By Dan Cleary


If you aren’t convinced by now that there are some truly sick pups behind Planned Parenthood, this video from the American Life League should erase any lingering doubts. In the name of “education”, Planned Parenthood exposes children as young as 10 years old to pornographic illustrations of masturbation, nudity, sexual activity, and much much more. The fact that Planned Parenthood receives any amount of public funding only makes it that much harder to stomach, but even if it was a private organization this would be no less revolting. In fact criminal is probably a better word to describe it.

Please heed the warning, it is there for good reason.

WARNING: ***GRAPHIC CONTENT***


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  • K-Bob

    Good post, Dan!

    • http://twitter.com/DanCleary DanCleary

      Thanks. I still can’t wrap my mind around this…

      • Anonymous

        Disgusting but important that you showed it.

      • Anonymous

        What moral decent human being could wrap their head around this without wondering how this isn’t being prosecuted as child pornography.

        • http://twitter.com/2Eskies2Many Kari George

          Exactly. I have been thinking for a while that legalizing pedophilia is what’s next.

          Our schools started down this slippery slope a long time ago and a framework has been building for decades. Because it’s been untended (allowed to happen), it’s going to take a monumental effort to stop it now.
          This is extremely depressing. Where are *our* “community organizers”?

          This needs to go to the Attorney(s) General in the state(s) where it was produced.

          • Anonymous

            It was NAMBLA (Man boy love association) that was behind the gay rights movement. They knew that would be their foot in the door.

          • Anonymous

            With this current administration and the education (safe school czar) department as it is, nothing will change until we have A.G.s that are willing to expose, defund and prosecute these individuals. I had no idea this was a part of PP but it sure fits their core construct of devaluing humanity and promoting sexual deviance. I agree the public schools have been perverting what was once subject matter predicated on age appropriateness and basic decency.

            • http://twitter.com/2Eskies2Many Kari George

              “public schools have been perverting what was once subject matter predicated on age appropriateness and basic decency.”

              This! It’s one thing to prepare adolescent girls for imminent events that needed to be explained. (do I need to say I don’t mean having sex here?) It is entirely something else to go into graphic detail and including all aspects of sexuality to children.
              They have usurped parental prerogative and judgement- which is solely the parents’ right.
              They’re also robbing children of the carefree innocence of being children.

          • Anonymous

            Sanctioned pedophilia is the goal of the “Letterman Cocktail Crowd”. Remember the cracks about Sarah Palin’s daughter? Woody Allen married his. Sometimes they let the mask down just a bit. Sometimes they get caught and covered up (Penn State).

      • Anonymous

        I second KBOB Dan. Great post! But I’ll tell you this. We’d better wrap our minds around this; Realise the sheer degeneracy of the foe we face and prepare ourselves for the fights of our lives. Otherwise, we wont know what hit us when we lose ALL!

      • Anonymous

        It is our disbelief and inability to wrap our head around it that the left has been able to gain so much ground on this.

  • Anonymous

    OMG … this is disturbing. I can’t watch it.

  • Anonymous

    Can we start locking up the criminals yet? Someone, please wake me when this nightmare is over.

    • Anonymous

      Newsflash: You aint dreaming! :(

    • Anonymous

      You may be asleep for a very long time my friend.

    • Anonymous

      So sorry, Marine, but NO sleeping while on duty!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000679899592 John Bohler

    Completely and totally sick! Planned Parenthood is just pure evil.

  • Anonymous

    They got a lot of nerve using the word “Parent” in their name.

    May I suggest they change it to: “Planned Pervert Hoods” that seems more accurate to me.

    • Anonymous

      Well said.

  • Anonymous

    These people are the SCUM OF THE EARTH and should be electrocuted to DEATH and their families deported !

    • Anonymous

      I’d be satisfied if they were defunded and disbanded… but your solution works too. :)

  • Anonymous

    If the commies can inflict damage on any social institution, they win. Monogamy, sex for children–whatever.

    These are not social activists- these are traitors and should be prosecuted and imprisoned. (After a thorough stomping.)

    • Anonymous

      Yep, definately start with with the stomping.

    • http://twitter.com/2Eskies2Many Kari George

      The societal damage from child molestation extends way beyond the involved individuals. They often grow up to be (often severely) dysfunctional adults. It affects their ability to function normally with their spouses, their families, friends, and at work. Even if they don’t go on to molest, themselves. Think about it. In the warped minds of “social engineers”, these people may be postulating that the secrecy/ denial aspect is “the problem” and if it could be “out in the open”, it would no longer be a problem. (this should sound familiar) Or maybe convenient/ safer (for the perpetrators) would be more accurate.
      Forty, fifty years ago there weren’t the specific warnings to children that eventually became necessary. Children back then wouldn’t have known it was wrong otherwise because it didn’t even come up. It is instinctively unnatural.

      This is a really complex situation. There’s a lot more to it than the hideousness and misery suffered by victims and the “fads” that seem to drive society’s moral decline.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1396855720 Brian Jones

    I’m only 26, and I feel like I’m 60 talking about “these darn kids today”…WTF IS WRONG WITH AMERICA, for them to allow their kids to participate in this BULLSHIT? Screw the rules, if they tell me my kid has to go to some gay parade, HEADS will roll. Are parents REALLY that irresponsible??? God, this video made me so sick…

    • Anonymous

      Don’t blame parents. One of the most insidious aspects of liberalism over the last 30 years has been the targeting of parents by the public schools. The kids are the pawns. The parents are the targets. Because the kids are the real goal.

      I can’t explain it. Until you’ve lived it, you can’t imagine what it’s like to have a kid in the public schools.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1396855720 Brian Jones

        You’re right, because the FIRST time they did this, MY kid wouldn’t BE in Public School…see where I’m going with this…?

    • Anonymous

      I share your outrage. I don’t think I can take much more of this…

      The devil is working overtime.

  • Anonymous

    So very very sad and disgusting!

