Monday, May 26, 2014

Pro-Life; Pro-Abortion: Is the Democrat Senate Candidate in Kentucky Pro-Abortion?

From: Americans United for Life

As pro-lifers who work in the tradition of the Abolition Movement and the Civil Rights Movement, it is fitting on this Memorial Day to remember that this holiday uniquely arose in the aftermath of the Civil War. It was a response of the living to honor the dead.

Following the War Between the States, former slaves organized the ‘First Decoration Day’ to honor Union soldiers who died as prisoners of war at a camp set up at the Charleston Race Course in South Carolina. Teachers, missionaries and free men and women joined together to decorate the unmarked graves where brave men had been hastily laid to rest.

Yale Professor David W. Blight, in a lecture, observed:

‘This was the first Memorial Day. African Americans invented Memorial Day in Charleston, South Carolina. What you have there is black Americans recently freed from slavery announcing to the world with their flowers, their feet, and their songs what the war had been about. What they basically were creating was the Independence Day of a Second American Revolution (My use of redmy addition).’

Newspapers reported that on that First Decoration Day, May 1, 1865, (which would become known officially as Memorial Day 3 years later), nearly 10,000 people came, to remember, to say thank you, to stop and to consider how life was different because men and women had the courage of their convictions. Our nation was changed forever when men fought and died for the humanity of all people, of every creed and color (My use of redmy addition).

We believe that legacy extends today to the fight for the humanity of the unborn (My use of redmy addition).

Is a Memorial Day celebration that used to be common in small towns part of your family heritage? Do you have memories of neighbors meeting in the graveyards to decorate the graves of veterans with flowers? Do you remember flags planted in the earth like red-white-and-blue bouquets?

Memorial Day stands apart from Veterans Day, in which we honor all who served. Memorial Day pays homage to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

The foundational principle that permeates our tribute is the belief that every life is singularly valuable (My use of redmy addition). I know today you join with me in honoring those who gave their lives for our freedom. What a weighty gift. A humbling gift.

It’s this recognition of the value of each life that undergirds all that we do. Thank you for enabling our work and standing with us so that everyone will be welcomed in life and protected in law (My use of red. Including those not yet born!my addition).

Yours for life,

Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D.
President & CEO
Americans United for Life”

Remember those who gave their lives for our freedoms. “Freedom is not free!” A price is paid!

John 8: 31-32 (NIV)

“To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, ‘If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.’”

John 18: 37 (NIV)

“‘You are a king, then!’ said Pilate.

Jesus answered, ‘You say that I am a king. In fact, the reason I was born and came into the world is to testify to the truth. Everyone on the side of truth listens to me.’”

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NEWS FLASH: now has the exclusive right to sale my first e-book in its Kindle Store.

The title of the e-book is The Black Sword: The Secret U.S. Army in Vietnam

A paperback and hardcover version of the book was available since 2007. I believe it was since 2007. I do not know for sure. It was copyrighted in 2007. That edition had one comment and that comment was very negative receiving a one star rating.

The direct link to the e-book:

Here is that comment in its entirety and without change from the site:

A poorly self aggrandizing working of ficition. November 8, 2012
By Robert M. Stanford
Format: Hardcover

I should prefix this by saying that I know the author of this book. To start regardless of how this book this being marketed by the author, it is a piece of fiction, the author never served in the military in capacity. Where to start with this review, the book is very poorly written and the author clearly did not do much in the way of historical research on military tactics in general or the Vietnam war in particular. The book reads much like a bad war movie mixed with some kind of cheesy martial arts film, the battle scenes are ridiculously unrealistic. Including laughably bad claims like how the author was trained in hand to hand combat techniques where he would be able to kill some one with one punch in less than one second, he selected for the group because he was genius with Forest Gump like running ability, doing three hours of weight training for 6 straight days a week for months, claims of gun with finger printer readers that only let the owner fire them, ect. Save yourself some money and avoid this book”

Robert does indeed know me. However, it goes a little deeper. Robert is my nephewthe first born of my younger sister. She is four years younger than I am. I was working for a living teaching school when she graduated from Illinois State University. She didnt meet her future husband until she was working as a teacher. Therefore, Robert wasnt even born during the time period of most of the book. Robert also never served in the military. Neither did his father or mother.

I do state that I have a tested I.Q. of 130 or above. Both of my children have tested I.Q.s of 130 or above. Does that prove that I do? Of course not. Therefore, before I wrote the book, I went to the public school district that I attended from first grade through high school. I asked for and received a copy of my school records including the results of an I.Q. test. I have written proof that I have a tested I.Q. of 130 or above. If I didnt, I would not have put it in the book. However, I never said, anywhere in the book, that I am a genius.

