7 Quick Takes Friday (set #22)

This week: Stealth technology hides pro-life marches. Press coverage is more than merely biased. A 2011 SFO March for Life picture essay. Chick-Fil-A under attack for their Christian values. Ongoing scandal at the CCHD. Tax payer support for child sex slave entrepreneurs. Martin Luther King would support homosexual marriage – NOT.

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Ever wonder how hundreds of thousands of pro-life (also true for Tea Party) supporters can march in Washington and nobody notices? Even a hundred pro-abort protesters are immediately detected by the mainstream media. Matthew Archbold discloses it can only be explained by the use of super-secret stealth technology being deployed by the pro-life forces. The military must be investigating. Imagine making 2 entire armies, 6 corps, 20 divisions, 100 brigades / regiments – totally invisible! Read his fascinating exposé for the full scoop. It’s a hoot!

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More seriously, here is an excellent video that takes a look at the mainstream media’s bias. Well, not just blatant bias, but unabashedly fraudulent coverage:

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While the Washington DC 2011 March for Life was many, many times larger – local rallies such as this one in San Francisco were notable too. This one alone had around 50,000 pro-life supporters vs. around 100 (loud, obnoxious) pro-aborts. ProtestShooter.com tells the story wonderfully in pictures, such as this one:

Pretend I'm a TREE and SAVE ME

For some great picture coverage of the Washington DC March, see Matt Cassens’ St. Blogustine blog.

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Chick-Fil-A is a privately owned restaurant chain operated by Christian principals. Their food, cleanliness and service are all top-notch. They deserve your support.

Recently, the gay lobby locked onto them because one of their locations donated food to a local seminar called “The Art of Marriage: Getting to the Heart of God’s Design.” Of course, they were outraged. The rigid intolerance of the gay lobby for any viewpoint but their own is on full display. Please support Chick-Fil-A. How many other large businesses do you know of that actually operate by true Christian beliefs? If you use Facebook, be sure to “like” their page.

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The Catholic Campaign for Human Development has long standing problems. Specifically, they have an (unfortunately) on-going history of funneling your contributions to organizations and groups with positions exactly opposite of authentic Catholic teaching. There are numerous examples. Patrick Archbold uncovered the fact that the campaign’s director concurrently served as the treasurer for a pro-abortion democrat attempting to unseat a pro-life republican. He also endorsed her campaign and permitted his name to be used.

In a follow-up, his excuse as summarized by Matthew was “even though McCloud and Davis were co-workers and such BFF’s that she asked him to vouch for her by being treasurer, the topic of abortion never came up and he never thought to ask. Plus, he wasn’t a very good campaign treasurer, so poor in fact that he completely forgot that he was treasurer for an entire year while Director at the CCHD.” Really. Follow the link and read it for yourself.

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OK, say you are a pimp and just imported a batch of under-aged sex slaves (as young as 14). You want to get them tested. You want birth control and abortions as necessary. You don’t want to pay much. Who do you turn to? Planned Parenthood, of course. They will help you work around the laws or teach you how to violate them without getting caught. They will handle your language problems. Consider them your small business partner. Here is a recent case study:

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With the recent Martin Luther King day, many recalled his good works. Some, chose to pervert his conservative Christian values into exactly the opposite. That was the work, predictably, of homosexual activists. Shameful. The CNA has a good piece on this entitled Christian leaders rally against gay activists ‘hijacking’ Martin Luther King legacy.


Some random thoughts or bits of information are worthy of sharing but don’t warrant their own full post. This idea was started by Jennifer Fulwiler at Conversion Diary to address this blogging need. So, some Fridays I too participate when I have accumulated 7 worthy items. Thank you Jen for hosting this project!

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Comments

  1. I love your takes. I don't think I've ever visited your blog before! I might have to edit my entry today just to link to this. Good stuff.

  2. Great posts!

  3. The most substantial 7 takes I've ever seen.

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