Genderside In Action

I guess we shouldn't really be surprised. Since when does a woman refer to the "sex of the pregnancy"? Convenient euphemisms....

http://hotair.com/archives/2012/05/31/second-video-shows-planned-parenthood-clinic-advising-on-how-to-get-a-sex-selective-abortion/




Comments

Monica said…
my sister at St. Al's says to catch you speaking somewhere - can you tell me where to find your speaking schedule? I'm in So Cal.
Harry Caray said…
I would be interested in your speaking schedule as well . :-)
Harry Caray said…
BTW, enjoyed our chat at SEATAC airport last Friday. It was inspiring...after the week I had, I needed that. God Bless you sister...
Anonymous said…
Thank you sister for the good work and your continued vigilance.

Please be wary of The Blaze as it's a Glenn Beck product, a man who supports and defends torture, an intrinsic evil...the Catechism says, "Torture which uses physical or moral violence to extract confessions, punish the guilty, frighten opponents, or satisfy hatred is contrary to respect for the person and for human dignity" (No. 2298). More so, In Catholic teaching, human dignity does not come from any human quality or accomplishment; it comes from God. For this reason, the catechism teaches, "It is also blasphemous to make use of God's name to cover up criminal practices, to reduce peoples to servitude, to torture persons or put them to death" (No. 2148). That being said, where is the outcry via your blog about Mississippi putting someone to death?
hmm...the link I provide in this post isn't from The Blaze but from another source.

I do know that The Blaze is overseen by Glenn Beck and I like him very much. Of course, I do not agree with every statement he makes but I believe that he speaks the truth and says things that few others are willing to say.

That being said, I have never heard him advocate for torture. He has had discussions about enhanced interrogation techniques (ie-"waterboarding") which some people consider torture but I have never heard him say that he is a proponent for torture.

What does Glenn Beck have to do with capital punishment in Mississippi?
Jimmy the Merciful said…
Oh,Sister...There you go again!

Whether you call it Torture or hide behind the feel good synonym of "Enhanced Interrogation", the purpose is to submit an innocent person (under US Law) to fear, pain, and humiliation in order to gather unreliable information. I cant support it under any name as a Catholic, Christian or American.

As for the recent execution. I believe that the point was not about something Glenn Beck said or you posted. It was about what wasnt said or posted. The State ignored the sanctity of human life and killed one of God's creations in our name. We have become a barbaric and hypocrical society.

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