It’s Caturday!

Posted in Uncategorized | 8 Comments

General Discussion, Saturday, June 25, 2022

Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Outreach to abortion recipients doesn’t turn out as expected . . .

Repeat post from last December. This is the perfect day for it!

A well-known organization reaches out to women who have had abortions to find out how new legislation limiting abortion would have harmed them. The results they obtained weren’t what they expected.

Their stories make my heart happy. What I know to be true is proven to be true: When it comes down to it, most people in the USA reject abortion as a “solution”.

American Thinker

FiveThirtyEight, a left-leaning site, put out a request for information.  On Christmas Day, it asked women to send in their abortion stories (and yes, it spoke of women, not birthing people) and provided a form by which they could do so.  We don’t know what responses they got from the form, but the responses on Twitter are amazing.  An overwhelming number came from women who did not have an abortion or regretted having one, or from children who are grateful they weren’t aborted.  I’ll share some with you.

Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Social Media | Leave a comment

Seen on social media – life matters

Although today’s SCOTUS decision does not outlaw abortion, it is a step in the right direction. Perhaps it will make a woman or two think twice before choosing termination of their pregnancies.

Besides, I love this smiling baby!

Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Law, Supreme Court | 6 Comments

Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade


The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion. Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives.

Here is the complete decision:

Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Law, Supreme Court | 21 Comments

General Discussion, Friday, June 24, 2022

Posted in Uncategorized | 44 Comments

Supreme Court makes ‘momentous’ Second Amendment ruling

From Yahoo News:

Continue reading

Posted in Amendment 2, Law, Supreme Court | 5 Comments

General Discussion, Thursday, June 23, 2022

Posted in Uncategorized | 29 Comments

Uvalde Shootings – Kayleigh McEnany: ‘This is a damning timeline’


The cop husband of teacher Eva Mireles who was murdered in the Uvalde school shooting tried to rush in and save her after she called to tell him she had been shot but was stopped by colleagues who took away his gun.

Eva Mireles, a fourth grade teacher, was identified by her family as being one of the staff members shot dead. She had worked in education for 17 years.

Her husband Ruben Ruiz, a veteran detective and SWAT team member currently serving as a police officer with the school district, held regular active shooter drills for the schools – most recently at the end of March.

Continue reading

Posted in gun control, News | 2 Comments

Beggars can’t be choosy!

Posted in Biden Corruption, cartoon, Democrat corruption, Economy, Oil Prices | 1 Comment