    One challenge for society is that until we can revive the moral vocabulary, and the courage that goes with it, sufficiently to overcome the materialism behind things like this–the scientism that objectives humans as merely animals for whom the highest values are ‘health’ and ‘psychological well-being’–there is no ultimate and categorical argument against this stuff, only preferential arguments or attempts to show statistically negative results on a particular ‘outcome’….all of which just feeds into the foundational premises of materialism and relativism.

    We really need a renewal of moral vocabulary and arguments which strike at the root of pseudo-scientific naturalism/materialism.

  • Anonymous

    These sick concupiscent, lascivious, reprobate perverts are taking the most intimate, personal act two adults can share and reducing it to a level below that of animals. Human beings, being just below that of angels, saints and our Supreme Being are meant to imitate our Creator not to imitate animals.

    • Amy

      Well, when you believe (like they do…) that we have evolved from animals it makes their mindset perfectly clear.

      • Anonymous

        Right out of the mind of Nietzsche.

      • Anonymous

        Exactly right.

      • Anonymous

        You just compared wonderful animals to putrid filth. Shame on you! Just kidding!

      • Anonymous

        They evolved from pigs? What?

        ;)

        • Anonymous

          More like, devolved.

  • Linky1

    And yet, the Obama Government continues to fund this sick perversion……

    • Anonymous

      Surprised? *Raises eyebrow*

  • Anonymous

    Speechless. Genuinely!

  • Anonymous

    This is beyond disturbing! At what point will the culture say, enough? I’m a very happily married, mom of several and I tell you, this is not the world I want to leave for my children. This is sick folks and our culture is sicker to allow PP access to our children!!! What can I do?

    • Anonymous

      That’s the question we all need to be asking right now. “What can we do?!!?”

      • Anonymous

        Send this link to your Reps and request an investigation.

  • Anonymous

    What the Hell is going on with decent Americans to allow this to go on? Who wants to do something about it? Let’s see by how many people “like” this comment!

  • Anonymous

    I just got sick

  • Anonymous

    In the video, PlannedParenthood’s website is quoted as saying that all sexual orientations are alright, or something to that effect. I’m telling you folks; legalised bestiality is next! If this carries on for much longer, have no doubt it! The question is: Will we, the “salt and light” of this world allow it to carry on? The ball’s in our court.

    • Anonymous

      The word they used is “normal”. You can’t call anything abnormal anymore without being called a bigot.

      And you’re not far off about what’s next. They haven’t gotten around to bestiality yet but they are far along in “normalizing” pedophilia. There has been an ongoing effort to make pedophilia reclassified as a misunderstood sexual orientation.

      • Anonymous

        Oh wait, nuclear family might be considered abnormal.

  • Anonymous

    “Being gay is kinda like being left handed.” Hahaha! Do left hand individuals spread Aids at alarming rates?

    • Anonymous

      “Being gay is likely kind of being a leftist” you know morally and psychiatrically sick.

      Fixed it!

      • Anonymous

        Thats good. I love it.

  • Anonymous

    Did anyone else cry while taking a long shower after watching this video?

  • Anonymous

    I just received my delivery of girl scout cookies. I avoided buying them this year, but my wife was taken in by a nice little girl on our doorstep. Watching this video boils my blood. Shame be on Komen, GSA, and others for supporting this filth.

    • Anonymous

      American Heritage Girls is a club for girls that was founded in response to the grossly liberal turn by the Girls Scouts. It has grown significantly in 17 years, and provides a fine service for parents of girls.

      American Heritage Girls was founded in 1995 in West Chester, Ohio by a group of parents wanting a wholesome program for their daughters. These parents were disillusioned with the increasing secular focus of existing organizations for girls. They wanted a Judeo-Christian focused organization for their daughters and believed that other parents were looking for the same for their daughters. This became the catalyst for the birth of the organization we have come to know as the American Heritage Girls.

      http://www.ahgonline.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=19406

  • Anonymous

    Another example of what the press would never cover. They’ll do a full blown expose’ on Santorum’s alleged views on women, but they won’t acknowledge what PP does in broad daylight.

    • Anonymous

      This would be a great topic for Live Action and their president Lila Rose to investigate and bring to the publics attention the way she exposed PP and their complicity in facilitating underaged girls procuring abortions.

  • Anonymous

    Using my tax dollars to support Planned Parenthood is a violation of my personal freedoms including the Freedom of Religion. Since my religion forbids sex outside of marriage between a man and a woman, I should never be forced to pay for an indoctrination program that violates my conscience. Yet this government is taking money from me, by force, and against my conscientious objection and then gives it to these filthy pigs at PP.

    • Anonymous

      One of my friend’s mothers worked for them, and she fits the psycho profile quite nicely. She’s such a nut that when her son, my friend, impregnated a wonderful young lady, she told the girl to get an abortion, to spare her son from his responsibility. Due to the lack of wisdom and plain mental sickness of my friend’s mother, the girl won’t allow my friend’s mother around the child.

      • Anonymous

        Thumbs up!

  • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

    I’m sorry, I’m a conservative Republican but I can think of far better things to attack Planned Parenthood over than sketches to show kids about puberty and sex in the book my parents gave me in 5th grade to learn about such things. Calling these sketches “pornographic” is a bit silly, haha.

    • Anonymous

      Your parents must have been some sick, twisted puppies. Was the dirty old man reference in the park your father? No disrespect meant.

      • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

        Wow, that’s very respectful and conservative of you. Probably a reflection of how you were raised. :)

        I wasn’t referring to the entire video, I was referring to the book “It’s Perfectly Normal” which is about puberty, and has these sketches that has everybody’s knickers in a twist.

        • Anonymous

          Yup. This is what a polite and considerate comment policy gets you.

        • Anonymous

          Hahaha! My parents didn’t provide me with porn.

          • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

            If you think drawings of the human genitalia to display the changes during puberty are “porn,” you don’t have to buy the book. I certainly hope you find a way to tell your kids about the changes that will occur to them so that they don’t think their bodies are abnormal, as many do during that difficult transition period.

