EPIC FAIL: A “Sketchy” Dose of Reality for Liberals With New “SketchFactor” App

As for the open-borders advocates, maybe when their own children are infected by a deadly contagion like Ebola or someone they love is murdered, raped, or run over by a criminal illegal immigrant, those on the left will come to understand the error of their ways.

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Pro-life signs torn down ahead of speech by Secular Pro-Life President Kelsey Hazzard

Originally posted at LiveActionNews Along with pro-choice sentiments usually comes vitriol from those who harp on the legality of abortion and sometimes do it by denying pro-lifers things like First Amendment rights.  This is especially true on college campuses. Recently, at the University of Georgia, pro-choice miscreants did just that. Vandals attempted to block a […]

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Beyoncé’s pro-‘life is but a dream’

In Life is but a Dream, Beyoncé continues the pro-life theme when she shares her sadness over the loss of her first baby in the early stages of pregnancy. The young mother said that when she first heard the baby’s heartbeat, she immediately picked out a name and “envisioned what [the] child would look like.”

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Shock Comic Sarah Silverman Tweets Abortion Gag

Originally posted at Breitbart’s BIG Hollywood People who enjoy great comedy know that the biggest laughs are rooted in truth, which is why Sarah Silverman, that irreverent purveyor of jaw-droppingly sick humor, is so hilarious – albeit to a small group of people. Only a liberal woman of Sarah’s brilliance would have the perverted ingenuity to […]

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Tyler Perry’s Abortion Confusion

Originally posted at American Thinker blog Recently, it was uplifting to hear actor/director/playwright/producer/author/songwriter Tyler Perry speak so movingly at the funeral of his friend, the late Whitney Houston. Broadcast live from the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey, Tyler Perry gave tribute to Whitney and in doing so, at least for a few minutes, transported a largely […]

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