Sentimentalism wants all adults to be able to have children. Katy Faust sees the dire issues, risks, and dangers of such an attitude, and of the new Washington State law allowing wholesale human trafficking under the very polite euphemism of “surrogacy”–
An Ohio judge has given a 17-year old into the custody of her grandparents. Why? Because her parents did not support her desire to transition from female to male.
Never mind that gender dysphoria was long recognized as treatable mental disorder. Ignore the fact that nearly half of transgenders will attempt suicide (and too many succeed — and this risk is why Johns Hopkins refused to assist gender transitions for many years). Pretend there’s no evidence that the hormones will exponentially increase cancer risk, especially for males taking female hormones. Claim there’s no truth to the data that many transgenders regret their transitions and want to revert to the sex they were born. All that matters, any more, is the progressive indulgence of the sexual revolution’s increasingly selfish and irrational demands.
We have seen this already in divorce cases. Janna Darnelle has written of her divorce judge’s statement, after granting her gay ex-husband everything that he’d asked for, “If you’d asked for more, I’d have given it to you,” despite his very demonstrable (what used to be known as) moral turpitude.
Now, despite years of ridicule directed at conservative voices warning against this very eventuality, and the insistence that it would never come to this from the Left, now parental rights over their own children are being overridden in the interest of furthering a destructive sexual agenda.
In my state, District Court Judges hear domestic cases, and they are elected to their positions in local elections. Hamilton Co., Ohio, voters need to register their disapproval of this judge’s agenda-driven ruling by demanding a recall and assuring she never hold responsible public office again.
We need to know what is legal that is popularly thought to be illegal. (False “Separation” of Church and State.) Here is a wonderful – if troubling – article by the Alliance Defense Fund.
- BY ALAN SEARS POSTED APR 3, 2012
It leads with:
The penalty for opposing the policies of El Paso mayor John Cook are getting stiffer – maybe as stiff as “sign a petition, go to jail.”
and later states:
“El Paso citizens should not live in fear of being arrested and jailed for exercising their constitutionally protected right to free speech,”
I made a reply to a comment by a person stating the (false) opinion that “Church’s (sic) can’t be political”
I cannot help but think that we have become afraid to believe anything. Kudos to the ADF for publishing this.
Constitutional Rights of Students, Teachers, and Public Schools to Seasonal Religious Expression Easter 2012
Also listen to this radio interview of Matt Sharp of the ADF.
Alabama Puts Planned Parenthood Clinic on Probation After Undercover Sting
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
State health officials said the Birmingham, Ala., abortion clinic has until next week to present its plan to correct violations involving minors receiving abortions.
Investigators with the health department said records at the clinic showed several minors aged 13-15 had received abortions without proper verification of parental consent since November 2008.
An activist with “Live Action,” a California-based anti-abortion group, posed as a pregnant 14-year-old girl who needed a secret abortion. In an audio tape from the visit, an employee allegedly suggests that someone other than a parent or legal guardian could give consent.
Its possible that Mr. Roeder’s defense will be successful. If anyone thinks this would be a Prolife victory they are doubly wrong. First Roeder killed someone; you can’t get much less ProLife than that. Second Roeder’s success at beating the system, though a pitiable limited success – he will likely spend the remainder of his life in jail – will prompt backlash of the worst kind against all true Prolife workers. He has done no good thing here.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — On a balmy Sunday morning, Scott Roeder got up from a pew at Reformation Lutheran Church at the start of services and walked to the foyer, where two ushers were chatting around a table. Wordlessly, he pressed the barrel of a .22-caliber handgun to the forehead of Dr. George Tiller, one of the ushers, and pulled the trigger.
As his premeditated, first-degree murder trial begins Wednesday, no one – not even Roeder himself – disputes that he killed one of the nation’s few late-term abortion providers.
But what had been expected to be an open-and-shut murder trial was upended Friday when a judge decided to let Roeder argue he should be convicted of voluntary manslaughter because he believed the May 31 slaying would save unborn children. Suddenly, the case has taken on a new significance that has galvanized both sides of the nation’s abortion debate.
Read the entire article.
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FRC Asks: ‘Is There No Democratic Senator Who Cares About Life?’
Washington, D.C. – Early this morning, the U.S. Senate voted for cloture on the manager’s amendment which includes abortion language that would force the federal government to pay premiums for private health plans that will cover any or all abortions while doing nothing to protect individual conscience rights. Beyond the issue of abortion, the legislation has a myriad of other problems including increasing taxes on families while singling out and penalizing married couples through an increase in the payroll tax. Cuts to Medicare and the expansion of the federal role in personal health care decisions will inevitably lead to rationing of care for patients.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins had this to say about the legislation:
“While true health care reform is needed, this legislation does nothing to alleviate the problems facing American families. Under this bill, families face an increasing tax burden that will be used to further devalue human life. A federal government run health care system will create a nationwide abortion network funded by government dollars resulting in the greatest abortion expansion since Roe v. Wade.
“The Senate’s cloture vote reflects the whole process leading up to it – ugly, partisan and dangerous. This legislation was drafted by a handful of people, supported by only one political party and will negatively affect every single American citizen.
“What is most disappointing is that while some Democrats in the House of Representatives put the sanctity of human life first and foremost, not one Senator from the Democratic Party could be bothered to stand up for mothers and their unborn children.
“Senators Ben Nelson (D-Nebr.) and Robert Casey (D-Penn.) gave mere lip service to protect the most innocent among us by placing their stamp of approval on government funding for abortion coverage in direct conflict with longstanding policy. I ask them to reverse course in any future votes to move this deadly bill forward.”