            • Anonymous

              Most of us will do it in the context of our faith. I did. No picture book required.

              • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                And I’ll continue to fight for your right to do so, David. I was merely objecting to the description “pornographic” in reference to the drawings in the book. It certainly didn’t scar me for life and it was quite a comfort to know that the way my body was changing was normal. Puberty is rough! :)

        • Anonymous

          No, it is not. It is about government deciding what is best for our kids without any input from us. I’m guessing that you are not a mother and if you are (doubtful) you would rather be your knocked up daughter’s best friend than an authority figure.

          • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

            I spend most of my time advocating for school choice, Mike. I certainly don’t approve of the government deciding what to teach your kids about sex, or much else, for that matter. An ESA program, for instance, would allow you to send your kids to whatever school you wish, public, private, charter or virtual.

            I certainly hope I’m not a mother, since I’m 24 and have no desire to be one yet. :)

            • Anonymous

              I’m sure we all know what you would do if you got pregnant.

              • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                Wow, you’re clairvoyant? That must be a useful skill. Any stock market tips for those of us less blessed?

                • Anonymous

                  Not clairvoyant, reading your posts is kinda like insider trading. You’ve tipped us off.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  You know what they say about assuming…

            • Anonymous

              I would suggest that you focus on the three R’s and avoid child socialisation conversations until you’ve had children. A child doesn’t have the experience, yet, to n=know what they are talking about. You are mighty opinionated for having so little, personal experience.

              • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                I was merely pointing out that my experience with the book highlighted was positive sir, not charting a map for all parents and their children. I’m not a child development expert OR a parent, and I’m NOT TRYING TO or SUPPORTING forcing children to read any books without their parents permission or support. I do think I can comment on my own experiences with the book in question without stepping outside of my realm of expertise, however. The book was useful to me; it relieved my anxieties about puberty and being normal. It did not turn me into a sex maniac. That is the beginning and end of my opinion on the matter.

          • Anonymous

            She’s also not a conservative.

            • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

              You’re free to call me whatever ideology you like. I call myself a conservative because I believe in American Exceptionalism and the U.S. Constitution. Unless you think that believing sketches of puberty aren’t porn is a conservative tenet, I suppose.

              • Anonymous

                Don’t worry, Inez. You’ll fool all of them. I see a very successful career ahead of you as a “conservative” pundit. You’ve got the act down pat.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Here’s hoping! Do you know what you’re up against, friend? I do, my parents are defectors from the USSR. We would be wise to stick together and not do more than argue as friends about issues such as “pornographic sketches.”

                • Anonymous

                  Dear Inez,

                  You need a little more practice at this. You’re on a very conservative blog defending Planned Parenthood in the guise of a “conservative Republican” who is complaining about the book depicted in a video you claim you didn’t listen to because you don’t have speakers.

                  Don’t call me friend. I don’t argue with friends. I don’t have any liberal friends. I don’t pal around with people who hate my country and everything it stands for.

                  But you’ll fit right in with those who care more about civility than they do saving the country. You’re just trying too hard. You can’t say Planned Parenthood does some good things and be expected to be taken seriously as a conservative.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I didn’t need speakers to see the book, it was depicted in the video. My point about the speakers was merely that I didn’t know about the whole context or anything that might have been said, but one can get the gist about it from the video itself and the bullet points in writing on the screen.

                  My family has gone through more sh*t than you can believe to get to this great country, Jaynie. Don’t think I take its future lightly.

                  PS one doesn’t have to be a member of the Frum civility police to believe that insulting people’s fathers and family is out of bounds for discourse. I doubt people would say such things, if their names were attached proudly to their comments, as mine is.

                • Anonymous

                  Judging from all of your above comments, if it’s “sticking together” you want, I’ll have to take my chances and decline that offer thank you very much.

              • Anonymous

                Having any comment at all about a childs sexual education and what is and isn’t appropriate from a 24 year old without kids is offensive. That’s what has me bugged.

            • Anonymous

              Nope, she is a newly hired “Truth” employee of the Maobama aministration. We knew that when Scoop won the CPAC award they would be infiltrating.

              • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                Don’t you have better things to do than turning on your fellows? Like directing some of that ire towards people who are actually Leftists? Good luck to you, Mike. Thanks for your service. :)

              • Anonymous

                Infiltrating? Like everything else they run the place. They always do.

                There’s a saying that goes something like “any organization not expressly conservative will always become liberal over time.” I don’t know where it’s from but it’s true.

                Why? Because conservatives always, without fail, will accept a liberal definition of “reasonable”. Then they’re toast.

                • Anonymous

                  Everyone PLEASE! Inez will more than likely evolve her position as time goes. When I was younger and not a parent etc. I didn’t have half the conviction around this subject as I have today at age 38, father of a teenager, and a pre-teen. In fact, I was just having a conversation a few days ago with a dear friend on how much we changed from ages 20-30. We conservatives are not going to see eye to eye on every jot and tittle of conservatism. However, Inez has done well with her education and internships. She currently interns for Heritage Foundation around education–and does a good job articulating the conservative position on that subject.

                  If we continue to brow-beat everyone who differs a little from how we believe, then we aren’t much better than the leftist crazies.

                • Amy

                  I agree – and I know my views and idealogy have evolved (especially having raised a few children that are now Inez’s age!).

                  This subject however, is a very touchy subject with parents. We have to be really, really vigilant at every front because our kids are confronted with sexuality way too early and on every venue possible! This includes the schools – which is where PP loves to swoop in and start indoctrinating them. I think every conservative’s hackles start to bristle (or should) when you see PP and children in the same conversation. They are all about indoctrination and nothing about parental choices.

                • Anonymous

                  Absolutely agree with you Amy. Great post.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Which, among many, many other reasons, is why parents should be able to choose the schools their children attend!

