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“Profits from Pain”: Live Action Exposes Dangerous Late-Term Abortion Procedure in Albuquerque
Vote on “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance” to Take Place Next Week
Arlington VA — As citizens of Albuquerque, New Mexico prepare to vote on a groundbreaking fetal pain ordinance on Nov. 19, the pro-life organization Live Action today released a new investigative video that exposes the gruesome particulars of the late-term abortion procedure and the sleazy business side of the abortion industry.
The video, titled “Profits from Pain,” features a new investigative recording from the notorious late-term abortion facility Southwestern Women’s Options. Live Action exposed this abortion facility’s gruesome and negligent practices in this past summer’s Inhuman investigation.
The numbers don’t lie: Obamacare enrollment figures or President Barack Obama’s declining poll standing
Washington (CNN) – The numbers don’t lie: whether you look at the low Obamacare enrollment figures or President Barack Obama’s declining poll standing, what you see is a White House — and a presidency — at a crossroads, facing persistent questions about credibility and competence.
The question now consuming Washington is whether this is just a temporary bad turn or a tipping point.
WASHINGTON — U.S. agencies collected and shared the personal information of thousands of Americans in an attempt to root out untrustworthy federal workers that ended up scrutinizing people who had no direct ties to the U.S. government and simply had purchased certain books. Federal officials gathered the information from the customer records of two men who were under criminal investigation for… Read more →
On Tuesday, former Marxist-turned-conservative icon David Horowitz spoke at the Heritage Foundation to mark the launch of what will be a ten-volume compendium of his writings on leftism,The Black Book of the American Left. In his wide-ranging speech, Horowitz described his transition from left to right, and discussed the shortcomings of a conservative movement unwilling to deal with the ugly… Read more →
Swampscott, Massachusetts Selectman Barry Greenfield is pushing a measure to give police the authority to conduct home searches to check proper storage of firearms. Greenfield said “state law requires Massachusetts gun owners to keep their firearms locked away or rendered inoperable.” There are “600 registered gun owners in [Swampscott],” and the selectman wants police to be able to drop in unannounced, enter… Read more →
Government-paid workers supposedly trained to uphold the law advise clients on how to lie on Obamacare forms
James O’Keefe, the guerrilla videographer who helped bring down ACORN (the “community organizing” group that Barack Obama worked for as a lawyer and trainer) and got NPR’s president fired, is back.
This time, his undercover investigators focused on Obamacare’s “navigators,” the nearly 50,000 people who, in the words of the Department of Health and Human Services, “will serve as an in-person resource for Americans who want additional assistance in shopping for and enrolling in plans” on the Obamacare exchanges (at least when they’re finally working). The total value of grants doled out for nonprofits and community organizations to hire navigators has topped $67 million nationwide, and some of the money is going to a group run by ACORN’s highly controversial founder.
The events of O’Keefe’s video of a Texas navigator site run by the National Urban League are a familiar sight to viewers of his past efforts exposing Medicaid and voter fraud. Government-paid workers supposedly trained to uphold the law advise clients on how to lie on government forms, evade legal requirements, and ignore proper procedures.
The NSA spying scandals have taken a toll on Germans’ opinion of their longtime ally, according to a new survey. Mistrust in the United States has skyrocketed, and more Germans are viewing whistleblower Edward Snowden as a hero. A string of NSA spying scandals has sent Germans’ trust in the United States plummeting, with only a third saying they view their longtime ally as… Read more →
It’s pretty clear President Obama “really didn’t mean” “one of the most famous” promises of his presidency — that if you like your health care plan, you could keep it under ObamaCare (“period”).
The pledge has been called a “whopper” by independent fact checkers. And cancellation notices are landing in millions of mailboxes, leaving families and workers with fewer options and higher prices.
Feeling the heat, the president is giving that promise a “tweak.” He now claims that what he actually said was you could keep your plan if it hasn’t changed since Democrats shoved ObamaCare into law.
A dispute over an upstate New York town’s prayer before council meetings produced an unusually testy oral-argument session on Wednesday that recalled the decades of difficulty Supreme Court justices have had drawing the line between church and state. Court decisions involving freedom of religion tend to be closely decided with many separate opinions rather than clear-cut majority statements. The case… Read more →
The Senate took a bipartisan step toward approving the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, a law that would ban discrimination against gay workers. To examine the divide within the GOP on gay rights issues, Jeffrey Brown speaks with Gregory Angelo of the Log Cabin Republicans and Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council.