As far as his statement that the book is very poorly written.” That is, at best, an opinion. Read again what he wrote. How well written are his comments? I was a high school American government/economics teacher for ten years. Having been a teacher, I am use to negative comments from students. Most of those comments were from people who did not do well in my class. I expected the students to earn their grade through work and meeting my standards. If they did not, they suffered the consequences. Most did not like the consequences.

If you read the dedication page, I paid an English teacher to edit the work. We did each of the six chapters the same way. At the time, I lived in Tucson and she lived in Arkansas where she taught high school English. I mailed a chapter to her, she ripped it to shreds. I corrected and rewrote the chapter based upon her suggestions and sent the rewritten chapter back to her. She found more items to criticize and gave more suggested corrections. I corrected a second time and sent them back once again. She approved the chapter and mailed it back. When Robert states that the book is very poorly written,” he criticizes her. I do not believe those criticisms are justified.

Concerning the publication of the book itself, I did not want to go through a regular publishing house because I did not want the book to be edited by the publisher. Since I did not know how to publish a book, I hired a publishing company to do the actual printing of the book and the creation of the front and back book covers. When the company rejected my print copy because the margins were wrong several times including after I went to a Peoria printer to have the margins done correctly by a professional, I wrote the CEO of the company saying I was cancelling the contract because the company was not fulfilling its obligation to print the book. Without my knowledge, the book was printed and offered to the public including on Amazon in paperback and hardcover editions. My guess is that a company lawyer told the CEO that he had better fulfill the contract. I did not know the book was in distribution until I received a royalty check from the company. The copyright date on this published version of the book is 2007.

In the mean time, after borrowing money from my mother, I went to the Peoria printer and paid that company to print my book under my Arizona established publishing company. I had established the company in Arizona before moving back to Illinois in 2004. I never planned to live in Illinoisthe land of Barack Hussein Obamapermanently. Until this book was published, I had not actually published anything through the company. My book through my publishing company was published in 2008.

Here is a strange occurrence. Roberts mothermy younger sisterpurchased four books in 2008. There are four people in her familymother, father, brother, sister. I would have thought that Robert would have first read the book in 2008. He certainly did not have to purchase it from Amazon.

It was family squabble time. In 2004, I moved back to Illinois to care for my mother after my father had died. My two sisters and I had a verbal agreement that I would stay in Illinois until mom dies, caring for her in her home. She would not be put into a nursing home. After a series of minor strokes over a period of about a year, my sisters broke the agreement and put her in a home. Conflict resulted over my staying or leaving the house and the State. Discussion was done by e-mail. I stated in one e-mail that I was going to write more Black Sword booksfive in totaland the next one would include the current dispute.

In early January of 2012, I received an eviction notice. The process continued through the year until a court date was set for November 30, 2012. (I believe that is the correct date. I did not bother to check to make sure.) On October 15, 2012, my oldest sister died after a brief illness. On November 8, 2012, Robert posted his criticism of the book. Coincidence? On November 30, 2012, I was court ordered to leave the house by midnight on December 31, 2012. On December 31, 2012, I moved out of the house.

If Robert meant to hurt sales of the book, I hope he did. I want the other company to stop selling my book. And the company did send me notice that I am being dropped. Good! I had told them not to publish.

If you read this blog regularly, you may know that I actually write five blogs, six days a week. Not on Sunday.


http://christiangunslinger1.blogspot.compolitically conservative

http://christiangunslinger3.blogspot.compolitically conservative

http://christiangunslinger5.blogspot.compro-traditional family

http://christiangunslinger7.blogspot.compolitically conservative concentrating on the primaries and the upcoming general election

By the very nature of my blogs, I expect the radical Left, pro-abortion/unborn baby MURDERERS, and pro-homosexual behavior advocates to attack my e-book as well as anything else I wrote and publish. Robert may be the first but I do not expect him to be the last.

The e-book costs only $3.00. The only cheaper price is $2.99 and I do not price my books that way. Everyone should know that $2.99 is actually $3.00. What a sad marketing ploy! Spend the $3.00 to determine whether or not Robert is correct. If a member of Amazon prime, the book is a free selection. You just might be pleasantly surprised. I have received very positive comments from readers including people who have actually been in the military unlike Robert and a student at the United States Naval Academy located in Annapolis, Maryland who is the grandson of a friend.

And finally, I would like nothing better than being reconciled with my sister and the rest of my earthly family. The theme of the second book is family. Planned publication date 2015. The theme of the third book is politics with the planned publication date being 2017. The fourth about education in 2019. And the last and final book in the series, on the church of JESUS, the CHRIST in 2021.

