26 June 2013

What Does 20 Weeks Look Like?


Yesterday, a woman in the Texas State Legislature stood and spoke nonstop for almost fourteen hours because she believed strongly that certain Texans are not allowed to be born and for abortion factories to continue businesses that are run like death camps.

Texas State Senator Wendy Davis filibustered the Special Senate session so that SB5, which put a prohibition on abortions after 20 weeks, could not be voted on and passed. SB5 begins (emphasis mine):
20 weeks, 2nd trimester
        SECTION 1.  (a)  The findings indicate that:
              (1)  substantial medical evidence recognizes that an
  unborn child is capable of experiencing pain by not later than 20
  weeks after fertilization;
              (2)  the state has a compelling state interest in
  protecting the lives of unborn children from the stage at which
  substantial medical evidence indicates that these children are
  capable of feeling pain;

I do not know Sen. Davis's personal stand on when a baby should be aborted. But the filibuster had nothing to do with babies. It had more to do with keeping the abortion enterprises open. The bill also contained language that would close down most abortion mills in the state. And if she did filibuster on behalf of unborn babies at all, then apparently it is OK to rip one from its mother's womb at 5 months gestation, or 20 weeks, because those babies don't feel any pain. The text of the bill can be read HERE

While filibustering and citizen participation is not illegal and in fact encouraged in Texas, the pro-abortion crowd was sickening to listen to as they loudly interrupted the attempts made at voting on the bill.  Christians being thrown in to the Colosseum with the lions, while the Roman crowd cheered on, comes to mind. Absolutely ZERO respect or appreciation for human life andthe gift that it is. Another part to abortion, such as in places like Planned Parenthood, is almost never discussed. Abortion arguments are formed around party affiliation. Republicans are against it, Democrats are for it. This is ridiculous. I am neither of those parties. All Taxpayers, regardless of their political party, pay taxes that directly support the extermination of life, both in this country and abroad.

The bill did not pass. But fortunately, Texas is pro-life.  Governor Perry called for a second Special Session within 18 hours of the bill's failure. 

Watch this incredible video. And remember, Senator Davis wants to be sure that babies can be aborted up until the 1:30 minute mark.

Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you...Jeremiah 1:5

this is an aborted baby 
 at 22 weeks:
click here

24 June 2013

Passing the Monster


In a post I wrote on June 13, I warned that 'Fundamental Transformation' was at our door, knocking loudly. It's here. Senators have answered the door, and let in a final component necessary for Obama's 2008 campaign promise.

I've revised the components that are contributing toward causing this country's collapse in terms of ever being a republic again:

Overwhelm the System: Scandals, lawlessness and massive legislation no one reads. 
Top down: Government Health Care.
Bottom up: Amnesty

Amnesty Legislation, if/when passed by Congress and signed by the president, the country indeed will have transformed. the Senate Bill, S.744, is as monstrous as the "Affordable Health Care Act." The "Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act" will not stop illegal immigration; it doubles the annual flow of guest workers; and the border will be anything but secure.  And just like Government Health Care, this Amnesty sham will give broad, sweeping power to the un-elected few. For  example, the legislation will have a 26-member Department of Homeland Security Task Force, and the members of said task force shall be appointed by the president. This is almost cartoonish: The bill creates an Immigration Ombudsman. Sure, that'll work.

Here's a sampling from this leviathan:


(a) Establishment-
(1) IN GENERAL- There is established an independent task force, which shall be known as the Department of Homeland Security Border Oversight Task Force (referred to in this section as the `DHS Task Force').
(2) DUTIES- The DHS Task Force shall--
(A) review and make recommendations regarding immigration and border enforcement policies, strategies, and programs that take into consideration their impact on border communities;
(B) recommend ways in which the Border Communities Liaison Offices can strengthen relations and collaboration between communities in the border regions and the Department, the Department of Justice, and other Federal agencies that carry out such policies, strategies, and programs;
(C) evaluate how the policies, strategies, and programs of Federal agencies operating along the international borders between the United States and Mexico and between the United States and Canada protect the due process, civil, and human rights of border residents, visitors, and migrants at and near such borders; and
(D) evaluate and make recommendations regarding the training of border enforcement personnel described in section 1112.
(A) IN GENERAL- The DHS Task Force shall be composed of 26 members, appointed by the President, who have expertise in migration, local crime indices, civil and human rights, community relations, cross-border trade and commerce, quality of life indicators, or other pertinent experience, of whom--
(i) 11 members shall be from the Northern border region and shall include--
(I) 2 local government elected officials;
(II) 2 local law enforcement official;
(III) 2 civil rights advocates;
(IV) 1 business representative;
(V) 1 higher education representative;
(VI) 1 representative of a faith community; and
(VII) 2 representatives of U.S. Border Patrol; and
(ii) 15 members shall be from the Southern border region and include--
(I) 3 local government elected officials;
(II) 3 local law enforcement officials;
(III) 3 civil rights advocates;
(IV) 2 business representatives;
(V) 1 higher education representative;
(VI) 1 representative of a faith community; and
(VII) 2 representatives of U.S. Border Patrol.
(B) NONGOVERNMENTAL APPOINTEES- Individuals appointed as members of the DHS Task Force may not be employed by the Federal Government.
(C) TERM OF SERVICE- Members of the Task Force shall be appointed for the shorter of--
(i) 3 years; or
(ii) the life of the DHS Task Force.
(D) CHAIR, VICE CHAIR- The members of the DHS Task Force shall elect a Chair and a Vice Chair from among its members, who shall serve in such capacities for the life of the DHS Task Force or until removed by the majority vote of at least 14 members.
(b) Operations-
(1) HEARINGS- The DHS Task Force may, for the purpose of carrying out its duties, hold hearings, sit and act, take testimony, receive evidence, and administer oaths.
(2) RECOMMENDATIONS- The DHS Task Force may make findings or recommendations to the Secretary related to the duties described in subsection (a)(2).
(3) RESPONSE- Not later than 180 days after receiving the findings and recommendations from the DHS Task Force under paragraph (2), the Secretary shall issue a response that describes how the Department has addressed, or will address, such findings and recommendations.
(4) INFORMATION FROM FEDERAL AGENCIES- The Chair, or 16 members of the DHS Task Force, may request statistics relating to the duties described in subsection (a)(2) directly from any Federal agency, which shall, to the extent authorized by law, furnish such information, suggestions, estimates, and statistics directly to the DHS Task Force.
(5) COMPENSATION- Members of the DHS Task Force shall serve without pay, but shall be reimbursed for reasonable travel and subsistence expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.
(c) Report- Not later than 2 years after its first meeting, the DHS Task Force shall submit a final report to the President, Congress, and the Secretary that contains--
(1) findings with respect to the duties of the DHS Task Force; and
(2) recommendations regarding border and immigration enforcement policies, strategies, and programs, including--
(A) a recommendation as to whether the DHS Task Force should continue to operate; and
(B) a description of any duties the DHS Task Force should be responsible for after the termination date described in subsection (e).
(d) Authorization of Appropriations- There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out this section for each of the fiscal years 2014 through 2017.
(e) Sunset- The DHS Task Force shall terminate operations 60 days after the date on which the DHS Task Force submits the report described in subsection (c).

The complete text of the bill can be found HERE.

Fundamental Ruination. 

SB 744 as it appears on
the Library of Congress


14 June 2013

The Clock Strikes Thirteen


Instructions: Do not construct one single sentence with the following words.

Law enforcement
Dirty bomb
First responder
North Korea
San Diego
Illegal immigrants

That is the list of words forced out of the Department of Homeland Security's "Analyst Desktop Binders" by one of those pesky FOIAs filed by The Electronic Privacy Information Center
"Don't you see that the whole aim of newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible because there will be no words in which to express it." (George Orwell, 1984)


H/T: Tavern Keepers and knowtoomuch.info

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