Archive for February, 2008

The following is from an e-mail I received from the Family Research Council:

A shocking set of recordings was released this week that could prove disastrous for Planned Parenthood’s ties with the African-American community. Lila Rose, a pro-life student and reporter at UCLA, launched an undercover investigation aimed at exposing the racism of the nation’s largest abortion merchant. With the help of an actor, she contacted Planned Parenthood clinics in seven states, inquiring if they would be willing to accept a donation earmarked for the abortion of black babies. The results were jaw-dropping.

Rose was appalled to discover that every last clinic agreed. Not one employee objected or questioned the request, even when the actor insisted that the purpose was to “lower the number of black people” in America. When the caller phoned an Ohio branch, he was told that Planned Parenthood “will accept the money for whatever reason.” Read the outrageous transcript from the Idaho clinic, which is also available with Rose’s other recordings in a montage at FRC.

Actor: …I really faced trouble with affirmative action, and I don’t want my kids to be disadvantaged against black kids.

Planned Parenthood: Yes, absolutely.

Actor: And we don’t, you know, we just think the less black kids out there the better.

Planned Parenthood: (Laughs) Understandable, understandable… This is the first time I’ve had a donor call and make this kind of request, so I’m excited and want to make sure I don’t leave anything out.

Students at UCLA are so infuriated by the investigation that they are petitioning the university to cut all affiliation with Planned Parenthood. What few people realize is that the organization has a history of racism that has been ingrained since Planned Parenthood’s earliest days, when founder Margaret Sanger advocated negative eugenics and spoke to a woman’s branch of the KKK (Margaret Sanger, An Autobiography, 1938, p. 336-367). However, as is customary for Planned Parenthood, the organization has managed for decades to cover its tracks–and the facts. That task has just been made monumentally more difficult. Abortion has taken the innocent lives of over 14 million black children–a national tragedy that has begun uniting and mobilizing African-Americans across party, state, and financial lines.

Today, FRC hosted a press conference to kick off the National Black Pro-Life Gathering in Washington, D.C. which drew pastors, parents, leaders, and activists from across America to commemorate Black History Month by calling on abortion merchants like Planned Parenthood to stop preying on their community. As these abortion clinics continue to demonstrate that blood money is not colorblind, we call on Congress to de-fund and disavow Planned Parenthood. Taxpayers should not be forced to spend over $300 million on an organization whose scruples are for sale, even to those who seek racial genocide.

Additional Resources
YouTube videos: Planned Parenthood Racism Investigation.

This is one of the most despicable acts one human being can perpetuate upon another. To try to murder all the black children in America angers me to no end. There is no telling how many fathers or scientists or doctors or pianists or etc. that have been murdered in the womb in the name of ‘population over-growth’ is simply disgusting. It is done in this manner so these selfish people could go about their prejudiced lives without being prosecuted for what they reallly are…racists. I hate them.

BTW, Margaret Sanger was an atheist who believed in the murder of the weaker races. She cheered Adolf Hilter. I have good cause to hate her and every organization she started, such as planned ‘murderhood’.

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Oh YeaH!

Yes, speaking of fences…

Shivers me timbers!

Hot damn!

Hat tip: Winston at Spirit of Man.

I couldn’t resist this pick-me-up for today’s open trackback. There is too much gloom in the air. We have no candidate whom is actually espousing our beliefs and the Constitutionality of government. So, with that said, there is certainly no reason why we should be depressed. This is still the greatest country that God has ever created…except for Eden. 😉

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7. Diary of the Mad Pigeon: The Morality of Nanotechnology.
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Today’s Wednesday Hero is a remarkable man. Sgt. Jeremy Sudlow has received the Bronze Star for his untiring work as a Medium Truck Detachment with the 424th to help the Coalition Forces gain and maintain their ground.

Here is some information about Sgt. Sudlow:

Hometown: Pandora, OH
Awarded: Bronze Star
External Links: California Flyer story.
Download this hero’s story: “Save Target As…” to download.

He is among the group of people to whom I shall remain ever grateful. I would also like to thank their families and friends. You have sacrificed so much for our country so that we may remain free (and stupid, as some of us do), I don’t know if there is a way to repay you and say, “Thank you.” I just want you to know that you are also in our prayers, too.

We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived.

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Update: Indian Chris also has a very somber post of another Hero up today. You will find it as the first post I’ve trackbacked to. Please give Indian Christ a shout out and a ‘Good job’ for keeping the memories of fallen alive. It is truly so, we should thank God that such people lived. Thank you, Indian Chris, and thank you, Navy Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Michael E. Koch. May you rest in peace, and may your family and friends find comfort in the days and years to come. God bless you.