                • Anonymous

                  Yes, but there’s surely an even bigger picture than that here Inez. And sorry, but I’m not about to spell it out to you. Watch and listen to the video. Then think… deeper! Good luck.

                • Amy

                  I would agree wholeheartedly about school choice. However, I would like to see PP kicked completely out of the schools so those kids whose parents are sleep walking through their education don’t end up indoctrinated…

                • Anonymous

                  And some of us do more than brissle hackles. As usual, well said Amy.

                • Anonymous

                  Says all anyone needs to know about The Heritage Foundation these days, doesn’t it?

                  Whatever.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  No need to pick on The Heritage Foundation. My internship there is over, so you don’t need to misplace your dislike from me to it. ;)

      • Anonymous

        Take it easy on her my friend. :)

        • Anonymous

          She wasn’t specific when I first commented. I was just sayin…..

    • Anonymous

      You try showing those pictures to my kids and your life would be short.

      • Anonymous

        Haha! Keep your kids away from the parks then.

        • Anonymous

          Not so, you should start visiting the same parks I go to and at the same times. No safer place on the planet, I assure you.

      • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

        I certainly would never dream of making your parental decisions for you, sir. I was just referring to the book “It’s Perfectly Normal,” which is one of many options parents might choose in introducing puberty to their young charges. :)

        • Amy

          Key word is ‘parent’ in your reply. PP is NOT the parent. Why are our tax dollars being given to PP to ‘educate’ children about sex? It isn’t just one book that ‘has our knickers in a twist’ as you say. It’s the concept that an organization as foul as PP is given access to children to ‘educate’ them in the first place.

        • Anonymous

          Parents might choose? What planet are you on? Just yesterday a public school officer was quoted as saying parents don’t know what’s best for their kids and the schools and planned parenthood idiots don’t get parents permission before showing this crap to kids and you are part of the problem with your attitude.

          • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

            Why would you have that idea? Just because I don’t think a book about puberty is “pornographic” doesn’t mean I support the public school system. I spend most of my time trying to change it by empowering parents like you.

            I’m not the one your battle is with, sir.

            • Anonymous

              I think that I take offense at your position there because, it seems, you are splitting hairs about a subject not worthy of our deepest thoughts. Planned Parenthood is a despicable organization run by many people who should be in prison so supporting a single reference book they use seems disingenuous to me.

    • Anonymous

      Can you discern proper education and advocacy for perversion?

    • Anonymous

      I’m curious Inez…since you usually blog about education, what are your feelings about this book being propagated at our schools?

      I also think that pointing to one book out of the several (if not dozens) of examples of corruption and filth this video lays before you becomes your argument for this being much ado about nothing bares some further explanation if you are up to it.

      Frankly, I’m more interested whether you plan to counter the premise set forth from the video–that is, that PP has created and advances a buying cycle around sex exploitation.

      • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

        Dear David,

        I couldn’t hear the commentary on the video since my computer doesn’t have speakers at the moment, and I wasn’t referring to all the different things on the video, which I guess I should have made clearer. I was referring to the idea of sketches of puberty changes in a particular book being called “pornographic.” This feeds into the the idea that many have about conservatives being ashamed of sex and anatomy, rather than the truth that most conservatives want to preserve these things for someone special, indicating more respect and love towards their bodies, not less.

        I certainly don’t support the idea of parents being forced to put their children into any kind of sexual education classes. Parents should have the choice, as mine did, about what sort of sexual education their children receive. Actually, school choice would do a lot to address this problem as all parents, and not just the wealthiest ones, would have the freedom to pull their children out of schools that did not accord with their values.

        Planned Parenthood provides a few good services, in my opinion, but these services are not advanced by an agressive political agenda and push to normalize and encourage sexual relations at any age and of any sort. Certainly, they shouldn’t be underwritten by the taxpayer any more than studies on grape genetics in New York, which were granted millions in the stimulus bill.

        • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

          By the way, thanks for reading my blogs about education – it’s an important issue that conservatives would do well to pay more attention to, seeing as those kids are our future citizens and voters. :)

          • Anonymous

            I like to think that if we destroy the DOE and put the teaching decisions into the hands of local governments we will be far better off.

            • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

              Although I’m all for destroying the unconstitutional DoEd (DOE is energy, another unconstitutional department!), just cutting the top won’t do. There are over a hundred programs, separately funded, under the DoEd currently that would merely shift to another department or continue to operate independently if we simply drop the Department’s cabinet position. And that is just education! There are hundreds, perhaps thousands of these self-sustaining bureaucracies pumping out extra-Constitutional and non-legislative “rules” published in a massive tree-waste (where are the environuts?) called the Federal Register every month. No, this will not be a one-election turnaround, but will require a sustained effort from the Tea Party and the conservative movement, first to take over control within the Republican Party and then to consolidate and roll back the federal agencies along with unconstitutional legislation. It’s a hard road ahead, which is why we can’t hate each other over whether or not some illustrations should be labeled pornographic or not. Disagree and debate, by all means, but ultimately, we have bigger fish to fry and we need everyone we can get in this center-right country to help us fry them.

              • Anonymous

                Excellent and you are right though the DOE needs to go away too. I have been telling anyone that will listen that it will take at least three election cycles. Number one being 2010.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  It took FDR at least 4-6 elections to get his New Deal agenda through. We’re in for a long slog! Giving people freebies is always harder than taking them away. I believe it’s possible though! The Tea Party Patriots give me hope, as long as they don’t get co-opted entirely by the Republican Party. The Party should be the vehicle, not the agenda-setter.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  P.S. the new fight will be against National Standards. If you don’t like a few public schools inviting PP to do their sex ed, imagine what it will be like when there is a national curriculum. By the way, Newt Gingrich has been the leading “conservative advocate” for national standards, not that the others are much better, supporting NCLB and Race to the Top.

                  http://blog.heritage.org/2010/11/12/the-lone-star-state%E2%80%99s-good-reasons-for-going-it-alone-on-education-standards/

                • http://twitter.com/2Eskies2Many Kari George

                  Inez, I didn’t see a reference to Newt in your link. A quick google revealed this link

                  http://truthinamericaneducation.com/common-core-state-standards/national-curriculum/newt-gingrich-on-education/

                  Quote excerpt

                  “I’m not only deeply opposed to a national core curriculum, I really question the concept of core curriculum at the state level. I recently was approached by a special ed teacher who said after 35 years of experience she reached the conclusion that the model of the individual education plan, which is now the baseline for special education, should actually apply to all students – that students learn at a different rate, they have a different set of interests.”

