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Typical Obama supporter, now thinks she won't have to pay for gas or her mortgage. "If I help him, he's going to help me." Rev. Peterson: Black Preachers are Worshipping the Wrong Messiah ..There shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies...2 Peter 2:1 LOS ANGELES, -- With the November 4 election of Barack Obama, black preachers have been celebrating across the country. Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Founder and President of BOND Action, Inc. is rebuking these black preachers for their part in electing the most left-wing presidential candidate in American history: "Ninety-six percent of black voters supported Barack Obama and the majority of these voters were influenced by black preachers to put race ahead of their country and their faith," said Rev. Peterson. "How can ministers who are supposed to lead their flock to Jesus Christ instead lead them to a socialist like Obama? The truth is that most black ministers don't have a real relationship with God and they are leading their congregations to hell. These blind leaders helped elect their black 'Messiah'. This 'Messiah' happens to be the most left-wing member of the U.S. Senate," said Rev. Peterson. Here's where president-elect Obama stands on key issues: --Believes in abortion on demand (virtually under any circumstance), and has told Planned Parenthood that sex-ed for kindergartners is 'the right thing to do' (as long as it's 'age appropriate'); --Has promised to repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act and would allow homosexual 'marriages' to be made legal in all 50 states; --Would appoint far left activist judges who'd pervert and misinterpret the U.S. Constitution; --Has pledged to dismantle 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' in the military. Supports open homosexuality, bisexuality, and transexuality in all military branches, barracks and shower facilities. This is what influential black ministers said after the Obama election victory: Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter's House church said that Sen. Barack Obama's campaign "encouraged, validated and gave inspiration to not only the people of the United States of America, but to the people of our world." At Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church, Rev. Calvin Butts invited his congregation to stand up "and give God praise for the election." Several hundred churchgoers rose as one and cheered, "Yes we can! Yes we can!" Grammy-winning gospel singer, Rev. Shirley Caesar-Williams said, "Too long we've been at the bottom of the totem pole, but he [Obama] has vindicated us, hallelujah." At Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Rev. Otis Moss, III, said history would note that Trinity was the holy place where "God stirred a young man's soul and put him on the path to the presidency." Rev. Peterson added: "For the past eighteen years I've said that most black preachers are not called by God, but instead are called by their mammas. If there was ever a time that this was the case, that time is now. In order for black Americans to turn around, they must drop their anger, and find the truth within themselves, not from corrupt, racist preachers or from a false black Messiah." SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life. *******www.armyofgod****
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Ave Maria! Our Roving Reporter caught up with Pro-Life Activist Lila Rose at the Liaison Hostel in Downtown DC last week. Her picture is currently displayed in some Planned Parenthood facilities warning staff about her undercover activities - all this and she is only 20 years old - wow! And to top all this off - she is currently part of an RCIA program and will soon be received into the Holy Catholic Church. Ave Maria!
18 Feb 2009
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Kelley Carnwath, program officer for the PPFA International Program, talks about her experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala prior to working for Planned Parenthood.
5 Mar 2009
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Jessica Mack, program associate for international programs, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, discusses access to women's health care in India and why Planned Parenthood's work in that country is important.
6 Mar 2009
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Cecile Richards, President of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, comments on President Obama's move to begin the process of overturning the Bush administration rule that limits the rights of patients to receive complete and accurate reproductive health information and services.
6 Mar 2009
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Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards spoke to health educators in New Mexico about their Woman-to-Woman HIV prevention program.
28 May 2009
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As Rep. Kathy Castor was introduced, the reaction was overwhelmingly against her, with boos and chants of "You work for us." And in the lobby, the counter of Planned Parenthood representatives shouting, "Healthcare Now."