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Michael Steele for VP

Let us start a groundswell for this wonderful man. He is the first Lt. Governor in Maryland since the office was opened in 1970, he ran for the Senate in 2006 (but lost due to other Republicans’ corruption–I financially supported him), he is now the president of GOPAC, he is a straight talker, and you may read about his educational background and other history at Wikipedia.

Michael is quite an integral man who deserves our consideration. He was born October 19, 1958, at Andrews Air Force Base in Prince George’s County to Maebell Turner and stepfather John Turner. He also has a sister, Monica, who was married to Mike Tyson.

During his high school years, he was a member of the Glee Club, the National Honor Society, and he participated in many drama club productions. In his senior year, he was elected student council president. He lived in Northwest Washington, DC, which was a pretty integrated school. Good for him!

You just have to read this:

After college, Steele spent three years as a seminarian in the Order of St. Augustine in preparation for the priesthood. He entered the Augustinian Friars Seminary at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. As a seminarian, he taught freshman world history and senior economics for one year at Malvern Prep School in Malvern, Pennsylvania, but ultimately decided on a career in law and he left the Seminary prior to taking the vows.

What a wonderful man. Full of grace, mercy, and wisdom. Yes, this is the man we need for Vice President. He can fill in the holes in McCain’s lack of economics plus youth.

Also after his education, this is said of him in the national political sense:

Recently, Steele has attained national prominence due to his stature as a successful elected conservative Republican African American and his public speaking. At the 2004 Republican National Convention, Steele gave the Republican counterpoint to the Democrats’ Barack Obama in a prime time speech, Steele’s first major national exposure. In April 2005, President Bush chose Steele as one of three members of the United States delegation at the investiture of Pope Benedict XVI at the ceremonial mass in St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City. [Continue reading.]

Please call toll free 1-866-340-9281 and let them know you want Michael Steele for the VP. Maybe if he (McCain) gets enough calls for Michael to be on the ticket, we can have a winning team. Thank you, and God bless your family and you.

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I have eight articles for your pleasure today and afterward, I would like to comment on Sen. Obama’s knowledge (or lack thereof) of our missle defense systems. In order to keep this post clean, I will provide the title and a small summary.


Iraqi National Police graduate Carabinieri training.
by MC2 Erica Gardner

BAGHDAD (Feb. 19, 2008) – Iraqi National Police graduated from the second Carabinieri-trained Iraqi National Police Course Feb. 19 at Camp Dublin in Baghdad.

More than 500 graduates were commended by Iraqi Army Gen. Babakir, chief of staff for the Iraqi ground forces; Iraqi Police Maj. Gen. Hussein, Iraqi National Police commander; U.S. Army Lt. Gen. James Dubik, NATO Training Mission – Iraq commander; Italian Maj. Gen. Alessandro Pompegniani, NATO Training Mission – Iraq deputy commander; U.S. Army Brig. Gen. David Phillips, Multi-National Security Transition Command – Iraq, Coalition Police Advisory Training Team commanding general; and Italian Ambassador Maurizio Melani. [Continue reading.]

These men have been trained by the Ministry of the Interior, and they are known as the Carabiniere (I think). These are the professionals, and they are being trained to be able to provide security and train others so that they are not dependent on foreign governments for their security.

Joint operation helps displaced families return home.
by Kirby Rider

BAQUBAH, Iraq (Feb. 20, 2008) — Families displaced from a town near Baqubah, Iraq, were escorted back to their homes by the Iraqi army and Coalition Soldiers Feb. 13 during Operation Fierce Thrasher.

Soldiers from Company F, 52nd Infantry Regiment, 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, from Fort Lewis, Wash., helped 39 families dislocated due to fear of terrorist attacks return to their homes in the town of Durah, Iraq.

“Today’s mission was to secure the village of Durah to allow the repatriation of the Sunnis into the village,” said Capt. Troy Mills, commander of Company F. [Continue reading.]

This is a great article. Not only are these families moving back home, but they are setting up a Sons of Iraq group. The people are willing to work with the Iraqi Police, Coalition Forces, and against al Qaida. Another town turned. This is a good thing not only for us but for them as well.