                  His support for Race to the Top is qualified at this article. I seem to recall one of his speeches recently (one of the Florida ones) where he spoke about repealing NCLB.

                  Do you have any links that address this, specifically?

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Now all I can find is Newt sites refuting this. It was long before the elections came into prominence. It was in a discussion of ed reform advocates talking about a video of him supporting national standards being used by Leftists to advocate for them. He seems to have rescinded his position now. Of course, I realize that “I heard it, I swear” is less than convincing, and I’m sure a thorough internet-digging would turn up the video. Try “Common Core” instead of national standards. Sorry I can’t be of more help. :(

                • http://twitter.com/2Eskies2Many Kari George

                  Thank you for your reply. If common core is the same as core curriculum, that is what my link refers to.
                  I am very happy with his position on school choice. That may be the only hope for returning to a traditional curriculum that includes God, patriotism, and a genuine education.

                • Anonymous

                  You meant that freebies are harder to take away, right?

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Whoops, you know what I meant. It’s always easier to convince people they deserve free stuff.

            • Anonymous

              Into the hands of parents.

        • Anonymous

          Thanks Inez. Keep up the good work on edu.

        • Anonymous

          What good services do they provide?

    • Anonymous

      Let’s see your list, admittedly it should be rather long, of things for which Planned Parenthood does deserve to be attacked….

      • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

        Wasting taxpayer funds, abortion on demand, refusing to follow state and federal regulations, and covering up abuse, is that a good start for you?

        • Anonymous

          What good do they do?

          • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

            They do STD screenings and gynecological exams (pap smears, etc.) for people who can’t afford to go to a regular doctor. They also provide prescriptions for birth control to adults that can’t afford to go to a regular doctor. I’m not saying we should all be obligated to pay for such things via taxes, but as charity, I think these are positive things that PP does.

            • Anonymous

              The problem, Inez is that it IS payed for by taxes.

              • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                Surely, to fight funding such things is what the conservative movement is for? ;)

                • Anonymous

                  No, ma’am. That is what the US Constitution is supposed to be about.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Well yes, Mike, but we need the movement to move back in the bounds of the document. Or do you think the plutocrats in Washington will voluntarily reverse the growth of the Leviathan?

                • Anonymous

                  Now, you’ve gone and said something I agree with whole heartedly. I think I could come around to understanding how you think with time. Please understand, anytime someone comments about PP or what’s appropriate when it comes to kids is one of my more violent triggers. I make no apologies for it. Children deserve to be protected and I’m willing to do it. Not just my kids. Any kids. I do admire your willingness to engage and get involved.

                  As an aside, I served during the cold war and hated the USSR government but came to love the people. Welcome aboard.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I will take the blame for not being more clear about my general lack of support for the things in the video; I obviously should have been more clear that I think holding up this particular book as a boogyman is a bit over the top, not that I generally think it’s okay to expose kids to sexual advocacy, particularly without their parents’ support.

                  And thank you again for your service. There are no people more fond of Reagan than those who heard his moral clarity from the other side of the Iron Curtain! Happy to be aboard in the greatest country in the world!

                • Anonymous

                  Hoorah…

        • Anonymous

          Well, it is a moderately good start–and thank you.

          My view is that PP started on a questionable-to-bad note, and predictably got much worse from there–the entirety is utterly tainted.

          In 1914, Sanger launched The Woman Rebel, an eight-page monthly newsletter which promoted contraception using the slogan “No Gods, No Masters”.

          • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

            I have an article in editing right now about the Progressive eugenics movement. Leftists do have a way of pinning all of history’s nasty chapters on conservatives, don’t they? The worst right-wing dictator was Pinochet, and he pales in comparison to the wreckage of the Left in the 20th century.

            • Anonymous

              Is this article about eugenics you’re working on now going to mention Planned Parenthood and how much good it does?

              • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                Nope, but it does discuss Margaret Sanger quite a bit. Do you believe that providing STD screenings and gynecological health care for the poor is not a good thing, as long as it is done with money freely given and not coerced? Please elucidate.

                • Anonymous

                  Do I have this right? You’re editing an article about eugenics that mentions Margaret Sanger but does not mention Planned Parenthood? Really?

                  As far as what I believe about “providing” anything to anybody, I prefer to not worry about what other people get or how they get it. Although I will say I think the government should change the criteria of what a “poor” person is. If they have a cell phone, internet access, or cable TV they can pay for their own damn herpes tests and drugs.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Nope, you misunderstood. You asked if I mention the good things, as I see them, that PP does in the article. I said no. That doesn’t mean that I didn’t mention them at all. Reading comp. Perhaps we should spend more time on that and less time on sex ed.

                • Anonymous

                  I agree. It might help prevent someone from being able to know about Margaret Sanger, the history of Planned Parenthood and the role both play in the Eugenics movement, and still be able to say PP does good things.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I’ll repeat my question: do you think that providing health screenings to people who can’t afford a regular doctor’s appointment is a good thing or not? I’m not asking about the entire organization or their history, just these things.

                • Anonymous

                  The answer depends entirely on where the funding comes from. If it is a charity, yes it is important, but not important enough to use tax dollars for. We have an entire segment of society that works the system as an occupation and the possibility of fraud, which is wide spread today, is too great. Want a medical test? Get a job. Like to eat? Get a job or join a church.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I agree that it isn’t “charity” if it’s at the point of a gun. My question is purely about whether the particular services I mentioned are a reasonable charitable goal.

