former Vice President also suggested that America has to “fundamentally change the culture” of how women are treated, noting that it is “everyone’s responsibility.”

“It’s a gigantic issue, and we have to make it clear from the top, from the president on down that we will not tolerate it,” Biden said. “We will not tolerate this culture.”

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