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For the GOP, Trouble in Kentucky

Anyone who’s wandered the halls of the Capitol in recent years is likely well familiar with the irascible Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky.). The Hall of Fame baseball
Jul 31, 2020

For the GOP, Trouble in Kentucky

For the GOP, Trouble in Kentucky

Anyone who’s wandered the halls of the Capitol in recent years is likely well familiar with the irascible Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky.). The Hall of Fame baseball
Anyone who’s wandered the halls of the Capitol in recent years is likely well familiar with the irascible Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky.). The Hall of Fame baseball
Jul 31, 2020

GOP Leaders Back Away From Fishy ‘Democratic Memo’ on Health Care

GOP Leaders Back Away From Fishy ‘Democratic Memo’ on Health Care

Shortly after Politico reported on an internal Democratic memo telling members to spin away the looming cost of a doc fix, Republicans began pointing
Shortly after Politico reported on an internal Democratic memo telling members to spin away the looming cost of a doc fix, Republicans began pointing
Jul 31, 2020

Video by anti abortion group critical of Guttmacher Institute

The Radiance Foundation logo (Pic via toomanyaborted.com) The Radiance Foundation, an anti-abortion group that has focused its attention on the African-American community, has released a new video titled “WE’VE BEEN GUTTMACHER’D.” The group claims the video “exposes the pro-abortion distortions of the Guttmacher Institute.” As the Independent’s Virginia Chamlee previously reported , the Radiance Foundation’s Ryan Bomberger has had his eye on the Guttmacher Institute for some time. He has called the Institute a “global pro-abortion extension” of Planned Parenthood that is “continually lavished with misleading credentials by mainstream media.” His new video condenses all his past claims about the group into a snappy one-minute ad with lyrics mostly aimed at the Institute’s founder: “You are all about eugenics … lying about abortion clinics … you are funded by Planned Parenthood,” etc. Bomberger’s recent press release announces his new video while simultaneously defending presidential candidate Herman Cain’s comments falsely claiming that Planned Parenthood was created to prevent “black babies from being born.” According to the press release : “Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project 2.0 Director lashed out at Cain for using ‘inflammatory and divisive language.’ In the real world, we call this language ‘truth.’ Guttmacher began as a pseudo-scientific arm of Planned Parenthood and, today, gives legs to the abortion giant’s propaganda,” said Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation.
Jul 31, 2020

Video by anti abortion group critical of Guttmacher Institute

Video by anti abortion group critical of Guttmacher Institute

The Radiance Foundation logo (Pic via toomanyaborted.com) The Radiance Foundation, an anti-abortion group that has focused its attention on the African-American community, has released a new video titled “WE’VE BEEN GUTTMACHER’D.” The group claims the video “exposes the pro-abortion distortions of the Guttmacher Institute.” As the Independent’s Virginia Chamlee previously reported , the Radiance Foundation’s Ryan Bomberger has had his eye on the Guttmacher Institute for some time. He has called the Institute a “global pro-abortion extension” of Planned Parenthood that is “continually lavished with misleading credentials by mainstream media.” His new video condenses all his past claims about the group into a snappy one-minute ad with lyrics mostly aimed at the Institute’s founder: “You are all about eugenics … lying about abortion clinics … you are funded by Planned Parenthood,” etc. Bomberger’s recent press release announces his new video while simultaneously defending presidential candidate Herman Cain’s comments falsely claiming that Planned Parenthood was created to prevent “black babies from being born.” According to the press release : “Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project 2.0 Director lashed out at Cain for using ‘inflammatory and divisive language.’ In the real world, we call this language ‘truth.’ Guttmacher began as a pseudo-scientific arm of Planned Parenthood and, today, gives legs to the abortion giant’s propaganda,” said Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation.
The Radiance Foundation logo (Pic via toomanyaborted.com) The Radiance Foundation, an anti-abortion group that has focused its attention on the African-American community, has released a new video titled “WE’VE BEEN GUTTMACHER’D.” The group claims the video “exposes the pro-abortion distortions of the Guttmacher Institute.” As the Independent’s Virginia Chamlee previously reported , the Radiance Foundation’s Ryan Bomberger has had his eye on the Guttmacher Institute for some time. He has called the Institute a “global pro-abortion extension” of Planned Parenthood that is “continually lavished with misleading credentials by mainstream media.” His new video condenses all his past claims about the group into a snappy one-minute ad with lyrics mostly aimed at the Institute’s founder: “You are all about eugenics … lying about abortion clinics … you are funded by Planned Parenthood,” etc. Bomberger’s recent press release announces his new video while simultaneously defending presidential candidate Herman Cain’s comments falsely claiming that Planned Parenthood was created to prevent “black babies from being born.” According to the press release : “Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project 2.0 Director lashed out at Cain for using ‘inflammatory and divisive language.’ In the real world, we call this language ‘truth.’ Guttmacher began as a pseudo-scientific arm of Planned Parenthood and, today, gives legs to the abortion giant’s propaganda,” said Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation.
Jul 31, 2020
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