                • Anonymous

                  You are blending points. If your question is would I give to a charity that has those services as a goal? Yes. Those services aren’t important enough to use tax dollars for. It is dangerous to suggest they are SO important that we must offer those services at the cost of government.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I haven’t suggested that they are “so important” as to warrant tax dollars. I was challenged on the point that PP does anything at all that is good, and in that context I provided those examples.

                • Anonymous

                  Those services might be, if Planned Parenthood wasn’t invloved in any way. PPs raison d’etre is not providing those services, but other alleged ‘services’ much more objectionable–the point for reflection being that…you can’t separate out one ‘good’ thing for praise done by an organization that is, on balance, very very bad…

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I think this is one of the things libertarians often get wrong, and Leftists love to pin on conservatives. It is exactly BECAUSE we do not believe in the state providing “charitable” services that we should be quick to support the goals of charity, and the institutions of civil society that provide structure and a safety net for those genuinely down on their luck. Which conservatives already do, by the way, in much higher numbers and with substantially more generosity than liberals, who only like to talk about helping the poor in order to feel good about themselves.

                • Anonymous

                  If the tax burden on working Americans were lower, charities would be booming. We are THE MOST generous people in the history of the world.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I agree with your assessment of the “poor” in this country, by the way. I myself subsist substantially below the “poverty” line and somehow survive without iPhones or iPads or cable TV. But if one doesn’t have health insurance (a substantial cost, and one that’s only going up thanks to Obamacare) or has catastrophe-only insurance like myself, those medical screenings are a mighty nice thing to fall back on in place of a regular doctor’s visit, which can cost hundreds of dollars. Of course, if the government didn’t interfere so much with the market in health insurance and force us all to subsidize Medicaid and Medicare with our premiums, the cost might be more reasonable and there would be less need for charity health clinics in general.

                • Anonymous

                  And those charities would be flush and able to extend their services to far greater numbers. Once upon a time in this country, you would go to your church which would have been affiliated with an hospital and you would be taken care of. Or your community would have had an health clinic. Government with the best of intentions, has destroyed all of that.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Not to mention the societal tradition that children care for their elderly parents that was broken by Social Security.

                • Anonymous

                  I can tell you this much. I wouldn’t walk into an abortion mill to get anything. You did and by your own admission paid them $80.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  Yep, which covered the costs of my services, which were not abortion. You see, Jaynie, I don’t like to take things on the dole of the taxpayer. I paid for the services I received. Do you buy anything from companies that support charities or causes you disagree with? Have you ever bought Yogplait? I find the stuff delicious, myself.

                • Anonymous

                  I’m bored now.

                  But thanks for proving you’re the liberal shill I was convinced you were. You have a nice night.

                • Anonymous

                  PP has done as much or more to undermine traditional morality, and to promote a culture of rampant hyper-sexuality, as any entity out there…

                  So the overall context of the current ‘need’ for those services is skewed–has been skewed by PP themselves. PP is an industry–their product is a feminist free-love ethos that denies traditional morality even to the extent of denying the personhood of unborn babies. They are a huge, for-profit, lobbying organization that has long sought to alter the culture for the worse, and profit by it–including by being the foremost baby-murdering practitioners in the country…

                  The benign-sounding services you mention are PPs foot in the door; are a subterfuge for the real moneymaking; and are just one more way they make contact with the public to proselytize their amoral anti-traditionalism…

                • Anonymous

                  Every lie is based on a grain of truth.

                • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

                  I don’t necessarily disagree with you. I will say that I have found them to be pleasant enough when I chose to pay the $80 for the checkup and prescription to PP rather than the full appointment fee at the doctor’s office, since I am just starting out and cannot afford more than “catastrophic” health insurance that doesn’t cover anything under $3,000. I think this is a “good service” they provide. And no, I don’t have an iPhone, cable TV, HBO, fancy shoes, or the like, nor do I take money from government programs and was careful to pay PP in full for the services I received so as not to take taxpayer money I believe is unfairly and unconstitutionally appropriated.

                  All that being said, they definitely have a point of view on sexuality and everything associated with, and I’m not trying to argue for that view. But I would feel quite the hypocrite if I didn’t defend the services I had occasion to use.

    • Anonymous

      Have you actually watched the video? Its either you haven’t or you really don’t know what you’re talking about.

      • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

        Watched it, but without sound. Perhaps I should go whine in a tent for a better laptop from mommy government. :P

        P.S. My comment, as I see now I should have elucidated from the beginning, concerns the particular book with the sketches, not the entire video.

        • Anonymous

          Get some sound darling :-)

          • http://twitter.com/InezFeltscher Inez Feltscher

            I will, just as soon as the Obama job market improves. I hear he’s going to get rid of ATMs and that’s going to get us all cushy jobs with lots of paid leave in which to ride our unicorns through fields of rainbows. ;)

  • Anonymous

    “But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.”
    2 Timothy 3:13

  • http://onthemark1.blogspot.com/ On The Mark

    Criminal is the key word here. A legitimate Department of Justice would be going after these guys.

  • Anonymous

    Are there still some folks who don’t realize that for marxism to take hold in America, ALL of our morals, views and beliefs must first be corrupted? That is the foundation of marxist doctrine.
    Consider the courses your kids are taught in school. Is that the sort of education you want them to have? The recent ‘mandates’ in Obamacre that allows and encourages government intrusion into the way people worship. Every aspect of our lives has been intruded upon by government.
    The biggest insult of all? We the taxpayers are funding the destruction of all that we hold dear!
    We have allowed the indoctrination of our children and grandchildren since their very first day of school.
    Planned Parenthood is a prime example of marxist doctrine in action.
    We started turning the tide in the 2010 elections. 2012 is even more important and vital to the survival of our Constitutional American Republic.

