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Video - Growing up in a culture of abortion
"Since 2010, abortion has declined by 12% in our country. But, any baby lost to abortion is a loss, and we're losing over 3000 a day."
Renee Pillor, Vice President of Pro-Life Unity and Vice President of Cherish Life Ministries, talks to Alison Howard, Director of Alliance Relations at Alliance Defending Freedom.
The event they attended was the "Road to Majority" conference in Washington DC.
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FOX Panelist Defends Planned Parenthood Government Funding
By Jack Yoest
Bruce Japsen claims access to Parent Parenthood is necessary in ‘Forbes on Fox’ discussion about defunding.
Watch the video clip here.
Bruce Japsen, a Forbes contributor who writes about health care, defended the continued federal funding of Planned Parenthood’s 700 health centers. He said that people calling for defunding were essentially saying if patients “like their [Planned Parenthood] health center, they can’t keep it.”
Japsen made that defense during a debate over Planned Parenthood defunding on “Forbes on FOX” on Aug. 8, 2015. His position was in the minority, with several others guests saying the group should lose federal funding.
Later in the broadcast he also refused to address the “picking apart of human bodies” by arguing there is a health care “access” problem for low-income people and strongly implied Planned Parenthood is the solution for education on “whether to have a child or not” and for “outpatient services” like pap smears.
“Isn’t that a good thing,” Japsen asked. His claims echoed the talking points of Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards who has been on defense as undercover videos surfaced about the abortion-provider.
The notion government subsidies must continue, they claim, because women depend on them as a last-line of healthcare defense is one of Richards’ claims: “Planned Parenthood is their only doctor…”
In defending Planned Parenthood, Japsen overlooked some important statistics…
Read the story Forbes Contributor Defends Planned Parenthood in Fox Debate
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Why are Christian and pro-life leaders / media outlets giving Dr. Ben Carson a pass?
I'm sure this article isn't going to make many friends, so be it.
I like Dr. Ben Carson, I just think sometimes he makes statements that aren't very smart, and then he doubles down when he should step back and reconsider.
The latest controversy has to do with his response to a research paper he wrote where he refers to humans who were killed by abortion as "specimens." It doesn't end there.
Read my article at PeterShinn.com.
Columnists • Peter Shinn • Commentary • Life & Liberty • Pro-Life Unity • Bio-Ethics • (0) Comments • Permalink
Abortion Clinic Near San, Diego California Closes After Abortionist Takes an Early Retirement
A Southern California abortion clinic that had long been the site of pro-life outreaches has unexpectedly closed.
What Is Needed To Get Your Message Understood?
by Jack Yoest
The wrong combination of what the small business offers and then delivers can leave a bad taste.
The salt-water taffy candy tasted terrible. It was safe to eat and would hurt nothing but sales. And it was my fault.
Your (much younger) Business Professor did it on purpose. It started as a noble experiment but then devolved into a base prank.
One summer, I was working as a candy cook with two other bored confederates. We dreamed up a chemistry research project combining two of the five senses: color coordination and a taste response.
No animals were hurt in this human testing.
Our hypothesis was simple, “If the taste and coloring were different, would the tongue taste what the eye saw? Or would the eye see what the tongue tasted?”
Read the article here at Small Business Trends. And be sure to read the comments.
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Is It Possible To Teach Business Ethics?
By Jack Yoest
Your Business Professor was teaching our 5-year-old boy some basketball moves in our backyard court.
Grab a jersey here. Push there. Lean. Scream.
Charmaine looked out the window from her home office. As a Kentucky Wildcats fan, she understands basketball’s contact nature, but she had never heard the narrative, the coaching.
“What are you doing?” she asked me.
“Teaching him how to cheat,” I said as I deftly showed my boy my favorite defensive move: How to gently touch the shooter’s arm without getting caught by the referee.
And I have another motivation. Knowing how to “bend” the rules would be a valuable skill if — more like, when! — he decides to run his own business. I am a forward-thinking father.
“I don’t think I like that.” She was worried about our boy. “Isn’t that how all those Tyco guys got started?”
I stopped to give her argument some consideration…
Read the story here.
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The Planned Parenthood Baby Organ Profit Center
How much profit is in a baby liver?
A few years ago Your Business Professor was needling his tax accountant. I asked him, “What will you do when everyone uses software to do taxes?” He says, “My business is growing and will continue—“
“But the numbers; the taxable income—the profit is easy to figure…”
He smiles, “But what is “profit?”