8 Aug 2009
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THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU ARE DOING!!! Thank you for all you are doing to protect innocent human life. I look forward to working with Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). U.S. Congressman Erik Paulsen KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!! Thank you for talking with me yesterday. Keep up the good work Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL)! Susan S., Hibbing NOT LETTING THE LIES..GO UNCHALLENGED! We are thankful for the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) staff who are not letting the lies from groups such as Planned Parenthood go unchallenged. Keep up the fight, for there is a lot of work ahead for you! Tim T., Minneapolis
25 Nov 2010
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TAKE THAT TO THE BANK!! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for your right to life work -- a mission that is the foremost agenda of this country. You need to know that you have made a difference. You have had many successes and I will always be for you -- you can take that to the bank. Steve Sviggum, Former Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives WE ARE THANKFUL FOR THE MCCL!! We are thankful for the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) staff who are not letting the lies from groups such as Planned Parenthood go unchallenged. Keep up the fight, for there is a lot of work ahead for you! Tim T., Minneapolis A LEADER!!! I applaud Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for being a leader in the pro-life movement in the United States. You are saving your communities, your state and your culture from rack and ruin. Olivia Gans,
2 Dec 2010
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN You're watching multisource US and politics video news analysis A proposed measure in South Dakota expanding the definition of “justifiable homicide” has brought the abortion debate to the Mount Rushmore State. The new definition - proposed by State Rep. Phil Jensen- would include “killings intended to protect a fetus.” The measure was quickly tabled- but not before the media weighed in. “...the measure drew ire for its awkward wording, which critics said opened a door toward legal sanction to kill abortion providers. Jensen attempted to litigate his way through the controversy ... wrangling with the legislative language and insisting...that ‘This has nothing to do with abortion.’” Immediate reaction in the media? Mostly shock. But Judge Andrew Napolitano tells Fox News, enough with the outrage - similar laws already exist in other states. “We're talking about an act of violence, an act of unlawful violence against the woman who is carrying a baby. We're not talking about legalized abortion. We're talking about an act of self-defense...in some states, legislators have changed the law so you can protect the baby in the womb in the act of self-defense. It is utterly divorced and distinct from abortion.” TIME’s Amy Sullivan agrees- killing an abortion provider would still be illegal- at least technically. Here’s her example of how an extremist could get around the law. “South Dakota has a parental notification law. Does that mean if a doctor performs an abortion on a teenager who has not obtained her parent's consent, that abortion is illegal and the doc is fair game? It's unclear. And that's a problem--even if the bill isn't quite as inflammatory as it first appeared.” But Pema Levy writes for The American Prospect- confusion is the goal here. She argues the bill is meant to open up the law to interpretation- and intimidate abortion doctors out of the state. “The bill is meant to menace pregnant women and abortion providers and to give a green light to extremists. With Republicans in charge of a record number of state legislatures... I don't predict this will be the last bill like this to try to sneak by unnoticed.” Finally- MSNBC takes a look at why the abortion debate has resurfaced lately- not just in South Dakota- but also on Capitol Hill. Anchor Lawrence O’Donnell asks actress and activist Lisa Edelstein, with America’s eyes fixed on the economy, could abortion legislation slip by unnoticed? LISA EDELSTEIN (House actress and activist): “I think that we're distracted by other things. ... But really what's happening that we need to pay attention to is in Congress the tiny little words, the fine print, the legalese going into already existing laws which will make abortion unattainable, even in the worst situations.” South Dakota lawmakers have tabled the bill for now- but a bigger debate in Washington, D.C. over a Republican proposal to wipe out Planned Parenthood funding is still ongoing. Check out analysis of that story in the transcript section of this story. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for daily updates. Get more multisource US and politics video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Feb 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN ANCHOR CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisource business video news analysis from Newsy. In Congress - is it seventh time’s the charm? The Senate passed another stopgap funding measure Thursday. It keeps the government operating until early April. That means the deeply-divided House and Senate have three MORE weeks to hammer out a budget compromise. (Video: Bloomberg) Did we say they have three weeks? Make that two - as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Jaime Dupree points out - Congress is off for the next ten days. And when lawmakers get back - it ain’t gonna be pretty. Or fast. “As both parties left town, they pointed the finger at each other in this budget fight. … While the Senate voted on competing budget plans, it wasn't a real debate, as neither party was allowed to offer amendments and try to find ways to cut certain items... Have a good break Congress.” Six months into the 2011 fiscal year -- six temporary funding resolutions - and still no 2011 budget. To that - Gerri Willis of Fox Business isn’t shy about her impatience. “And as much as I love a good ol' fight on Capitol Hill, Congress needs to get its act together and pass a real budget, not a one week extension or a two-week extension like they have been doing. There are only six months left in the government's fiscal year. Could you find common ground on spending, soon?” And by most accounts the battle’s just getting started. As CNN’s Briana Keilar reports - though both sides were able to squeeze out $6 billion in savings - Democrats and Republicans are still worlds apart in the fight over what to cut. “As you know, House Republicans have been pushing about $60 billion in cuts. But there’s another issue. You have conservative Republicans who want policy provisions, things that would defund health care reform, defund Planned Parenthood, for instance, and Democrats don't like that, nor do they like a lot of the cuts. You have the White House talking to Republicans, talking to Democrats, but right now no compromise, and they’re not close.” Still - Congressional Quarterly senses some optimism -- at least among House and Senate leadership. “[Senate Majority Leader Harry] Reid, in particular, seemed to pivot Wednesday from an earlier confrontational posture. … [And House Speaker John] Boehner reiterated that he would take the necessary steps to avoid a government shutdown.” Still - more conservative Republicans in both the House and Senate are vowing to stick it out until they get a budget that prevents funding to implement President Obama’s health care law. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for more daily updates. Get more multisource business video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Mar 2011
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Street Wize Foundation's "Safe in the Streetz" Outreach Program was at Planned Parenthood's 6th Beat yo Feet Dance Competition in SE DC. This Event was hosted by MTV's Best Dance Crew's Beat Your Feet Kingz. This event was to help promote the new F2 Female Condom and to demonstrate how its used. WPGC 95.5 FM's Tony Reddz was on hand to help the crowd decide who was the winner. For More Info: www.safeinthestreetz**** or www.streetwizefoundation****
22 Mar 2011
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Street Wize Foundation's "Safe in the Streetz" Outreach Program was at Planned Parenthood's 6th Beat yo Feet Dance Competition in SE DC. This Event was hosted by MTV's Best Dance Crew's Beat Your Feet Kingz. This event was to help promote the new F2 Female Condom and to demonstrate how its used. WPGC 95.5 FM's Tony Reddz was on hand to help the crowd decide who was the winner. For More Info: www.safeinthestreetz**** or www.streetwizefoundation****
22 Mar 2011
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Street Wize Foundation's "Safe in the Streetz" Outreach Program was at Planned Parenthood's 6th Beat yo Feet Dance Competition in SE DC. This Event was hosted by MTV's Best Dance Crew's Beat Your Feet Kingz. This event was to help promote the new F2 Female Condom and to demonstrate how its used. WPGC 95.5 FM's Tony Reddz was on hand to help the crowd decide who was the winner. For More Info: www.safeinthestreetz**** or www.streetwizefoundation****
22 Mar 2011
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1000 THANKS!!!! Thank you so much for going to the hospital with me last night-1,000 thanks! Free Abortion Alternatives, I could never pay you back. Rosalba 31, Manhattan Thanks Free Abortion Alternatives for your help you are truly heaven sent. Azalea 23, Manhattan HELPED ME SO MUCH!!! The last time I had went to Planned Parenthood to get my abortion. I really didn't want to do it but my boyfriend was forcing me. He is very abusive. Having an abortion hurt me even more but I couldn't leave James. Talking with Julie at Free Abortion Alternatives helped me so much. I'm so grateful I didn't go back to Planned Parenthood this time. Tiffany 20, Queens
30 Apr 2011
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I'M SO GRATEFUL!!! The last time I had went to Planned Parenthood to get my abortion. I really didn't want to do it but my boyfriend was forcing me. He is very abusive. Having an abortion hurt me even more but I couldn't leave James. Talking with Julie at Free Abortion Alternatives helped me so much. I'm so grateful I didn't go back to Planned Parenthood this time. Tiffany 20, Queens I AM THANKFUL!! When I met a woman consultant at Free Abortion Alternatives in NYC, she was very helpful with me and my unplanned pregnancy. This clinic opened up my heart and eyes to reality. I am thankful to have strangers go out of their way to listen to my issues, and to advise me. My counselor there is now my friend instead of just a stranger. I learned how to handle what I have been given and to make the best of it. Monique, 22, the Bronx
4 May 2011
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