Iraqis rebuild power line towers in Sayafiyah.
by Luis Delgadillo
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division Public Affairs Office

FOB KALSU, Iraq (Feb. 20, 2008) — With assistance from coalition troops and Iraqi security forces, ministry of electricity workers are rapidly reconstructing three high-tension power line towers in Sayafiyah, 25 kilometers south of Baghdad.

Soldiers of Troop A, 5th Squadron, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, and members of an Iraqi police security detail are providing security for 130 workers from the MoE rebuilding the structures, which form part of Baghdad’s ‘power belt.’

“There is a 400 kilovolt distribution ring that goes around Baghdad and this (section) is the southern part of it,” said 1st Lt. Matthew Shoop, electrical projects engineer, 2-3 Brigade Troop Battalion, 2nd BCT, 3rd Inf. Div. [Continue reading.]

I do not know too much about electricity, but I do know about human behavior. Once these men were reassured of their safety, they were ready to get to work. I am proud of them.

First basic recruits graduate from IP Academy.
by Elvyn Nieves

BAGHDAD, Iraq (Feb. 24, 2008) — History was made when the inaugural class of more than 1,100 Iraqi police recruits graduated from a two-week Basic Recruit Training Course, Feb. 21, at the Furat Iraqi Police Training Academy in Baghdad.

During the initial phase of their training, the graduates successfully completed training on weapons familiarization, law, ethics, crime scene, handcuffing and various additional skills during the course. [Continue reading.]

This is outstanding! This is the largest number of volunteers I have seen yet. Some say they joined because of the violence caused by the terrorists. They want to protect their country. Very admirable.


ANA adds new capability to arsenal.
by Timothy Dinneen

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan (Feb. 19, 2008) — A new program instructing Afghan National Army soldiers to effectively provide indirect artillery fire is due to graduate its first platoon in Paktya Province Feb. 25, according to a Combined Joint Task Force-82 official.

The 21-day program instructs ANA soldiers on NATO firing tactics, techniques and procedures converting them for use with Russian 122 mm howitzers. The field artillery course focuses on fire direction and gun-line procedures allowing the ANA to compute all firing data. [Continue reading.]

I am going to admit that I do not understand indirect-fire, but these Afghan National Army soldiers are learning how to be effecient using these weapons. Once they’ve been trained how to use these weapons (as they do in NATO–er, huh?–), then they will be able to stay where they are. See, they usually just yank these men away whenever they need someone, and that is not good for cohesion. Oh, this is a new ‘toy’ for guys. (They are the same everywhere, I swear! lol)

Police grads bring ‘hope and peace’ for Afghan people.
by Steven Parks
ARSIC-S Public Affairs Office

A color guard of Afghan National Policemen from the Bala-Beluk district listen to a speaker during their graduation ceremony Feb. 21. (U.S. Navy Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class David M. Votroubek)

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Feb. 21, 2008) — On Feb. 21, 259 Afghan National Police from Zabul province graduated from the Focused District Development eight-week training initiative at the Regional Training Center here.

The graduation ceremony included numerous ANP and Coalition senior officers, as well as the governor of Kandahar, Assadullah Khalid, all of whom offered congratulations to the proud and well-trained graduates.

“With you graduating, it gives us hope and peace; you are the ones who stand against the bad people,” Governor Khalid said. [Continue reading.]

It appears that there are many natives graduating from training to be either police officers, national police, or Army personnel in both Iraq and Afghanistan. This is a good thing. It has taken many years, but there is hope that we are turning or have turned a corner. Let us pray for all of men and women to remain safe, and that they come home in one piece when it is time for them to come home. God, please watch them and protect them. Thank You. Amen.

Troops provide ton of aid to Kandahar.
Bagram Media Center.

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan (Feb. 24, 2008) — Afghan national security forces, assisted by Coalition forces, provided medical treatment to 210 patients and provided more than one ton of humanitarian aid for 400 Afghans in Hajyano-Qala in the Arghandab District of Kandahar province, Afghanistan, Feb. 19.

Kuchi elders attended a community development council recently and requested medical and humanitarian aid from the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan representatives. [Continue reading.]

I don’t know why (yeah, right), but for some reason the new name of Afghanistan REALLY bothers me. Anyway, they are doing good works.


Vets treat hundreds of animals in Kenya.
by Michelle Halpin

MANDA BAY, Kenya (Feb. 16, 2008) — A Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa civil affairs team worked side by side with host nation veterinarians and other locals to vaccinate and treat more than 400 animals for various ailments during a veterinary civil action program that kicked off on Manda Island in Kenya’s Lamu District, Feb. 14.