    • Anonymous

      I have a friend who home-schools her children. She will not allow me to say “public schools” without correcting me. She says “Repeat after me ‘Government Schools’ ‘Government Schools'” The government (now in the full control of a marxist tyrant) is indoctrinating our children at our expense using money take from us by force, even if we choose to keep our children out of their government schools.

      PP (Putrid Pigs) is simply a continuation of that indoctrination, again using money taken from us by force and used against our core beliefs.

      • Anonymous

        Your friend is so right! They ARE government schools. A public school, something that I went to almost 60 years ago was quite different then those of today. We even PRAYED in the classroom and read bible scriptures as a part of the course!

        Say, Denbren, your friend isn’t gonna whack me with a ruler or something because I used the forbidden words ‘public school’ is she?

      • Anonymous

        What a very intelligent woman! Public schools are dropout factories.

    • Anonymous

      Communist Party Goals, # 26:

      26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as “normal, natural, healthy.”

      Also #24 and 25:

      24. Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them “censorship” and a violation of freespeech and free press.

      25. Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity inbooks, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV.

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/31133151/Communist-Party-Goals-1963-AKA-Marxist-Leninist-Socialist-goals

      • Anonymous

        Exactly right, newbie!

  • Anonymous

    Matthew 24:37
    But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

    Genesis 6:5
    And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.

  • Anonymous

    That this even goes on in our nation is utterly revolting. That it’s mandatory and/or government-funded is an abomination. This organization, like ACORN, must be defunded and disbanded. And I don’t want to hear any “they provide women’s services” guff… that’s like selling vitamins with arsenic in them… even a little bit is harmful. What an outrage!!!

  • Anonymous

    I am almost speechless.

    I decided to homeschool my children two decades ago (almost) after my kindergartner came home after being exposed to a “good touch, bad touch” program without my knowledge or permission. He was crying, convinced that I was going to jail because I would check after he wiped his behind. The school basically called my kid a liar during several meetings with them.

    I cannot even imagine how traumatized kids are today after being exposed to this vile filth.

    • Anonymous

      Completely agree

  • Trust1TG

    Some have reported satanic worship and blood rituals going on at some of these Little Shops of Horror.

    Being pro-choice is an aberrant spiritual condition and a mind set toward evil and darkness and death. It is a spiritual, mental sickness – a sin-sick soul.

    It is not healthy.

    When we come to Christ, our minds have to be renewed and we have to be restored, reoriented to LIFE, LOVE and TRUTH by the power of the Holy Spirit.

  • Anonymous

    I copied this link to my Congress woman and requested an investigation. Everyone should do that.

  • Trust1TG

    Yuck is not strong enough. Sick.

    I never dreamed these sick evil people would go this far in public schools.

    It’s an assault. Planned Parenthood is actually assaulting our children.

    These are the precisely standards of the sick dude in the White House and his administration.

    Evidently, Mitt approves all this stuff, since Massachusetts was was on the cutting edge of Plan Parenthood abortion and gay-normalization programs. Massachusetts has been pushing ‘gay pride,’ gay marriage in every way for decades.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Dias/1680711668 Chris Dias

    Whew, the world is mad!! We should still be addressing this: http://youtu.be/sO3CdJbudDQ – AND YES, IT’S STILL RELEVANT!!

  • Anonymous

    We fund them. We can defund them.

    • http://twitter.com/2Eskies2Many Kari George

      If only we can motivate our Congresscritters to Make It Happen. HOW do we stop them from caving? (I’m not accusing my own here. Kay Bailey and John Cornyn generally do a pretty good job. Kudos to Blake Farenthold for Corpus as well!)

    • Anonymous

      sD,
      Do you remember a TRS post about the chinese guy who’s wife was forced to have an abortion at 8 months by the Chinese Bureau of Family planning? I can’t seem to find the post, but maybe I’m thinking of a another blog.

      Seems like Planned parenthood is driving to be the US equivalent of China’s “Bureau of Family Planning”.
      Then they won’t be “providing reproductive services”, but rather the government agency permitting/controlling births.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/B2TGU6U2HFFSZUXHIPTQX36R3E Ana

    Unbelievable – time to expose the darkness and save our culture.

  • Anonymous

    They want to turn this nation into a modern day Sodom and Ghamorrah

    • Anonymous

      Seems like they are well on the way, hokie! However, they can be stopped. Some fire in the form of votes at the ballot box, and some heavy doses of brimstone in the form of prison cells makes for a good start!

      • Anonymous

        I hope that happens. If planned parenthood is such a great organization then why does it need taxpayer dollars? Couldn’t it survive on it’s own from private donors?

        As Andrew Wilkow says “Liberalsim: ideas so good they have to be mandatory”

    • Anonymous

      Yes, I was thinking the same thing and it’s already starting to look that way right before our eyes. Grab the women and children and head for the hills.

  • Anonymous

    The biggest threat to the “fundamental transformation of United States” is the family and and faith in God. Planned Parenthood is the tool that destroys both.

    • Anonymous

      That would be Communist goals #40 and 41:

      40. Discredit the family as an institution. Encourage promiscuity and easy divorce.

      41. Emphasize the need to raise children away from the negative influence of parents. Attribute prejudices, mental blocks and retarding of children to suppressive influence of parents.

  • Anonymous

    Obama is doing exactly what he said he would do, but few people read his report to the UN Human Rights Council back 2009. It was very clear he would be supporting a LGBT agenda to give them more rights (and make them a special class, as we’ve seen). It was just one of many promises he made to the UN in that report.

    He appointed a known pedophile as his new “Safe School Czar” who was (or still is?) a member of MBLA (Man Boy Love Association). I’ve also seen reports that they are trying to change “pedophilia” from a criminal status to a “disability” or do away with the designation all together. (I guess they think that’s normal behavior as well.)

    This garbage has been in the schools all the way down to the lowest grades for the last 2 years or so. It is absolutely disgusting and is being driven by the DOE. I’ve seen many interviews (primarily on Fox) where parents have been outraged as they were not even notified, and were NOT allowed to opt out of the classes. Their children were traumatized and the school boards stood by the programs, using the BS of “diversity and tolerance” talking points.