So the debate on the profitability of organ donations caught my attention. Here’s the sell sheet,
— Chris Martin (@ChrisMartin17) July 17, 2015
In particular, 42 U.S.C. 289g-2(a) makes it unlawful for any person “to knowingly acquire, receive, or otherwise transfer any fetal tissue for valuable consideration if the transfer affects interstate commerce” (emphasis added).
The law defines “valuable consideration” to exclude “reasonable payments associated with the transportation, implantation, processing, preservation, quality control, or storage of human fetal tissue.”
But like my CPA said, the “valuable consideration,” the remainder of sales minus expenses is open to interpretation.
The question becomes, Is $24,250 a “reasonable payment” in the sale of a human organ? Planned Parenthood claims they are just covering their expenses. StemExpress has spoken by taking their website offline.
So let’s look at what their expenses might be. Please let me know on Twitter @JackYoest http://www.twitter.com/jackyoest if my estimate for each line item is correct and if I have the services correct.
We can re-calibrate and update with the wisdom of crowds in the TwitterVerse.
Cost of Goods Sold
Fifth month abortion 3,500
Lab (misc) 275
Company overhead (per transaction) 1,200
Sales Representative commission (10% of sale) 2,425
Tech courier 180
Ground transportation 75
Dry Ice (Cryopreserved) 20
Igloo container 40
Charter Helicopter (three hours) 4,500
Processing fee for investigators 150
RNA Quality Check 100
Tissue Macrodissection 40
Baby liver (tissue, issue one each) 24,250
I am using the complicated accounting formula: Sales – Expenses = Profit.
This higher, non-common-core, math gives us a real number: Eleven Large.
The Alert Reader will notice that I am combining the expenses for both #PlannedParenthood, which produces the goods for sale, and Stem Express, which is the channel of distribution (let’s not call them a middleman or rent–seeking parasite), to the end user.
The actual transportation/delivery costs might normally be done by a FedEx’er shipper. (Listed on the StemExpress website order form.) A bit cheaper than chartering a helicopter but I want to be underestimating and diplomatic to Dr. Frankenstein’s potential expenses at Planned Parenthood.
The #AlertStudent knows that in the formula these numbers are constants. But in normal business these forecasted numbers can have variation. Sales demand can go up or down and Expenses can go up or down. Profit is not guaranteed.
There is a chance that no profit could be made or that a company could lose money (I’ve done a lot of those…).
There is risk in business. Profit is the reward for managing this risk.
But would appear that there is little risk to deliver a liver. Stem Express gives Planned Parenthood a shopping list for the body parts needed and the abortionist can schedule a “donor” to fit the bill, so to say.
How much the “doctor” pressures the patient to “choose” abortion over life is not known. (Actually a pregnant women should be treated as two patients.)
Anyway, the abortionist will then modify the surgical procedure to extract the organ that was pre-ordered. There are no inventory carrying costs. There is minimal risk.
This is a nearly risk-free business and a very profitable business model.
But is it ethical or legal? Not likely. The profits seem to be far in excess above a break-even analysis. This can be determined in an independent audit.
Obama Spokesman on Selling Aborted Baby Body Parts: We Will Not Defund Planned Parenthood
Just three days after saying that Planned Parenthood’s selling the body parts of aborted babies is “ethical,” President Barack Obama’s top spokesman this afternoon cut off a reporter and refused to discuss the issue further. The Obama official also confirmed President Obama will not agree to cut off taxpayer funding of the abortion company over the shocking news.
Peter Shinn Interviews Ben Davidson from Suspicious 0bservers
What’s going on with our weather? Why is it getting colder, not warmer? What about the sunspots, magnetic pole reversal? Peter and Ben discuss these issues and many more!
Ben Davidson is the Founder and CS0 of Suspicious 0bservers
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Before Dismembering Her Unborn Baby, Abortionist Tells Woman “You’re Signing This Life Away”
(LiveActionNews) — A woman decided to have a late-term abortion because the baby had spina bifida, and would likely be in a wheelchair. Some techniques of late-term abortion require a woman to go through labor, and she wanted to avoid that, so she opted to have her child dismembered in a D&E abortion procedure. In this type of abortion, the abortionist dismembers the baby with forceps, pulling out pieces (arms, legs, etc) and the baby is usually alive and conscious as he or she is torn apart.