…All the animals were treated for internal and external parasites and ticks…The Manda “cattle crush” is the first of several sites the 350th CACOM FXSP and their Kenyan partners visited in the region…”It was a great first day. We (also) got to work with the Kenya Red Cross and the National Youth Service. They did a great job helping move the goats and working with the animal herdsman. I was really pleased with their [Kenyans] work ethic. They were willing to get in there and get dirty and get the herds run through. I think it’s going to be a great mission,” said Army Capt. Karin Hamilton, 350th CACOM FXSP veterinary corps officer…The VETCAP personnel expect to treat over 20,000 animals during their current mission, where at its peak they expect to take care of over 10,000 animals in a single day. [Continue reading.]

It is good that they made their way into Kenya. I swear I hope they did more than just take care of the animals. I love animals, but come on! There’s a freakin’ war going on in Keyna and the whole region. Sheesh.

Now to discuss our missle defense system. Are you aware that, according to Barack Obama, that our system does not work. Oh? Then explain to me how, HOW, did we hit a satellite moving at the speech of 15-20,000 mph that is was the size of school bus and at the point of impact hit the fuel tank which was only 14 inches at a distance of 130 miles above the earth and it only took one minute for the missle to get there? Yes, we got it. We don’t know if it hit the fuel section, but daggone! What a shot! Whoohoo! Heh hem, Sen? Better go back to school, eh? lol.

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Ouch, that hurt. lol. I have all the lights out, the TV is off, and the radio is on as low as it can possibly go. I cannot keep my eyes open, my head is consuming my inards, I have lost all control. I can hear each key as I type this, and I don’t understand why they are screaming at me. I might as well through in the fact that my left wrist is killing me again. (I keep picking things, forgetting that this hand is still healing. Ouch! lol)

So today is another day for you to bail me out of this with your magnificant posts. Other than this? I am doing very well. Thanks guys, and do not worry. This only means we are heading into a real storm within three days. lol. Ouch.

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Update: Someone must be praying for me. It is now 9pm, and the pressure in my head is almost gone. I didn’t even drink a cup of coffee yet! Whoever it is, thank you so very much (Debbie, Butch and Angel). 😉

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Trust Me

As some of you already know, I am physically unable to make it to my Church. Therefore I watch two programs on TV on Sunday morning. Dr. D. James Kennedy* and Dr. Charles Stanley. It is amazing how different their style is, yet they both spoke on the same theme today. That message was Trust in God.

What I learned this morning, as a renewed theme in my life, is to trust the Lord. Trust what He has said in the Scriptures, but also to submit wholey to Him. When I ask God to fix something or someone through prayer, I must wholely trust that the right answer will be God’s decision. Even if I don’t understand it.

Why do I say this? Is this what was preached? In a way yes, in a way no. This is what I received in my heart. Maybe I am being convicted in my heart, because I do some of those things that were discussed.

When we pray, when we go to Christ, do we actually submit ourselves wholey and trust Him to do what is right and good and holy and just? Or do we stand there and discuss our needs, our problems, and our solutions to the problems that caused us to go to Him in the first place?!? I must admit, I am a debator.

I apologize for not being more equipped with words of wisdom. That is because I have stopped keeping notes during Church. It used to be a habit, but I know it all now. NOT! Next week I shall try to have a better discussion with you. Thank you, and have a great week.

Dear Heavenly Father,

I repent my stubbornness and arrogance when I pray for Your help for anything. I have not gone to the foot of the Cross and asked Jesus to grant me His Yoke. I am so ashamed. I know from experience that You always answer my prayers (whether I like the answer or not), and I know that You are faithful and forgiving, merciful and loving. Please help me to be a better stewardess of Your Word which You have entrusted me with so as to edify others. Help me to be a better, more loving Christian. Help me, most of all, to be better at praying for others. I need You, I lay myself prostrate at the foot of the Cross, and I ask You, Jesus, please may I have Your Yoke? Thanks You, LORD. In Jesus’ precious I pray. Amen.

*Dr. Kennedy is deceased, but they play his recorded messages. I miss him very much. Rest in Peace, Dr. K.

Update: I just could not help myself when I saw this adorable flag as a symbol of my support for Israel. I saw it over at Woman Honor Thyself. You really should check out her site, because she has the most adorable little trinkets within her posts. I just wish I knew how she does all of it. I find one, and I have to upload it to blogger so they all come out too large. Humph. Oh well. I hope I will always have Angel to help me with these cute little things. 😉

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