The direct link to my e-book:

Texas Primary Run-Off: May 27, 2014 (Primary was March 4, 2014)

05) John Ratcliffe | Texas-04 | Primary: May 27



This is a run-off election. The Texas primary was March 4. His opponent is the incumbent. This is the only Congressional run-off election in Texas against an incumbent. John is endorsed by both the Senate Conservatives Fund and the Madison Project. The Madison Project is located in Texas and is both pro-life and traditional family.


“Kentucky Senate Candidate Alison Grimes Isn’t Just Pro-Abortion, She Backs Late-Term Abortions
by Rebecca Downs | Frankfort, KY | | 5/26/14

(LiveActionNews)—There has been some confusion recently regarding Kentucky U.S. Senate hopeful Alison Lundergan Grimes and her views on late-term abortion. Lundergan Grimes is endorsed by EMILY’s List (Members are extreme baby MURDERERS!my addition), which ‘ignite[s] change by getting pro-choice Democratic women elected to office.’ Karen Cross, the political director for National Right to Life, warns however, just how extreme EMILY’s List is:

‘EMILY’s List is a radical pro-abortion group which supports Democratic women candidates who support abortion on demand, partial-birth abortion and using your tax dollars to pay for abortion.’

Where the confusion comes into play involves statements from Lundergan Grimes’ campaign saying that ‘Alison opposes late-term abortions.’ The Weekly Standard reported in late April that despite this response, her campaign would not clarify further, particularly when it came to how she would vote on a 20-week ban. In 2013, Lundergan Grimes told Howard Fineman “that she was pro-choice down the line on abortion.” One could still be pro-choice and oppose aborting viable babies who can feel the pain of an abortion. It’s common sense. Those who oppose such a ban are the extreme ones, like EMILY’s List.

Alison Lundergan Grimes possibly feared being at odds with the financially endowed organization which has endorsed her. It is sadly not all that surprising then that earlier this week, The Weekly Standard reported ‘Alison Lundergan Grimes Finally Admits She Opposes Ban on Aborting Viable Infants.’ The Weekly Standard references an article from The National Journal which includes a quote from the candidate herself on abortion.

‘Grimes supports abortion rights. ‘I come from a family of five women,’ she says in the interview. ‘I would never pretend to tell one of my sisters what to do with their body and I don’t want the federal government doing that either.… When it comes to choice, I believe, should a woman have to make that decision, it’s between herself, her doctor, and her God (Dont you love how they always include GOD. And yet, they know that every abortion is MURDER! Therefore, if they really believe in GOD, they know that GOD condemns abortion/MURDER and they are condemning every unrepentant woman MURDERER to GODS just wrath! Ladies and gentlemen, it is their propaganda line! They do not believe a word of it themselves but they expect the public to buy it hook, line, and sinker! They believe the general public are idiots! They really do!my addition).’’

The statement is rather typical of the abortion supporting crowd. And like EMILY’s List, Lundergan Grimes doesn’t actually mention the horrific procedure of abortion, but rather talks about the bodies of the five women in her family. What is left out is that should one of her sisters become pregnant, the baby is the body of Alison’s niece or nephew (Exactly correct! And they know it. They know that the DNA of the baby is different from the DNA of the mother. They have to LIE. They have to distort. They have to repeat propaganda! They know they can not win on the science and the facts. They are the ones who are waging the real War on Women! And they know it! EVIL LIES!my addition).

So while Lundergan Grimes may be on the same page as EMILY’s List, she risks alienating 2/3 of Kentuckians, as 67% think that abortion should be illegal, according to a recent Marist poll. And it is quite ironic that ‘Alison Lundergan Grimes Is Talking A Lot About Her Gender’ and about 53 percent of the electorate, when most Americans, including most women, support a ban on late-term abortion.


Further problematic about this kind of a move is that Lundergan Grimes may very well likely be trying to shy away from discussing abortion, as she knows it is a problematic issue for a conservative state as Kentucky, but won’t argue with an endorsement from EMILY’s List.

LifeNews Note: Rebecca Downs is a recent graduate of Fordham University, where she was involved in the Respect for Life club there. She is currently with C-FAM, a Catholic pro-life group in New York City. Reprinted with permission from Live Action News.

Every Democrat is pro-MURDER unless that Democrat has a long history of being pro-life. Unless the Republican is also pro-MURDER, one has to vote for the Republican. Thus, although I wanted Mitch McConnell defeated in the primary, he is preferred over a baby MURDERING Democrat!