    I recall Obama speaking to students and telling them they had to educate their parents. In other words, don’t listen to your parents….. they are dumb and behind the times.

    Unfortunately, with the hard economic times we’re in, few parents can afford private schools or to have one parent stay at home to home school.

    I am ashamed of what our country is becoming. We cannot allow them to continue to take away the innocence of the children. You can mess with us, but DON’T MESS WITH OUR KIDS!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Just when you think things in America can’t simply be any worse– this gets posted: I’m completely disgusted, and once again, p-off! Now, not only has our ever so caring /SARC/ Teacher’s Union’s across this nation, brainwashed/ indoctrinated our youth for the past 40 yrs etc. Now we have the other side of this liberal cesspool “Planned Parenthood” assaulting and warping the minds of our very young, with their innocence.

    To me, this is an over-reach and boarder’s sexual pedophilia. Sorry, but this go’s way beyond sexual education, this about manipulation and control.

    I don’t recall back in the day’s I when I was a young girl “having issue’s” with my “PUBERTY” other then being shown what a young girl will experience for her monthly menstrual cycle.

    My sexual Ed. class was very informative, it was nothing as severe and outrageous then this. I feel sick that our young are being exposed to this “over zealous liberal mentality” on “Healthy sexual expression” or “age appropriate” and you can kiss my @$$ it is PP…………”

    This needs to be stopped and PP needs to be defunded and ran-out on a rail. I don’t care how it’s this and that for women who cannot afford health-care. Sorry’ PP loses all credibility after this video.

    • Anonymous

      I agree with everyone of your points. Yeah, back in the day Sex ED was more about how our anatomy changes. Parents had a chance the review what would be taught and had to sign a permission slip. The boys had separate classes than the girls. Remember, it used to be called learning about “the birds and the bees.” Very informative and not traumatic at all.

      This whole agenda disgusts me as well.

      • Anonymous

        Hi MaxineCA, Thanks for your response.

        Yes, this is so disturbing to me and as if these kids even know what they are being taught, much less can comprehend or wrap their innocent minds around. *it’s PATHETIC* Yes, back in our day life was so much easier and I feel for these young parents today. I’m not a grandparent yet, but’ if and when, I will encourage my daughter to enroll them in a Christian or private school period.

        ITA: this whole agenda is completely disgusting no doubt about-it!

  • Anonymous

    Here is the link to this youtube post it on as many facebook pages as you can

  • Anonymous

    I’m never having a canoli again, ugh.

  • Dan

    maybe we should send this to the Obama’s and make their children watch it with them and see if they agree with what is going on….problem is…they are the ones pushing this filth on our kids….and people wonder if Satan is real…believe me he is and living in the white house….maybe we should call it the RED HOUSE now……

    the more i see of these Pigs (Planed Parent) the more disdain and hatred i have for what they are doing to our country and our children…..all the bowls of judgment in revelation aren’t enough punishment for these pure evil demons…….

  • Anonymous

    I’m beside myself….I HATE DEMONCRAT’s.

  • Anonymous

    Cutting their funding would be a good start…. this is from a April 8, 2011 ABC program
    The elimination of $363 million in federal funding for Planned Parenthood health care centers may well force a government shutdown at midnight tonight.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/planned-parenthood-center-budget-shutdown-threat/story?id=13328750#.Tzr7OPlfmdU

    I am not a runner/donator in the SGK race for the cure, but if I was in the past I would let them know they lost my support.

    • Anonymous

      Good video FMW, as the video on this post shows they do a lot for family planning. The question is; How do they define family planning? That’s probably the question they should be forced to answer, I think people might interested.

      • FreeManWalking

        Toon, What I didn’t say was with a WEAK SPEAKER like we have in Boehner no wonder the conservatives are being pushed around.

        • toongoon

          That goes WITHOUT saying! But we don’t need a strong Speaker to have strong representatives speaking up. ie, Allen West.

  • Conmo5

    First, they’ve stopped protecting the unborn. Up next, is the children.Piece by piece they are totally demoralizing every aspect of our society. I.am.so.disgusted.

  • PVG

    I am speechless!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_N3PIXK5VUBWB3MXYGQOJMM5GCU Whats It

    Holy CRAP batman. Thank you so much for posting this article and video. Pretty much nothing is sacred with these evil libtards and it all leads to the same, dark, hot place…. and I’m not talking about anything between someone’s legs….LOL. It’s unreal isn’t it? If you couldn’t watch the video WATCH IT. And share it with your friends…. everyone needs to really and finally understand what we’re dealing with here so we can put the kibosh on it once and for all. Just Evil….. can’t believe the web site. “Takes years to figure out your sexual orientation….”…. bullcrap!

  • Jay

    I sent an email to my dear senator DICK Durbin a while back explaining why I didn’t want my tax money going to PP. I got a nice letter back telling me what wonderful sevices they provided to the community, Like breast cancer screening. Just like the other letter telling how wonderful a judge Kagan would be. These liberals have their heads in the sand… or somewhere.

  • Yazz55

    If its just sex, then rape is no longer a crime.

  • Infidel4Ever

    Sick doesn’t even begin to describe it. That anyone could support this evil organization is beyond me. I need a bath after watching that swill.

  • IndyRon

    Perfect reasoning why Obama’s mother should have used BC or had an abortion.

    See, there are reasons for abortion.

  • marineh2ominer

    Who is this filthy slut Jessica Faeman ?

    • kenroar

      Her Facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/jazzyjess
      Obviously she really doesn’t have a copyright claim and is being a typical liberal and trying to stifle free speech.

  • kenroar

    The video has been removed because Jessica Faerman, a Democratic delegate has made a copyright claim to the video. Obviously she has no copyright claim and is simply trying to sweep this under the cover. Her Facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/jazzyjess in case you want to thank her for removing all the videos.